Comic-Con International’s Independent Film Festival gave out awards to Brett Whitcomb’s GLOW documentary, James Moran’s short film Lost Rites and several more.
This year’s Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival features Brett Whitcomb’s documentary GLOW, plus a ton of great genre short films that screen all day and night.
The 2011 Comic-Con Film Festival handed out 8 awards in genre-based categories, such as Best Action Adventure Film, Animated Film and more.
So, per tradition, at the end of my day I headed into the con’s little recognized and commented on film festival. Of course, they weren’t showing films during this time. However, first I caught the tail end of a panel discussion with actual military guys who act as official liasions and advisors to Hollywood films.
Not here to sell or shill anything. Just here to talk about awesome ’70s comics. As I type this Walt’s talking about getting first publshed in Weird War Tales, for a story by Len Wein, who is also on this panel.
Yes, it’s a laughing clown. Also, changed my mind about panels. Trying to get into at least one comic-themed one. Film posting content this year = zero. Unless you count the laughing clown, which has something to do with Charles Band.
1. Friday is just as insanely crowded as when I used to come on Saturdays. 2. Been here an hour and have seen about 50 dudes dressed as Doctor Who, which is about 50 more than I’ve seen in previous years. 3. The one mainstream panel I was interested in has an insane line, meaning
Today marks the Underground Film Journal’s 3rd annual one-day trip to San Diego’s Comic-Con media convergence. One of these years, I’ll up it to two-days. This year, I’m mostly curious about two things. 1. This is the first time I’m going on a Friday and not on a Saturday. So, I’m wondering if my experience will
The Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival runs along with the convention and features films by Waylon Bacon, Tim Russ and more.
The man from the House of Ideas, Stan Lee, takes on the man from the House of Bad Taste, Lloyd Kaufman, in a five-minute insult-a-thon.