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Lost Children of Andromeda: An Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Book Series

Learn more about Lost Children of Andromeda - read the article on The Fantasy Network News

Indie creator Jason Michael Primrose grew up loving books. After secretly writing books for years, Primrose decided to self-publish the one series that stuck with him since he first envisioned it as a second-grader. That story has grown into his latest project, Lost Children of Andromeda. His first novel in the series, Zosma, came out in 2018, and the next, ...

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Catch the Australian Sci-Fi Showcase Online April 3-4

Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest presents the Australian Sci-Fi Showcase in association with Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival on Saturday to Sunday, April 3-4, 2021.

Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest presents the Australian Sci-Fi Showcase in association with Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival on Saturday to Sunday, April 3-4, 2021. Seven Australian films encompassing the vast themes and infinite possibilities of speculative cinema will represent the Oz sector as part of the inaugural Australian Sci-fi Showcase. This is an online screening series hosted by the Berlin Sci-fi Filmfest ...

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The Succubus Myth Revisited: Moon Ferguson’s Robyn Hood

Robyn Hood by Moon Ferguson - on The Fantasy Network News

A reserved young man healing from a break up is allured by a mysterious and intense woman who has only one interest — to steal his hoodie. That’s the concept behind ROBYN HOOD, Moon Ferguson’s new horror comedy series in the works. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because Ferguson is the maker of the super popular series JuJu on ...

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Sheer SFF Poetry: The Sci-Fi Haiku of Marcus Vance

Across the Vacuum a sci-fi haiku collection by Marcus Vance - interview on The Fantasy Network News

If high school was the last time you thought about poetry, you’re missing out on getting your sci-fi fix in short, potent shots — and you should think again about that. The taut, streamlined sci-fi haiku of author Marcus Vance, along with this SFF flash fiction and other short works, are worth checking out. His new haiku collection, Across the ...

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Cognition Starring Andrew Scott and Jeremy Irvine now on VOD

Andrew Scott, Jeremy Irvine, Milo Panni and Ravi Ajit Chopra on set of Cognition, article featured on The Fantasy Network News

If you haven’t seen the indie sci-fi short film COGNITION yet, now is a great time to do it—as it’s now available on demand on a number of platforms. The film’s sci-fi stylings wrap around a heartfelt story rooted in a father-son relationship, packing a great punch at the end and leaving audiences wanting to see more of this exciting ...

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Crowdfunding Latina Superheroes: Support LOQUITA by Kayden Phoenix

Loquita, a supernatural Latina superhero graphic novel - read the interview with creator Kayden Phoenix on The Fantasy Network News

There’s nothing quite like seeing a superhero character that mirrors your experience of the world. For filmmaker and storyteller Kayden Phoenix, that had led to the work she’s doing on LOQUITA, a supernatural Latina superhero graphic novel, which is finishing up its Kickstarter soon. Inspired by the kind of tale and characters Phoenix would love to see onscreen, LOQUITA tells ...

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Calling All Creators: Submit to Stareable Fest 2021

The premier annual indie TV and web series festival in the US — Stareable Fest — is currently taking submissions. If you aren’t familiar with Stareable, it’s a new and growing place for digital creative talent in the TV industry to connect and showcase their work. Stareable Fest 2021 honors the year’s best content, and provides a space for the ...

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Tips for Making Your Own Film from Sam Weston

Sam Weston, creator of The Swordswoman on The Fantasy Network

The Fantasy Network recently chatted with Sam Weston, creator of the short film The Swordswoman during the 48-Hour Film Project. He shared some excellent tips for those who want to get started making their own indie films. We want to share these ideas with the indie creators in our audience, especially those who are just starting out on their filmmaking ...

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