Interviews & Profiles
- 90.5 interviews George Takei, host the PNC Pops “Sci-Fi Spectacular.”
- Bullspec interviews Garth Stein, author of A Sudden Light.
- Bustle interviews Margaret Atwood, author of Stone Mattress: Nine Tales.
- Tor.com interviews Jack McDevitt, author of Coming Home.
Events & Event News
- Actor Richard Hatch (Capt. Apollo in the original series and Tom Zarek in the remake) appears at The Comic Bug in Culver City, CA on Wednesday, December 3rd from 5:00-8:00 PM to celebrate the release of the new Battlestar Galactica comic DEATH OF APOLLO! RSVP on Facebook
- Bill Nye the Science Guy appears at Barnes & Noble in Paramus, NJ on Saturday November 22, 2014 at 6:00 PM to sign his new book Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation.
- Writer Marie Lu appears at Mysterious Galaxy Books in San Diego, CA to sign her new novel The Young Elites on Friday, December 3rd at 7:30 pm!
- As part of the Fantastic Fiction free reading series, Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel present Steven Gould (Exo) & Rajan Khanna (Falling Sky) Wednesday December 17th, 7pm at KGB Bar in NYC.
- Dead To The World – Feature Film – A low-to-no budget sci-fi/drama written and directed by Billy Mullaney. This is how the world ends…
- Hashtag – Short Film – A thought-provoking science fiction short film that examines a future where social media dominates every moment of our lives.
- SKETCH TALES: Play & Draw RPG Sandbox – First-person action RPG sandbox, where you can transform the game by drawing anything while playing. For PC, Mac & Linux.
- White Armour – A Star Wars Fan Film – A short film following a Stormtrooper recon unit set in the Star Wars Universe
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
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- Interview: Director Francis Lawrence on the Legacy of Philip Seymour Hoffman
- Interview: Director Francis Lawrence on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
- Interview: “Faking his performance would have been catastrophic’: Mockingjay director chose not to finish Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final scenes in Hunger Games movie with CGI
- Interview: Hunger Games director on violence, a dystopian future and the death of a giant
- Interview: Natalie Dormer says she would have shaved her entire head for her role
- News: The girl on hold … China delays release of Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 … Rebellion Plot Could Cost Movie Millions In China Market
- News: Thai Students Arrested After Reviving Hunger Games Salute to Defy Country’s Leader
- 5 Reasons Why Mockingjay – Part 1 Is The Darkest Hunger Games Movie Yet
- 7 Things Parents Should Know About The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
- 7 Ways Mockingjay Is Totally The Anti-Harry Potter: Toto, we’re not in Hogwarts anymore.
- 8 Things We Can’t Wait To See In Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
- 9 Moments In Mockingjay That Will Definitely Make You Cry
- Are Hunger Games books too violent for “young adult” readers?
- The Classical Roots of The Hunger Games: The blockbuster film franchise reaches back to the myth of Theseus, ancient Greece and Rome, and the very foundations of Western culture
- From book to film: Hunger Games delves further into dystopian world.
- How does The Hunger Games compare to other classic stories of children fighting children?
- How Katniss, Hunger Games give meat to college classes
- How The Hunger Games prepares kids to deal with terrorism, according to Deseret News.
- Hunger Games audiobook bundle aims to help feed the hungry
- The Hunger Games’s bombed-out dystopia is all too familiar: it could be Syria, Gaza or Iraq.
- Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 inspires movie theaters to pull out all the stops
- Odd futures: More dystopian movies to check out after watching The Hunger Games
- The Topics Dystopian Films Won’t Touch: Films like The Hunger Games imagine society’s present problems getting worse—except for sexism and racism, which magically disappear in the future.
- Stream Lorde’s Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Soundtrack
- The True Gift of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
- Why are China and Thailand scared of the Hunger Games?
- Why does the Hunger Games have Thailand on edge?
- Why is The Hunger Games such a phenomenon?
- Why I love Mockingjay (no matter what the Internet haters say)
- Why is dystopian fiction still so popular?
- Why it matters what a female action hero wears
- Why Katniss Everdeen is the female superhero for our times
- Why The Hunger Games Was Never About The Hunger Games
- Why the worst book should make the best film.
- Interview: 45-Minute Talk With Christopher Nolan, Plus The Big Twist From Spielberg’s Script
- 9 Films That Inspired Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar
- 10 Interstellar Theories That Are Totally Insane
- Confused About The Ending Of Interstellar? We Can Explain
- Finally, We Can Talk About The Surprise Cameo In Interstellar
- Interstellar Isn’t About Religion (and Also It Is Totally About Religion): Christopher Nolan is the latest filmmaker to avail himself of the spiritual setting of space.
- Interstellar Is Great But It May Have A Serious Sound Problem
- Interstellar: Is it a Religious Movie?
- Interstellar Oscar Likely? Why McConaughey, Hathaway Could Top Gravity in 2015 Oscars
- Interstellar religion? How religion shapes views of space exploration
- Is Interstellar a Visionary Masterpiece, or Just Visionary Baloney? Two Slate Critics Discuss.
- We Have The Answer To Interstellar’s Biggest Question
- What Does The Ending Of Interstellar Really Mean?
- What Interstellar Gets Right About Fiction
- What Interstellar Gets Wrong about Interstellar Travel
- What Interstellar Got Right and Wrong About Science
- Book Review: Cixin Liu’s translated The Three Body-Problem works better as anthropology
- Book Review: The Book We’re Talking About: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
- 7 Science Fiction Women Who Are So Much More Than Eye Candy
- The 8 Ball: Top 8 Dystopian Films
- 10 Dystopias That Are More Relevant Than Ever Before
- The 10 Most Influential Science Fiction Stories of the 1920s
- 21st Century Technology and Government Power Put Orwell’s “Thought Police”
- Beyond Oryx and Crake: 5 Margaret Atwood Tales Ripe for Film
- Climate change inspires ‘cli-fi’ flicks
- Have Young Adult Adaptations Jumped the Shark?
- Jurassic World Launches Viral Website With New Images and Plot Hints
- Remember that episode of The Big Bang Theory episode where Amy ruins Raiders of the Lost for Sheldon? Well, don’t click through to this Tor article if you ever want to ever enjoy The Princess Bride again. I am composing hate mail now.
- Somebody’s Watching Me: Cyberpunk 30 Years On, and the Warnings We Didn’t Heed
- Violence in teen fiction goes in the dock: Do authors of YA novels glamorize crime, or help readers to avoid it? In the wake of the murder of teacher Ann Maguire, authors answer charges.
- We Are Moving Toward Our Science-Fictional Future
- Who’s the best heroine in teen fiction today?
- Paul Weimer on Why didn’t I review your book.
- Ardi Alspach on Relationships in SFF Publishing.
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