Ed Halter has graciously donated to the Underground Film Archive the program books for almost every edition of the New York Underground Film Festival. While this donation does not include the still-elusive program for the first edition of the fest in 1994, it does begin with the 2nd edition held in 1995 at the Anthology […]
Watch Streaming Films By Daniel Martinico:
Los Angeles is a city where dreams are made. But, for most people looking to find a career in the entertainment industry, this town can become an unending nightmare. The torture of an L.A. working actor’s existence is exquisitely captured in Daniel Martinico’s Ok, Good.
An unassuming actor struggles with his career as he trudges from one demoralizing TV commercial audition to the next all the while letting his inner rage silently build up in himself.
Get an up close and personal and intense look at the Los Angeles audition process in filmmaker Daniel Martinico’s debut feature film Ok, Good, which is now out on VOD.
The 6th annual Minneapolis Underground Film Festival, running on Oct. 3-6, does a fantastic job of screening movies by local Minnesota filmmakers, including Mark Nielson, Adam Jacobs, Dave Ash, Donny West and Phil Holbrook.
The 19th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival includes feature-length experiments by Robert Todd and Soda_Jerk, plus work by Reynold Reynolds, Bryan Boyce, Sabine Gruffat, Ben Rivers and more.
The monumental 18th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival will screen films by Usama Alshaibi, Jeff Krulik, Marie Losier, and more.
The lucky 13th annual Antimatter Film Festival is screening the debut feature by Ben Russell and shorts by Martha Colburn, Todd Verow and more.
PRISM index is a new multi-media zine with CD and DVD that includes films by Mike Kuchar, Azazel Jacobs and a dozen more filmmakers.