Archive for 'Interviews'

CFF: COMPUTER ERROR: THE WORST OF CGI Interview

CFF: COMPUTER ERROR: THE WORST OF CGI Interview

Computer Error: The Worst of CGI is a scathing critique of modern movie magic told through a comedic feature-length compilation of memorably terrible instances of computer-generated imagery. Saturday, April 12, 10:00 PM COMPUTER ERROR: THE WORST OF C.G.I. [...]

CFF: A Chat with Dan Kapelovitz, director of <i>Triple Fisher</i>

CFF: A Chat with Dan Kapelovitz, director of Triple Fisher

For a story that “never needed to be told” in the first place, the saga of Amy Fisher, Joey Buttafuoco, and Mary Jo Buttafuoco captured the rapt attention of a nation. So much so, that three [...]

Interview: Director Nancy Buirski, <i>Afternoon of a Faun</i>

Interview: Director Nancy Buirski, Afternoon of a Faun

To say that ballerina Tanaquil “Tanny” Le Clerqc had a profound impact on the world of ballet is an understatement. As a 12 year old in 1941, she auditioned and won a scholarship to the School [...]

Interview: Robert May, <i>Kids for Cash</i> director

Interview: Robert May, Kids for Cash director

Kids for Cash, a documentary about the troubling judicial kickback scandal that rocked a small town in Luzerne County, PA in 2008, opened in theaters nationwide last week. The documentary focuses on the chain of events that [...]

Interview: Adam McKay, director/writer of Anchorman 2

Interview: Adam McKay, director/writer of Anchorman 2

Ron Burgundy and the rest of San Diego’s legendary news team will be returning to the big screen this Wednesday. In a roundtable interview, writer/director Adam McKay discusses his long time comedic partnership with Will Ferrell, [...]

Interview: Jason Osder, director of <i>Let the Fire Burn</i>

Interview: Jason Osder, director of Let the Fire Burn

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing director Jason Osder, on the topic of his latest film Let the Fire Burn, a powerful portrayal of the standoff between the Philadelphia Police Department and the black liberation group [...]

Interview: Damien Carter of <i>Birdemic</i>

Interview: Damien Carter of Birdemic

Cinedelphia: How did you first get connected to the Birdemic films? Damien Carter: I was first connected with the Birdemic films by auditioning for James Nguyen’s first film, entitled Julie and Jack. James and I hit it [...]

INTERVIEW: Jim Mickle, director of <i>We Are What We Are</i>

INTERVIEW: Jim Mickle, director of We Are What We Are

Jim Mickle’s We Are What We Are is outwardly a film about a family of cannibals, but once you watch more than five minutes of the film you’ll realize there’s more at work than a simple [...]

INTERVIEW: David A. Prior from <i>Deadly Prey</i>

INTERVIEW: David A. Prior from Deadly Prey

David A. Prior isn’t a name you’re probably familiar with but you may have seen one or two of his films. Working with an array of talent ranging from the likes of his brother Ted, character actors [...]

INTERVIEW: Ted Prior from <i>Deadly Prey</i>

INTERVIEW: Ted Prior from Deadly Prey

Ted Prior is Mike Danton. In the last five years, the character has come to define the actor for many fans of cult cinema as a result of the film Deadly Prey finding a new audience [...]

Vivisections Horror Shorts: 5 Questions with Dave Wade and Izzy Lee

Vivisections Horror Shorts: 5 Questions with Dave Wade and Izzy Lee

Yesterday we brought you interviews with directors Jörg Buttgereit, Can Evrenol, and Julian Yuri Rodriguez in conjunction with this Sunday’s Vivisections screening. Today’s featured directors are Dave Wade (Cropped) and Izzy Lee (Legitimate). Vivisections International Horror [...]