Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni Susan Goforth Wins Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards with “Tomorrow’s Today”

Susan Goforth, magna cum laude graduate of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Wins Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA) with her song "Tomorrow's Today" “Boston Conservatory of Berklee alum Susan Goforth has won Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards for “Tomorrow’s Today” the uplifting pop theme song of Timothy Hines’ comedy. Goforth, a magna cum laude graduate of the Conservatory, wrote Tomorrow’s Today with Sandy Chila (Christina Aguilera’s “Liberation”, Britney Spears’ “Glory”, Earl St. Clair’s “Feeling Alive”) featuring Maedi (NBC Songland’s “Darkest Days”, Justin Caruso’s “Good Parts”).”

Boston Conservatory at Berklee magna cum laude graduate Susan Goforth wins Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA) with her song “Tomorrow’s Today”, the movie theme song of Timothy Hines’ new comedy. Susan Goforth wrote “Tomorrow’s Today” in collaboration with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera songwriter Sandy Chila. The song features vocals by NBC Songland’s Maedi.


Songwriters Sandy Chila and Susan Goforth Win Best Song for TOMORROW’S TODAY feat. Maedi at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA).

TOMORROW’S TODAY Official Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/embed/7tz5Q5qc1Zs

Susan Goforth graduated magna cum laude from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee with a Bachelors degree in Musical Theater and a minor in Dance, where she studied score analysis, music direction, songwriting, music theory, and keyboard sight-reading with Cathy Rand (Boston Conservatory SGA Outstanding Theater Division Faculty of the Year (2011), Vice President music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda), acting and directing with Steve McConnell (Outstanding Actor for The Judas Kiss at The Lyric Stage Company of Boston), and musical theater and song interpretation with Fran Charnas (The All Night Strut!, The All Night Strut: A Jumpin’ Jivin’ Jam!, Too Marvelous for Words: The Magic of Johnny Mercer, Sheboppin’).

Goforth formed Pendragon Pictures with Timothy Hines and Donovan Le while touring the globe in Broadway musicals such as Me and My Girl, Guys and Dolls, Follies and 42nd Street and performed in 100s of commercials, voiceovers and industrials before turning her focus full-time to storytelling via music, film and TV. TOMORROW’S TODAY is the movie theme song to Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today movie produced by School of Old Entertainment in conjunction with Pendragon Pictures. Sandy Chila served as music producer and Dominick Martini executive producer.

Academy Award Nominee Burt Young (Paulie from Sylvester Stallone's "Rocky" series) plays Luca in Timothy Hines' "Tomorrow's Today" produced by Susan Goforth.

Above: Academy Award nominee Burt Young in Timothy Hines’ Tomorrow’s Today. BoCo alumni Susan Goforth produced the film as well as wrote the award-winning theme song.
Below: International superstar Kelly Le Brock in Tomorrow’s Today. Goforth plays Ms. Le Brock’s secretary in the film.

The Boston Conservatory at Berklee is the leading contemporary performing arts conservatory in the United States. Pioneering a radical new model of conservatory performing arts education built around diversity in all its forms, Boston Conservatory at Berklee prepares artists, leaders, educators, culture creators, and impact makers of the future.

Below: Pictures courtesy Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

The Boston Conservatory at Berklee is the premiere triple-threat performing arts college in the United States. Songwriter, producer, actress Susan Goforth graduated magna cum laude from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and has just won Best Song for her feel-good pop song, "Tomorrow's Today".

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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni Susan Goforth Wins BEST SONG at the New York Cinematography Awards with "Tomorrow's Today"

Boston Conservatory at Berklee magna cum laude graduate Susan Goforth wins Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA) with her song "Tomorrow's Today", the movie theme song of Timothy Hines' new comedy. Susan Goforth wrote "Tomorrow's Today" in collaboration with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera songwriter Sandy Chila. The song features vocals by NBC Songland's Maedi.


Boston Conservatory of Berklee alumni Susan Goforth has won Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards for "Tomorrow's Today" the uplifting pop theme song of Timothy Hines' comedy. Goforth, a magna cum laude graduate of the Conservatory, wrote Tomorrow's Today with Sandy Chila (Christina Aguilera's "Liberation", Britney Spears' "Glory", Earl St. Clair's "Feeling Alive") featuring Maedi (NBC Songland's "Darkest Days", Justin Caruso's "Good Parts").

Boston Conservatory of Berklee alumni Susan Goforth movie theme song "Tomorrow's Today" has won BEST SONG at the New York Cinematography Awards. The uplifting pop theme song of Timothy Hines' new comedy has been lauded as the feel good song of the year. Goforth, a magna cum laude graduate of the Conservatory, wrote Tomorrow's Today with Sandy Chila (Christina Aguilera's "Liberation", Britney Spears' "Glory", Earl St. Clair's "Feeling Alive") featuring Maedi (NBC Songland's "Darkest Days", Justin Caruso's "Good Parts"). Tomorrow's Today plays at NYCA  on March 10, 2022.

 

Songwriters Sandy Chila and Susan Goforth Win Best Song for TOMORROW'S TODAY feat. Maedi.



TOMORROW'S TODAY Official Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/embed/7tz5Q5qc1Zs

Susan Goforth graduated magna cum laude from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee with a Bachelors degree in Musical Theater and a minor in Dance, where she studied score analysis, music direction, songwriting, music theory, and keyboard sight-reading with Cathy Rand (Boston Conservatory SGA Outstanding Theater Division Faculty of the Year (2011), Vice President music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda), acting and directing with Steve McConnell (Outstanding Actor for The Judas Kiss at The Lyric Stage Company of Boston), and musical theater and song interpretation with Fran Charnas (The All Night Strut!, The All Night Strut: A Jumpin’ Jivin’ Jam!, Too Marvelous for Words: The Magic of Johnny Mercer, Sheboppin'). 

Goforth formed Pendragon Pictures with Timothy Hines and Donovan Le while touring the globe in Broadway musicals such as Me and My Girl, Guys and Dolls, Follies and 42nd Street and performed in 100s of commercials, voiceovers and industrials before turning her focus full-time to storytelling via music, film and TV. TOMORROW'S TODAY is the movie theme song to Timothy Hines' Tomorrow's Today movie produced by School of Old Entertainment in conjunction with Pendragon Pictures. Sandy Chila served as music producer and Dominick Martini executive producer.

Above: Academy Award nominee Burt Young in Timothy Hines' Tomorrow's Today. BoCo alumni Susan Goforth produced the film as well as wrote the award-winning theme song.

Below: International superstar Kelly Le Brock in Tomorrow's Today. Goforth plays Ms. Le Brock's secretary in the film.

The Boston Conservatory at Berklee is the leading contemporary performing arts conservatory in the United States. Pioneering a radical new model of conservatory performing arts education built around diversity in all its forms, Boston Conservatory at Berklee prepares artists, leaders, educators, culture creators, and impact makers of the future. 

Below: Pictures courtesy Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

 

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Friday, January 15, 2021

Bombshell Besties Joanne and Suzan Shine a Comedic Light on Covid Dating in New Web Series "We Date So Hard"



Joanne Scorcia and Suzan Brittan on the hot new Youtube Comedy We Date So Hard.



Above: A popular episode of WE DATE SO HARD - If you can't kiss - you get nothing. Bad kissing = no 2nd date! 

Two things that mix well during Covid and dating: Joanne Scorcia and Suzan Brittan's new laugh-out-loud YouTube web series "We Date So Hard."

These single besties found a way to make great use of their Covid-free time to create what they call a, “Public Service,” for all who are brave enough to date in today’s climate. While they kibitz on their couch about dating dilemmas, disasters, and do’s & don’ts, they’re drinking their favorite tequila-- 

--or whatever liquor sponsor wants to sign on! 

We Date So Hard - Hot new comedy advice series on Youtube. 

“I keep seeing the same mistakes men and women are making while they date on these apps. It’s like, how many pictures can you post with dead animals, bad teeth, and man-buns?” professional writer and musician Suzan Brittan said, after asking her how successful the dating apps had been. 

Actress and comedian Joanne Scorcia, star of the upcoming comedy movie Tomorrow's Today, had something to add about her Bumble experiences, “I feel like when I show up on my date, he’s 20 years older and 20 pounds heavier than his pics. It’s false advertising, there should be a Bumble jail or at least a penalty fee for lying. And what’s with posting pictures in your mask – dude, we all know it’s Covid.”

  Above: Suzan Brittan and Joanne Scorcia on the hot new YouTube Comedy We Date So Hard

Joanne and Suzan couldn’t feel more at home in front of the camera, especially since they shoot their 4 to 7-minute    episodes from the comfort of their townhouse. They have similar backgrounds - both are from New York then moved to Los Angeles to pursue careers in entertainment, they are both adopted and are Virgos. Eight years ago, they met at a birthday party and have been best friends since. The most admirable thing about these two is their talent to not only make people laugh, but also, their ability to laugh at themselves.

Above: Suzan Brittan and Joanne Scorcia on the hot new Youtube Comedy We Date So Hard

Their love of comedy, acting, writing, producing, and dating experience combined - make the perfect recipe for their series. We Date So Hard gives its audience a candid, raw, look into dating, mainly from using online, virtual platforms, like Bumble and Hinge. Warning, when I said raw, I mean mature audiences only, and not for kids. Some of their topics include: manscaping, kissing, how to treat a lady on a date, manners, hygiene, sexcapades, and rules that all should follow to date successfully (according to them). The duo states that they offer their experienced opinions, and by no means are they licensed to clinically or psychologically help anyone, including themselves. But if you want the knowledge of ‘real deal daters’ with a hilarious twist, they got it. Afterall, they date so hard, so you don’t have to.

 



WE DATE SO HARD INTRO: Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/4jpYwqS9uGI

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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Susan Goforth Formidable Villain in Chrome: The Series New on Amazon Prime Video with 150 Million Viewers

Susan Goforth Formidable Villain in Chrome The Series New on Prime with 150 Million Viewers

"Above: Susan Goforth as EL the Reclaimer in Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime Video, Vimeo and Apple TV+."
Susan Goforth stars as the villainess EL The Reclaimer alongside Katie Erin Tomlinson (Chrome) and Natasha Coppola-Shalom (repairbot Perdix) in Chrome: The Series, a production over 10 years in the making that is a giant homage to classic era serialized cliffhangers and classic science fiction. Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime with an audience of 150 million viewers debuts on Prime May 30th and is featured New on Amazon Prime June 2020.

Above: Susan Goforth is prepared for her role as EL the Reclaimer in Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime and Apple TV+.

In Chrome: The Series Susan Goforth brings it in every way as EL the Reclaimer, equally controlling her slavebot Sky and wielding killer rifle buzzer weapons. She is formidable.
“EL is a badass woman who is simply unapologetic for her work of taking out runaway robots with a fierce vengeance,” enthuses Goforth, “It’s not often a woman gets to play such a villainess, a role as super-villain instead of arm candy for the hero. EL runs her own world and she answers to nobody. I love that she is the only person who stands up to the evil Colonel Zet. She’s so fun to play. She is extreme is all the right ways and, when on the hunt, she belly laughs on nitroglycerin.”


Above: Susan Goforth as EL the Reclaimer in Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime and Apple TV+. Conceptual art by Bryan Randall.

In Chrome’s world the paramilitary branch of the world government corporation GeSomnus is known as the Iron Guards. They are the designated "Robot Control." It is their job to keep the peace, make sure that robots remain at their stations, and if the robots should break free and run away, hunt them down and "Reclaim" them. The most notorious Iron Guard is the dread Colonel Zet, played with frightening precision by Anthony Piana.

The Iron Guards are shadowed by a civilian branch of Reclaimers who are rewarded handsomely to succeed when the Iron Guards fail. The most successful  Reclaimer, is EL, played by Susan Goforth, (War of the Worlds The True Story, 10 Days in a Madhouse). 

The Reclaimer EL in Chrome: The Series is not your typical villain of pure evil. EL the Reclaimer is on a crusade to end all robots, especially escaped robots in hiding, for as we learn through the progression of the series, EL’s family was killed by robots, making her an orphan. Her personal glee in ending robots is awakened when she has the chance to bring down Chrome, the most legendary of all renegade robots.


Above: Susan Goforth as EL the Reclaimer in Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime, Vimeo and Apple TV+.


The live action of Chrome was filmed in a massive brewery that had been closed a decade earlier. The facility was over a city block long with several huge outbuildings and warehouses that became soundstage spaces for constructed sets.

“The brewery was in part serendipity that it was only two blocks away from the converted school studio,” specifies Susan Goforth, “and it was owned by an eccentric millionaire who lived in the facility and reminded me of a sweet version of Professor Farnsworth from Futurama. He struck us a great deal and we had 100% free run to reconfigure the space, cannibalize the machinery and refrigeration structure of the brewing industry to our needs. We were able to construct massive sets and locations in giant over-scaled warehouses which were perfectly suited to become full scale sound stages that matched or exceeded anything you might find on the Warner Bros. or Sony Lots.”

Director Timothy Hines elaborates, “We also had access to a vast network of industrial rooftops with a city backdrop in every direction. It was perfect for the dystopian vision of Chrome.”

The production started a mere couple of weeks after the tragic September 11th World Trade Center attacks when no other production was moving forward in America. While the country was grieving and lost, trying to regroup, Hines and Goforth suddenly formed a band of out of work industry professionals and extremely talented up-and-comers ranging from effects experts, stunt players, costumers, set designers and builders and effects makeup artists as well as a film crew with solid production experience. This was the true beginning of their company Pendragon Pictures which survives to this day 21 years later.


Photo: Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime with an audience of 150 million viewers and Apple TV+.

With the principal partners Timothy Hines, Susan Goforth and Donovan Le, Pendragon Pictures has gone on to create War Of The Worlds The True Story and 10 Days in a Madhouse, both of which had US theatrical releases, competed in two Oscar competitions and won numbers of awards with fan and critical praise.

The live action shoot of Chrome lasted 20 weeks. But that was only the beginning. Chrome has been in production so long that director Hines recently received a message from Ashley Green who costarred in the Twilight movies alongside Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson who is the new Batman. She informed Hines that she had been on his set with her brother as a child in human relocation camp scenes and reminisced on how far the world had come since then. Early test footage featured Rose McGowan’s sister Eva McGowan as both the character Chrome and the villain El, The Reclaimer.


Photo: Behind the scenes on Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime.

Over the years literally 1000s of technicians and effects experts have contributed to the production with houses ranging from Foundation Imaging which was the original FX house for Star Trek The Next Generation to Paul Allen’s Vulcan.


Director Timothy Hines on location.

“Susan is a phenomenal and versatile actor,” waxes director Timothy Hines, “In War of the Worlds the True Story, Ms. Goforth played the female main character of the Bertie Well’s wife, who had the common sense to save herself and her cousins when the Martians are on the march invading the town she was left in. She is flawless.”


Above: 10 Days in a Madhouse, NBC Universal Home Entertainment.

In 10 Days in a Madhouse, Susan took on the role of the manager and house mistress of the poor woman’s workhouse, where Nellie Bly chose to famously feign insanity. Bly leveraged her fake insanity to get herself committed to Blackwell’s Island Lunatic Asylum for Woman in order to expose mistreatment and corruption. Ms. Goforth’s performance is hardened but sensitive as she is the historical person who marches Nellie to the police station and then the courthouse where Bly is committed into the Madhouse.


Above: Susan Goforth plays historical character Mrs. Stanard taking Nellie Bly to the madhouse in 10 Days in a Madhouse, NBC Universal Home Entertainment.

Below: Christopher Lambert in 10 Days in a Madhouse directed by Timothy Hines and produced by Susan Goforth:

“Susan is an organized and sharp producer who never misses a detail,” say longtime Pendragon producer Donovan Le, “She is an artist and a performer who can do anything, sing, dance and act as well as budget and schedule a movie.”


Producer Dominick Martini adds, “She’s one of the few in the industry who can switch hats from structural producer to star actress without missing a beat. And she’s an amazing songwriter as well. Her song Tomorrow’s Today that she wrote and produced for Charlie Boy, the Timothy Hines directed film I produced with performers like Burt Young and Kelly Le Brock, the song is an instant classic. It’s a song that you want to play over and over again.”


Above: Supermodel movie star Kelly Le Brock in Timothy Hines' Charlie Boy produced by Susan Goforth.


Above: Academy Award nominee Burt Young in Timothy Hines' Charlie Boy produced by Dominick Martini, Greg Kritikos and Susan Goforth.

Indeed Susan Goforth is the fabled hyphen talent, a producer, actress, singer, songwriter, the world's best knows her for her work in War Of The Worlds The True Story that sold 7 million DVDs at Walmart alone.


Photo: War of the Worlds The True Story - Pendragon Pictures.

Photo: Susan Goforth in War Of The Worlds The True Story on Amazon Prime.

And her 10 Days In A Madhouse, distributed by Universal Home Entertainment, played opening day of Geena Davis’ inaugural Film Festival, the Cannes Film Festival, played 19 weeks in AMC Theaters and was listed as one of Variety’s top trending movies.

Susan Goforth is a magna cum laude graduate of The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, has toured extensively in Broadway musicals and shows, including Guys and Dolls, Me and My Girl, Singin' in the Rain, A Chorus Line and Follies. As a teen starting out Ms. Goforth could be seen in hundreds of commercials and industrials, and as a featured extra and background actor in some of the most popular shows of the time.


Photo: Susan Goforth.

She’s is a true multi-talented threat, who has shared her skills as a VFX expert on a long stream of motion pictures. Goforth produced and cast the upcoming comedy Charlie Boy and wrote the movie’s theme song Tomorrow’s Today (Theme Song from “Charlie Boy”), sung my Maedi from TV's popular NBC Songland, a song that guarantees to put a smile on your face and a hug in your heart every time you hear it. Tomorrow's Today is available at all major music outlets.


Photo: Director Timothy Hines and Producer/Actress Susan Goforth forged their partnership at a young age forging Pendragon Pictures with Donovan Le.

In 1999, she and her colleague Timothy Hines formed Pendragon Pictures, then based in Seattle, Washington. Goforth and Hines moved their operations to Los Angeles more than a half decade ago when completing their award winning theatrical film 10 Days in a Madhouse that competed in the Academy Awards.

Goforth also has extensive experience in marketing and advertising have stewarded many theatrical, television and streaming releases.


Above: Director Timothy Hines and producer Susan Goforth on the miniatures sets of Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime with 150 million viewers.

She worked tirelessly alongside director Timothy Hines on several movies and spent years bringing Chrome: The Series to the screen.


Photo: Susan Goforth.

Her film, the long awaited Chrome: The Series is streaming on Amazon Prime and Amazon Prime UK. Prime’s audience of 150 million viewers get the opportunity to screen the pilot episode for free with Prime. Non Prime viewers can also watch the epic hyper action pilot with Amazon Pay Per View.


Photo: Chrome: The Series on Amazon Prime with an audience of 150 million viewers and on Vimeo and AppleTV+.

Chrome: The Series is an escapist fantasy of a female robot slave who defies her cruel masters and meets up with a clever repairbot to wrench the human race out of darkness.

Read more at: http://www.pendragonpictures.com/crmmain.html


Friday, May 22, 2020

Natasha Coppola-Shalom Shares on her Coppola Family Dynasty and performance in Chrome: The Series

Rare podcast with Francis Ford Coppola's grandniece Natasha Coppola-Shalom as she talks with the KF Podcast about Chrome: The Series, her Hollywood family, working with Timothy Hines and making it on her own.



Click above picture to Ken, Justin, Broc and Don at The KF Podcast interview Natasha Coppola-Shalom for an amazing good time!

Natasha Coppola-Shalom chats with The KF Podcast about Chrome: The Series,
Timothy Hines and her famous family.




"It's a producer’s dream to find an actress 
with such adept qualities as Natasha.”  



Chrome: The Series Official Poster


Natasha Coppola-Shalom is Nicolas Cage's niece. Her father Marc Coppola is an actor and popular DJ working for KGB-FM in San Diego, California and WAXQ and WLTW in New York City and featured on iHeart radio. She is the grandniece of Francis Ford Coppola and Sophia Coppola's cousin. She is a classically trained actress with great training, amazing focus and a winning attitude.


Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Francis Ford Coppola's grandniece, forges her own stardom with great talent and training.

Natasha brings a multi-faceted performance in co-starring role as the repair robot, Perdix, in Timothy Hines' Chrome The Series. Chrome: the Series is coming to Amazon Prime Video and a host of major platforms on May 30, 2020!

Chrome is an escapist hyper action fantasy adventure story about a robot slave who defies her masters to right the injustices of the world.


Chrome looks down on Central City in the comic book hyper-action fantasy miniseries Chrome: The Series

Natasha attended New York City's famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and received her Bachelor of Arts with honors in Acting from London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


Susan Goforth is an amazing actress and storyteller! I love Susan Goforth!
Susan Goforth plays EL the Reclaimer, a reckless civilian robot hunter in Chrome: The Series


For more Watch the video above and be sure to Watch Chrome: The Series May 30th on Amazon Prime Video!



Aries Leader of the Robot Underground and romantic partner of Cricket the Robot Queen in Chrome: The Series

There was one robot who would change the face of humanity forever...they called her...CHROME.


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Saturday, May 9, 2020

Natasha Coppola-Shalom Niece of Nicolas Cage Completes Cast Of Chrome: The Series Streaming May 30 Amazon Prime

Natasha Coppola-Shalom Niece of Nicolas Cage Completes Cast Of "Chrome: The Series" a New Miniseries Premiere Streaming May 30th on Amazon Prime


Natasha Coppola-Shalom recording the voice of Repairbot Perdix for Chrome: The Series. The Pilot Episode of the Chrome miniseries begins streaming May 30, 2020!


Natasha Coppola-Shalom co-stars in an escapist fantasy adventure as a repairbot named Perdix who joins forces with a female robot slave, Chrome, to defy her cruel masters to right injustices of the world.

Natasha Coppola-Shalom, daughter of Mark Coppola, grandniece of Francis Ford Coppola and neice of Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage, brings a multi-faceted performance in co-starring role as the repair robot, Perdix, in Timothy Hines’ Chrome The Series. Chrome the Series is coming to Amazon Prime and a host of major platforms on May 30, 2020! Chrome is an escapist hyper action fantasy adventure story of a robot slave who defies her masters to right the injustices of the world.


Pictured L to R: Weston Cage, Danelle Cage, Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Alice Kim, Nicolas Cage

Natasha appears in the Sony film What Happened Last Night and Timothy Hines’ Charlie Boy. She was selected to be a part of the the 69th Cannes International Film Festival.

READ MORE HERE at Digital Journal http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/4668528?noredir=1

Chrome The Series begins streaming My 30, 2020!



Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/SplFH2Ek6k8

Facebook: @CHROMEtheseries

Twitter: @ChromeSeries

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chromeseries

Website: http://www.pendragonpictures.com/CrmMain.html

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Sunday, May 3, 2020

Hyper Action Female Superhero Series CHROME Streaming May 30

For Immediate Release: (Los Angeles)
The origins of science fiction and fantasy adventure movies have both humble and lofty lineage. Doubly so for female-led fantasy adventure films. Out of this chaotic cauldron of hyper imagination comes a new mini series, Chrome: the Series, from producer Susan Goforth and director Timothy Hines that might feel it was as long in its development and creation as the entire history of scifi fantasy adventures.

below: Female superhero Chrome. The escapist fantasy miniseries about a female robot slave who defies her cruel masters with the help of a repairbot named Perdix (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) to right injustices of the world, draws its inspiration from classic era science fiction and fantasy serials.
Hyper Action Female Superhero Series CHROME Streaming May 30

Chrome: The Series streaming May 30th is the escapist fantasy adventure mini-series about a female robot slave who defies her cruel masters with the help of a repairbot named Perdix (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) to right the injustices of the world.


Chrome draws its inspiration from classic era science fiction and fantasy stories that range from the Saturday morning serials like Flash Gordon (the same source George Lucas used for Star Wars) and hi-brow science fictions like the 1927 Metropolis.
Chrome: The Series streaming May 30th is the escapist fantasy adventure mini-series about a female robot slave who defies her cruel masters with the help of a repairbot named Perdix (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) to right the injustices of the world.  Chrome draws its inspiration from classic era science fiction and fantasy stories that range from the Saturday morning serials like Flash Gordon (the same source George Lucas used for Star Wars) and hi-brow science fictions like the 1927 Metropolis.
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The Saturday morning serials were a motion picture form popular during the first half of the 20th century, consisting of a series of short subjects exhibited in consecutive order at one theater, advancing weekly, until the series was completed. Like the modern mini series the stories were edited into chapters.

Each chapter was screened at a movie theater for one week, and ended with a cliffhanger, in which characters found themselves in perilous situations with little apparent chance of escape. Viewers had to return again to the theater next time to see the cliffhanger resolved and to follow the continuing story.
Poster of 1936 Flash Gordon Serial
The Flash Gordon serial and its sequels, for instance, were major productions in their time. Serials were action-packed stories that usually involved a hero, or heroes, battling an evil villain. The villain would continually place the hero into inescapable deathtraps before the hero triumphed.

Chrome: The Series will premiere streaming on May 30th on multiple platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Vimeo and many others. Like the Saturday morning serials, a new chapter will be released every 3 months culminating in mid 2021.

“We’ve come a long way since Flash Gordon and even the original Star Wars, where now story expectations and character development run much deeper,” says producer Susan Goforth, “It was Timothy’s and my vision that a downtrodden female slave robot would rise up to lead the heroic fight against oppressive Dsytopian forces.”

“I have always been a big fan of the art design of the first feature science fiction film in history, Metropolis. Its female robot, which George Lucas used as the basis for C3PO, was an unparalleled vision,” adds director Timothy Hines, “Metropolis is in my blood so it is inevitable that it inspired me throughout the storytelling of Chrome.”
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There are millions of fans who have been waiting for over two decades for Chrome to be completed and released. In 2001 and 2002 dozens upon dozens of top websites and media magazines like Starlog, SFX, Animation Reporter and Sci Fi covered the creation of Chrome during the filming. The project has now amassed over 1000 professionals’ involvement, features 1000s of stunts, endless pyrotechnics and is way too ambitious -- and yet it lives.

Goforth and Hines created the production in 2001 when their massive War of the Worlds project was shut down due to the airplane attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11th. Chrome was so massive in its scope that the filmmakers didn’t have the resources to post the production. The technology was just not there yet. One Hollywood executive said it would cost $100 million to post the picture.

Flash forward to this year, after picking the film up many times over the years, including a year spent filming miniatures on miniature sets, missed release dates, setbacks, it's finally coming home as the technologies caught up with Susan Goforth and Timothy Hines’ vision. Chrome, played by Katie Erin Tomlinson, is joined by new cast members including Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Dave Morrissey Jr. and a host of sharp new talent. Reprocessing of original footage, thousands of new FX and re-editing from the ground up are only a part of what is in store for original and new generations of female superhero movie and sci-fi fans. 

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