‘The X-Files’ at Calgary Expo

Headed to the Calgary Expo this weekend? There are lots of X-Files alumni to catch up with and some great panels. Not to mention the multiple opportunities you have to take photos with your favorites and get some awesome autographs! 

To make the weekend easier on the Phile Expo Goer, here is a handy color-coded chart of every X-Files related event that is currently scheduled. Click to expand it: 

For a more comprehensive look at the expo, head over to this article. But for a quick overview, this is what you need to know:

  • The X-Files Panel with Gillian, Mitch, and Robert is on Sunday at 12:00pm MDT in the Corral – Main Events Room.
  • You can purchase an event pass here to watch the X-Files panel. We will also be live tweeting it here
  • Gillian’s autograph table is Z 208, Mitch’s is Z 404, Robert’s is Z 310, Cary’s is Z 206, and Mark’s is Z 301.
  • Autographs range from $10 to $95, though you can probably expect to pay somewhere from the middle and upwards for all of the guests. 
  • Photo Session Prices: Gillian – $50, Mitch – $40, Robert – $40, Cary – $40, Mark $40, and Gillian, Mitch, and Robert together – $120.
  • Mitch and Mark’s Supernatural Panel is on Saturday at 3:00pm MDT in the Corral – Main Events Room.
  • The Terminator Panel with Robert is on Saturday at 5:00pm MDT in Palomino A-E.
  • The Princess Bride Panel featuring Cary Elwes is in the Boyce Theater on Friday at 3:30pm MDT. 
  • All the panels run for 45 minutes. 
If that doesn’t cover all of your questions though, head over the the Calgary Expo’s website and check the schedule of events here. And if you get lost, follow this map to navigate the convention floor. Most importantly though, have fun!
 

XFN Goes to Calgary Expo

 

The weather might not feel like Spring yet, but it has sure arrived with the beginning of “Con” season. Calgary Expo is only a couple of days away, and XFN has been officially accredited to report live from the convention. This expo will take place over the weekend, April 26-28th in Calgary, AB at the BMO Centre.

If you are attending, prepare yourself for a great time because this is one of the biggest X-Files reunion in the past couple of years. Gillian Anderson, Robert Patrick, Mitch Pileggi, Mark Sheppard, and Cary Elwes are all in attendence. However, if you are unable to attend, fear no more because XFN’s very own Jeremy Schoff and Matthew Nygren will be there all weekend to report live on all things X-Files.

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Tickets Now on Sale for ‘X-Files’ Art Event

 

If you haven’t already heard, together the Art Directors Guild Film Society, the American Cinematheque, and The Hollywood Reporter are collaborating to host an event celebrating the art and design of The X-Files.

On May 19th, both Chris Carter and Vince Gilligan will be in attendance. Production Designer John Muto will moderate the event, which will include screenings of “Triangle” and “Je Souhaite,” as well as a discussion with X-Files production designer Corey Kaplan. 

The screening will take place at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles. Tickets have gone on sale at Fandango, but if you’d like to get your hands on free tickets, check out our exclusive contest here
 

 

Chris Carter Joins ADG Celebration of the Art of ‘The X-Files’

 

We can now confirm that Chris Carter will attend the event we announced earlier today, along with Vince Gilligan and Corey Kaplan, former Production Designer of The X-Files. The event will be moderated by John Muto and held at the legendary Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles.

As we had announced, on May 19th, 2013, the Art Directors Guild and the American Cinematheque have joined forces with The Hollywood Reporter to celebrate the art and design of The X-Files, marking the 20th anniversary of the show.

X-Files News brings you an EXCLUSIVE opportunity to participate of this event via our contest, check the details HERE.

 

 

Featured Video – I Lived on the Moon

 

There are times when the dark wraps around your soul and in a very strange way, it can be almost comforting. This is one of those times. Beautifully dark with a score that drives you through from start to finish, I Lived on the Moon, by prisonjokerXF, takes the very best of The X-Files and serves it up all raw and emotional.

 

UPDATED – EXCLUSIVE: Chris Carter, Vince Gilligan and Corey Kaplan to Honor X-Files’ Art

 

2013 marks the 20th anniversary of The X-Files. A variety of events have already been announced to pay homage to what is, without a doubt, one of the most important and groundbreaking productions in the history of Television.

On May 19th, 2013, eleven years since the show aired its last episode, the Art Directors Guild Film Society joins the celebration, alongside the American Cinematheque and The Hollywood Reporter for a big screen experience to be held at the iconic Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles.

In an event moderated by production designer John Muto (Home Alone, River’s Edge, Terminator 2 3-D) attendees will enjoy a presentation of the art and design of The X-Files, a screening of the episodes “Je Souhaite” and “Sunshine Days” and the piece of resistance of the night, a conversation with the series’ production designer Corey Kaplan (The X-Files, Scandal, Cold Case, Robbery Homicide Division) writer-producer-director Vince Gilligan (The X-Files, Breaking Bad, The Lone Gunmen, Harsh Realm) and Creator-Writer-Producer-Director Chris Carter (The X-Files, Harsh Realm, Millennium, The Lone Gunmen)

Do you want to be part of this celebration? X-Files News has the EXCLUSIVE privilege to collaborate with this exciting event, and with it a chance for you to be part of it.

Details after the jump!

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A Look at Issue #2 of the New ‘X-Files’ Comics

 

The first issue of the new IDW X-Files comics is released on June 19th, 2013. Newsarama recently published the covers that we can expect from to see from Issue #2 in July. We’ve already seen sneak peaks of  Lone Gunmen artwork, and now we know how that artwork will be incorporated into the cover. There are two additional covers as well, one also featuring the Lone Gunmen and the other with an old school promo photo of Mulder and Scully.

Included in the write-up was this synopsis of the issue:

‘Believers,’ Part 2 of 5. Dana Scully has survived abduction, cancer, motherhood by mysterious means, and surrendering her “miracle” baby. But she’s never encountered anything like these ‘Acolytes’ before, or the mysterious ‘Deacon’ who’s saved her from them. Plus, Mulder follows a lead to Arlington National Cemetery and the final resting place of the ‘Lone Gunmen.’

This gives us some information we didn’t have before. We’ve got a title for Issue #2: “Believers”. And apparently we’ll be seeing five issues in this series (that we know of so far anyway). We also have a better idea of where this story is going.

If you need a refresher on the original details of the comics, check out this article. Joe Harris is the writer and Michael Walsh, the artist. And of course, Chris Carter is producing them, as well. 

So how does this all fit into the post-IWTB lives of Mulder and Scully? Well the truth is out there…until June anyway. (Click the photos below to view larger images of the covers.)
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chris Carter to Attend Hero Film Fest

 

Fans already excited about the The X-Files’ 20th Anniversary night at the fourth annual Hero Complex Film Fest this May just got a new reason to be excited. Series creator Chris Carter will be in attendance!

The festival runs from May 10th to May 12th at the TCL Chinese Theaters at Hollywood and Highland.

The X-Files will close out the night on May 12th with a special 20th anniversary tribute which will include the screening of three episodes: “Pilot,” “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose,” and “Jose Chung’s From Outer Space.”

Head over to the LA Times event section to purchase tickets before they run out! Tickets are $20, or $50 for a festival pass.

Here’s to once again celebrating The X-Files at Hollywood and Highland. We have a feeling it won’t be the last.