Eva Vives – Writer / Producer / Director of All About Nina

Film Trailer: Audio Interview w/ Eva Vives TTF: You have written, produced and directed short films in the past, what was the transition going into your first feature? EV: Sure, I mean I’ve been primarily a screenwriter for most of my life. That’s just something that I’ve been doing you know for money and there’s … Continue reading Eva Vives – Writer / Producer / Director of All About Nina

All About Nina

No one’s life is all sunshine with rainbows and most of us tend to know that harsh reality. We all deal with issues that we carry with us everywhere we go but we also have the ability to manage them accordingly. What happens though when your life is out in the public eye and on … Continue reading All About Nina

American Dresser

There is a certain lifestyle I believe that surrounds owning a motorcycle. I feel there comes a sense of freedom and a different perspective on the world. Films and televisions shows like Easy Rider, The Wild One and Sons of Anarchy have captured this lifestyle of the rebel attitude. The newest entry in the motorcycle … Continue reading American Dresser

Colette

Handling of a biopic can be difficult for filmmakers. Problems of the right actor and most importantly what story of theirs to tell can make or break a film. In watching the latest film from director Wash Westmoreland Colette starring Keira Knightley (Bend It Like Beckham, Pirates of the Caribbean) there is no denying the … Continue reading Colette

MDMA

One constant that anyone can attest to is we all have messed up families. It shapes and molds us into the people we become for better or worse. In her first feature MDMA Angie Wang wrote, produced and directed. It follows her life events when attending college in the 1980s and how she made her … Continue reading MDMA

Blood Fest

One of my favorite film genres like many others would be horror. From the silent era with films like Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari to horror icons such as Ash Williams, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers. Regardless of people’s opinions of the genre it does take skill when making a horror … Continue reading Blood Fest

Silencer

Action films are a mainstay in the film world and there are countless films out there that pack a solid punch. The problem with such a favorable genre is the dilution of films that simply do not meet the bar. Films found in the dollar bin or the checkout at the supermarket are likely to … Continue reading Silencer

Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story

  With so much content out there it is an honest assumption that not everything is enjoyed by the masses; whether it be personal views or simply because the topic/story is of no interest to them. That said I have never been interested in makeup, maybe special effects but never in the sense of tv/print … Continue reading Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story

Far From the Tree

With so much concern over where people come from or what religion they follow it is important to remember there is one constant among us all and that is family. Regardless of gender or race a parent’s love for their child is one of the strongest bonds there is. As much as we wish our … Continue reading Far From the Tree

Yellow Submarine (1968)

Due for a re-release this summer with restored visuals and soundtrack The Beatles animated musical journey Yellow Submarine will be hitting screens again for his its 50th anniversary. Acclaimed for its wild animation, comedic antics and gorgeous soundtrack the film follows the people of Pepper Land seeking help from the villainous Blue Meanies who despise … Continue reading Yellow Submarine (1968)