Underground Film Links: July 21, 2013
Sorry for the fairly short list this week. Been kind of a nutty week for me, so I haven’t been as on top of things.
- Here’s an awesome new project that I missed linking to last week: Boston Viewfinder, which helps people find off-beat screenings in the Boston area — and appears there’s a ton going on there. Every city needs a site like this.
- Jeff Krulik has been busy getting interviewed a lot lately. Here’s one conducted by the Maryland Moving Image Archive, which is nice to see this great filmmaker getting wonderful local recognition lately.
- Robert Maier reviews the documentary The Iran Job, which sheds some much needed light on progressive movements in that country. Maier rates it an absolute “Must See.”
- Making Light of It has an amazing photo from the first ever screening of Wavelength, featuring Ken Jacobs, Shirley Clarke, George Kuchar and several more folks I wish I could identify.
- Fandor has a wonderful, lengthy interview with Michal Kosakowski, director of the fabulous Zero Killed, that the Journal reviewed last year.
- Documentarian Jessica Oreck hangs with animator/artist Jo Dery.
- Larry Fessenden lists his favorite horror movies for Chiller TV. Some interesting surprises in there.
- Mike White recommends some of his best Projection Booth podcasts. I don’t listen to as many of those as I should, so I’m going to go through his list myself.
- Clint Enns at Coney Island. Plus, projector fun.