Friends of the Archives are personalities who do us the great honor of supporting our missions in favor of science-fiction. They come from different backgrounds. Cinema, television, literature, comics, arts, sciences, press, industry, etc… What they have in common: their contribution to science-fiction or their passion for the genre. Robert Watts was the first Friend of the Archives and he is also ScienceFictionArchives.com Honorary President. We will introduce new Friends of the Archives here as they join us.
Andrew Probert has been one of the most prolific artists and designers in the Science-Fiction universe for the past 30 years. His best known work is the re-designing of the starship U.S.S. Enterpri...
Dan Madsen is an American who was passionate about the Star Trek universe. He has done more for the community of Star Trek and Star Wars fans than any other fans on the planet.
Indeed, in the 7...
Drew Struzan is a prolific and very famous American artist known for painting more than 150 movie posters, which include all the films in the Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, Rambo and Star Wars ...
Fred Blanchard is a French illustrator who did his first comics with the publishing company "Éditions Zenda", Ran Corvo, on a Doug Headline's script.
One of Fred Blanchard&...
Frédéric Albert Lévy
An alumnus of the École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud and agrégé de Lettres classiques, Frédéric Albert Lévy, alias FAL, taught French at the Po...
Hugues Tissandier est l’un des grands Chef Décorateurs du cinéma français. Il a travaillé à ce nombreuse comédies populaires dont celles des ré...
As a child, Jean-Claude Mézières dreamed of becoming a Cowboy or a comics designer. He managed to do both.
After studying Applied Arts and a too long military service, Mézi...
In 1980, Jeff Mann, after a Bachelor of Arts degree, California State University at San Francisco was in the right place, with the right skills at the right time. George Lucas had just relocated Lu...
A consummate movie lover, Joe Dante is a devoted connoisseur of genre cinema, specifically horror, sci-fi and fantasy films. As a teenager, he wrote for magazines on genre films such as the fanzine...