Interview: Poser Directors & Actress Bobbi Kitten

This week, we got together with some of the creatives behind the excellent new Tribeca music thriller, Poser. It is a searing character study about timid Lennon (newcomer Sylvie Mix), as she starts up a podcast to “investigate and research” underground musicians. Lennon’s journey and exploration for her recordings transforms into an obsession. Lennon begins … Continue reading Interview: Poser Directors & Actress Bobbi Kitten

Interview: 7 Days Cast & Creatives

Earlier today, Allison and I participated in a special Virtual Press Conference for romantic-dramedy 7 Days, ahead of its premiere at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. When a wonky pre-arranged date from their traditional Indian parents is forced into an extended stay thanks to the sudden emergence of the pandemic and ‘shelter in place’ orders, … Continue reading Interview: 7 Days Cast & Creatives

Interview: Screenwriter/Director Mei Makino & Inbetween Girl Cast

Photo credit: Jason Kempin/Getty for Mei Makino; Anna Martinez for Emily Garrett Inbetween Girl is a quirky and personal coming-of-age dramedy, and one of my favorites from 2021’s SXSW Film Festival. The film follows young artist, Angie (Emma Galbraith), as she struggles to find herself in the wake of her parents’ divorce. Hunky Liam (William … Continue reading Interview: Screenwriter/Director Mei Makino & Inbetween Girl Cast

Interview: Actor Udo Kier & Screenwriter/Director Todd Stephens

A sharp selection from 2021’s SXSW film slate, Swan Song is a poignant comedy that manages to be both deeply moving and laugh-out-loud hilarious. Retired hair-stylist Pat Pitsenbarger (Udo Kier) is caught off guard when he receives an unexpected visitor at his nursing home. An old client who had a falling-out with Pat has passed … Continue reading Interview: Actor Udo Kier & Screenwriter/Director Todd Stephens

Interview: Director Tracy Wren & Screenwriter Jennifer Cooney

Releasing on Lesflicks on Monday, March 8th, Rain Beau’s End is a complex drama with a deep emotional core. The story of ambitious Hannah and empathetic Jules as they grapple with the adoption of a 4 year-old child named Beau, diagnosed with 47,XYY, is heart-wrenching. I spoke with director Tracy Wren and screenwriter Jennifer Cooney … Continue reading Interview: Director Tracy Wren & Screenwriter Jennifer Cooney