Women in Horror: Ax Wound Film Festival Expanding opportunities for women filmmakers

This week, Summer chats with Ashlee Blackwell, founder of Graveyard Shift Sisters, about the Ax Wound Film Festival, and what she’s doing to help promote women creatives in film.

What sort of extra programming tracks interest you at film festivals? Call 602-635-6976 and leave a message, send Summer an email, or have your say in the comments below!   [Listen to the show…]

TV Talk: To Remake, Or Not to Remake What we want more of, and also less of

This week, Jonathan’s feeling nostalgic with the release of Stranger Things Season 2, so we started talking about the continuing trend of rebooting and remaking television shows from years ago.

What 70s-80s-90s shows are on your “reboot now” list, or on your “leave it alone” list? Call 602-635-6976 and leave a message, send Summer an email, or have your say in the comments below!   [Listen to the show…]

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“Car Dogs”: Teaching Filmmaking in Arizona

Working from a script written by Arizona native Mark King, Adam Collis recognized with CAR DOGS that he had the perfect project to showcase a new model of independent filmmaking — students would be assigned to specific departments of the production rather than being relegated to unchallenging positions as gofers, giving them a chance to gain hands-on production experience in addition to earning their first actual production credits.   [Read more…]

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