Hunting Pignut opens this Friday, September 15th, at the Avalon Mall.
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Mike Hickey’s company, Pulp & Paper Entertainment, produces films, web series, podcasts, commercials, music videos, and more.
Kennedy describes his aesthetic as a “sort of a flailing attempt at being a post-punk Andrei Tarkovsky.”
” I wanted to find a way to share these visuals with a wider audience and incorporate them into the storytelling.”
“It’s scary because until an audience watches it, you don’t really know what you have on your hands.”
“The number of YouTube views, thumbs up, and comments goes into the Independent Production Fund’s evaluation of a project to recommend it to phase two of the application process,” Martine explains.
It’s that time of year again. Three Picture Start teams are deep into prep.
The evolutionary concept of survival of the fittest evolves with human beings and their relationship with technology. While specialization allows…
Local writer, director, and producer Melanie Oates is home in St. John’s from a few weeks on Canada’s west coast as one of eight Canadian women directors who hooked a coveted spot to participate in the 20th anniversary session of the highly acclaimed script development and director mentoring program Story & Leadership from Women In the Director’s Chair
We can choose to put away the toys and take a hard look at the world we participated in creating. We can watch a few films that might help us understand it.
The film versus theatre debate is as old as film. Some people are diehard theatre goers. Some are film fanatics. Others like Jacqueline Hynes kick that versus to the curb with a fervour for both creative disciplines.
Local audiences can catch Hunting Pignut at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival when it screens on Saturday, October 22,