For The Hunger Games Soundtrack
I feel both the books and movies are excellent. It is nice to see that the music is going to be as well.
To Portray Hackers More Realistically
I caught word of this one via Boing! Boing! A movie about hackers that would more accurately depict them. I was enticed enough to surf to the movie’s Kickstarter Page. I thought well enough of the trailer to embed it below. The Root Kit does look to be a movie I would want to see. I also think I like the short description:
“Rogue computer hackers discover a plot to monitor everyone on the Internet. They fight back.”
They don’t have much time left and a good way to go. Please, if you can, give this one a thought, a tweet or a few dollars.
New Zombie Film Describes as Mad Max plus Zombies!
I must warn you I am extremely biased on this one. First, I love Boing! Boing! Second, I love Cory Doctorow who pointed this one out in a post at Boing! Boing! I love independent film. I also loved Mad Max and I love zombie movies… Admit it, even if they are bad, they are still good.
So how could an independent-indie-go-go-funded-zombies-meets-Mad-Max movie ever go wrong? Well, when I first got wind of this, they still needed some kick starter cash and, by the time of this draft, they reached their goal. I guess that means at least a few others feel the same way.
Midnight Spookshow and BioGamer Girl is proud to present the first annual Spookies! 2011 was a great year for horror, but now it is time to decide who and what was the best of the best. Over the last two months, you have voted for your favorite horror films, television shows, video games and more. Now it is time to find out who is the spookiest of them all!
An Interview with Corrisa Bragg
Recently, I got a chance to interview my friend Corissa Bragg a local singer/songwriter and actress. We chatted a bit about acting, music, her upcoming journey to India, and her last hurrah here in Cleveland before the big trip.
Bragg recently stared in “My City” a short that follows a young musician on a course of self discovery as she decides what to do with her future. The film was written and directed by local filmmaker Kyle Retter and was shot in partnership with Shoot It Already Films this summer. It will be premiering at Arts in Collinwood December 28, 2011, at 7 o’clock and admission is free. Come early for some great food, drink, and a chance to hang out with the cast and crew, doors open at 6.
Stunt Men and Actors
This particular interview is with Brenden Potter and Mitchell Mack. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
This particular interview is with a dude that goes by “The Blurry Dude”. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Listen in as The Blurry Dude gives us the full story of how this vidcast which reviews things indie came to be. He also gives some excellent advice for those who wish to podcast and vidcast. So join Lump and Blurry Dude as we talk new media order and tech. Be sure and check out his work at The Blurry Dude.
Alan Clay and Stewert Fulljames and Butterfly Crush
This particular interview is with Alan Clay and Stewert Fulljames. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Mr. Clay is a published author and is the writer, director and producer of the the film “Butterfly Crush” which won first place feature drama at this year’s gathering. Mr. Fulljames is the art director for the film. This duo trekked all the way from New Zealand for this year’s event and were gracious enough to give us about 20 minutes of their time for this interview. Join us by listening in as they talk about the film, this awesome event and the new media order.
This particular interview is with William McGrath who is an indie film buff. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
William was kind enough to give us about 20 minutes of his time. Time he could have used doing what he loves to do, watching indie films. He was attending this event courtesy of WCSB. This was Mr. McGrath’s third year attending this awesome event and he was kind enough to give us his thoughts on the event and also give us his opinion on the following films:
Indie Nation listeners, we are sure you are familiar with Moth Man and his team who grace this station with Midnight Spookshow each and every Wednesday night. We are please to report that the show has been nominated for best film podcast at the Podcast Awards.
So please, get on over to the site and vote for this awesome podcast once a day between now and October 27, 2011. (That’s right folks you can vote once per day.)
An Interview with Producer, Writer, Director, and Cinematographer, Taylor Trimarchi
This particular interview is with Taylor Trimarchi (IMDb). He is a producer, director, writer, cinematographer and editor. This is one of many interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Taylor’s had two films in this year’s competition. He placed first in both the micro horror and short drama/comedy categories. Taylor has been doing quite a bit in indie film for a good number of years. Taylor is also the director of The Reel Show. You can find out more about the films he has created at his Vimeo Page. You can follow and connect with Mr. Trimarchi on Twitter and at LinkedIn.
Taylor also works with Shoot It Already Films and director Zac Jones. He also participated, as a cinematographer, in this year’s 48 Hour Film Project with the entry “Blanket Party”. You can also check out his newest endeavor, a web video comic series, “Cannibals and Kings” which is expected to launch very soon.