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Tag Archives: Emily Alatalo
We’ve all heard of indie filmmakers going to great lengths to capture their vision. From guerrilla tactics, shooting without permits, to maxed out credit cards, it seems that once an idea forms, there are those who will not stop until … Continue reading
Colours bend across the spectrum to fuse into psychedelic swirls. The feature presentation is about to begin. A title card ominously warns us that true events inspired this terrifying tale. So begins Philip Carrer’s If a Tree Falls. The intro … Continue reading
Zombies are everywhere. Long the go-to monster of the low-budget filmmaker, zombies continue to infect popular culture. When not chewing their way into the literary classics on your shelf, they appear on your TV, in advertising, and lest we forget, … Continue reading