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Help us complete this beautiful and haunting portrait of life after land. The suspense, mystery, and struggle unfolds in FATHOMS!
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Posted by Mografi (Creator)

After many years of blood sweat and tears, Fathoms is live and online!

I'm so humbled and excited ( and nervous ) to share this very personal work with you.

I can't thank you all enough for your continued patience and support! Without your kindnesses Fathoms would not be possible.

Please please please! Spread the film, via the share button on vimeo, or by copy/pasting the link into facebook, twitter, etc! I want to get Fathoms out to the world!

PS - I can now start sending out the digital rewards with the physical ones to follow in the mail in the coming weeks.

So much love,


Lachlan Church, Wyatt Camp, and 4 more people like this update.


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    1. Josh Rosenbaum

      if this is any indicator of your potential, holy cow do you have a great future ahead of you. Nice job and well done!

    2. Mografi 2-time creator on

      Thanks guys! I made Fathoms the best I could with the tools and experience that I had. I learned a ton from the process and will try to tell an even more enriching and engaging story in the next project.

    3. Elaine Morgan on

      Congratulations on the release!
      Watched the film now, love the story, and the cell shading.
      One little thing for me was that some of the cuts to black, especially during the beginning, were a bit too abrupt, and threw me out of the story. Maybe if they'd faded, or kept the music a bit longer?

      Happy to have been a small part of your journey, and I wish you all the best with further projects!
      Will we see more of this post-apocalyptic world? Maybe how they ended up on the ship?

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      Lachlan Church on

      Congratulations Joe! I've finally watched it, and I have to say, it's excellent. The visuals alone are absolutely stunning. You HAVE to make some of those scenes into wallpapers.

      The story even left me a little teary, and that's a big deal for me.

      This is an excellent starting point and I hope to see more of your work in the future, a future I believe is very bright for you.

      Congratulations again,