This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from Bicephaly Pictures (Ani Simon-Kennedy and Cailin Yatsko) and their upcoming short film Hench, an absurdist comedy about two kidnappers and their latest victim.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the documentary Hotel Clermont from director Heather Hutson. The film takes a look at the infamous Atlanta hotel, which boasts having the city’s oldest strip club housed in its basement, in its last 6 months
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from writer-director Dominic Lahiff and his visually striking film Slo Light. Drawing inspiration from classic noir and female revenge thrillers, the film features a score by Massive Attack’s Neil Davidge, so I’m definitely on board
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is one that we can’t actually tell you a lot about because it’s currently under wraps, however we can tell you that it’s actor/writer/director Mark Webber‘s latest project, so it’s worth a look. I’ve been a
This week’s Kickstarter Sunday pick comes to us from director Coley Sohn and her upcoming feature-length comedy Dodie and Cheryl Get Hitched, a story about two women in a small midwestern town trying to get married amongst a sea
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the upcoming documentary What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael from director Rob Garver. More than just a simple re-telling of Kael’s career, this film aims to bring her words to life on
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from directors Sachi Cunningham and Chandler Evans and their upcoming documentary Crutch, taking a look at the life of Bill Shannon, a disabled skate punk and break dancer who uses his crutches as tools
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from Adam Nimoy and his documentary For the Love of Spock, a look at the iconic Star Trek character originally played by his father, Leonard Nimoy.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from directors Justin Schein and David Mehlman and their upcoming documentary Left on Purpose: The Disruptive Life of Mayer Vishner. The film profiles anti-war activist Mayer Vishner, his work with Abbie Hoffman, and his last political act –