In 2009, director William Wall's visions began coming to life under his first production company MetroCity Films.  Initial projects The Wheeler of Oz and Android 413 won titles such as "Best Fan Film" and "Official Selection" at Phoenix Comicon and San Diego Comic-Con International, as well as a finalist in the Stella Artois 2010 film contest. 


In 2011, the feature film The Immortal Edward Lumley told a story about a man who, for reasons unknown by him, cannot die.  The film ultimately won "Best Feature", "Best Fantasy" and "Best of Festival" at Phoenix Comicon and the San Diego Film Awards and "Best On-The-Edge Film" at the Louisville International Film Festival.  In addition, the crew was awarded with "Best Director", "Best Score Composition", "Best Sound Design" and "Best Costumes & Make-up" from the San Diego Film Awards.


In 2013, the short film Zero was created about a little android from a distant planet returning to Earth after 70 years. Zero went on the collect an array of festival awards and official selections from the Los Angeles Fear & Fantasy Film Festival, San Diego Film Awards, San Diego Comic-Con International, Phoenix Comicon and Sci-Fi London Film Festival.  Now, with a feature film and a short film in the works, Halo Cinematic is continuing to deliver award-winning films with a flair for the extraordinary.



William Wall

Kimberly Wall

Halo Cinematic

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