Sunday, January 27 2008
Digital filmmaking has provided independent filmmakers with the tools to produce watchable films, but then there's the matter of enticing people to actually watch them. An interview with indie filmmaker, Peter Marcy.
Monday, July 9 2007
PopMatters' interviews Lance Weiler, Director of The Last Broadcast and Head Trauma and who, along with his former partner Stefan Avalos, is one of the real pioneers of digital filmmaking and distribution.
Thursday, February 8 2007
Holcomb speaks with writer-director Djinn, director of Perth. Djinn hails from Singapore, a small nation of avid movie goers who, like their film industry and their country, says Djinn, are 'always looking outward.'
Monday, September 22 2008
For Jean-Pierre Melville, the classic cops and robbers crime story was simply a vehicle to place his flawed heroes through ritualized situations of life and death.
Monday, August 11 2008
Educated men outraged about crime face situations in which they do not fully comprehend the true moral horror.
Wednesday, May 28 2008
This oddball film's closest progenitors are Fassbinder’s Brecht-influenced and just plain weird Whity, and Cox’s Americanized Spaghetti western, Straight to Hell.
Wednesday, April 9 2008
Both dazzlingly brilliant and incredibly irritating, often most irritating when it catches itself being brilliant.
Sunday, April 6 2008
A superbly acted, complex serial story, this show is well-suited to the DVD medium as it can followed at your own pace without fear of missing some of the story.