Travis Gordon

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Travis Gordon is a Canadian film producer, screenwriter, and director. As a filmmaker, he is best known as the creator of the webseries Spellfury, a fantasy-action show that is currently in its second season of production. His films and webseries include the productions Mass Stupidity, Revelation, Spellfury (short film) and Spellfury the webseries.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Credited as Role
Director Producer Writer Actor
2007 Mass Stupidity Yes Yes Yes
2008 Revelation Yes Yes Yes
2009 Spellfury (Short) Yes Yes Yes
2008–2011 Spellfury Yes Yes Yes

Recognition[edit]

Reviews[edit]

In May 2009 Wired.com reviewed Spellfury and in an article called "7 webotainers worth watching" wrote "Canadian writer-director Travis Gordon throws World Of Warcraft video games, Lord of the Rings pomposity and Buffy The Vampire Slayer snark into the blender for this live-action series"[1] Ain't It Cool News also reviewed his show as well.[2] Also there is a review of Spellfury with some interview pieces on the Koldcast.tv.[3] Mr.Gordon's webseries Spellfury was also reviewed by Tubefilter on July 8, 2009 in an article called "‘Spellfury’ is Low Budget, High Fantasy".[4]

Interviews[edit]

A full Page newspaper article (EMC Perth) on Spellfury and interview with Gordon about his webseries.[5] GenerationD20 video interview with Travis Gordon about Spellfury.[6] Popculturemonster interview with Travis Gordon.[7] In a recent audio interview with Gordon on www.genretraveller.com, he discussed the creative process of making Spellfury and finding a business model for a webseries.[8] 2 interviews with Gordon on UberscifiGeek.com[9] and Innsmouthfreepress.com [10]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Gordon won a Bronze for a 'Dramatic Short' at the 2008 WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival for a short called Revelation.[11][12] The short film starred Julie O'Halloran, Robbie Drebitt and Penu Chalykoff, actors he would use later in the webseries Spellfury.

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