A heartfelt thank you to Philefestf for an unforgettable weekend. Your dedication and hard work were truly evident in every aspect of the 3-day convention, making it a remarkable and memorable experience for all of us.
To all the attendees who took the time to chat with us, share your stories, and join us for our X-Files Fan Retrospective screening, your presence and engagement meant the world to us. Meeting you and having the opportunity to share our documentary was a profound honor.
Lastly, thank you to all who donated at our table to the women's shelter. The funds raised reflect the generosity and compassion of The X-Files fandom, underscoring the impact that a dedicated and passionate fan base can have on local initiatives. Thank you.
With sincere gratitude,
Lauren and Carly
X-Files Fan Retrospective In the News: Creator, actors, fans reminisce on 3 decades since the hit sci-fi show began
Documentary to premiere this fall
A documentary about the show is set to release this fall, 30 years after the show premiered.
Superfans Lauren Krattiger and Carly Blake have created The X-Files Fan Retrospective, where they conducted more than 90 interviews with crew members, cast and fans to memorialize the show and its impact.
Krattiger was nine years old when she watched The X-Files pilot with her parents. "It's just been a really fun part of my life," she said.
"I liked the scary element, and I also really enjoyed watching Scully."
Krattiger, who lives in New York City, says The X-Files is a comfort for many fans she's spoken with — offering a sort of constant during difficult times — and that some people have moved to Vancouver because of the show.
"It was a ground-breaking series."
Read the full article here!
The CBC also reports that a documentary about the show will be released this fall. "Superfans Lauren Krattiger and Carly Blake have created The X-Files Fan Retrospective, where they conducted more than 90 interviews with crew members, cast and fans to memorialize the show and its impact."
Read the full article here: Chris Carter Announces 'Tweaked' X-Files Series - But No Cartoon
CBC On The Coast had an incredible lineup of stars to interview as part of their X-Files week! We were honored to be invited and discuss The X-Files Fan Retrospective and the impact The X-Files has had on television!
Listen to the interviews here!
What an incredible chat with fans from all over the world, staying up late to hear from William B. Davis! It was fun to moderate this in-depth discussion with William B. Davis, actor, director, and writer, about his X-Files memories and latest book, "On Acting...and life." Fan questions came in live from Brazil, Mexico, The UK, Germany, Argentina, and the USA!
Lauren and Carly were delighted to offer this free chat to Thee X-Files Fan Retrospective social media followers. Thank you for joining us! Please follow us on Instagram and Twitter for the latest event updates!
We've been posting rough cut interviews for your viewing pleasure while we work on the final doc! Check out the full list here!
We interview series creator, Chris Carter! Chris shares his memories from the set, working with the talented crew and cast, answers fan questions from our Twitter account, and shares his message for the fans!
Some behind the scenes photos of X-Files Fan Fest! We met so many fans, interviewed Nick Leah, hosted a trivia contest, hung out with the Enigma Live, and had an all-around great time! X-Philes are the best group of people and we love meeting all of you! Click here to watch our interview with Nicholas Leah on our YouTube channel!
Fans were in a frenzy when we posted this behind the scenes photo to our instagram account @thexfiles25doc
it has been reposted all over the place and we love to see X-Files love alive and well in 2022!
Special thanks to Ginger Wadley for giving us access to her incredible collection from her time working on The X-Files.
Updates about The X-Files Fan Retrospective from Lauren and Carly.