Sharp And Funny Meets Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest 2018

By Martha Sigargök-Martin | Festivals

Nov 23
Anthony Ferraro, Filmmaker, Science-Fiction-Fan, YouTuber

An Interview with the indie filmmaker Anthony Ferraro

Anthony Ferraro, YouTuber, and filmmaker, tells about his acclaimed series Galactic Galaxy and why he loves science fiction. Anthony won the Outstanding Film Award at the Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest 2018.

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Tell me who you are and what you’re doing here…

I’m Anthony Ferraro, the creator, and director of Galactic Galaxy. I’m from L.A. California and here at the Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest to present my project.  It’s a web series, a Sci-Fi Saga, and a comedy. It’s about a space werewolf who meets up with a space trucker named Pam. They rob a space disco so that they can fulfill the space werewolf destiny.

Why Sci-Fi?

Sci-Fi for me is sort of my default… I think that all stories are about overcoming adversity. It doesn’t matter if you’re telling a cautionary tale or a romance, but for me, the frame of science fiction fantasy is how I prefer those stories.

If I was to see a romantic comedy that wouldn’t really interest me. But if it was set in space and people were shouting lasers at each other… Now that would interest me!

Another reason for choosing Sci-Fi is, that I used to make art films because I went to theatre school. And… I was trying to be Jim Jarmusch. My films were successful but they weren’t my authentic voice. In fact, all I did in my spare time was watching Star Wars, Star Trek and anything with a sword… Or sorcery.

So at a certain point, it was almost like an Aha moment where it didn’t make sense to me that I wasn’t making that kind of content.

Anthony’s series: Galactic Galaxy

His YouTube Channel: Createscifi

Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest:

Are you a sci-fi fan as Anthony is? What’s your favorite sci-fi movie? Please, tell me in the comment section below!


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Hey! I'm Martha, and I help creative people understanding and solving mental and creative blocks through blog posts about film, series, and creativity, as well as through a creative coaching website ( just dedicated to this topic.