What better way to start a New Year than a first publication? Anthony's latest short story has been published by The Elixir Magazine!
For a charity talent-show event at The Disney Store, Anthony was asked to write a short story that he would then read in front of a small audience. Inspired by a Guest in store, he decided to write a story about loss, nostalgia, and family love – all connected by a "simple" Mouse.
Westman was the second milestone of a freelance contract with Mr. Valeri Lilov, the same author of Bladecrow. In this occasion, Anthony was hired as a script editor and consultant, to provide feedback and proofread the first two episodes of a fantasy/western TV Show.
Anthony worked on Bladecrow as a freelance script editor and consultant, as part of a contract started on Upwork. It is a 120-pages long, dark sci-fi feature film, conceived by Valeri Lilov.
Is there a more frightening pain than the one we experience with love? When Anthony (coincidentally, the Author's namesake) finds a manuscript in the attic, he is forced to find the truth behind this question. He will unveil a dark secret, and a story long-forgotten of a young boy suffering from a form of depression.
They tell stories of a time in which men knew no love, constantly battling against each other for mere manifestations of power. Then, Lilith came; and mankind was never the same again.
Another short story inspired by a person, this time from a closed chapter of Anthony's life. It is a tale twisted in time, featuring a young man coming back to the mansion of his childhood, just after the end of the war.
This original short story was inspired by one of Anthony's dearest friends, a singer with heavenly voice. It talks about love, loneliness, and sacrifice.
Note: this project is still ongoing. I will update it with the synopsis (still under NDA) and the first page of the script as soon as it is available, as well as with a link to the final movie when it will be produced. There is a curious story behind IUDOR (The Inevitable Ups &... Continue Reading →