Media Circus is excited to share these announcements from the following independent films: Susie Q, The Passing Season, My Friend’s Rubber Ducky, THE WORD, Noctambulist.
The grand jury prize winners for the inaugural Sherman Oaks Film Festival have been announced. The Sherman Oaks Film Festival was founded by longtime residents and movie veterans alike; the festival looks to showcase the best undiscovered movies in the heart of Los Angeles. The one-week long film festival ran November 13-20, 2016.
The New York graffiti scene is a space that is dominated by men. Filmmaker, Carly Starr Brullo Niles, got unprecedented access into this world to create an intimate portrait of one of the world’s most renowned and influential graffiti artist, Julius Cavero, aka Terrible T-Kid 170. The documentary The Nasty Terrible T-Kid 170: Julius Cavero directed by Brullo Niles tells Cavero’s story through over 30 years of archival footage, interviews with some rarely seen figures in the graffiti world and through nighttime footage of Cavero and his crew putting up new are in public spaces.
The official lineup for the inaugural Sherman Oaks Film Festival has been announced. The Sherman Oaks Film Festival was founded by longtime residents and movie veterans alike; the festival looks to showcase the best undiscovered movies in the heart of Los Angeles. The neighborhood that was home the mall in Fast Times At Ridgemont High deserves a world class film festival! The one-week long film festival opens on Sunday, November 13th and closes on Sunday, November 20th.
The Force Is Strong With This One: First Time Writer/Director, Jamie Buckner, Tells What He Learned From The Masters (Article/Interview)
Jamie Buckner, writer/director of Split, set to be released through Gravitas Ventures on August 2 digitally on iTunes, Amazon, and VUDU, has had the opportunity to work with a film fan’s wet dream of who’s who in Hollywood, from Stephen Spielberg (The BFG, Bridge of Spies) and Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street, Hugo) to Cameron Crowe (Roadies, Aloha) and Nora Ephron (Julie & Juila, You've Got Mail). Jamie answers a few questions about lessons learned from these titans of the silver screen and how he applied them to making his first feature.