I’ve had the pleasure of watching this film in its editing process and it’s not going to disappoint. Written and directed by Will Kempner, Chris Gilman, and Jeff Marks, it intertwines a pair of drug dealers, two twisted cops who can’t get along, local burnouts, bridge trolls, and more. This film is hilarious and is […]
Andrew Nunes takes very real and candid photos at critical points of emotion. These photos feature various teenagers around New York City. He either likes to fill his frame completely up or go super minimalist.
Troy Lovegates is always on the move. When I last spoke with him, he was in Italy but was mentioning a visit to Taiwan and a future trip to New York. He does what he can to get his art out there. He has a very unique style and he likes to paint big.
I saw this at the La Di Da Film Festival in September and it was one of the best short films I have seen in a while. It has since played at Slamdance and been featured on the No Budge website. Its about the final episode of a quirky variety show that goes completely wrong.
I spent the entire summer listening to Rioux’s music. He just released a new album, Come On All You Ghosts, which is available for free online. With each song, Rioux juxtaposes a mix of different sounds and blends a lot of emotion into the rhythms.
Melt The Wings is my first feature film. It was shot on HD, VHS, and Super 8. It is about an ex convict who visits the apartment he grew up and decides he wants to stay. He undergoes a series of psychotic episodes that he forces the current tenant to experience. This is the teaser […]
Lee Heinemann is an artist from Kansas City who currently goes to MICA. His work is very out there – I haven’t seen anything like it. This was a project he worked on that is both a social experiment and a visual piece. I don’t want to say too much, but it involves both McDonalds […]