Paul Von Stoetzel is directing his first ever feature-length fictional narrative, called A Method, and has given the Underground Film Journal a brief interview about the film and a small gallery of set photographs.
Chatting with Neil Ira Needleman, one of the most prolific and stylistically diverse filmmakers working in the independent film world today.
Bill Plympton, the world’s hardest-working animator, answers some questions about self-distributing his latest film, Idiots & Angels.
Filmmaker Raymond Salvatore Harmon has founded the Equinox Festival, which explores modern spirituality. I talked to him on the issue of spiritualism in film.
With no formal filmmaking background, Ryan Harper made an impressive directing debut with the underground horror film Circulation, which I ask him about here.
Jack Sargeant, author of Naked Lens: Beat Cinema, answers some questions about the book and at what place the Beats stand in the history of underground film.
Horror movie screenwriter and producer Brian Patrick O’Toole talks about making the films Evilution and Basement Jack, plus the upcoming The Necropolitan.
Joshua Brown discusses his filmmaking background and what specifically led him to make this ambitious underground film, Altamont Now.
Here’s a brief interview with festival director David Pike to see how the first ever Arizona Underground Film Festival went. (Hint: It was a success.)
In this brief interview, David Pike discusses what goes into starting a new underground film festival and just who in his right mind would attempt it.