New Scandal Fan Film 'Impossible' Takes Fan Fiction To A Whole New Level: Nailed It!

This fan film, created by Krystal M. Harris, explores what could happen to #Olitz in the wake of the season 4 finale of the hit ABC show.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, July 15, 2015 / -- KataClysm Pictures released the short six-minute video last month, with thousands of viewers tuning in. Early reactions praised the fan film’s likeness to the hit ABC show with viewers stunned at the storyline and the actor’s portrayal of the favorite on screen duo, Olivia Pope and Fitzgerald Grant.

Krystal M. Harris (About Last Night, Ray Donovan, 2 Broke Girls) stars as Olivia Pope in the fan film, aptly titled “Impossible,” with Christian Howard (Street Fighter Assassin’s Fist) taking on the role of POTUS, Fitzgerald Grant.

The short explores what could happen to America’s favorite troubled couple, in the wake of the Season 4 finale, which reunited Olivia and Fitz, with a harrowing discovery made that is sure to have fans chomping at the bit.

In addition to starring in “Impossible,” Harris wrote and directed the piece as "an homage to an amazing show runner and two amazingly talented actors,” she stated in a blog post detailing the creation of the short.

Viewers will love the attention to detail Harris put into the short. From dialogue to props, and even a few Easter eggs… this short has really nailed the style of the show.

Scandal parodies have been attempted before, yet none have come as close to imitating the dramatic nuances of the Shonda Rhimes led series.

For Harris, this short meant more than just creating a piece of fan fiction. As the first production to come out of her company, KataClysm Pictures, Harris wanted to inspire other women to step into the director’s chair in a male dominated industry as she was so inspired:

“I must acknowledge a phenomenal woman, Shonda Rhimes who has inspired me and countless other women to step up to the plate and create. Women like her pave the way for women like me to realize that we don’t have to wait for someone to say… ok you’re free to make something of yourself. No, Shonda has shown through her fantastic contributions to television that we don’t have to wait to be told that we are worthy, we are the only ones who are able to show the world that we already are.”

Check out the Scandal Fan Film Impossible above.

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Krystal M. Harris
KataClysm Pictures
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