Articles – Short Runs

  • Foo-Foo Dust

    Journalist-turned-director Gina Levy, co-creator of Foo-Foo Dust When Eric Johnson and I began shooting Foo-Foo Dust, winning awards was the furthest thing...

  • Richard Roe

    It’s the age-old quandary: “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make...

  • The Making of Love, Life, and Laundry

    Stacie Isabella Turk is an independent filmmaker from Los Angeles, California. Her first short, Love, Life, and Laundry, a well-made romantic comedy...

  • The Killer B’s Return

    Back in the days of the studio system, gangster films were moviemakers’ bread and butter. Although they seldom won awards, they were...

  • Bit Men and Hitmen

    You know they’re part their prime when a Roger Corman movie receives a degree of critical acclaim, Diane Ladd ends up in...

  • Another Getaway

    When he died in 1977, Jim Thompson left as his legacy a handful of crime novels. Never popular during his lifetime, he...

  • A Touch of Welles

    The last couple of years have been pretty good for Orson Welles, even though he hasn’t been around to enjoy them. Following...

  • Triumph and Tragedy

    In 1954 two exceptional films on organized labor were produced. Elia Kazan’s On The Waterfront worn innumerable awards and is often recognized...

  • The Friend or Dafoe?

    Prior to Body of Evidence‘s theatrical release a rumor floated that if the film did not perform well, the producers had an...