PRESS RELEASE: Indie Science Fiction Cinema Today — Conversations with 21st Century Filmmakers by Kathleen Fernandez-Vander Kaay and Chris Vander Kaay

Greetings from the Ether,

Have a fascination with indie cinema? Enjoyed films like Ex Machina or Primer?

Our every own Chris Vander Kaay and Kathleen Fernandez-Vander Kaay have released a new nonfiction tome, delving into indie science fiction and its place in cinema today.

Indie Science Fiction Cinema Today: Conversations with 21st Century Filmmakers, is available now on Amazon.

Much of 20th century science fiction foretold technological and social developments beyond the year 2000. Since then, a key theme has been: what happens when the future no one anticipated arrives faster than anyone expected? Focusing on 21st century independent science fiction films, the author describes a seismic shift in subject matter as society moves into a new technological age. Independent films since the millennium are more daring, incisive and even plausible in their depiction of possible futures than blockbuster films of the same period. Twenty-one chapters break down today’s subgenres, featuring interviews with the filmmakers who created them.

Kathleen Fernandez-Vander Kaay co-wrote the script for the award-winning short film Freund, based on the life of cinematographer and director Karl Freund and was a contributing writer for the Deseret News.

Chris Vander Kaay is an author and screenwriter. His most recent film, The Redemption of Henry Myers, premiered on the Hallmark Movie Channel. He has written articles for Bloody Good Horror and Creative Screenwriting Magazine.


Make sure to pick up a copy of this astounding work, and let us know your thoughts on the book. You can order it directly from the publisher by printing out the above document, or by downloading it here.


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