Cinefantastique Magazine

 

Welcome to the Internet pressroom for CFQ Magazine -- the new Cinefantastic -- debuting January 2003. Check this pressroom for all the latest news, photos and press clippings about this legendary science fiction, fantasy and horror movie magazine. 








 

 

In the News 

Nov. 11, 2002

 

 

Los Angeles Business Journal - Movie Company Buys Film Magazines, Plans Changes to Up Profile
Film production firm Mindfire Entertainment has acquired two bimonthly movie fan magazines, Cinefantastique and Femme Fatales, for an undisclosed price and moved their operations from Chicago to Culver City..

Nov. 1, 2002

 

Chicago Tribune - Cinefantastique Moves to Los Angeles
Arriving on the scene in 1970, just as big-budget sci-fi pictures were making their entrance, Cinefantastique, under Mr. Clarke's direction, led a kind of guerrilla journalism into the world of fantasy motion pictures. 

Feb. 19, 2001

 

Arriving on the scene in 1970, just as big-budget sci-fi pictures were making their entrance, Cinefantastique, under Mr. Clarke's direction, led a kind of guerrilla journalism into the world of fantasy motion pictures. 

Nov. 1, 2000

 

Arriving on the scene in 1970, just as big-budget sci-fi pictures were making their entrance, Cinefantastique, under Mr. Clarke's direction, led a kind of guerrilla journalism into the world of fantasy motion pictures. 

Nov. 3, 2000

 

Frederick S. Clarke, creator, editor, writer, graphic artist and driving force behind Cinefantastique, a magazine devoted to covering science fiction, fantasy and horror films, has died. He was 51. 


Press Materials 
 

Nov. 4, 2002

 

Mark A. Altman, president of Mindfire Entertainment, today announced the feature film company’s acquisition of the enduring science fiction, fantasy, horror and action movie magazine Cinefantastique, launched in 1970. 

Jan 14, 2002

 

CFQ is now under the editorial control of the creatives responsible for the hit films Free Enterprise and The Specials and the original Sci-Fi Universe magazine, and will be better than ever! 

October 2002

 

David E. Williams grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and discovered his father's Super 8 camera in his early teens. He earned a BA in film production and theory at San Francisco State University, where he made experimental short films and dabbled in animation. 
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