The Chromatics - I’m on Fire (Springsteen Cover)
Into The Mist | Emmanuel Millet Delpech
Fuzz - Raise (dir. by Matt Yoka)
Creeped out, nostalgic genre offering for a single off the band’s last album.
Wild Onion (at Joshua Tree)
Under the Skin - (dir. by Jonathan Glazer)
2014 continues it’s run of impressive trailers with Jonathan Glazer’s newest film.
“An alien seductress preys upon hitchhikers in Scotland.”
is this for real or is it just some internet shit?
It’s for real. Squirming to see this one come to life.
Hello Walls - (dir. by Duncan Ferguson)
This is a short film I made during the Summer and Fall of 2012. I was reticent to post something while it was on the festival circuit, but as that’s now over, it’s time to release it into the wild - so to speak.
There are many aspects of the film I wish I could change in retrospect. Small moments that deserved more time, others that could have been cut, but at a certain point you have to put it down and move onto the next one. That being said, there’s also plenty of shots, moments, and scenes that I’m proud of in here.
Hello Walls was shot over the course of six days in Northern Virgina on a Red Epic with Cooke Speed Panchro lenses and minimal artificial lighting or extraneous equipment. We operated with a skeleton crew, and all of the actors were cast locally. Bill Henry, who plays Roy in the film, had never acted prior to this. His stripped down, authentic performance was as indispensable to the final product as the landscapes that we shot against.
I hope you enjoy it.
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If anyone is interested, I have 25 DVDs left which I am trying to sell for $12.50 a piece (w/ s+h). If you’d like one of the three different lobby cards we designed, I’d be happy to include one with your purchase as well.
Enemy - (dir. by Dennis Villeneuve)
Prisoners displayed an advanced ability on the part of everyone involved, and this second pairing between Villeneuve and Gyllenhal looks no different in that regard. Color me interested.
Lou Reed - Satellite of Love
The Rover - (dir. by David Michod)
Post-apocalyptic, sophomore effort from the director of Animal Kingdom.