In part 2 of his account of making a short film, director Mark Warren encounters problems with recording dates and crew members dropping out. But he does get a free breakfast!
Monthly Archives: October, 2012
Temple Wood calls itself an ‘experimental folk-Horror B-Movie mystery’, which sounds pretty exciting. In reality it’s a very flawed film, but it’s not without it’s charm.
The second part of Siddhi Sundar’s critical analysis of Harmony Korine and his more recent films.
Crater Face is a beautifully simple animated short film about an astronaut who risks his life to bring two moon pimples together in the name of love.
Mise en Scène is all about putting stuff in the scene as part of the language of cinema. Simple, right? Wrong.
A hugely engrossing, innovative, fast-paced short film told, Internet Story is about a treasure hunt on the internet that quickly becomes a sinister mystery
Clooney! Depp! Streep! Radioman! They all feature in this documentary about one of the New York film scene’s best known personalities. And one who’s had more than his fair share of struggles in life.
Play Dead is short film about zombies and dogs. But can the team bring anything new to the well-worn zombie film genre?
Harmony Korine is the living manifestation of risk. His movies are wrought with nauseating graphics and revolting vulgarity. Siddhi Sundar explains why we should care.