10/08/2004. Contributed by Jessica Martin
Cortney Skinner is featured on this month's episode of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction.
SFF artist Cortney Skinner is featured on this month's episode of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction. Skinner talks about his artwork, as well as his work designing mutants and media tie-ins for the recent feature film The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra - a humorous homage to 1950s and '60s B-movies.
In conversation with host Mike Zipser, Skinner discusses some of the toys and collectibles he designed for the film. According to Skinner, "I wanted to add more value to the whole experience of the sixties feel."
The August episode of Fast Forward also features Colleen Cahill's review of the novel Julia and the Dream Maker. In the media segment Marianne Petrino discusses the animé feature film Tokyo Godfathers.
Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction is a monthly half-hour television series about the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. It is produced by D.G. Productions through the facilities of Arlington Independent Media (formerly Arlington Community Television), in Arlington, Virginia.
The show has been in production since 1989 and can be viewed on cable systems in Arlington and Fairfax counties in Virginia or online at www.fast-forward.tv
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