Negovan's debut AURORA has received numerous awards worldwide and garnered supportive social media posts from brilliant creatives including directors Guillermo del Toro and E. Elias Merhige.

 

He is currently Producing the 40th anniversary release of the most notorious film in history, Caligula (Malcolm McDowell, Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, Sir John Gielgud), editing nearly 100 hours of never-before-seen footage into a completely new version honoring Gore Vidal's original script.

Negovan currently has two films in pre-production, as well as a documentary on the making of Caligula.

Praise for Negovan's 2019 short film AURORA:

 

"Great art direction and a unique vision...as if Jodorowsky had directed an episode of The Twilight Zone." 

 

- Richard Metzger for DangerousMinds.net

(founder of The Disinformation Company, editor of numerous counterculture books.)

"An unusual, bizarre movie; a mysterious film grimoire from a very special being."

 

- Genesis P-Orridge

(legendary artist and magickal icon, founder of the band Psychic TV, the godperson of Industrial music)

"Haunting, eerie, and stylish- a hallucinatory collision of time travel, Nazi apocrypha, creatures from Beyond, and the Old West, obliterating the walls between genres to bring a fresh and sophisticated sensibility to the American Weird tradition".

 

- Grant Morrison

(graphic novel visionary: The Invisibles, The New X-Men, Batman: Arkham Asylum. Executive Producer and writer, SyFy's Happy!, NBC's Brave New World)

"Eerily fascinating and genuinely gorgeous."

 

- Gerard Way

(singer and founder of the band My Chemical Romance and creator and author of The Umbrella Academy.)

"A fascinating homage to 1950s science fiction."

 

- Neil Gaiman

(literary legend: creator of The Sandman, American Gods, Good Omens, and Coraline.)

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Aurora trailer

© 2020 Thomas Negovan. Tintype photography by Greg Martin. Aurora set tintype by Anton Orlov.