ANDERSON ENTERTAINMENT Announce New Project

Written by Martin Unsworth Monday, 22 September 2014

TV News

It's been revealed that on Tuesday September 30th ANDERSON ENTERTAINMENT will be launching a Kickstarter campaign for a new series entitled GERRY ANDERSON'S FIRESTORM.

It's to be filmed in ULTRAMARIONATION - using brand new puppets, beautifully detailed miniatures, and practical effects. Big names from previous Gerry Anderson productions will be returning to lend their expertise to the visual effects, voice artistry, and direction of FIRESTORM.

The initial goal of the Kickstarter project is to raise £49,000 to produce a 5-8 minute 'minisode' to help show off the series to potential investors and distributors, in order to get a full-blown TV series made. There will also be stretch goals within this campaign to produce a full-length pilot episode.

ANDERSON ENTERTAINMENT is run by the estate of the late, great Gerry Anderson, who sadly passed away in 2012.  His son, Jamie Anderson has taken charge of the operation with the intention of keeping the great man's name and legacy fresh within people's minds. These new projects, as well the upcoming documentary FILMED IN  SUPERMARIONATION will go a long way to ensure that will be the case.

We will bring you more details, as well as the link to the Kickstarter campaign next week. For more information on the project, head over to the ANDERSON website.

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