In the aftermath of the 2018 Slamdance Film Festival, filmmaker Morrisa Maltz took some time to talk to Solzy at the Movies about her new film, Ingrid, which just premiered at the festival. Danielle Solzman: Thanks for joining us today. How are things treating you? Morrisa Maltz: Thanks Danielle! I’m great, mostly been catching up on sleep since I’ve been back from Park City which is a good thing 🙂 Danielle Solzman: You just got…"Slamdance 2018: Morrisa Maltz talks Ingrid"
Ahead of the Slamdance Film Festival, Do I Have Boobs Now? filmmakers Milena Salazar and Joella Cabalu spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the short film. Thank you for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Milena Salazar: Hi Danielle, thanks for chatting with us! Things are going well. My co-director Joella Cabalu and I are very excited about our Slamdance screenings, as well as others coming up at Indiana Bloomington Pride and…"Slamdance: Interview with Do I Have Boobs Now? Filmmakers"
Lisa Cordileone spoke with Solzy at the Movies on Thursday about the current crowdfunding campaign for Freelancers Anonymous. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Lisa Cordileone: Thank you! Great! Keeping good and busy. Freelancers Anonymous is turning to crowdfunding through Seed & Spark as a way of financing post-production. Before we discuss the campaign, what inspired you and co-writer Amy Dellagiarino come up with the screenplay? Lisa Cordileone: …"Lisa Cordileone talks Freelancers Anonymous"
Chicago-based filmmaker Stephen Cone spoke to Solzy at the Movies about Princess Cyd during the Chicago International Film Festival. Among the topics Cone and I discussed were the filmmaking scene in Chicago and whether or not LGBTQ filmmakers are the best people to make LGBTQ-themed films. Written and directed by Cone, the film stars Rebecca Spence, Jessie Pinnick, Malic White, James Vincent Meredith, Tyler Ross, and Matthew Quattrocki. The film will be released at the Museum…"Director Stephen Cone talks Princess Cyd"
Meagan Keane, the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Adobe, took some time in early October to talk with Solzy at the Movies about Adobe’s newest product, Premiere Pro CC. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies. How are things treating you? Meagan Keane: Post TiFF for me (and the Digital Video & Audio team at Adobe) was a whirlwind as we went straight into a huge feature reveal and our biggest international broadcast trade show…"Meagan Keane talks editing product Adobe Premiere Pro"
Writer-actor-comedian-director Christopher Titus spoke with Solzy at the Movies about his new film, Special Unit. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Christopher Titus: Things are good, the movie has all five star reviews. I just wish everyone saw it. Making a film is hard. Promoting a film is like arguing with a Trump supporter. Impossible and draining. Just buy it and laugh so I can make another thing that…"Christopher Titus talks Special Unit, Casting Disabled Actors"
Chasing the Blues director/co-writer Scott Smith and actor Grant Rosenmeyer spoke about the new film on the red carpet prior to the world premiere at the 53rd Chicago International Film Festival. Actor Jon Lovitz and producers Aria DeBenny, John Fromstein, and J.J. Ingram also walked the red carpet. A Q&A session took place following the world premiere. The film was produced by Fulton Market Films. They are currently looking for buyers."Scott Smith, Grant Rosenmeyer talk Chasing the Blues"
The Replacement, starring the Midwest Independent Film Festival’s own Mike McNamara, is one of the shorts to make its world premiere during the Chicago Style: City and State shorts presentation at the Chicago International Film Festival. “What I love about this script is that it packs so much into 15 minutes,” McNamara tells Solzy at the Movies. “Action, satire, humor, suspense and even a little bit of romance. And it’s so timely. And we shot…"Chicago Film Festival: The Replacement"
Grace McPhillips stopped by Solzy at the Movies to talk about The Origins of Wit & Humor. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Grace McPhillips: We are well and looking forward to winter for the first time in years! After over a decade in Chicago we moved south to the growing film market of Atlanta. Congratulations on your performance in The Origins of Wit & Humor. What attracted…"Grace McPhillips talks The Origins of Wit & Humor"
Actress-writer-director Karisa Bruin recently spoke to Solzy at the Movies about her role in the recently released Chicago-set film, The Origins of Wit & Humor. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Karisa Bruin: Hey Danielle, thanks for having me. Things are good. Congratulations on your performance in The Origins of Wit & Humor. What attracted you to the role of Debra? Karisa Bruin: Thank you! I was really…"Karisa Bruin talks The Origins of Wit & Humor, UberEx"