There’s very little in this world that gets me more excited than when an underground film festival adopts WordPress as a CMS for their website. Even more exciting is when the world’s oldest underground fest does it, as the Chicago Underground Film Festival has recently. Awesome looking site, guys!
There’s another brand new experimental film blog out there, too: cori e comete. However, you have to read Italian to get the full effect. The blog name translates to “choruses and comets.”
There’s a new experimental and avant-garde screening space in North America: CinemaSpace at the Segal Centre in Montreal. Lots of great screenings are scheduled already. CineSpace is being run by Daïchi Saïto and Malena Szlam.
Hal Astell of Apocalypse Later reviews Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives, which screened last year at the Arizona Underground Film Festival among other fests. But, does it live up to it’s awesomely fun title?
A special Thank You to Sandra Sanchez, a budding young marketing student, who has linked the Underground Film Journal in her blogroll on her site Social Media & Film. She’ll go far as she obviously has good taste.