NEW! Ambitious Gargoyles Fan Film Unvealed

So I’m going to go out on a limb and say a good percentage of people that read our page probably crossed paths with Gargoyles at some point in their youth, be it in toy or video form. If you aren’t familiar with the castle-mounted crimefighters, they were the stars of a cartoon that, like ‘Batman: The Animated Series’, took a bit of a darker tone and targeted a slightly older demographic, featuring crimefighting hero’s that emerged after the sun went down to battle evil. It’s a property that feels like it isn’t being used to its full potential, especially now when we live in a time with such a focus on nostalgia. Looks like filmmaker Carlos Ferrer feels the same as he directed, edited animated and scored a fan film in hopes of getting the attentoin of Disney. Check out the press release and the fan film below for more info.

Press Release:

In the hope to entice Disney to approve his proposal to make a feature-length live-action take on their property Gargoyles, award-winning filmmaker Carlos Ferrer has shot a – very impressive – short fan film featuring the characters from the Greg Weisman created series (1994 to 1997).

Ferrer directed, edited, animated and scored the fan film, which features characters from the Walt Disney Television Animation and Buena Vista Television series. Like the original animated series – hailed as one Disney’s most ambitious animated series, targeting an older demographic – it tells of a clan of heroic night creatures who pledge to protect modern New York City as they did in Scotland long ago.

Director’s statement : “I need as many views as possible to convince producers and execs that my vision of a live action Gargoyles film will work for audiences and fans. It’s a rich story with a great message – a fantasy set in the real world and with today’s technology it could be fantastic. I grew up with this so I feel like I really know what has to be done. So it’s really about getting as much exposure as possible with the fans and others who may not know about the show.”

Ferrer is an award-winning American filmmaker with over fifteen years experience in production and storytelling.
At the age of sixteen, he directed over one hundred cast and crew members on a feature-length film that later won “Best Student Feature” at the Long Island Film Festival. Ferrer studied Film at SUNY Purchase College, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts & Film. His credits include the 2016 film Retina and short film The Popcorn Man.

– Scott

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