In Craig David Wallace’s Motherly, Kate (Lora Burke) and her daughter Beth (Tessa Kozma) live in an isolated farmhouse in the woods. The atmosphere is quickly eerie; like doors being left open when Kate swears she’s closed them… Then, Kate slowly thinks something sinister is happening, and her motherly instincts are put to the test when people from her past invade her home. For Motherly, I was able to ask the film’s director and co-writer Craig David Wallace some questions via e-mail in time for the film’s screening tonight on the Super Channel (at 9 p.m.) as part of the Blood in the Snow Film Festival.
“Narco Leap” Web Series Interview | Creator, Director Kate Green | The Filmcraziest Show (Blood in the Snow Film Festival)
In the sci-fi web series Narco Leap, Chelsey Reist plays Kelsey Green, a college student who discovers the extraordinary ability that she can leap into the body of other people during her bouts of narcolepsy. This gift makes her the target of some military espionage. The series also stars Madison Smith, Austin Eckert and Aleks Paunovic. For the series’ second season, I was able to speak with director and series executive producer + creator Kate Green. The web series is now playing tonight (Oct. 30) as part of the Blood in the Snow Film Festival, as it plays tonight on Super Channel in the short film programme “Web Bites.”
Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: Shall We Play? (2020)
Directed by: Ann Forry. Starring: Matreya Scarrwener, Jessica McLeod, Michelle Creber. Runtime: 1h 27 min. Minor spoilers follow. Troubled teen Stacy (Matreya Scarrwener) is being plagued by nightmares and visions. When she confides in her best friends Jess (Jessica McLeod) and Emma (Michelle Creber), and Jess suggests a new phone application -- the titular Shall We … Continue reading Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: Shall We Play? (2020)
Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: Hall (2020)
Directed by: Francesco Giannini. Starring: Carolina Bartczak, Yumiko Shaku, Mark Gibson. Runtime: 1h 25 min. Minor spoilers follow. The most compelling aspect of the new pandemic film Hall, directed by Francesco Giannini, is the character development of its two core characters, Val (Carolina Bartczak) and Naomi (Yumiko Shaku), who are both victims of abusive relationships. … Continue reading Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: Hall (2020)
Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: Parallel Minds (2020)
In Benjamin Ross Hayden’s new science fiction film Parallel Minds, an A.I. called URM is investigated by a detective, Thomas Elliott (Greg Bryk) and lab researcher Margo Elson (Tommie-Ambe Pirie) for a lab preparing to release a contact lens with the power to record what the eye can see to recreate memories. This is all coincides with the death of head researcher Elise Perrott (Michelle Thrush).
Blood in the Snow Film Festival Review: The Return (2020)
When brilliant student Rodger (Richard Harmon) learns of the death of his father, he returns to his childhood home with his girlfriend, Beth (Sara Thompson), and his long-time best friend Jordan (Echo Andersson) to set affairs in order. Rodger then begins to investigate the details of the family tragedy; and soon discovers a malevolent force that has been haunting his family since his childhood.
Blood in the Snow Review: Bloodthirsty (2020)
Directed by: Amelia Moses. Starring: Lauren Beatty, Greg Bryk, Katharine King So. Runtime: 1h 24 min. Minor spoilers follow. In Amelia Moses’ second feature, Bloodthirsty follows a singer-songwriter, Grey (Lauren Beatty), who visits a secluded mansion along with her girlfriend Charlie (Katharine King So), in order to collaborate on her second album with an eccentric … Continue reading Blood in the Snow Review: Bloodthirsty (2020)
Blood in the Snow Review: Hail to the Deadites (2020)
Writer/director Steve Villeneuve takes us from Comic Con to Comic Con as we learn stories about the fans of the Evil Dead franchise in a love letter to the franchise and to the fans, Hail to the Deadites.