The film I went to Portland, OR to work on in the Fall of 2015 is now hitting the festival circuit - and I finally get the chance to see the fruit of our labors when the adaptation of a popular LGBT YA series gets its "Hometown Premiere" at the Out Here Now Film Festival in KC, MO on June 24.
Called the 'Hometown Premiere' because the author of the book series, Jay Bell, is from Olathe - and graduated from KU. There'll be several literary events going on involving Jay during the week, as well. It's featured as the 'Centerpiece Screening'.
More news as it comes in.
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Sunday, October 09, 2016
In anticipation of an upcoming piece at 366 Weird Movies, here's the latest offering from Cheap Bastard Filmworks...
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Candy Factory Films, which has had this Kevin Willmott film for well over a year now, finally, FINALLY, has made a release date for it - it will be available on several platforms such as iTunes, Amazon Prime, amongst others. Check out the article on The NerdsTemplar.com for more.
As to what the film is about - picture BLAZING SADDLES and SPACEBALLS making an illicit hook-up, and the resulting spawn being... well, you get the idea.
Check out the trailer, then check out the film - and tell your friends!
Monday, April 25, 2016
Logrolling this campaign because I do have some tenuous connection - Joseph Niedelander I've worked with before, and this is his brainchild; plus, it's science-fiction AND has Ed Asner participating! They're well on their way, but there's still a long way to go... if you can help out either by donating some of that disposable income their way (and getting some nice perks), or, if you're not in a position to donate, tell your friends (sci-fi/film geeks, Asner fans, etc.) about the campaign and direct them to the campaign page.