Macedonian filmmaker Teona Mitevska’s film Gospod postoi, imeto i’ e Petrunija or God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya, begins on an ordinary…
Filmmaker Robert Machoian recruited his father Bruce Graham and this three sons Arri, Ezra, and Jonah to create the short film The Minors. The Writer/Director/Producer spoke with Neil Kendricks about the end result: the film not only gave Machoian’s family an opportunity to combine quality time with creating cinematic art, but The Minors premiered at Sundance winning a Short Film Jury Award for directing. Not bad for a family with artistic aspirations finding an audience on the film-festival circuit.
In this interview, co-writers and co-directors Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Kathleen Hepburn talk with Michele Meek at Berlinale about some of the aesthetic and practical choices that went into making the film The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open.
In this final installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Actress/Writer/Producer Kisha Barr, who has appeared in many television, film, and commercials. Kisha talks to Lauren about current projects, lessons learned, and about what inspires her.
In this installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Writer/Director Christina Kallas on her new film Paris in Harlem as well as earlier works: 42 Seconds of Happiness and The Rainbow Experiment. Kallas shares her cinematic influences and offers advice to emergent filmmakers and artists.
In this installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Autumn Moran, a New York based cinematographer who has worked in multiple mediums. Autumn talks with Lauren about her mentors and heroes, current film projects, and about lessons worth imparting to the next generation of DP’s.
In this installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Joanna Pickering, a New York based filmmaker and activist who has worked in television, film, stage, and radio. Joanna has made over 20 independent films and is currently co-starring in Pelleas. Joanna talks with Sowa about this project and about her many collaborations with inspiring creative women.
In this installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Lauren Atkins, creator of the award-winning web series My Friends Think I am Funny. Atkins founded NYC Web Fest after recognizing there were several festivals showcasing digital series on the west coast but nothing in New York. After a successful launch in 2014, NYC Web Fest continues to gain in size and momentum, with guests flying in from around the world. Here Atkins talks with Sowa about her creative influences and her approach to challenges.
Rebecca Reynolds speaks with 2018 10 to Watch winner Jeremiah Zagar on his narrative debut We the Animals.