Paragon Algorithm (Short Film)

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Paragon Algorithm is a 20-minute drama-horror short film written, produced, and directed by American filmmaker Serge Levin. It stars Tim Duquette, Max Lodge, and Haley Finnegan. It was released on November 3, 2012, in the United States. It was shot in New York City and it was also the first short film written, produced, and directed by Serge Levin. "Paragon Algorithm" deals with science and time travel.[1]


Andrew (Max Lodge) is a student genius in Maths and obsessed with solving the ultimate mathematical riddle known as "Paragon Algorithm", which holds the key to unlock the mechanics of Time related to time travel and quantum physics. At the same time, Andrew's discovery takes him on a journey beyond Reality.[2][3][4]


  • Tim Duquette: Professor Breen.
  • Max Lodge: Andrew.
  • Haley Finnegan: Amy.


The Internet Movie Database gives Paragon Algorithm 8.0 stars rating out of 10 stars based on 58 votes.


  1. "An Interview with Serge Levin",, May 7, 2016
  2. "Serge Levin Discusses Career, Films, and Drive, Exclusive Interview", by Stacy Cox, "Decay Mag", June 23, 2016
  3. "Six Things Everyone Should Know About Quantum Physics", by Chad Orzel, "Forbes", July 8, 2015.
  4. "Serge Levin Official"

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