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Filmmaker Miguel Llansó Interviews Professor Seifu Yohannes

Director Miguel Llansó
Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2016 by

ADDIS ABABA – Although his name matches that of the great singer of the 60′s, Professor Seifu Yohannes stands out as one of the most important figures in nuclear engineering. In another of my transcripts of tape interviews, Professor Yohannes and I talked about the state of independent film. His answers and questions surprise me. Professor [...]


Home Work: Filmmaker Yared Zeleke’s Origin Stories

Posted on Monday, May 5th, 2014 by

It takes a certain level of conviction to stay true to one’s roots when balancing the demands of a bustling metropolis. The filmmaker  Yared Zeleke is an Ethiopian storyteller who swims against the current, making films that detail his experiences back home and abroad. His first feature, currently in development, was selected as one of [...]

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Director Talks: Petri Kotwica talks “Rat King”

Rat King
Posted on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 by

Petri Kotwica is a Finnish film director and screenwriter, best known for his feature film directorial efforts in Black Ice (2007) and Homesickness (2005). This year, Kotwica’s feature film title Rat King (2012) was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival Cinemania section which offers a small selection of thrilling, largely international, narrative films.  Rat King [...]

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Director Talks: Michael Stabile of “Anima”

Posted on Thursday, December 6th, 2012 by

The short science-fiction film Anima explores the curiosity we all have about life after death. Through the lens of a neuroscientist we breach the barrier between our plane and the next and ultimately emerge enlightened, or do we? The director of Anima, Michael Stabile, along with his crew enjoyed a well-reception after their online premiere [...]

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Artinfo Interviews Shirin Neshat of “Women Without Men”

Shirin Neshat
Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 by

Shirin Neshat, writer/director of the award-winning artistic commentary on Iranian gender culture Women Without Men, recently spoke with Artinfo.com about her role as an Iranian artist and leader in the art society. About ARTINFO: ARTINFO.com is the online destination of Louise Blouin Media, the world’s leading cultural media group. Our mission is to provide unparalleled access [...]

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Director Talks: Dorian Tocker – “Everyday Saturday”

Dorian Tocker
Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 by

I had the chance to sit down and chat with Everyday Saturday director Dorian Tocker about everything from what inspired him to his future 3D endeavors (jokingly, of course). The Q&A which took place in a friendly crepe café in Hell’s Kitchen (Café Jolie, I seriously have to recommend the butterscotch softserve.) IndiePix: So Dorian, [...]

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Director Talks: Adam Christian Clark of “Caroline and Jackie”

Adam Christian Clark
Posted on Wednesday, August 29th, 2012 by

After two screenings of his first feature film Caroline and Jackie, we spoke with Adam Christian Clark to get a unique look at the themes of Caroline and Jackie as well as his feelings on his feature debut at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. Clark has worked in Television and Film, creating a host of [...]

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The London Vandal: Interview with Kilian Martin

The London Vandal
Posted on Monday, May 14th, 2012 by

Sports journalist Jonathan Hooke, a guest poster on The London Vandal, recently did an interview with Kilian Martin who is featured in the film Concrete Circus. In Concrete Circus, Channel 4 brought together the world’s hottest names in urban sports, plus their extraordinarily talented, viral filmmakers, and paired them all with Mike Christie – the [...]

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Kunle Afolayan talks “Phone Swap” and African Indie Film

Posted on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 by

Kunle Afolayan, director of the critically acclaimed thriller Figurine, discusses his new film Phone Swap and the state of African film as he feels it is advancing. Afolayan utilized the strength in film of Ghana and Nigeria to fill out roles and settings in order to produce a high quality story line that, he says, [...]

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