Olympia

For those with on-screen careers their “history” is preserved through their performances. We watch them grow before our eyes and we can remember the first time we ever saw them. It is through that lens as well that makes it difficult to separate the person we watch from the person they are behind closed doors. … Continue reading Olympia

The Jesus Rolls

There is a rolodex filled with interesting characters introduced to us by Joel & Ethan Coen, The Coen brothers: H.I. played by Nicolas Cage in Raising Arizona, Anton Chigurh played by Javier Bardem in No Country For Old Men or Marge Gunderson played by Frances McDormand in Fargo. My personal favorite would have to be … Continue reading The Jesus Rolls

Clover

The newest film by writer/director duo Michael Testone and Jon Abrahams, Clover, has arrived on streaming/VOD platforms. It follows two Irish brothers, Mickey played by Abrahams (Scary Movie) and Jackie played by Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) as they try to outwit the Italian Mob led by Tony played by Chazz Palminteri (A … Continue reading Clover

Olympic Dreams

One of the perks of making films is being able to travel to places you may otherwise never have a chance to visit which also serves as an escape for the viewer. There have been films before telling the stories of Olympians and the spectacle that is the Olympic Games but for the first time … Continue reading Olympic Dreams

Feast of the Seven Fishes

With the holidays approaching so with it does a slew of holiday themed specials and films to ring in the season. Of course with everything merry come some lumps of coal resulting in a slight disdain of these types of films. Some are cheesy, over the top and repetitive giving viewers a stale taste of … Continue reading Feast of the Seven Fishes

Corporate Animals

Morning huddles, after closing meetings, petty gossip and uninspired gathering/events seem to be the staple of any standard 9-5 job especially those in an office environment. Living it myself I cringe watching shows/films like The Office and Office Space. It is its own bubble and environment that is ripe for satire and some workplace violence … Continue reading Corporate Animals

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