We’ve had the wonderful opportunities to conduct a lot of interviews so far at the Nashville Film Festival. This time Luis is joined Zack and Jeremy Frost of Frost Studios to discuss their short films, The White Hill Syndicate and Porch Pirates. Frost Studios discuss their films and the influences behind them. They talk about the score and soundtrack used in the film and about the performances. Watch the interview to find out about what these two excellent filmmakers are all about!
We are continuing on with our coverage of the 52nd Nashville Film Festival. Today, one of our writers Luis had the chance to sit down and talk with Serhat Karaaslan, the director of the short film, The Criminals. Serhat and Luis discuss the film and how Serhat approached directing on this film. The Criminals will make its premiere at Nashville Film Festival on October 4th and the Belcourt Theater, and you can purchase tickets here. It is available to watch through Nashville Film Festival’s virtual cinema right now.
Luis joins Raul to talk about Nashville Film Festival. This has been five years in the making for the team and they are finally covering their first festival. Luis and Raul talk about what movies they are most looking forward. Raul also expresses his heartbreak over not being able to watch Spencer as it will be only in person. Listen to our precursor to our festival coverage of #NashFilm52! Keep up with all our coverage of the Nashville Film Festival here on the site!
Our very own nerdy Chicano, Raul, sat down with Americana duo The Young Fables ahead of their documentary premiere at Nashville Film Festival. They discuss all about their documentary, songwriting process, and how important it is to collaborate in art. Watch the interview to learn more about The Young Fables. If you are in the Nashville area the film will be premiering at the Nashville Film Festival on October 2nd at 9:30 PM CDT. You can purchase tickets here or watch through the virtual cinema.
Raul and Brad are ready to finally close out International Film Month as September finally starts to come to an end. Today they discuss the 1966 samurai film, The Sword of Doom! Get those swords ready because this was quite the polarized review. Listen to find out why Raul is spoiled by Akira Kurosawa’s samurai films. What did they think of the film? Listen to today’s episode to find out!
IMDb Synopsis: “Through his unconscionable actions against others, a sociopath samurai builds a trail of vendettas that follow him closely.”