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“Expect Surprises:” New Episodes of SNT Debut This Month on TFN

Behind the scenes on the set of Shiny New Things on The Fantasy Network

Fans of Shiny New Things have good news coming… The latest episodes in season one are here, and they’re available on The Fantasy Network. If you haven’t heard of Shiny New Things yet, you’re in for a treat. Set in the near future, where a new government order has divided society, where poorer people find macabre work portraying the dead ...

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Cowboy Bebop Hits Netflix November 19

Anime fans, it’s time to get excited! The legendary fan fave, Cowboy Bebop, hits Netflix November 19 as a live-action series. And from the looks of the trailer, it’s going to be epic. For those who might not know (yet), Cowboy Bebop is an action-packed space Western about three bounty hunters, aka “cowboys,” all trying to outrun the past. As different ...

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Berlin SF FilmFest 2021 Begins November 5

Now in its fifth year, the Berlin SF FilmFest is back with great indie sci-fi this weekend for film lovers around the world. The first genre-specific SF film festival in Germany, their mission is to provide a platform for independent sci-fi filmmakers to present their work on the big screen and to a live audience in one of the most ...

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REVIEW: Dune by Denis Villeneuve

Dune with Timothee Chalamet IMAX premiere scheduled - learn more on The Fantasy Network News

Whoever controls the spice controls the universe… If you’re a fan of DUNE by Frank Herbert, you already know the drill. Young kid with psychic powers flees into exile, only to rise to power by manipulating the spiritual legends of the natives of the planet he’s exiled on. It’s the hero’s journey, twisted by religious dogma, political brouhahas, lots of ...

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Limitless Possibilities: The SFF Stories of Emily Inkpen

The Dex Legacy podcast - interview with author Emily Inkpen

Sci-fi author, scriptwriter, poet and general word nerd, Emily Inkpen is obsessed with putting all the right words in the right order in every story she inks. In her most recently penned tales from planet SP714, the setting for The Dex Legacy series, the forthcoming sci-fi audio podcast, she explores the limitless possibilities of fantasy and sci-fi story crafting. TFN: ...

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SYNAPSE: A Memory-Bending Indie Sci-Fi Film

Synapse by Kenlon Clark - review on The Fantasy Network News

When filmmaker Kenlon Clark isn’t busy directing episodes of the Netflix Original Series The Guardians of Justice (Will Save You), he’s making time for personal projects like his recently released neo-noir sci-fi crime caper, SYNAPSE. Set 10-20 years in the future, SYNAPSE follows the path of a man with tech-induced memory gaps, trying to figure out who he is and ...

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GIVE ME AWAY Podcast Reaches Thrilling Conclusion

A screaming spaceship and a world of radical hospitality… What could go wrong? That’s the premise for the superb new science fiction audio drama, Give Me Away, by Gideon Media. With snappy, brainy writing by Mac Rogers (The Message) and directed by Jordana Williams (The Honeycomb Trilogy), Give Me Away is chock-full of what makes sci-fi so well loved—mysterious aliens, troubled people, conspiracies, advanced ...

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New Audio Drama “Rogue Tyger”—Now on TFN

Rogue Tyger audio drama on The Fantasy Network

Five thousand years into the future — in a corner of the galaxy where Earth is no longer known — humans and a dozen other sentient races have forged a civilization. Spacers brave the oceans of void between hundreds of worlds for power, glory, and simply to survive. This is the tale of one band of spacers and their ship: the ...

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The Earth Moves: A Podcast Review

The Earth Moves podcast review

This review was originally shared by our partners at Recursor.TV. Long-time listener Leo Short finally has the undivided attention of his favorite shock jock Brent Ziff. “This is gonna sound funny,” Leo cautions, but it really isn’t. Doubled over with pain in a Casper, WY, bathroom, he foretells events as catastrophic as they are implausible. Brent humors the poor chump for ...

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The Strange Case of Starship Iris

Fan art for The Strange Case of Starship Iris - an interview on The Fantasy Network News

Reprinted with permission from our partners at Recursor.TV Our ongoing series covering sci-fi and fantasy audio dramas continues today with The Strange Case of Starship Iris by Jessica Best. The podcast airs via the Procyon Podcast Network, which was created in the fall of 2016 when a group of audio drama enthusiasts came together on social media to discuss the ...

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