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New in Theaters: 'Merchants of Doubt'

How do you get people to believe in a lie. Well, when it’s something like climate change, it helps to have a well-paid mini-industry of fakers and dissemblers to help spread the mistruths. 153 more words

Understanding The Work: Kurosawa and 'The Cape House.'

Hey all,

Last week, I delivered a new draft of The Cape House to my producer Carolyn, and we are gearing up to start raising funds. 338 more words

'Somewhat Suspect'

Lesson For Filmmakers From "Saas-Bahu" Daily Soaps

“Those dumb TV Serials..? Are you kidding me?” This might be your reaction after reading the title, but believe me, I am serious. Like they say, “Every coin has two sides.” It’s true here too, though these daily soaps are lame, there are some good things which filmmakers can learn from them. 702 more words


A Q&A with Vivascene

I was so delighted to be asked to sit down with Shane Scott-Travis, writer and film savant, for a Q&A for Vivascene in honor of… 93 more words

Independent Film

Good evening.

Well I guess a little explanation is required…

I have worked in on/off film for the last twenty years, I have started projects in the last couple of years and for one reason or another they are delayed or I have given up on them. 284 more words


The Making of... The Drift.

Backyard Productions presents The Drift. You can view the trailer here.

Anyone who is familiar with the process of making a film is aware of just how much time, effort and dedication it takes to produce a film the size of The Drift. 441 more words


Four stars and two walk-outs: The world premiere of High Tide

Last Friday night saw the world premiere of our feature film High Tide at Taliesin, Swansea. It was an incredible night: we had live music (from the shimmering and wonderful… 1,071 more words

Long Arm Films