Interview with Filmmaker Kyle Carrie-Mattimoe (THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JONATHAN PARKER)

THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JONATHAN PARKER was the winner of BEST SCREENPLAY at the November 2021 Film Festival. 1. What motivated you to make this film? This film was actually one of three films that we made with a group of friends from film school during Covid induced lockdown. Part of that motivation… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Kyle Carrie-Mattimoe (THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JONATHAN PARKER)

Interview with Filmmaker Jonathan Hammond (WE ALL DIE ALONE)

WE ALL DIE ALONE was the winner of BEST PERFORMANCES at the December 2021 LGBTQ+ Film Festival. 1. What motivated you to make this film? Queer characters are typically absent from genre films by some of my favorite filmmakers, so i decided I wanted to make a fan film where said characters (who if they… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Jonathan Hammond (WE ALL DIE ALONE)

Interview with Filmmaker Cyrill Durigon (Vexoh – A Memory Capsule)

“Vexoh – A Memory Capsule” played to rave reviews at the November 2021 EXPERIMENTAL Film Festival. 1. What motivated you to make this film? The genesis of this project come from last winter. As a lot of us experienced the past year being stuck at home is not that easy. The idea was to create… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Cyrill Durigon (Vexoh – A Memory Capsule)

Interview with Screenwriter Joseph William Fountain (MORN)

1. What is your screenplay about? This is the TV pilot of a six season series I’ve been developing called, Morn. Each season covers the most critical points of history throughout this fantasy world which is desperate to understand and break the curses afflicting humanity. As for this particular season, the overview is as follows:… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Joseph William Fountain (MORN)

Interview with Screenwriter Diego Scerrati (Unfortunate People)

1. What is your screenplay about? It’s mainly about human connection. It’s the story of two self-seeking young adults who meet the night they lose their innocence and fall in love, but their relationship will clash with their thirst for self-affirmation. As weird as it may sound, it’s a story about the beauty of being… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Diego Scerrati (Unfortunate People)