TCFF Insider Series: KID WEST movie & my interview w/ filmmaker Jesse Mast

I first met Minnesota filmmaker Jesse Mast when he was premiering his action thriller short The Just starring Michael Madsen back in 2015 at TCFF. I then met him again at one of the TCFF after parties when I first heard him talking about the idea for Kid West. So I was thrilled that Twin Cities …

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FlixChatter Review: DUNKIRK (2017)

After three super hero and two sci-fi films, Christopher Nolan is ready to tackle a war genre. Of the current well-known directors working in Hollywood today, Nolan might be the most popular among movie fans. He’s able to secure $150mil for his latest picture and he didn’t need to cast any big named stars to …

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HEARTS WANT in the press – only hours left on Kickstarter

Ok here's the last Kickstarter post you'll see here… Y'know what, whatever happens I'll be so relieved when it's done. If you think it's tough making a film, well, try launching a Kickstarter campaign 😉 We're in the home stretch! Just 63 hours left to go… we're so close, help us cross the finish line …

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Just days left on HEARTS WANT Kickstarter campaign

Can't believe we're in mid July already! Time sure flies in the Summer time… and time seems to fly even faster when one is running a Kickstarter campaign. Yep, it's just 9 days to go until our campaign ends folks… and we could really use your help in crossing the finish line. We are still …

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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets review

Luc Besson is not a filmmaker I would consider a favorite of mine. In fact, the last film I saw that he directed was The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc way back in 1999. Sure I’ve seen the films he produced and wrote such as the Transporter and Taken series, while I did …

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Week In Review: A comedic play, Spider-man Homecoming and podcasting

How's your weekend everyone? Well it's been quite a whirlwind week for me, but a fun one nonetheless. I didn't get an extra day off for Fourth of July, but still a four-day work week is better than five 🙂 I did manage to see a fun play on Friday night, a French farce called …

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Weekend Roundup: Quick review of BABY DRIVER (2017)

Happy [almost] Fourth of July weekend! It's not really a long weekend for me as I'll be working both Monday AND Wednesday, though the office is pretty much dead today with everyone taking a day off. Last week was a pretty hectic one, hence I hadn't even posted anything other than my short film update. Well, …

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