Archive for October, 2012

Contingency by James Morison

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

This is great!

2012 was the 20th anniversary of the $100 Film Festival. A festival very near and dear to my heart.
The festival was originally conceived by a filmmaker named James Morison and, for the 20th installment, he create a new film contemplating the history of the festival, it’s inception and his role in it all.

I don’t think there could be a better tribute to the $100 Film Festival’s anniversary than this film.

Contingency won the 2012 Best of Alberta award.

Beef Barley Brothers in Wisconsin

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

The Weyauwega International Film Festival is the next stop for Beef Barley Brothers!

You can catch the screening at the George Gerold Opera House on November 9th at 5:30pm in Weyauwega, Wisconsin.

Thanks to all the good people at Weyauwega International Film Festival for putting on this event.

 

When I can, I like to showcase the other films in the package we will be screening with, but this time my mind was blown!

Beef Barley Brothers will be screening along side a short film written by Neil LaBute and directed by Nathaniel Krause about their own homeless guy and regular guy.
Will they be best friends? Only time will tell.

 

Also in our program are these sharp-looking films, should be a really great screening:

Hourglass by Pedro Collantes

Written in Ink by Martin Rath

Searcy County by Noam Osband