Taking My Parents to Burning Man, interview with producer Joel McCarthy

It’s March so it’s all SIFF all the time!  The next filmmaker we interviewed was Joel McCarthy from Canada.  He and other cast mates were attending with their film, and my favorite of the entire festival, Taking My Parents to Burning Man. About TMPTBM: A parental coming-of-age story that follows a sixty-year-old couple getting dragged to Burning Man by their […]

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Roxie, interview with filmmakers Nick Frangione & Kelly Burk

Two of the Marin based filmmakers from Roxie came into the studio for their interview.  We chatted with Nick Frangione and Kelly Burk about their film and having it almost local in the Sonoma International Film Festival. About Roxie: Roxie is an independent dramatic feature film shot on location in the San Francisco Bay Area. The movie is now streaming […]

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Missing U, interview with filmmaker Brooke Wagstaff

One of the cutest shorts shown at SIFF 2014 was an animation called “Missing U.”  We talked with creator Brooke Wagstaff about the short. About Missing U: Follow along with I as she journeys to discover her missing U! To find out more, visit Brooke’s website, and also check out Missing U on Facebook. Here is the interview followed by […]

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City Slacker, interview with filmmaker Michael Mueller & actress Fiona Gillies

One of the most delightful people from 2014’s SIFF was Michael Mueller who called in about his film, City Slacker.  He then surprised us by putting lead actress, aka his wife Fiona Gillies, on the line to talk about her role in the film. About City Slacker: Amanda is a corporate highflier who needs a slacker so she can have […]

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Brunch Bitch, interview with filmmaker Hannah Cheeseman

Brunch Bitch Flyer

This was the first of our 2014 coverage of the Sonoma International Film Festival films.  The month before every festival we dedicate to telling you as much as we can about the films and introduce you to the filmmakers. First up was Canadian, Hannah Cheeseman, writer/director as well as lead actress in the short film, Brunch Bitch. About Brunch Bitch: […]

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Girl in the Basement, interview with filmmaker KT Baldassaro

Girl in the Basement

We had filmmaker and actress, KT Baldassaro, on the show to talk about her short film, Girl in the Basement. About Girl in the Basement: A young woman is kidnapped by a serial killer. Before he can finish her, he accidentally dies, leaving her trapped in his basement. The film has a Facebook page, and you can find out more […]

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Texas, interview with writer/director Matt Johnson & cinematographer Robert Uncles

Two other filmmakers I spent time with in Vancouver at VIFF, Matt Johnson and Robert Uncles, had a short film in the festival called Texas.  They called to talk about it and their other projects and what’s in the works. About Texas: “A cowboy meets his estranged wife on the Texas/Oklahoma border and tries to win her back. One problem…neither […]

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Foxed, interview with director/producer James Stewart

James Stewart

A fun, dark little short I found at the Vancouver International Film Festival was called “Foxed.”  It is a stop animation film by James Stewart, who called the show to tell us all about it.  (Thank you again Jason Ghiselin for sitting in for me.) About James Stewart: “Producer/Director James Stewart is one of a small group of directors worldwide […]

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Nobility, interview with creator EJ De La Pena

Nobility

Nobility is a web series I ran across while at Stan Lee’s Comikaze in 2013.  Creator EJ De la Pena called in to discuss it with us. About Nobility: “Nobility” is a new sci-fi dramedy dubbed, “Firefly meets The Office”. Set 700 years in the future, it’s about the C.A.S. Nobility, Humanity’s most powerful starship with a crew, that’s, well, […]

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For the Birds, interview with filmmaker Tara Atashgah & cast

An amazing short I saw from the Vancouver International Film Festival was For the Birds.  It is written and directed by Tara Atashgah, and stars Nazli K Lou and Chervine Namani.  Tara and cast called to tell us all about it. About For the Birds: “For the Birds (Atefeh) follows a 16-year-old Iranian girl as she is taken to the gallows […]

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