Sonoma International Film Festival 2018, Interviews with the Filmmakers Part 2

The California No movie still

Made a mad rush to get this edited in time for the film festival, but here it is! Two more films for your consideration: The California No and Cancer Can Be Killed. To see the entire film festival schedule with the complete list and description of every movie that will be here, visit the Sonoma International Film Festival’s website. The California No “It […]

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Sonoma International Film Festival 2018, Interviews with the Filmmakers

SIFF18 is upon us! And I’ve got the inside scoop on some of my favorite films that you do not want to miss this year! This Tuesday, March 20th, you will have a chance to hear two more filmmakers just in time for the festival start! Without further ado, here are some must-see films while you are wandering downtown Sonoma […]

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House on Rodeo Gulch, interview with director William Scherer

Behind the Scenes- House on Rodeo Gulch

Leslie Tippel, covering for me, with Takeshi Lewis talked to director William Scherer about his film, House on Rodeo Gulch. About the film: “A mother and her teenage daughter move into the house of their dreams. Complications arise when they find the house is full of parnormal activity… or so they are lead to believe. Little do they know the […]

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Kid Fury, interview with filmmaker Jino Kang

Kid Fury

While I was out for the eclipse, Takeshi Lewis took the opportunity to talk to Jino Kang about his most recent martial arts film, Kid Fury. About Kid Fury: “Kid Fury, an independent short film Featuring Jino Kang & Timothy Mah.” About Jino: “Although Martial Arts is in Jino’s blood, he nurtures a passion for filmmaking. This passion began by […]

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Quaker Oaths, interview with filmmaker Louisiana Kreutz

A fun romantic comedy appearing at the Sonoma International Film Festival this year is Quaker Oaths and we had writer/director, Louisiana Kreutz on to tell us all about the film. Have you heard of unicycle football? Either had I before watching this film! About Quaker Oaths: When Quakers get married, they ask every wedding guest to sign their marriage certificate. […]

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Unleashed, interview with filmmaker Finn Taylor

With the upcoming Sonoma International Film Festival ready to hit town, we talked with writer/director Finn Taylor about his romantic comedy, Unleashed. About Unleashed: “When a cosmic event turns Emma’s (Kate Micucci) dog and cat into two perfect guys (Justin Chatwin and Steve Howey), Emma reconsiders her outlook on dating, hilariously works out her trust issues, and ultimately learns to […]

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Cut to the Chase Premiere, interview with Blayne Weaver

One of my favorite people, Blayne Weaver, called to talk to us about his newest film, Cut to the Chase. I believe if you have Amazon Prime, you can watch it right now for free! About the film: “Max (Blayne Weaver, 6 Month Rule, Favor), a down on his luck ex-con, is constantly being bailed out by his sister Isobel(Erin […]

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The Covenant, interview with filmmaker Robert Conway

We talked with writer/director Robert Conway about his new horror release, The Covenant. About the film: “After the tragic deaths of her husband and daughter, Sarah Doyle moves back to her childhood home with her estranged brother, Richard.”   For more information, the film can be found on IMDB. They can also be followed on Facebook. Here is the interview followed by […]

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Cut to the Chase, interview with filmmaker Blayne Weaver

We love to chat with Blayne on the show.  So when we heard he had a Kickstarter going, we thought we’d help him out! About Cut to the Chase: Max has always been on the wrong side of the law but his younger sister Isobel, a lawyer for the District Attorney’s office, is always there to bail him out… Until the […]

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Waking Marshall Walker, interview with filmmaker Georgio Litt

Waking Marshall Walker

Another short filmmaker using our area as an additional character was Georgio Litt.  He called to tell us all about Waking Marshall Walker, which was one of my favorite shorts of the Sonoma International Film Festival. About Waking Marshall Walker: A short film about a father in mourning, trapped between worlds – the past, the present, this life and the […]

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