For this week’s project profile we have filmmakers Christopher and Christine Kezelos, who are currently working on their upcoming film, The Sasquatch of Jackson Farm. Be sure to check out and support their Kickstarter campaign here.
Also check out our interview with Christopher and Christine Kezelos on next week’s “Meet the Filmmaker” segment from the Us Vs Film Podcast where we review Unexpected.
For this week’s project profile we have filmmakers Tom Connolly and Julian Buchan, who are currently working on their upcoming short film, “Anna.” Be sure to check out and support their Kickstarter campaign here.
Also check out our interview with Tom Connolly and Julian Buchan on this week’s “Meet the Filmmaker” segment from the newest episode of the Us Vs Film Podcast where we review Results.
We were lucky to catch a screener of the animated film, Cheatin’ and also talk to the film’s director, Bill Plympton. Be sure to catch the film in select theaters and on Vimeo!
Usvsfilm: Your hard work really shows in Cheatin’. It’s very unique and it’s like a one of a kind story. I’m sure the script is structured differently from other films, so what was your process of getting it ready like and set for production?
We were luck to catch a screening of the film 5 to 7 from IFC Films and talk to the film’s director, Victor Levin, and lead actress, Berenice Marlohe. Be sure to check out the film in theaters now! Mild Spoilers
Usvsfilm: I love all the long takes and hearing the dialogue fill in the scenery throughout the film. Can you talk about some of the inspirations you had maybe in real life or movie-wise that created the whole environment in 5 to 7?
For this week’s project profile we have filmmaker Spencer Woodhouse, who is currently working on his upcoming film, The Quest for Perpetual Bliss. Be sure to check out and support his Kickstarter campaign here.
Also check back tomorrow to hear our interview with Spencer Woodhouse on the “Meet the Filmmaker” segment of the Us vs Film Podcast Episode 113 – Foxcatcher.
I consistently talk about limiting your short’s length and dialogue, but being an exception to the rule is always something special. The conversation throughout this gem feels so organic, its rich with the nostalgia of remembering all those nights you were out too late when you were younger (the nights they reminisce).