Anthony Perrotta is a filmmaker and writer. A Long Island native, he earned his B.F.A. in Film/Video from Towns College. His short film "21st Century Shuffle," which he wrote, produced and directed, premiered at the 2014 Big Apple Film Festival, and his upcoming project, "Before the Law," which is based on the short story of the same name by Franz Kafka, is currently in pre-production. In addition to his work at PopMatters, he also contributes to The Untitled Magazine-Online Edition and and is a staff writer for ScreenPrism: The Hub for Film & TV Analysis.
Roger Luckhurst's 'Zombies' Is Gory and Highly Informative | 28 Oct 2015 // 9:05 PM
Zombies is just as much an anti-imperialist work as it is an historical examination of the walking dead.
Will David Lynch Ever Make Ronnie Rocket? | 30 Aug 2017 // 7:30 AM
With the Twin Peaks revival underway, perhaps the surrealist filmmaker will revisit his famously un-produced project.
Top 5 Left-Wing Action Films | 11 Aug 2015 // 3:38 AM
Which are the best heart-pounding action films that lean towards the left of our political spectrum?