Brent Green’s live-action animated Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then is, simply put, the most audacious, visually powerful movie of the year.
Waylon Bacon’s Help Wanted is a disturbingly hilarious walk through the worst first job ever, processing corpses in a grimy warehouse.
Sept. 26: The Berkeley Video and Film Festival will screen the world premiere of Waylon Bacon’s horrific and hilarious movie Help Wanted.
Indie*Cine*Shack, a new 1-night only screening of short films curated by Nara Denning, will include clips from Waylon Bacon’s Help Wanted.
Here’s a great, intriguing first clip from the film Help Wanted by San Francisco’s master of the grotesque, Waylon Bacon.
Watch the trailer for San Francisco underground filmmaker Waylon Bacon’s latest short film, Help Wanted, about a dude with the worst job ever.
Check out these smokin’ making of photos from two short films by Waylon Bacon: Poster Boy and My Worst Nightmare. Plus, watch an interview with the director.
When it comes to sickening nightmarish visions, it’s hard to top San Francisco based filmmaker Waylon Bacon whose latest is My Worst Nightmare.
Director Waylon Bacon is working hard on a new short film, Help Wanted, and he’s keeping a new blog about its production, which makes for fascinating reading.
Kino21 in San Francisco is screening Iraqi Short Films by Mauro Andrizzi. In other news, Cinema in a Cave is screening Georg Koszulinski’s Immokalee, USA.