Guests include one of the founders of the band The Mekons, Jon Langford, and the director the documentary Revenge of the Mekons, Joe Angio; programmer for the Montclair Film Festival, Tom Hall; and British filmmaker Joanna Hogg.
Halloween is a perfect excuse to make a list of great horror films! Below are just a few of the films I’ve thrown together. Night of the Living Dead – George A. Romero 1968 Easily one of my favorite films of all time. George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead is a cult classic […]
Mark your calendars, filmmakers! There’s just one month left to submit your film to the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.
Another docu-tastic episode of the podcast with filmmakers Margaret Brown (The Great Invisible), Jeremy Workman (Magical Universe) with Chuck Workman (Magician), and Jean-Yves Ollivier (Plot for Peace).
Director Volker Schlöndorff discusses his new film, Diplomacy; filmmaker Zachary Wigon and actress Kate Lyn Shiel discuss their new film, The Heart Machine; and filmmaker Gregory Kohn.
Join a conversation with talented artists Thomas Leveritt and Clayton Cubitt at YouTube Space NY. They will be discussing the importance of using video as a form of storytelling; as well as optimizing YouTube and other social platforms to gain an audience, both domestically and internationally, as a creator of content.
Producer, actor, director, and horror impresario, Larry Fessenden, is the sole guest in this Fandor Episode celebrating Halloween and the month of Shocktober!
The filmmaker Teddy Collatos (Move) is the guest. His latest feature film, Dipso, will be having a free screening at Videology on Monday, October 20, 9:30 PM in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I will be moderating the Q&A.
Watch premiere documentaries, experimental films, animation, and hybrid works at the 2014 Margaret Mead Film Festival!
St. Vincent director Ted Melfi and documentary filmmaker Samir are the guests on this episode of the podcast.