Interview with Poet Patricia Poulos  (‘NICHOLAS’ The Master and His Work Interview with Poet Patricia Poulos)

1) What is the theme of your poem? Love and Loss – Nicholas was my Brother. He was read it and approved it for publication. 2) What motivated you to write this poem? I wrote it to help me cope with his illness and the grief. 3) How long have you been writing poetry? Since… Continue reading Interview with Poet Patricia Poulos  (‘NICHOLAS’ The Master and His Work Interview with Poet Patricia Poulos)

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Interview with Screenwriter Kimberly Butler (THE ELECTRIC EYE)

A middle aged woman finds herself convicted of murder in the 1930’s. She is sent to an all male prison in deep Southern Illinois to await her fate for a crime she may not have committed. Based on true events. CAST LIST: Narrator: Val Cole Marie: Kyana Teresa Young Roberta: Hannah Ehman Watch the Screenplay… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Kimberly Butler (THE ELECTRIC EYE)

Interview with Filmmaker Megan Rosati (TRUE REVIEWS)

TRUE REVIEWS, 40min. USA, Comedy Directed by Dan Bruhl, Megan Rosati, Carrie Stett, Sergio Abuja Rodriguez With the help of our grizzled host, we re-enact real-life yelp reviews and hear from the reviewers themselves. Home https://www.instagram.com/rollingorangemedia Get to know director Megan Rosati: 1. What motivated you to make this film? It was an idea that… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Megan Rosati (TRUE REVIEWS)

Interview with Filmmaker Jodi Gwen Garber-Simon (SHATTERED: How Women Broke the Glass Ceiling In Oregon Politics)

SHATTERED: How Women Broke the Glass Ceiling In Oregon Politics, 38min., USA, Documentary Directed by Jodi Gwen Garber-Simon Oregon is filled with female firsts, from the nation’s first openly lesbian speaker of any state house in 2013 to the country’s only female-majority state house in 2021. For more than four years, Oregon’s major metro county… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Jodi Gwen Garber-Simon (SHATTERED: How Women Broke the Glass Ceiling In Oregon Politics)

Interview with Filmmaker Christopher Leon Price (JERK)

JERK, 7min., USA Directed by Christopher Leon Price When Roy’s older brother Nick pays him a rare visit their attempts at reconnecting are stifled by Roy’s new “occupation”. Get to know the filmmaker: 1. What motivated you to make this film? My previous short film entitled ‘VISCOUS’ came out in March 2020, right as the… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Christopher Leon Price (JERK)

Interview with Filmmaker Zenghiok Ng (THE INTERROGATION)

THE INTERROGATION, 13min,. Canada, Drama Directed by Zenghiok Ng Kai’s war against social LGBTQ discrimination, a journey of internal redemption for themselves. https://www.hiokpictures.com/projects/theinterrogation Get to know the filmmaker: 1. What motivated you to make this film? The famous Canadian actor Eliot Page came out as a trans man in late 2020. At the time, many… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Zenghiok Ng (THE INTERROGATION)

Interview with Filmmaker Greg Moran (CULICIDAE)

CULICIDAE, 7min., Australia, Drama Directed by Greg Moran A late night intrusion leads to a life and death struggle. http://www.gregmoran.com.au/ Get to the filmmaker: What motivated you to make this film? I’ve been a high-level quadriplegic since I was 15 as a result of a rugby accident. I have had many late night, frustrating battles… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Greg Moran (CULICIDAE)

Interview with Filmmaker Rob McAllister (Motus Avium: A Mission to Save California’s Last Wetlands)

Motus Avium: A Mission to Save California’s Last Wetlands, 14min., USA, Documentary Directed by Rob McAllister Less than 5% of California’s historical wetlands remain, but there is hope in the world’s most productive agricultural valley. Discover why tracking the movement of shorebirds could dramatically improve conditions for the entire pacific flyway. But capturing the necessary… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Rob McAllister (Motus Avium: A Mission to Save California’s Last Wetlands)

Interview with Filmmaker Millie Heckler (PINK BOOTH CONFESSIONS)

PINK BOOTH CONFESSIONS, 29min., USA, Experimental Directed by Millie Heckler Pink Booth Confessions relishes in what it means to be woman: dark, whole, broken, bent, drunk, woke, silent, brash, slutty, strong, prude, wise, forever-changing and deeply committed to humanity and love. Through a pressurized “pink booth,” performers testify to their experiences as women, illuminating their… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Millie Heckler (PINK BOOTH CONFESSIONS)