Publisher/editor Mike White is planning a new edition of his classic film zine, Cashiers du Cinemart, and is looking for article submissions. Cashiers has long been the premiere publication on cult movies, interviews with under-appreciated filmmakers, reconsiderations of unloved movies, pop culture analyses of forgotten film classics and other essays about the fringes of cinematic culture.
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Cashiers du Cinemart #16 is the new print edition of the legendary cult movie zine, which has articles on killer cars, interviews and more.
Mike White is going on a book signing and movie screening tour of New York, Boston, Providence and more to promote his Impossibly Funky.
The 9th annual Cinekink Film Festival in NYC is screening short films by Robert G. Putka, Mike White, T. Arthur Cottam and more.
I’ve uncovered two films that screened at the 2nd annual New York Underground Film Festival: Cracking Up and Dirty Money.
Impossibly Funky collects the best articles from the seminal film zine Cashiers du Cinemart by Mike White, covering films like Black Shampoo and more.
In 1993, Michigan filmmaker Mike White made the controversial Who Do You Think You’re Fooling?, which charges Quentin Tarantino with plagiarism.