The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Filmmaking has never been known to be an easy undertaking. The work involved from beginning to end is tedious and unrelenting; the passion behind seeing it through till the end pushes a filmmaker forward. There are numerous reasons why projects may never get off the ground though and fall into “development hell”. In reality the … Continue reading The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Patrick

Animals in films tend to be on the funnier, joyful side of the scale. Their level of enjoyment though can border on tender/heart warming to just plain drivel/repetitive story. It takes a good story and careful balance from being on the shelf or the dollar bin. Luckily, Patrick has enough in its corner to keep … Continue reading Patrick

Dead Ant

There is no wrong in wanting to turn the brain cells off every now and again when watching a film; from slashers, druggies, misadventures and anything else under the sun some flicks are just meant for pure dumb fun enjoyment. Serious, nail biting suspense thrillers and horror films will always have a place but so … Continue reading Dead Ant

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

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

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)

Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town

What would you do to obtain what you believe will change your life for the better? That is the question… at least I think it is, somewhat, behind first time feature writer/director Christian Papierniak’s film Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town. I say somewhat because of Izzy, played by Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire, … Continue reading Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town

Egg – Tribeca Film Festival 2018

We all wake up in the morning thinking that it will just be an ordinary day; there is no accounting for a simple twist of fate or random act. Just one choice can alter our entire future and steamroll a chain of events that changes our course of life. An entry in the 2018 Tribeca … Continue reading Egg – Tribeca Film Festival 2018