14th June 2019 Newsletter
Speaking in Voltages: Interview with Director Guillermo Irriguible
"Im a very romantic person who is really hooked into the analog world. I have to understand and master the digital era for both my professional and personal life. And I do. But in terms of work and creation tools, is where analog fills a gap that I didn't notice until I shot my first super 8 footage and my first 35mm roll." Watch here.
The Lions of Chinatown: Interview with Director Law Chen
The Lions of Chinatown follows a young woman as she trains to become the lion head, a traditionally male dominated role in the forgotten art of Chinese lion dancing. Watch here.
Jane Love is a short documentary about female power
Jane Love is a short documentary about female power. Watch here.
The Mexican punk scene is one of the biggest sub-cultures in Mexico City
An eye into the underground Mexican punk scene. A disaffected youth, and an older crowd too, gather in the basements of the city to let their anger out and be free amongst like minded people. Watch here.
Mudfest: Interview with Co-Director Mike Bove
Every June, on a small farm in rural Wisconsin, a large crowd assembles. A remote field is flooded and turned in to a giant mud pit for people to test their grit and see what their homemade tough trucks can do. Watch here.
Aaron Rodriguez is better known as the Bug
Aaron Rodriques, also known as the Bug Whisperer, has been raising insects for over 20 years and teaching people how they can forge connections with insects. Watch here.
Vitor Queranza lives below the poverty line but is
Vitor “Nininho” Queranza is 68 years old and lives below the poverty line in Brazil. This short film is a tribute to his life, struggles and will to win. Watch here.
Driely "D" Carter has photographed celebrities
In this short film, captured on 16mm, Driely is in front of the camera for the first time. Watch here.