One of the best things about Netflix is finding a completely hidden gem and Oats Studio certainly fits that bill. Released on Netflix worldwide on October 1, the experimental series, which originally debuted on YouTube, has found its way into Netflix. But will there be a second season or a volume 2? Let’s take a look.
As we first reported, the collection of episodes created by Oats Studios came out on Netflix on October 1st. It included long experimental films like Rakka with a runtime of 21 minutes but also short episodes like Godansk with a runtime of just minutes.
The collection of short films came from District Director Neil Bloomcamp, who set up an independent studio in 2017 and went out to distribute the film via YouTube and Steam.
Since joining Netflix it has slipped back into the top 10 list as well as in the top 10 in the UK and many countries in Europe.
Oats Studios has a Volume 2 on the way?
The project seems to have been inactive for almost 10 months.
There are a few notable exceptions to Oats Studio videos not being on Netflix that are available on YouTube that could create a second volume. Here are a few examples of Kenya being part of the Bad Presidential episode or part of Pretoria.
In the case of the actual new project at Oats Studios, nothing new happened from Gdansk in November 2017.
Neil Bloomcamp discusses some of the experimental features he would like to include in future Oats Studio projects. In an interview with DredCentral, Bloomcamp said he hoped to use “volumetric capture” for Ostedios but eventually used his film Demoni, which was released in the summer of 2021.
Demonic, Which was released by IFC Films, was produced under the Oats Studio banner and is a feature-length film. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Right now, at the moment, there are no other small Oats Studio projects scheduled for release in the future but a lot will depend on what Neil Bloomcamp does next. According to Invers, he is still working on a sci-fi thriller movie Inferno But the epidemic was severely delayed.
With Netflix Licensing Volume 1, we can see exclusive episodes for their future.
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