Sci-Fi Director Olatunde Osunsanmi tackles the science behind the fiction with Hollywood TV & Film successes

Sci-Fi Director Olatunde Osunsanmi Tackles the Science Behind the Fiction With Hollywood TV & Film Successes There is an emerging Black director in Hollywood who is quietly cultivating his own ’empire’ with no ‘scandal’ involved ….   Los Angeles – Olatunde Osunsanmi has always had a penchant for the paranormal. His directorial debut in 2009, […]

Filmmaker Interview: RT with “Gimme Shelter” Director Ronald Krauss, Actress Vanessa Hudgens and Kathy Difiore whose real-life work with homeless and pregnant girls in New Jersey inspired the film

Written by: Gordon K. Smith You will find no Hell’s Angels or Rolling Stones in GIMME SHELTER,  the inspirational new movie by writer / director Ronald Krauss, which stars Vanessa Hudgens, again “branching out” from her Disney image (but without twerking).   The fact-based story features the 26-year-old Hudgens convincingly playing a gritty 16-year-old pregnant runaway […]

Filmmaker Roundtable Interview: Cast and crew of the movie “True Tales” – life and times of Dallas stripper Nancy Myers, aka Tammi True, and her days headlining at The Carousel Club with boss Jack Ruby

Written by: Gordon K. Smith The opening night event of Dallas VideoFest 26 will be the first public screening of TRUE TALES, a production of AMS Pictures, which looks at the life and times of Dallas stripper Nancy Myers, aka Tammi True, her days headlining at The Carousel Club with boss Jack Ruby, through the […]

Roundtable Interview: Bart Weiss, Artistic Director and Video Association of Dallas Founder Discusses Dallas VideoFest 26

By Gordon K. Smith Starting with a major media event on October 4, 2013, the 26th edition of Dallas VideoFest will have the honor of being the first festival to be held at the new Alamo Drafthouse Cinema DFW in Richardson, Texas.  Festival Artistic Director and Video Association of Dallas founder Bart Weiss sat down […]

인터뷰 – 그 강아지 그 고양이 영화 Director 민병우

By: Mut Asheru (click here to read in English) CATS AND DOGS (그 강아지 그 고양이) is an indie Korean romantic-comedy directed by Min Byung-Woo (민병우). Tagged to be Korea’s and the worlds’ first feature length film shot entirely with an iPhone4s.  Hey, we’re all for the green initiative but how does that work in […]

Filmmaker Interview: Korean Indie “Cats and Dogs’ Director Min Byung-woo

By: Mut Asheru (한국어) CATS AND DOGS (그 강아지 그 고양이) is an indie Korean romantic-comedy directed by Min Byung-Woo (민병우). Tagged to be Korea’s and the worlds’ first feature length film shot entirely with an iPhone4s.  Hey, we’re all for the green initiative but how does that work in regards to movies and camera […]

DallasVideoFest 25: RT Week 2 – Alan Govenar’s “The Beat Hotel”

By: Gordon K Smith Alan Govenar is a renowned writer and documentary filmmaker of American music and folk culture.  His book Texas Blues is the definitive work on that subject.  THE BEAT HOTEL, his latest documentary, is an engaging look at a part of beat generation history that’s been largely neglected  – how all the […]

Filmmaker Interview: Michael Rapaport on his doc “Beats, Rhymes and Life, The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest”

 Michael Rapaport: The Quest Interview By: Le Le Symone Just like there is a difference between trendy ‘rap’ and intelligent ‘hip-hop,’ these is also a difference between average dudes on the mic spitting rhymes over loops and the thoughtful, even transcendent qualities unearthed when one encounters the four-man collective known as A Tribe Called Quest. […]

Film Review / Interview: ‘The Happy Poet’ directed by Paul Gordon

This review was done by our founding “Unsigned The Magazine” which is no longer in service but we can’t let a good interview go to waste soooo…REEEPOST.  Review below. Review By: Mut “I do this for fun” Asheru This is a comedy about a guy who’s dream is to make tasty healthy food that is […]

Film Director Interview: Bryan Poyser : “Lover’s of Hate”

Written by: Mut Asheru Lover’s of Hate has managed to stir up a lot of love for itself this year on the indie film festival circuit.  The film’s condensed cast of 4 main characters, intense timeline and mainly one shoot location provides the right amount of claustrophobic-ness needed for a crowded love affair that lends […]