Watch the Sandman Fan Film That Earned Neil Gaiman’s Stamp of Approval
It’s “24 Hours,” originally published in 1989, and faithfully translated into live-action (with a few brief animation sequences) by Toronto-based filmmakers Evan Henderson and Nick Brown. It’s called Sandman: 24 Hour Diner, and if its 30-minute runtime gives you pause, know that Gaiman himself told the creators, and the world via Twitter, that he thought it was a job very well done. – Cheryl Eddy, Gizmodo http://gizmo.do/c8HKYWA
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