When an evil sorcerer rewrites famous fairy tale characters into horrific stories, their never-before-seen misfit siblings, led by a rebellious, headstrong Princess, must embark on a dangerous journey to rescue their brethren and prevent the total destruction of the fairy tale world.
Please check out Tony Chassion III’s Kickstarter campaign THE LAST FAIRY TALE, a short film project about the not-so-famous siblings of famous fairy tale characters.
A therapist investigates the mysterious deaths of two patients in this exploration of grief, mortality and madness.
Filmmaker Simon Horrock launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring his indie feature film Third Contact into cinemas. Please check it out and pass on the word!
Third Contact website
Chris Schwartz and Patty West, producers of the upcoming Neil Labute-penned comedy SOME GIRL(S), have graciously accepted to answer questions from TwoAdverbs members. The resulting Q&A will be published here, on this page.
Directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer and featuring Kristen Bell, Adam Brody and Emily Watson, SOME GIRL(S) will be the first feature film to premiere in Vimeo’s new On Demand program on June 28th and will also screen in theaters.
To participate, please see details on the forum: http://www.twoadverbs.com/sc/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9918
Check out the trailer!
Catch Chris Lockhart on The Inside Pitch show (produced by Kevin Hill) on blogtalkradio. The upcoming broadcast is on Monday, May 20th, at 6:30 PST / 9:30pm EST.
In the meantime, check out the previous shows at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theinsidepitch
Filmmaker Simon Horrocks discuss his indie film noir THIRD CONTACT.
“Third Contact, Simon Horrocks’ directorial debut, was shot on a miniscule budget showing yet again that films don’t need major studio funding in order to be excellent. The reviews for the film so far have been great, with one even referring to it as a “masterful piece of art.”
The film tells the story of Dr. David Wright, a depressed psychotherapist, who embarks on an obsessive investigation after a second patient takes their own life in mysterious circumstances. Wright sets out to find out who or what is behind those deaths before any more lives are lost.
Horrocks is getting ready to kickoff a crowdfunding campaign in order to give his film the release it deserves. In honour of that upcoming campaign, I had the opportunity to talk to him about the film. We discussed his inspiration, why he’s searching for public funding, and much more.”
Check out full interview: http://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/interview-simon-horrocks-contact/
Listen to a podcast chat with screenwriter Ryan Condal on Nerdist Writer’s Panel: http://www.nerdist.com/2013/04/nerdist-writers-panel-84-ryan-condal/
Screenwriter Young’s project RODHAM landed director James Ponsoldt.
“You don’t become one of the most powerful women on the planet by twiddling thumbs and prancing on ponies.
Young Il Kim’s 2012 Black-Listed biopic “Rodham” aims to expose some of the professional and personal challenges Hillary Rodham (pre-Clinton) esquire extraordinaire faced long before her days as the First Lady, Senator of New York, Secretary of State and presumed presidential hopeful — in other words, as a b.a.m.f. — and now a director has been chosen for the job of bringing the pic to life.
“The Spectacular Now” helmer James Ponsoldt been wrangled in by “Twilight” producers Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen for the pic (not coincidentally, the script for “Spectacular” was also a Black Lister in 2009), and an actress is soon to be sought for the job of portraying the eponymous role.”
Read full article: http://www.nextmovie.com/blog/hillary-clinton-biopic-james-ponsoldt-director/
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