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 Jim

Eliza Hittman Talks “Never Rarely Sometimes Always”

Eliza Hittman Talks “Never Rarely Sometimes Always”

It’s been a good year for independent filmmaker Eliza Hittman thanks to Never Rarely Sometimes Always making waves in the global festival circuit; a film about the countless obstacles women with unwanted pregnancies face in a hostile environment. “It’s a deeply personal film on so many levels although there is nothing autobiographical about it,” said Hittman. […]

 Brock Swinson

“People Are Hungry for Personal Stories” Anna Kerrigan, Writer/Director On ‘Cowboys’

“People Are Hungry for Personal Stories” Anna Kerrigan, Writer/Director On ‘Cowboys’

Screenwriter/Director Anna Kerrigan grew up in a creative home. Her dad worked in visual effects. Her mom worked as a poet. “I was always in and around the world of film,” she said. “I love movies so much, but I hated the industry,” she joked. “My dad was this below-the-line worker and it was really […]

 Brock Swinson

“The Protagonist’s Journey is the Audience’s Journey” Noah Hutton on ‘Lapsis’

“The Protagonist’s Journey is the Audience’s Journey” Noah Hutton on ‘Lapsis’

“It really was a sense of pieces coming together,” said writer/director Noah Hutton (In Silico) on his film, Lapsis which was due to premiere at SXSW earlier this year, but cancelled due to the pandemic. “Part of the concept came from my own experience as a freelancer hustling my way from gig to gig, and feeling […]

 Jim

G.O. Parsons Battles Demonic Animals In “Willy’s Wonderland”

G.O. Parsons Battles Demonic Animals In “Willy’s Wonderland”

Watch out for the possessed animatronics in Willy’s Wonderland. Don’t be fooled by their playful birthday songs or their cute faces. They’re really scary G.O. Parsons began his writing career as a playwright before transitioning to screenwriting. “A friend told me that it didn’t matter how great a play was, it only lasted an hour […]

 Jim

“I Don’t Want A Piece Of The Pie, I Want The Recipe” Kemp Powers Discusses ‘One Night In Miami’

“I Don’t Want A Piece Of The Pie, I Want The Recipe” Kemp Powers Discusses ‘One Night In Miami’

The film version of One Night In Miami is built upon the lofty shoulders of a Kemp Powers’ play about four influential black men instrumental in the civil rights movement of the sixties –  Malcolm X (the activist), Cassius Clay, (the boxer who later changed his name to Muhammed Ali), James Brown (the NFL player, […]

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