We here at TG2Studios are excited to announce that Chimera, written and directed by Maurice Haeems, and starring Henry Ian Cusick, Kathleen Quinlan, Karishma Ahluwalia, and Erika Ervin won the award for Best Science Fiction Feature Film at the 18thAnnual Phoenix Film Festival! Congratulations to Maurice and all those who worked for this award.
Chimera premiered at the Boston International Film Festival prior to playing at three different times at the Phoenix Film Festival, and is already scheduled for numerous upcoming film festivals around the world, with distribution to hopefully be following soon thereafter.
Joining in on the screenings were Maurice Haeems, as well as Karishma Ahluwalia and Erika Ervin for numerous Q&A opportunities.
Quint – Henry Ian Cusick
Masterson – Kathleen Quinlan
Charlie – Jenna Harrison
Jessie – Karishma Ahluwalia
Dita Gruze – Erika Ervin
Miles – Raviv Haeems
Flora – Kaavya Jayaram
Griffin – Jennifer Gjulameti
Luke – Lawrence Sampson
Young Boy – Gautum R. josse
Imagine a world without aging, injury, disease or death. Quint’s obsession with this utopian dream pushes him to the edge of his sanity.
Rather than risk losing his dying children, Quint decides to freeze them alive, thereby preserving them in a cryonic ametabolic state.
Meanwhile he feverishly researches genetic modifications that would give them the regenerative abilities of the “immortal” Turritopsis jellyfish.
Quint’s experiments require human embryonic stem cells and this sets him on a collision course with Masterson, a shadowy figure, whose bizarre motives trigger a chain of events with far-reaching consequences.
Learn More about Chimera
TG GEEKS Coverage of Chimera
TG Geeks Webcast Episode 148 – Interview with Maurice Haeems
TG Geeks Webcast Episode 157 – Interview with Erika Ervin
Chimera’s Jessie, Karishma Ahluwalia, Interview at Phoenix Film Festival
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