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Delta Zulu
Дельта Зулу (2012)
Movie
  • Director:
    Chris Hickey
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Adam Hlavac,George Katt
  • Cast:
    George Katt,Chris Rymer,Stephen Brou
  • Budget:
    $500,000
  • Year:
    2012
Humanity has survived what seemed to be the apocalypse, but a threat still remains. Delta Zulu follows Clark, a freelance reporter who will be amongst the few civilians ever allowed into a Red Zone, a lawless quarantined area that still breathes war. Clark has been embedded with a team of mercenary contractors from White Shield International, one of the thousands of Private Military Companies that travel into The Zone on a daily basis to fulfill contracts for the government, large corporations, and private individuals. Clark attempts to find a story amongst a group of forgotten soldiers in a forgotten war and gets more than he bargains for.
Casts
Cast overview, first billed only:
George Katt George Katt - Clark Macy
Chris Rymer Chris Rymer - Logan
Stephen Brou Stephen Brou - Dwayne Tanner
Paul Champy Paul Champy - Danny Yiu
William Armen William Armen - Sergeant Ryan
Mark Kramer Mark Kramer - Commander Ray MacClooney
Alex Todd Alex Todd - Hunter 'Hollywood' Miles
Josee Brisebois Josee Brisebois - Dr. Roslyn Bell
Zeb Ekeroth Zeb Ekeroth - David Anders
Mike Burnell Mike Burnell - John Miller
Trinity Tran Trinity Tran - Doctor Camille (as Trinity Van Williams)
Nina Kaczorowski Nina Kaczorowski - Sergeant Enyo
Brandon Bunker Brandon Bunker - Bunker
Jackson Lain Jackson Lain - Jackson
Cody Cohen Cody Cohen - Cody

Дельта Зулу (2012)

When the film first went into pre-production it was called "Dead Zone," reflecting the lack of "life" in the zones. To cover up the title of the film, the code name "Delta Zulu" was used. The title "Delta Zulu" is derived from military phonetics, D meaning Delta and Z meaning Zulu. The name stuck and was reworked and re-titled, "Delta Zulu." The varying differences of "Red Zones," "Dead Zones," and "Delta Zulus" are explained in the film.

At the request of Sam Hwang Producer/Technical Adviser, Director Adam Hlavac and Producer Chris Rymer decided to utilize all authentic gear from major Department of Defense manufacturers. Due to the Afghanistan and Iraq war, gear was delayed from manufacturer backlog. Delta Zulu utilized gear from HWI, BDS Tactical, Quantico Tactical Supply, and Night Optics, USA.

Dave Henry of Night Optics, USA worked as the optics consultant for CBS' "The Unit". Night Optics, USA was also used in Steven Spielberg's Krieg der Welten (2005). All of the same night vision optics appeared in the action sequences of "Delta Zulu".

Originally conceived as a short film, the producers and directors decided that with the amount of money already in place and with the numerous amount of resources at their disposal they would make the film feature length. Two weeks prior to principal photography, writer Chris Rymer added 20 additional pages to the script for it to be considered feature length by film festival standards.

The directors heavily encouraged improvisation throughout photography to help make it feel like a real documentary.

Although he appears in the entire film, actor George Katt was only on set for 4 days of photography.

The cast went through 1 rigorous week of boot camp to help them get in the mind set of real contractors. This included weapon manipulation, lingo and tactics training.