‘Looking For Leia’ Docuseries Acquired by SYFY WIRE


Courtesy of ‘Looking for Leia’ via Twitter

SYFY WIRE has acquired a seven episode docuseries called Looking for Leia from filmmaker Annalise Ophelian, following the successful sneak peek preview at DragonCon 2019. 

The episodes will be 10-15 minutes long and will showcase several female-centric aspects of the Star Wars fandom. This docuseries will tell the stories of people whose lives have been changed by Star Wars; from the legacy of the late Carrie Fisher, to the droid builders and makers, to the creators of art, fashion and jewelry, to the authors inspired by the beloved franchise. The series will offer a much needed look at some of the most overlooked corners of the fandom.

The docuseries is scheduled for a multi-platform release on December 21, 2019. Platforms set for the release will be SYFY.com, VOD, YouTube, and NBCU’s OneApp, with two of the episodes airing back to back on the SYFY television network at 11 p.m. ET.

Emma is a fangirl of many different fandoms. She loves comic books, Charmed, Harry Potter, and many others. She has been writing since she was about 13 and taking photos since she was 23 but taking photos at conventions since she was 26. She travels a lot to different fandom conventions. She loves to travel, sing and dance. You can find her on twitter @simplyreflectph or @simplyreflected.

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