This campaign was successful! In the film, starring Anthony Rapp and Jonathan Bennett, two men are forced to deal with their many differences on the eve of their wedding day. It is important to note that this film is not about two men getting married. It's about two people getting married, and they both happen to… Continue reading Help ‘Do You Take This Man’ Across the Threshold
As the Sundance Film Festival kicks off its 32nd year, we bring you 10 facts about Sundance. The first Utah/U.S. Film Festival took place in August 1978 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1985, Sundance Institute took control of the U.S. Film Festival. They expanded the festival to 10 days and shifted focus to American independent… Continue reading 10 Facts about Sundance
In light of the recent Deadpool debacle, I'm dusting off this post I wrote for another blog about two years back. When Titanic was released in theaters, I was just a few months shy of 13 and my parents had absolutely no problem allowing me to watch it. They trusted in the movie ratings system (regulated by… Continue reading Are All R-Rated Films Created Equal?
Jan 19 edit: SUCCESS! This campaign raised 123% of its initial goal and has become eligible for indiegogo's InDemand service, which means the donations don't have to stop yet. The more they make, the more they have for both festivals and charities. Down and Out's campaign is just over £1100 ($1500) from its goal with less than… Continue reading Crowdfunding Campaign Comes Down to the Wire
The Indywood Films Crew are less than 7 hours away from the end of their final 60 hour no-sleep tweetathon! Perks start at £5/~$7.78.
I first learned of Antony Lane’s Indywood Project when he began following me on twitter in May 2009. I followed him back and joined the project soon after. I have stuck by him for the past 2+ yrs because of his undying and infectious enthusiasm, which definitely comes through in the following interview: Tell us… Continue reading Interview with AD Lane of Indywood Films