Millennium Movie Poster Project: Gallery Showcase Day Seven

We notch up one whole week’s worth of posters in the Millennium Movie Poster Project Gallery Showcase today with some more great entries.
This first, spookily lit composition specifically calls to mind “The Curse of Frank Black” as well as the line, “We are meant to be here” taken from Alex Ventoux’s diary musings, perhaps hinting that some of the themes and tone of Season Two are set to be revisited.

Sergiu Lupse

Up next is a particularly dark piece combining a number of familiar elements from the show to dramatic effect. “STOP LOOKING” we are warned, the Yellow House is aflame and Frank is in turmoil, with an indication that the polaroids are set to make a return too.

Susanne Lehnert

This third entry posits a very specific plot for the movie, introduced with a pertinent biblical quote: a fan favourite storyline that the Millennium Group are targeting Jordan Black as a candidate. Given their history with Frank Black, we can only guess at the personal dramas to unfold here.

Justin Woodwell

And finally, this bleakly apocalyptic piece also sees the return of some familiar favourites: Emma Hollis, Peter Watts and Jordan all feature in the headline cast alongside Frank Black himself as a creative team headed by Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz and Thomas J. Wright look set to take us to a quite literal end of the world scenario.
Terri Wilson
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8 thoughts on “Millennium Movie Poster Project: Gallery Showcase Day Seven

  1. All these posters are stunning. Brilliant. Simply fabulous! You are all such creative people! There should be a way you can get them all into some sort of mini-postcard book—I'd buy one!

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  2. All these posters are stunning. Brilliant. Simply fabulous! You are all such creative people! There should be a way you can get them all into some sort of mini-postcard book—I’d buy one!

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  3. @stevkatz There certainly are some great images here and some very talented artists who took part.Interesting idea on the postcard book. We'll have a think about how we might be able to do something like this…

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