Friday, April 20, 2007

How to Grind, Edit Other People's Movies and Make a Bad One

I'm back in town now, and have somehow found myself working on a film for the 48-hour-film festival this weekend, under the leadership of producer extraordinaire Stephanie Geerlings. Will our film be tons better than any of the other entries? I can only assume yes. (No offense to the losers who aren't on our team. Once 7pm hits, I'll be too busy to post, but here are some articles to tide you over:

You don't need to read my review of "Perfect Stranger" quite as much as you need to avoid seeing the thing.

My guide to "Grindhouse" will tell you all you need to know about the film's visual references to scuzzy movie theaters.

And in case you missed it, my column from last week made fun of so-called open-source cinema.

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