Brent Green’s live-action animated Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then is, simply put, the most audacious, visually powerful movie of the year.
The 3rd annual Minneapolis Underground Film Festival will run Dec. 3-5 and screen films by Carlos Atanes, Michael Peterson, Drew Balduc and more.
The outrageous BUTFF will screen the best trash cinema from around the world, with films by Carlos Atanes, Kenta McGrath, Stuart Simpson and more.
Maximum Shame by Carlos Atanes is a post-apocalyptic puzzle of a film in which the characters are completely humiliated beyond recognition.
Carlos Atanes’ latest short film, the abstract horror film Scream Queen, is a completely demented affair starring a demonic Aranxta Pena.
The 7th Backseat Film Festival in Philadelphia is screening Brian Lonano’s Attackazoids, Joshua von Brown’s Altamont Now, Rona Mark’s Strange Girls and more.
While I post a lot of individual videos on the Underground Film Journal, filmmakers are posting way more videos online than I can write about and promote. Check ’em out!
Aleister Crowley’s two most famous filmmaking “disciples” are underground legends Kenneth Anger and Harry Smith, but don’t count out Raymond Salvatore Harmon.
Spanish underground filmmaker Carlos Atanes has combined horror movies and donuts into one film for a little vision of heaven.
Nothing else this year could compare to the sheer anarchic joy of Altamont Now by Joshua von Brown, a relentlessly punk rockin’ good time.