This looks like one of those fake trailers they put at the beginning of a movie, where mid-scene you hear a ringing sound, the scene stops, and the main character grumpily informs the audience to turn their phones off.
That's a shame. They've been trying to release the film for about 6 years, and apparently without any kind of payoff. I was hoping this would do okay, but I think it lacked serious marketing. I guess in the time it took to get a release, the technology got better and better, so it does look a bit dated, but being a 3d artist, I can see the incredible amount of effort and hard work that went into this. I feel for them.
I hope it doesn't hinder the independent 3d studios, but I guess it's hard to compete with Dreamworks and Pixar, and a saturated market that caters to kids.
I want to see more independent 3d stuff like Renaissance, you know, more adult-oriented.