3 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
Michelle Herbert reviews Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits by David Wong…
David Wong is mainly known for his first novel, John Dies at the End, and although there are similarities in his writing style, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits is a more coherent story set in a whole new world, where zany events happen and no one blinks an eye. In this story, it could easily be set as a possible future for us, but if it is, I couldn’t tell you if this was 50 years in the future or much later.
Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits follows female protagonist Zoey Ashe’s journey as she finds herself being hunted for an inheritance that she never knew existed. With a contract out for her (which doesn’t seem to specify if she needs to be dead or alive), Zoey will have to work out who she can trust to help keep her alive. »
- Amie Cranswick
Hey y’all! I’m back to-
“Shaun Of The Dead!” someone shouts.
Alright, alright, settle down now. Settle down. I’ve got something to tell you. A lot of you know what I’m about to say. Some of you might sense what’s coming. Regardless, let’s all take a knee.
Deep breath in.
Deep breath out.
…Shaun Of The Dead is almost 12 years old.
I know. It hurts. We’re super old and it’s a problem. Kids who were born the day Shaun came out are in secondary school. They’ve probably hit puberty. They’re feeling weird feelings about each other that they can’t explain. Their parents are probably starting to piss them off. Their parents who are probably us. We could be the parents of »
3 items from 2016
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