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Fantastic Fest Exclusive Interview: Director of ‘Wyrm’ Moves From Short to Feature

Wyrm

Films at Fantastic Fest tend to be surprises. Wyrm, by first time feature filmmaker Christopher Winterbauer, delivers its share of the unexpected.   Austin’s Fantastic Fest, the largest genre film festival in the US, features horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain unusual films. In prior years it hosted the …

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Anthem Film Festival Exclusive Interview: Kevin and Sam Sorbo on ‘Miracle in East Texas’

Kevin and Sam Sorbo talk about their new film which will show at Anthem Film Festival. “Miracle in East Texas” was inspired by one of the most improbable true stories ever, the tale of two con men at the dawn of the Great Depression, and the biggest oil strike in the history of the world.

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Exclusive Interview: Filmmaker Linda Palmer on Her Quirky and Touching ‘Turnover’

This new film by writer/director Linda Palmer will make you love the characters. It's a quirky but charming story of people down on their luck who end up helping one another in spite of themselves.

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Interview: Actor Johnny Alonso on ‘Gotham,’ His Horror Films, Westerns and More

'Back in the day, outlaws of the west were glorified in the east coast. People love the stories about Billy the Kid and Jesse James even though they were nothing but criminals. That's what this film is showing. The whole thing turns into chaos.'

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Austin Film Fest Film Review: ‘Clara’ Wins Best Narrative

Clara

Clara, a sci-fi film, won the Jury Best Narrative Feature award at the Austin Film Festival. The festival, which ran October 25 – November 1, screened more than 180 films, and brought screenwriters and filmmakers together to celebrate the role of the screenplay in film and television. Clara, written by …

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Interview: Actress Lois Smith with Linda Winer, LPTW Oral History Series

Lois Smith, Five Easy Pieces, Jack Nicholson

'I was getting lots of scripts in which there was dementia or death. And I thought with some of them, I don’t want to settle into this and really didn’t. I’ve been fortunate. The last two characters I’ve played, one died, the other was terminal. There’s bound to be some of that.'

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