Tom Cullen spoke with Solzy at the Movies over the phone about the recently released Pink Wall, which premiered in March at SXSW. The film marks Cullen’s directing debut and stars both Tatiana Maslany and Jay Duplass. 1091 Media released the film on Digital and VOD on November 12, 2019. How honored were you to premiere Pink Wall at SXSW in March? Tom Cullen: Oh my G-d. Such an honor. It’s a festival that’s really…"Tom Cullen talks Pink Wall"
I’m changing it up this year with how I present my awards and as such, I’m presenting the Solzy Awards for Short Films prior to the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. It’s been a great year for film. When it comes to short films, I’ve seen some films that have blown me away. I’ve seen some films that I don’t think that anyone could have possibly imagined. Without any further adieu, here are the winners of this…"The Solzy Awards for Short Films"
While I still have some reviews to crank out, here are some of the best offerings of what I saw during the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. When one factors in all the categories offered, I saw a total of 39 narrative features, documentaries, and pilots during the festival. NARRATIVE FEATURE FILMS: My favorite narrative features to play during Tribeca include All About Nina, Egg, Song of Back and Neck, Jellyfish, Little Woods, The Miseducation of…"The Best of Tribeca 2018"
There were a few short films screening during the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival that drew my interest. What follows is a roundup of short narratives and documentaries playing Tribeca that I recommend. Souls of Totality Directed by Richard Raymond, the film stars Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen. The film centers around the Great American Solar Eclipse and examines the sacrifices that one makes during a relationship. There’s a power of love in this short. This…"Tribeca 2018: Shorts Roundup"
As the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival kicked off, director Richard Raymond spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the short film, Souls of Totality. Thanks for joining us today. How are things treating you? Richard Raymond: Very well. This is my first major film festival for any of my films. I couldn’t be happier. I’m so proud of the team and everyone’s effort to be here. It’s been great—really great. How much of a thrill…"Tribeca 2018: Richard Raymond talks Souls of Totality"