Watch Australian Short Film Makers Perfectly Take On Far Cry 5
Adelaide based short film makers, Fury Fingers, have adapted Far Cry 5 into a short film. And we dig it.
Adelaide short film makers, Fury Fingers, have made another fan film for new Ubisoft game, Far Cry 5.
Baptism of Fire is a 15 minute live action short film packed with car chases, guns, grenades and a red barrel.
The film follows characters Grace, Boomer (their cattle dog) and Nick Rye as they try to corner and eliminate Joseph Seed (a kind of religious extremist) and his people who have taken over Hope County and aim to “cleanse” the locals by carving their sins on their body, baptising and indoctrinating them into their cult. Grace, Boomer and Nick Rye try to stop Joseph Seed and gain back Hope County.
Fury Fingers specialise in creating short films about video games, focusing on action and comedy, and describe their films as “action-heavy with fight choreography and visual effects.”
Despite paying very close attention to the Far Cry 5 video game, there are some Australian quirks to the film, included the Blue Heeler Cattle Dog as Boomer (an attack dog). You can also catch glimpses of the dry Australian landscape, even though Fury Fingers have added snow covered mountains into the background.
The group, who started working together as a weekend project, now have over 31,000 subscribers on YouTube, and say that their aim is “to create funny content that looks and feels bad-ass.” After quickly gaining traction, they have been approached by four video game production companies who have partially funded their work.
Fury Fingers’ other short films based on video games include Tomb Raider, Ghost Recon, Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto. Their short film Boom Raider, based on Tomb Raider, has garnered 1.3 million views on YouTube.
The group have continued to gain momentum and show no signs of slowing down. We’re excited to see what comes next.
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