Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 4: 'Despite The Gods'Making a movie is tough. Making a movie in India is tougher. Making a movie in India while living in the shadow of your legendary father David Lynch is - as Larry David may put it - pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty tough. But director Jennifer Lynch was up for the task, and allowed an Australian documentary crew intimate access to her life (at that of her pre-teen daughter Sydney) while undertaking the production of the Bollywood horror flick Hisss in 2008.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 18: 'Papadopoulos & Sons''Papadopoulos & Sons' - a British comedy about Greek immigrants - was a surprise hit in its home country. But 'Sons' takes a more subtle route than that other surprise hit comedy about an overweight, Hellenic wedding.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 9: 'Antiviral'Canadian auteur David Cronenberg spent most of his career honing an idiosyncratic brand of cinema, label by critics as “body horror.” With films like "Videodrome" and "The Fly," many of Cronenberg’s protagonists found themselves fighting an enemy within themselves, and usually with putrid and dire outcomes.
Minn. Filmmaker Debuts Ice Show Documentary At Int'l Film FestKeri Pickett produced and directed "The Fabulous Ice Age” - a film about the history of theatrical ice shows which dates back 100 years.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 9: ‘God Bless America’Do you hate American media and pop culture? I mean really hate it? Well so does comedian/director Bobcat Goldthwait.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 6: The CarrierYour average NYC socialite rarely travels further east than The Hamptons. But filmmaker Margaret Betts isn't your average heiress.