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2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Mark Kemble (Director – ‘Bad Hurt’)

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Mark Kemble (Director – ‘Bad Hurt’)

A testament to the power of love, Bad Hurt chronicles a family’s hopeful battle to stay together as personal demons and destructive secrets threaten to rip them apart. Elaine Kendall, a determined Staten Island, NY housewife, fights to keep her family together in the face of growing chaos.  A once passionate love affair with her

Interview: Adam Wingard (Director) and Simon Barrett (Screenwriter) – ‘The Guest’

A mysterious soldier befriends the family of a fallen comrade and quickly makes himself an indispensable part of their lives, but the secrets he’s hiding put them all in danger in The Guest, a nail-biting, retro-stylish thriller from director Adam Wingard and screenwriter Simon Barrett (‘You’re Next,’ ‘A Horrible Way to Die’). Arriving unannounced on

Sister Stephen feeds the cows in the fields outside Villa Loretto

Interview: Carolyn Jones, Tonia Faust, Brian McMillion & Jason Short (‘The American Nurse’)

The American Nurse Project aims to elevate the voice of nurses in this country by capturing their personal stories through photography and film. In early 2012, photographer Carolyn Jones and her team began a journey across the United States, recording the unique experiences of nurses at work. The photographs and narratives aim to inspire audiences

Case Study: ‘Memory Lane’ – A Lesson In Sustainable Indie Filmmaking On No Budget

After dropping out of film school, I wrote, directed, and produced a critically-acclaimed feature film with a budget of less than $300. Then I secured international distribution. IndieNYC asked me to tell you how: Two years after enrolling, I heard David Mamet say “stay out of school”. If you’re familiar with Mamet, you understand why

Interview: Julianne Michelle (Actress – ‘AWAKENED’)

In ‘AWAKENED‘, Samantha Winston (Julianne Michelle) returns home after 14 years to unravel the mystery and discover the truth about her mother’s death. She suspects her father (John Savage) and seeks guidance and answers from her mother’s close friend Lucas Drake (Steven Bauer), Harriet Bendi (Sally Kirkland), her newly-discovered uncle Thomas (Edward Furlong), and new

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