That’s right, after months of film festival submissions, wait lists and rejections, I finally nailed one down! Hey, George will be playing at the CFC’s Worldwide Short Film Festival this June!
We shot the film a little over a year ago now, so this victory has been a long time coming. For those of [...]
I caught this short film at Hotdocs last week and miraculously it was already on youtube. Check it out!
One of my favorite things to do is to listen to people tell a really good story, about anything really. The way Dock Ellis tells this story is pretty amazing. You can tell it’s [...]
Hi all, in the weeks (months?) of hushed anticipation preceding the unveiling of our first official podcast (the subject of which is, oh-so-cleverly, first feature films) I will offer up a few humble appreciations of some my favorite directorial debut’s, focusing on recent-ish stuff that, if not quite overlooked, isn’t surrounded by the saintly [...]
I know you’re upset you missed your chance to watch Precious Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire In 3D while it was still in theatres but if you can hold out a bit longer I’m sure the next visual cornucopia is just around the corner as the 3D gold rush [...]
Logo for The New York International Independent Film and Video Festival
The last line in their About Us web page reads…
“The New York International Independent Film and Video Festival cares about filmmakers. We are passionate about exposing the films and documentaries that people make. We are very proud of our filmmakers and have a long list of festival friends, delegates and repeat clients.”
It should have read…
My involvement with the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival stems back to 2005 when I went to New York with my film “Only I Know” and humiliated myself and the souls of my family.Here’s a brief synopsis of the film…
“A heart wrenching personal look into the deterioration of a family as a young man examines the past and present dramas that they have experienced in hopes of salvaging a relationship between him and his sister.”
or as James Vandewater says…
“It’s your soul on videotape.”
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