Now here’s a project to get stabbed in the eye for. Just announced at Comic-Con, Will Eisner‘s acclaimed graphic novel about the New York City immigrant experience in the 1930s, “A Contract With God” will be adapted into a live action feature.
The 56th Annual Flaherty Film Seminar took place recently in upstate New York June 19-25, 2010. Christine Kwon and Michella Rivera-Gravage had an amazing experience there this year. Check out our video blog!
After twelve months on the travel circuit, I think it’s safe to say that WHATEVER IT TAKES has finally finished its film festival run. But oh what a ride it was! Often thrilling, other times exhausting, but always an amazing feeling to show one’s film to new audiences across the country.
Filmmaker Lee Wang showed her film, SOMEONE ELSE’S WAR at the 2007 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. We got a chance to sit down and talk with her about her film, civilian contractors in Iraq, and documentary filmmaking. Check out our conversation in the featured video section to learn more about Lee and her powerful film.