UPDATE: MuggleNet conducted an Exclusive Interview with the 'Auror's Tale' team: Director Leo Kei Angelos and screenwriter Cassandra Johnstone. You can read the entire interview transcript on our 'Auror's Tale' page right here.
New York City is a battlefield. Dark magic rules the underworld. The NYC Department of Magical Law Enforcement (DMLE) is the only line of defense. Hawthorne is the force’s newest recruit and the dark criminals' latest threat. Plunging into the nightmare that his occupation offers, he makes quick enemies of the most depraved wizard gang in America: the ever violent, ever twisted Hellhounds. AUROR'S TALE chronicles Hawthorne's tempestuous adventures.
Director Leo Kei Angelos teams up with screenwriter Cassandra Johnstone in this ground-breaking digital debut. The two die-hard Potter fans together will bring the underground wizarding world of New York City to life. A longtime dream of Angelos', he and his talented team now have the opportunity to express their love for the Harry Potter series through the art of film.
Red Phoenix Pictures is proud to present this edgy, action-packed web series that's a bold fantasy that Potter fans will love. It's the wizarding world as imagined by fans that grew up with the series, created for fans that grew up with the series. It's the magic of Potter as you have never seen it before: a high-speed, raw, and terrifically twisted ride.
And this summer, it begins.
AUROR'S TALE is a Leo Kei Angelos film, co-written for the web by Angelos and Cassandra Johnstone. It is produced by Angelos' production studio Red Phoenix Pictures as well as Angelo Lopez, Christopher Lopez and Jonathon Rosenthal.
Professor Kettleburn, our Care of Magical Creatures teacher, retired at the end of last year in order to enjoy more time with his remaining limbs.
Albus Dumbledore Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 5, Page 93
So many fans visit King's Cross station to take pictures of platforms 9 and 10 that the station management erected a sign that says 'Platform 9 3/4 which, in the Potter books, is invisible to Muggles but acts as a gateway for witches and wizards.