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FilmInt on the Underground: Ten Minutes with Johnny Simmons (on The Phenom)

FilmInt on the Underground is a blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers and other talent. By Roy Koriakin. Here goes a ten-minute interview with Johnny Simmons, the lead of a new baseball movie, The Phenom. Ten minutes is a very short amount of time for an interview. He was working on a movie set, so that’s […]

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FilmInt on the Underground: Art and Sacrifice in Artworkers

FilmInt on the Underground is a blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers. By April L. Smith. Andrzej Jachimczyck’s documentary Artworkers is less than twenty minutes long, yet in that short span of time, the film manages to cover so much history through subtle layering and narration. Artworkers is an exploration of the labor and artistry that […]

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FilmInt on the Underground: Simon Anderson and Patrick Walsh on Morning Is Broken

FilmInt on the Underground is a blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers. An Interview by Tom Ue. Directed by Simon Anderson, and produced by Elisabeth Hopper and James Northcote, Morning is Broken was selected as part of the BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival, the British Council fiveFilms4freedom series, the Inside Out Toronto Festival, and mostly recently the […]

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FilmInt on the Underground: Everyday Terror in A Dark Souvenir

FilmInt on the Underground is a blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers. By April L. Smith. Modern horror films have tended to fall back on gore or jump scares to evoke fear in the viewer. Matthew Pillischer’s A Dark Souvenir uses none of these tricks of genre, instead harkening back to the slow buildup of 70s and early […]

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FilmInt on the Underground: A Cinematic World to Come

FilmInt on the Underground is a new blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers. By April L. Smith. Directors Trevor Mowchun and Daniel Eskin’s World to Come is a stark, beautifully shot study on the grief and guilt that underlies a quiet Jewish community. The film unfolds slowly as a series of images that convey the complex emotions […]

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FilmInt on the Underground: Michael Fredianelli and the Grittiness of Genre

FilmInt on the Underground is a new blog dedicated to emerging filmmakers. By April L. Smith. An interest in classic and obscure films led director Michael Fredianelli to filmmaking. While working in an office, Fredianelli set a goal of completing one half hour short per month during the weekends. He admits that his initial efforts to […]

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