Article Archive for October 2011
Some Halloween ideas for fans of the great German expressionist monsters.
Films that reference ‘faith’ or ‘cults’ in unique and informative ways.
Spending 21 days on the silent horror classic.
God’s Land has been a long haul, exhausting but ultimately rewarding—it reminds me of when I used to run marathons.
Fandor reviews three French films playing this weekend at the San Francisco Film Society’s “French Cinema Now” series.
These films are often overlooked. Shall we open up that creepy cabinet in the corner?
Critic-turned-actor Glenn Kenny compares his work on Preston Miller’s God’s Land with working on Steven Soderbergh’s “The Girlfriend Experience.”
We are over halfway through shooting God’s Land now—and seeing light at the end of the tunnel for some of our principal actors.
Even though writer/director Preston Miller is part of the thriving American microbudget film scene, his similarities with most filmmakers in the “movement” begin and end with the economics.
Matthew Chiu, age eight, who has never acted in a feature film before, is working himself up for a scene where he has to attack another child actor
Any movie you’re watching with five people or 500 hundred people in a public setting is not YOURS.
Our latest shoot involves night exteriors. I think it was Repo Man director Alex Cox who said that for all the pain that has been put upon screenwriters over the years, they have the sweetest revenge when they write the words “EXTERIOR: NIGHT”