This Friday, the Outsider Art Fair is hosting a free series of shorts that highlight outsider, amateur, and underground films made completely away from the eye of a big production company.
Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi is the guest for a prolonged conversation on this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast.
Ep 269: Scott Rogowsky • Jhovanny Bisono, Dr. Keneca Boyce, KT Nelson & Squeaky Moore • Catherine Gund
Segment 1 is with comedian & the host of Running Late with Scott Rogowsky; Segment 2 focuses on depression amidst the African American community with Reel Works student Jhovanny Bisono, Dr. Keneca Boyce & filmmakers Squeaky Moore & KT Nelson; and Segment 3 is with filmmaker Catherine Gund.
Richard Kaplan, one of the producers of the seminal documentary, King: A Filmed Record…Montgomery to Memphis, is the guest on this special episode dedicated to the memory & legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn’s debut feature L FOR LEISURE is a surrealistic reenactment of the sunny, neon worlds of early ‘90s American popular film and television. Set in a variety of picture-perfect locales like Laguna Beach, Iceland, and southern France, the film is presented as a series of interconnected vignettes following a group of […]
Ubiquitous indie film editor Michael Taylor is the guest. This is the 4th in a multi-part series of interviews that were conducted from the set of Alex Calvo’s new dark comedy, The Missing Girl.
For the first time, this year’s Ecstatic Music Festival launches with two free performances presented by Arts Brookfield at the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. EMF returns for a fifth season of one-night-only performances bringing together artists from across the sonic spectrum. All events are free to attend.
Guests include First Look Film Festival programmers David Schwartz & Aliza Ma; the actress Alexia Rasmussen from my ongoing series on The Missing Girl; and filmmaker Yael Reuveny discussing her new documentary Farewell Herr Schwarz.
UNKNOWN PLEASURES presents American films far removed from Hollywood. Consistent in form and content, varied and adventurous, the films make for intelligent and engaging cinema that defies both Hollywood and mainstream independent film. Rooftop’s Danielle Kourtesis caught up with them to discuss their collaboration and this year’s selections.
The actor Thomas Jay Ryan and documentary filmmaker AJ Schnack are the guests in this first episode of the new year.