Filmmaker Bryan Poyser returns to the podcast for a lengthy discussion of his film career. He’s currently in New York to introduce audiences to his new comedy, Love & Air Sex, which opens today at the Cinema Village.
Austin-based indie film actor is the sole guest on this episode of the podcast. Doubek reflects on a life dedicated to the struggle of making a career in the arts.
Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle said, “If you were ever wondering what Die Hard would have been like if Neil LaBute directed it as an art film, prepare to enjoy Lovers of Hate.” Lucky for you it opens in NYC this Friday.
My short film Pioneer premieres this coming Friday night, and as of yet I have no tickets for the any of the screenings. Follow along, here at the Rooftop Films blog, as I set out to see my own film at Sundance!
Filmmaker and actor Alex Karpovsky, a Rooftop Alum many times over, has a new film called Trust Us, This Is All Made Up playing this week only at reRun Theater in New York City, and we think you should go see it.
“You’re going to see nipples, you’re going to see butts, you’re going to see a penis — briefly.” Director Bryan Poyser talks about sexuality in indie films, low budget filmmaking and his ties to mumblecore filmmakers.