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Sci Fi Short 'Noon' to become full length film

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The production group behind Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Chernin Entertainment, is dipping into its discretionary fund to pick up the movie rights to Noon, a sci-fi short by Kasra Farahani. Noon is about a tidally locked Earth caused by a disaster triggered by mankind's lust for mining the planet's energy resources. For more info, check out the links below.

io9: Earth-stopping short film Noon will become a full-length feature

Hollywood Reporter: Chernin Entertainment Picking Up Hot Sci-Fi Short 'Noon' (Exclusive)0

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