‘Save Anne with an E’ fan film: Why the fandom keeps fighting, pt. 1
The fans of Anne with an E who are fighting for the show’s renewal are nothing if not passionate. We asked fans to share their love for the show so that we could create a fandom film to share far and wide. The results have been amazing.
Fans are surely begging for more Anne content, and gosh, y’all came out in force.
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But wait, there’s more!
Anne with an E fans have shown up in a big way. In fact, fans have been so ready to share their love for Anne Shirley and the community of Prince Edward Island that this is just the first of our fan films! Film Daily wants to make sure every message of love for the show is heard, so we will release a new fan film every week until we run out of submissions.
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves
Is someone cutting onions here? The impact that Anne with an E has had on fans gave us all the feels, and we want to make sure that the rest of the world hears fans’ voices. If you are part of team #renewannewithane share this video far and wide, we want as many people as possible to fall in love with Anne Shirley’s story.
Just like Anne changed the world around her with her message of positivity and optimism, we want to change the hearts at Netflix and the CBC by spreading the impact of how Anne with an E touched fans, hopefully drawing such a large audience that they have to renew the series.
There is still time to be part of our save Anne fandom films. If you didn’t let us know your thoughts about how Anne with an E affected your life you should still can! Share your love for the show here and we’ll continue to make sure your message is heard.
And if you don’t know about Anne yet, here’s a quick beginners guide
We aren’t alone in our devastation at the end of Anne with an E. The series, inspired by the classic novel Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, brings a modern depth to the character of Anne, played brilliantly by Amybeth McNulty.
The story explores with aplomb some of the realities of Anne’s background as a 13-year-old who has endured an abusive childhood in orphanages and the homes of strangers. While the original novel glosses over some of the darker events of Anne’s past, they’re seamlessly incorporated into her character in Anne with an E.
Quite simply: if you haven’t watched Anne with an E yet, start now! Make sure you watch pt. 2 here.