Our New York Premier was…

Atlantis and Other New York Tales had its New York Premiere at the Anthology Film Archive on Memorial Day weekend. Here’s a page from Anthology’s catalog. It was a successful event, with about 100 people attending and a long, energetic Q & A. We also showed the preliminary DVD release of Atlantis, which will contain fascinating “bonus” footage from our interview with Chip at his home

By the way, Atlantis has recently received yet another excellent review, this time from the Rain Taxi Review of Books.



John W. Campbell’s Golden Age of Science Fiction -
Finally available after a successful preview at the ICFA


This groundbreaking study of the great editor’s working life has generated remarkable enthusiasm from everyone who has seen it. Totally original in concept and execution, John W. Campbell’s Golden Age of Science Fiction reveals its subject with panoramic scope. At its first public presentation on March 22nd at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Michael Dirda (the Pulitzer Prize Winning editor of the Washington Post Book World), wrote, “At one of the most enjoyable, and wistful, sessions, Eric Solstein showed clips from his ongoing video archive/history of science fiction, The Possible Future.” Here’s a link to the full article.


The Literature of Science Fiction Film Series, DVDs Available

Our two volume DVD release of The Literature of Science Fiction Film Series", is now shipping.


Our Site

We still have half a dozen balls in the air, so please excuse us if the site seems like it will never get completely finished… at least it’s getting finished-er.

Next up, the full “Zone Critical” story, streaming samples, and staff bios… stuff that will clarify our “Zone Critical” identity and reveal our special purpose.


Also, we have recently compiled a list of all the video clips available for streaming or download in our site. It can be found here.


...and don't forget

...to check out the final episode of our two-part serial, "Metal Monsterette"!

5/29/02

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