Underground Film Links: September 4, 2011
Well, last week’s links experiment was a big bomb, so here we go:
- The Winnipeg Free Press reviewed Guy Maddin’s Hauntings installation, which is currently up and being hosted by the WNDX Festival in Winnipeg.
- The National Alliance for Media Art + Culture profiled Chicago’s Video Data Bank about all the awesome stuff they do.
- Charles Judson of the Atlanta Film Festival has some awesome advice for filmmakers: How to write a proper film synopsis. I read so many awful ones of those, so please take heed, people!
- Not sure how much “underground” content is here, but Wide Screen magazine was nice enough to put a couple issues online for free.
- James Fotopoulos posts up lots of drawings and stills about his upcoming projects with no descriptions whatsoever. This one is pretty gross.
- Nathaniel Dorsky and his real life a night at the opera in the 1970s, his near-death experience in Death Valley and how he got back into filmmaking.
- Electric Sheep reviews two films at FrightFest 2011: Kill List and A Lonely Place to Die.
- Myriapod Journal has some very lovely film stills from Peter Hutton’s New York Portrait Chapters 1 and 2.