We’d like to thank everyone for coming to the FanFilm Awards panel at Ninja-Con 2016. And to help everyone to the Aquaman fanfilm screened this year, here is the exclusive interview of the filmmaker himself: Thomas Farr.
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Introducing: Thomas Farr – the award winner of Best Film at the FanFilm Awards 2016.
We’re all begging to know: how did you recreate the 1970s film quality in Aquaman: in the cast of Angler?
My earliest memories of a childhood is getting out of bed and running to the television to watch the original Batman series on TV. It was very campy and fun ( I actually still like the original series better than the new Batman movies). Growing up a child of the 70s, watching all the films and TV Shows of the time, they all seemed to be funny and campy with action. CGI wasn’t really around. So, I felt, let’s try and have the audience laugh with us and not at us. I guess, Batman, Buck Rogers in the 25th century, The Six Million Dollar Man and Saturday Morning cartoons like Shazam were my inspiration. I…
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