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The Microbudget Conversation: What Is Our End Goal?

20 December 2011 7:12 AM, PST | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

As the editor of this column it is my job to choose the contributors, shape the voice, and move the column in a forward direction. The last post really struck up a good conversation, and it is now clear that my decision to move the blog in a new direction would be a welcome change. This does not mean, however, that we will stop talking with micro-budget filmmakers on timely topics and take the time to check in on their latest projects. Despite what some people feel, one of the functions of this column is to help contributing filmmakers get the word out about their latest endeavors, fundraising, and upcoming releases. This is not a thinly veiled attempt at advertising — this is just good form. I will be working hard to add new voices like genre, documentary, and perspectives of industry professionals, as well as more diary entries from filmmakers »

- John Yost

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R.A. Mihailoff is Hooked on Axelle Carolyn!

7 September 2011 1:08 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

And who could blame him? An incredibly smart, talented, and sexy chick who's big time into horror movies? Talk about the catch of the day! Speaking of which, we have the first look at Axelle's latest short film starring the big man himself, R.A. Mihailoff, entitled Hooked for ya!

With a tagline of "There's Always a Bigger Fish", Hooked will be available online beginning this Thursday, September 8th. The flick stars Mihailoff along with the lovely Clare Grant. Will Barratt (Hatchet, Frozen) handled director of photography duties, and Joe Bishara (Insidious) doled out the tunes.

"It's a very silly, very brief little twist on the slasher genre," says Carolyn. "We shot it in a few hours on a beach in La just before 4th of July. I just wanted to make something very different from my previous short, The Last Post (review here), which was sad and emotional."

Check out the first stills below, »

- Uncle Creepy

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