Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
This past weekend at Comic-Con, our founder, Robert Williams, saw his long-overdue, and long in process documentary, Mr. Bitchin';, take home the honor of "Best Documentary at Comic-Con Int’l Independent Film Fest." A pretty great feat consider all the competition. Now, for all our friends in Southern California and beyond, you can see a special presentation of Mr Bitchin' at the famed Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on July 30, at 7:30pm. And for all our readers, we have a special offer for you...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 23, 2012
This is quite good, especially considering the Sci-Fi London Film Festival asks of entries to make a 5-minute film in only 48 hours. And if you have ever made a film, that is quite hard to do. On top of that, the festival organizers give each group of filmmakers the props, title, and the theme, and tell them to have at it. This year's winner is Future, Inc, by Future Tense. Again, only 48 hours...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Tomorrow is the final deadline, May 17, to enter the world's largest short film festival, TropFest 2012, by 5pm EST. Filmmakers can submit works through www.withoutabox.com or drop off films at our office on Thursday, May 17th between 10am and 5pm EST located at 609 Greenwich St. Floor 6, Suite 7, New York, NY 10007.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 11, 2012
This weekend (its started already) is the inaugural San Diego Surf Film Festival, and with a great line-up of shorts, full-lenghts, documentaries, and experimental work, we wish we could check out Through the Whiskey Barrel: A Film About Surfing In Scotland (it shows on Saturday, May 12, we have time). Trailer after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 06, 2012
The world’s largest short film festival, TropFest 2012, is turning 20 and celebrating by bringing the festival to New York’s Bryant Park on June 23. So Tropfest invites filmmakers of all backgrounds and levels of experience to get out and create short films for submission—plus the chance to win $20,000.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 16, 2011
We have followed the fine art, performance art, and fillmmaking career of Miranda July for quite a bit, as her works shown at Deitch Projects and film Me and You and Everyone We Know have all been acclaimed projects. She is a Swiss Army Knife of talent, and she takes that multi-tasking to Sundance next week with her new film, The Future. More after the jump . . .