How can films provide a more immersive, and ultimately more fulfilling, experience for audiences?
The first few weeks of South by Southwest are divided into two camps, Interactive and Film, but a discussion on the emerging genre of interactive storytelling finds itself at the intersection of both.
Vacation! All he ever wanted: Warhol sleaze, French blood baths and unhinged characters acting out titillating scenarios.
It’s safe to say that filmmaker Zach Clark has a twisted sense of humor that tends towards the outrageous or just plain shocking. This is evident in his own productions as well as the movies he watches for pleasure, a potent mix of ’70s cult films, campy sexploitation throwbacks and deviant anarchic comedies.
Ted concludes his conversation with Go Into The Story, offering up resources for screenwriters, hope for the “creator class” and a call for change.
“I hope to find partners who believe in the mission that the creators and their supporters should be the direct financial beneficiaries of the work they create.” – Ted Hope
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is A Bullet for the General directed by Damiano Damiani.
“When the bullet turns red, the general will be dead!”
Eclectic and eccentric films that inspire the artist and touch the soul.
Fandor Data Integrity Specialist Jasmyn Wong is painfully hip: tattooed to the hilt, an animal on the drums and, come rain or shine, always sporting some pretty spiffy vintage threads. She’s also a renaissance girl at heart, a lover of music, film, and the arts. One of her greatest passions is watching eccentric and emotionally moving films that speak to her artistic sensibilities.
Fandor’s Liz Ogilvie shares essential tips and tricks for getting the word out. By Lee Jameson.
Your film’s in the can—now what? Lee Jameson, the Film Education Coordinator at Film Independent, recently asked marketing guru Liz Ogilvie about the right way to promote an indie film. We’ve republished their conversation here, a must-read for the independent filmmakers and producers out there looking for a little bit of guidance.
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is the short documentary Phantom Limb directed by Jay Rosenblatt.
“A 28-minute tour de force… a beautiful and original exploration of grief and loss.”
– Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle