“Sometimes the most dangerous journey is to the centre of your own mind…..” Ravi Ajit Chopra‘s upcoming British sci-fi short Cognition, has released it’s Official Trailer ahead of it’s release next month,
The film stars Andrew Scott (1917, Fleabag, Spectre) and Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, Treadstone, The Railway Man).
Cognition is a 27 minute film son confronting his past trauma. Journeying through the symbolic landscape of the subconscious mind, in the shape of a father son relationship.
Filmed on location at the iconic Battersea Power Station, it was the last film to be shot at the Grade II* listed building during the huge redevelopment. Filming was made possible with support from various BBC departments and use of their BBC News helicopter for amazing aerial shots, including a stunning orchestral score from the BBC’s 55 Piece Concert Orchestra, recorded at Air Studios in London.
Check out the Trailer below after that check the Behind The scenes Featurette below too. A chance to look at how the film was made, the inspiration behind the film including Talash Video Centre, Ravi’s family business. We wish Ravi all the best in his filmmaking career…
COGNITION is a short dystopian sci-fi drama / thriller about a son confronting his past trauma. Journeying through the symbolic landscape of the subconscious mind, the story follows an unbreakable bond between father and son…. A bond that transcends SPACE AND TIME…..
The film also stars Lucy Russell, Wolf Kahler, Milo Panni, and Georgia Sandle.
Cognition will premiere at Archlight Cinema at the Battersea Power Station on 9th October 2020 and will have the rare privilege for a short to have a cinema release for two weeks. After that it will also be available On Demand on 30th October 2020 via Apple iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.