LOS ANGELES, CA, December 28, 2018 – Cinedapt is currently in pre-production on the film “Exolatry” to showcase features of Michael Kureth’s new revolutionary cinedaptive platform.
“Exolatry” tells the story of an actress who exalts to fame as thousands of women with her name have been found murdered. The prime suspect is her idolizing ex while the name of the actress is someone very close to viewer of the film.
The name of the actress and victims in the film center around the viewer’s closest female lover, friend, or family member. In addition to her name being showcased, viewers will be engaged with other familiar content throughout the film. This new level of viewer engagement will evolve storytelling in film by introducing personalized content.
In acknowledging that every story has already been written and every movie has already been made, Cinedapt’s core focus is to revitalize the monotony of current movies dating millennia by applying its patent-pending process to film-making.
Each time a viewer watches a cinedaptive movie, a new experience will be given through machine learning and customized rendering of scene variants specific to the person watching.
In contrast to interactive movies and chose your own adventure style stories, Cinedapt mutates the film seen by learning and adapting to the viewer with an intent on invoking an emotional response and delivering originality. When was the last time a horror movie frightened an audience with nightmares or a comedy actually made them laugh?
“Exolatry” will be available exclusively on Cinedapt to active Golden Ticket holders in 2020. For more information on “Exolatry” and Cinedapt, visit NotTheSameShit.com.