Gorilla sit down with Paul Vernon to chat about low budget filmmaking, the trials and tribulations of entering film festivals and his new film, A Film By Abigail.
Monthly Archives: July, 2014
As we’re told that society is becoming more equal between the sexes, study reveals the number of women working in film is actually falling.
It’s competition time! Competition time! Everyone get excited! And now get serious because Northwest, a new film from Michael Noer, is no laughing matter.
Voodoo and ‘70s blaxploitation collide in Sugar Hill, from a time when zombies were spiritual agents of death and destruction, rather than simple victims of a virus outbreak.
Distraction tells the story of a post-rehab writer struggling to finish a script for a boss he hates, and instead picking up a prostitute. Writing is always easier with a prostitute!
In an age of netflix and social media and impending doom the humble cinema might seem to be on a hiding to nothing. But Close Up, in Brick Lane, are fighting back.
Gorilla previously covered Niles Heckman’s Kickstarter campaign for a short sci-fi-romance film back in January, and we were glad, if unsurprised, to see it gain traction.
CornerHart is a short film that sees director Eddie Saint-Jean try out a technique used by Ingmar Bergman in The Passion of Anna.
The Bird is a beautifully composed short film which deftly engages with how the fallout of a loved one’s death can impact on those left behind, in often very contrasting ways.
An essay on the psychology of Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Were you left feeling frustrated? Well, that was kind of the point. Warning: this article is very thorough, and thus contains spoilers.