Ross has amassed a group of short film all-stars to act in Bloomin Mud Shuffle.
We spoke with Zeldes about his directorial approach and his relationship with the community of Richmond, California.
We spoke with Bloomin Mud Shuffle’s Frank V. Ross about relationships, acting vs. directing, and smartphones (we’re apparently obsessed with smartphones this year).
We spoke with Sean Baker about the challenges of marrying quality filmmaking with social commentary, as well as his influences in making Tangerine (at Rooftop 7/07).
Live @ Rooftop Films got the chance to talk to singer/songwriter Tica Douglas on “in-betweeness”, influences and more. Check it out and come see them perform LIVE on July 2nd!
What are shoes doing hanging from telephone wires? Investigate with Matthew Bate, director of Sam Klemke’s Time Machine, in this week’s Short Cut.
We spoke with director Matthew Bate about his second feature film, “Sam Klemke’s Time Machine”. The film is a real life portrait of an ordinary man who also happened to have recorded his entire life from the age of 17. “Sam Klemke’s Time Machine” will screen on June 26th 2015 at The Old American Can Factory.
The force behind Brooklyn based band GABI, Gabrielle Herbst, spoke to us about the nature of her performances, her writing process and pop music. See what she has to say and then come out and see her this Saturday June 20th at Industry City!
New York Non-Fiction is coming up! Here are a few doc short highlights from previous years.
Bike with pizza delivery man Bill Meier in Delivery, a 2014 short from Welcome to Leith directors Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker.