6 items from 2016
Putting together a film festival of any type takes time, commitment (or committed), a reliable team, a diverse lineup, luck plus so much more. We sat down with four of the most well established genre film festivals that have survived & thrived for over five years in the northeast part of North America. These four key participants bring different perspectives, experience, selective eye and personality to this discussion as we covered a wide variety of topics gaining insight into what makes this annual celebrations of film, fans and filmmakers a must to attend! So take a read, share each part of the mass panel interview, look for new parts in this interview series to come and most important come out and support them! The usual suspects included in the panel are:
Boston Underground Film Festival: 18 Years (Buff) / http://bostonunderground.org – “Artistic Director” Kevin Monahan
Ithaca Fantastik: 5 Years (If) / http://ithacafilmfestival.com »
- Jay Kay
H. Jon Benjamin may play the character on the very popular TV show, but if an Archer movie were to ever make it to screens, Jon Hamm is the actor who executive producer Matt Thompson would want in the lead, so says The Daily Beast.
“It’s Jon Hamm,” says Thompson to the website. “If Archer goes live-action, I do believe it will be Jon Hamm. Maybe you could do it with Jon Benjamin’s voice coming out of him? I don’t know. Adam is always like, ‘I don’t know if I want the movie to be live-action because I want it to be Jon Benjamin!’ But if it is live-action—and if it is not Jon Benjamin—it is our greatest hope that it would be Jon Hamm. I can say that with confidence.”
Adam Reed created the TV series and has written for every episode of the show, »
- Paul Heath
Last week, FX's hit animated TV series Archer wrapped up its seventh season, although FX has not yet issued a renewal for Season 8. Every now and then, rumors surface about a potential Archer movie, and whether or not it would be live action or animated, like the TV series itself. While we still don't know for sure if a movie will ever happen, the producers only have one actor in mind to play the beloved spy Sterling Archer. If you haven't caught up with this most recent season of Archer, there will be Spoilers below, so read on at your own risk.
While it isn't known if and when FX will issue a Season 8 renewal, Season 7 ended on quite the cliffhanger, with Sterling Archer (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) laying presumably dead in a Los Angeles pool, his body riddled with bullets. As we await the fate of Archer Season »
FX's animated spy comedy "Archer" is one of those shows eccentric enough that you can believe the stories that the show's producers have been floating the idea of a live-action adaptation to be produced after the show wraps.
"It's all up to whatever Adam [Reed] wants to do, but he and I have definitely talked about it. I think we talk about it once every two years. We vacillate between if you do it, why are you doing the TV show? And should it be live-action, or should it be cartoon? The talk is there, we just still haven't decided. I don't think there will be a movie before the last episode of Archer airs on TV. I don't think »
- Garth Franklin
With more than 31 years. experience across all areas of sound post production, Angus has been involved in 147 feature films and over 300 hours of television. .
Commencing his career at Sound on Film, Robertson managed and operated the Adr and Foley Stage for Spectrum Films from the mid 1980s. .
Since then he has both freelanced as a sound supervisor, editor, recording engineer and mixer. .
In 2007, Robertson joined Deluxe Australia »
- Staff Writer
It is old home week at Freeform's new Dead of Summer TV series. The show, created by Lost vets/Once Upon a Time creators, Adam Horrowitz and Eddy Kitsis and Once producer Ian B. Goldberg, just cast Elizabeth Mitchell and Elizabeth Lail. The duo joins Zelda Williams, Mark Indelicato, Alberto Frezza, Eli Goree, Ronen Rubinstein, and Paulina Singer.
Mitchell, who has been cast as Dead of Summer's camp owner, Deb, played Juliet Burke on Lost. She also guest-starred on Once Upon a Time, opposite Lail's Anna, during the fourth season's Frozen arc. On Dead of Summer, Lail will play Amy, a clever but nervous newbie Camp Clearwater counselor.
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6 items from 2016
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