Media Interviews

Interview: Jon Cvack

Freelance filmmaker Jon Cvack has worn many hats in his treasured business of movie-making. Cvack’s juggling act is quite impressive and varied: Director, writer, production manager, production coordinator, producer and cinematographer. Clearly, this dedicated movie-maker is an avid admirer of the filmmaking process and one suspects that Cvack’s foray into conveying his creative vision on…

Interview: More Raça

More Raça, is an up-and-coming-director with a purpose. With her shorts “Amel,” “Where is Don?” and now the more recent and well received “Home,” she shines a spotlight to the conditions and institutions to her native Kosovo. We caught up with her as her latest film, which focuses on long standing traditions and patriarchy, opens…

Interview: Cody Broadway

Denver-based filmmaker Cody Broadway provides his brand of cinematic consciousness to his film project entitled “4 Quarters of Silence,” a revealing and uplifting new short documentary that is near and dear to his big Texan roots. As everyone knows the sport of football is pretty much a religious experience in the Lone Star State where…

Interview: Alessandra Pinkston

Alessandra Pinkston is an accomplished actress, writer, producer and creative force behind her company at KindredQuest, Inc., an award-winning production film company that has produced noteworthy short horror films with a refreshing twist — mainly employing women of color and featuring primarily talented minorities in leading and supporting roles in their fright films. Ms. Pinkston…

Interview: Melissa Kent

Melissa Kent is not a newcomer to the industry. Behind the scenes she has edited for movies such as the fantasy drama “The Age of Adaline,” the holiday comedy “Four Christmases,” and romance drama “The Vow,” among many more. Between her latest editing projects she has jumped behind the camera, directing the 15 minute short,…

Interview: Oliver Thompson

Meet Oliver Thompson. Relatively new to the business, he is the writer, director and producer of the independent film, “Welcome to Happiness.” Having been nominated and winning several Best Feature awards at various film festivals, the fantasy dramedy starring Kyle Gallner, Olivia Thirlby, Nick Offerman, and Keegan-Michael Key is a complex fable of sorts that…

Interview: Caoimhe Cassidy

Actress Caoimhe Cassidy stars as a homeless down-and-out Dublin-based prostitute whose encounters with various men that seem similar in resemblance and disposition is brilliantly realized in Irish filmmaker Graham Jones’s indie melodrama “Nola and the Clones” which is currently available to watch for free on YouTube. Ms. Cassidy has other film acting credits including her…

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