All posts tagged "Larry Fessenden"

  • How They Did It: First-Time Director Ana Asensio Split Most Beautiful Island Into Two Stylistically Distinct Halves

    Making Most Beautiful Island was my first time writing a script and directing a film. Up to this point in my career, I had focused...

  • The Family That Makes Movies Together Stays Together: Working With Your Kids? It’s Possible, Say These Clans

    When veteran moviemaker Larry Fessenden was shooting his 2001 feature Wendigo in upstate New York, his wife, director Beck Underwood, brought their newly born son,...

  • enter Fessenden on Festivals: Indie Horror’s Larry Fessenden Reflects on the Fests that Shaped His Career

    Ah, film festivals, the gateway to distribution for an independent film. When I was starting out in the late ’80s and early ’90s, there was...

  • Best of 2014: 12 Articles to Sum Up the Year in MovieMaker

    To ring in the new year here at MovieMaker, we’re doing a little bit of a 2014 in Review thing, which means we’ll be revisiting...

  • Horror Stories: Examining the Business of Genre Filmmaking

    A decade ago, the primary focus of independent horror moviemakers was making a good horror movie, knowing that if they did their job well, they...

  • My New Film: American Jesus Is Not A Horror Movie

    Larry Fessenden, producer of the new documentary American Jesus, explains why Glass Eye Pix became involved in Aram Garriga’s exploration of  the sometimes bizarre relationship between...