NIGHT OWLS was the winner of BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY at the October 2019 HORROR Feedback Film Festival in Toronto. Matthew Toffolo: What motivated you to make this film? Romén Rivero: Since my childhood, I love monster movies, so the idea of making a film of this subgenre was always in my mind. First, I wrote a… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Romén Rivero (NIGHT OWLS)
Interview with Screenwriter Michael Head (LIGHTKEEPERS)
LIGHTKEEPERS was a HORROR screenplay winner for October 2018. Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Loosely inspired by the real-life Eilean Mor lighthouse mystery, three lighthouse keepers are overwhelmed by a tremendous storm that destroys their stores of food and water. When a shipwrecked castaway washes up, their hunger pushes their morality to its… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Michael Head (LIGHTKEEPERS)
Interview with director Eugenio Villani (OTHERS LIKE YOU)
Eugenio’s short film “OTHERS LIKE YOU” was awarded “Best Cinematography” at the April 2017 Horror/Thriller Film Festival. Matthew Toffolo: What motivated you to make this film? Eugenio Villani: After our first short film “Haselwurm” we took a break because of several businnes issues. Then we felt the urge to write a new story. We love… Continue reading Interview with director Eugenio Villani (OTHERS LIKE YOU)
Interview with Filmmaker Scott Lyus (SILENTLY WITHIN YOUR SHADOW)
SILENTLY WITHIN YOUR SHADOW played to rave reviews at the WILDsound Best of Horror/Thriller Festival in February 2016.
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Interview with Filmmaker Luke Guidici (TIME TO EAT)
TIME TO EAT played to rave reviews at the WILDsound Best of Horror/Thriller Festival in February 2016.
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Interview with Adam Beal, filmmaker of the Horror/Comedy short THE LITTLE MISSUS
As with anything I make, I went into the feedback cringing, but as soon as people started talking, I became overjoyed. It was really positive and really appreciated! I’d have been way harder on it myself, but then I tend to be hypercritical of anything I make…