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Filmmaker Mike Davis (Sex Galaxy and President Wolfman) poses with his white cat, The Girl.
Elvis Presley is recruited by video pirates to stop Moses and his Copyright Commandments in Soda_Jerk’s staggering remix of movies, Hollywood Burn.
The Chicago Underground Film Festival announced the members of the 3-panel jury serving for their 21st annual edition, one of whom is Mike Everleth, Executive Editor of the Underground Film Journal.
Independent filmmakers, including Dominic Deacon, Nathan Wrann and Bob Moricz, engage in a lively and spirited discussion on the future of digital distribution.
Cult movie director Crispin Glover has released the first three images promoting his latest directorial effort, which as of this writing remains nameless. The film stars himself and his father Bruce Glover.
All filmed content ends up on the Internet, so filmmakers should really challenge their personal issues of identity to figure out what they want to create in our digital world.
Jan. 16: A Dangerous Cure is the debut feature film by director Kevin Jarvis and is an experimental horror movie shot on 16mm that examines the economic recession of 2001 in New York City.
The Underground Film Journal has long had a fancy for apartment buildings with names, so Matthew Rankin’s I Dream of Driftwood scratches a most perfect itch for us. This short experimental film is a hectic tour around Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, focusing on buildings such as Morgan Manor, The Moorgate and, our favorite, Gary Manor.
Ordinary people are asked to describe their fantasies about death and murder, then are given the opportunity to act their scenarios out in short films as either a victim or a murderer.
Jan. 3: Rona Mark’s 3rd feature film, Objects Attack!, will be screening at NYC’s Anthology Film Archive with the filmmaker in attendance.