Video Games: Fanmade FALLOUT: LANIUS Live-Action Short Racks Up Half Million Views



ENCRYPTION FILMS and DRACOGEN INC. are proud to announce that ‘FALLOUT: LANIUS’ has surpassed 500,000 views on YouTube.

The film was released on YouTube in August and succeeded in picking up 100,000 views in less than 24 hours. From there, the film has had consistent success across the web being covered by major news outlets globally.

Director Wade K. Savage commented, “We are ecstatic with the numbers. Without any commercial promotion by a major YouTube network, Fallout: Lanius has achieved incredible viewership. Our fans have stayed with us from the beginning and it shows”.

Producer Stuart Mackenzie also added: “The support from our fans has been truly astounding and without their passion for our film and all things fallout, we could never have reached this milestone. And it’s not over yet!”

“ This has been a labour of love from the beginning,” said Executive Producer Steven Dengler “It’s made by fans for fans, and the fans have embraced it”.

As well as having a new “micro-short” on the horizon, the team is currently developing an as yet unannounced new series. “We think our fans will be very excited,” continued Savage “We have some interest from some major studios to make it a reality and we are currently shopping it around. It won’t be long until we lock something in”.

Now dig on the live-action short film…

FALLOUT: LANIUS” was funded via a crowdfunding campaign in late 2012.



ENCRYPTION FILMS is an independent film production company headed by Director Wade K. Savage. The company’s sole ambition is to create entertaining films, that combine story, style and substance.

Founded by Steven Dengler, Dracogen™ is committed to helping fun and awesome things happen, backing tech companies, gaming, new media, and other creative projects.



The Above Was Sourced From The Press Release…

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