Interview with Andrew Bujalski, Director of There There by Taylor Baker Shot and Edited by Thomas Stoneham-Judge of ForReel… Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Manahar Kumar is a Student Emmy Award-winning actor, director, and producer who starred in and produced the short film “Distant,” following Indian immigrant...… Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Fantasia Film Festival 2021 Director Richard Bates Jr., known for his horror-comedies such as Excision and Suburban Gothic, recently had his latest film, King Knight, premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival. He sat down to talk … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Natalie Metzger is an award-winning director, writer, and producer based in Los Angeles and known for films such as Werewolves Within and The Beta Test, both of which had their premieres at the 2021 Tribeca Film … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison It is exceedingly difficult to give a numerical score to a film like Chun Chun Chang’s animated short Aura. Clocking in at under four minutes, the story—if it can be called such—follows a man adrift at … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Summary: After a fun night out with friends, Gina grabs a rideshare. An uncomplicated lift home shifts gears when the driver’s intentions become questionable. https://youtu.be/XY8J5icZFyc Rideshare played at the 2021 Atlanta Film Festival. You can read Anna's … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Kotomi (Lauren Culjak) is a Los Angeles based composer, artist, and producer. A classically trained pianist and self-taught producer, her sound palate ranges from industrial and gritty to ambient and orchestral. She composes music for film … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Summary: Nick, a chef on the brink of opening his first restaurant, struggles to put his life back together following the loss of his mother. At his wife's urging, he reluctantly reaches out to Briana, his … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Summary: Amir (Asad Farooqui) is a struggling actor, meddling with lowly, wordless terrorist roles. More importantly, he struggles with his parents not taking his career choice seriously. Amidst the party chaos highlighted by politics, cricket, and … Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Lieke Bezemer’s short ECHO breaks down film to its bare parts—moving images and sound. The images: the snow in Hokkaido, Japan. The sound: Bezemer’s voiceover, grappling with her sexual assault. The two seem somewhat disconnected at … Continue reading.