Will there ever be an underground film revolution? No! So, don’t try to tear down any walls and just keep plugging away at the culture.
Underground Film Resources
Via the culture blog Potrzebie, we learn that the above animation from an old episode of Sesame Street was storyboarded by the late, great humor artist Harvey Kurtzman, thus combining three of the Underground Film Journal’s favorite things: Underground comix, cartoons and old Sesame Street bits. Click through to Potzrebie to view some large and […]
Austin’s legendary Alamo Drafthouse has a rule: Don’t talk or text during a movie or they’ll kick you out. Well, one chick texted during a movie. They kicked her out. And she leaves one of the most brutally hilarious angry voice mails of all time. So, they turned it into a promotional ad. (I particularly […]
Mike Everleth, editor of the Underground Film Journal, was recently interviewed by film journalist Kenton Smith for Uptown Magazine, a weekly arts & news publication based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Mike was questioned about the extensive experimental film scene based in Winnipeg, which he writes about with some regularity on the Underground Film Journal. Winnipeg […]
The Underground Film Journal has uploaded the second video in a series of promos for the site. That’s it embedded below. Please consider watching this one as it’s way more extensive and expensive than the first video. Between the music licensing, mall location fee, paying a large cast, on-set tutors, massive craft services for everyone, […]
Mike Everleth, editor of the Underground Film Journal, has his second essay up on the Project: New Cinephilia website, hosted by this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. The essay is entitled “Slow! Cinephiles Writing!,” which refers to the importance of substantial, serious critical film analysis to exist on the web alongside cheap, quick movie industry […]
Bad Lit: The Journal of Underground Film is taking a stab at the world of online video promotion. You can watch the site’s first endeavor, which runs only about :30 seconds, below.
The Underground Film Journal’s first entry in the Project: New Cinephilia roundtable is now online. In the piece, editor Mike Everleth ruminates on his zine background, why he writes about the underground and wonders if “cinephilia” even needs the cinema anymore. Project: New Cinephilia is a collection of essays on modern film writing and how […]
Mike Everleth, the editor of the Underground Film Journal, is honored to have been asked to participate in a new online discussion forum called Project: New Cinephilia, which is being sponsored by the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Mike will be taking part in a virtual “roundtable” discussion with other with other online film writers Neil […]
The Underground Film Journal recently launched an exciting new feature now included with all of the site’s movie reviews: Reader Ratings!