Recently, I caught up with British director Edward Andrews to chat about the pre-production phase of his new, Mexico-based sci-fi action flick, Hecatomb, in order to shed some light on what it takes to shoot an independent proof-of-concept overseas.
Check out the full interview in Love Amen Magazine, here, and stay tuned to ILT for future updates!
For his next project, Hecatomb – a dystopian action flick set in the desolate Mexican wastelands of the new world – Ed travelled south of the border to Monterrey. Armed with no budget, no electricity, no toilets, and a wholly unfamiliar cast & crew, it was certainly a shoot to remember…
Dir: Edward Andrews
Release Date: TBC (2016)
Dinosaurs, Nazis, kung-fu, time travel, Thor, 1980s fashion…
That’s right, it’s David Sandberg’s viral short: Kung Fury.
I had to review it. For my partner, Failed Critics.
After all, it’s my job.
George Miller’s ‘Mad’ Max Rockatansky returns in a tanked up, high-octane beast of a picture, that is not only goddamn marvellous in its own right, but also part catalyst for a dramatic cinematic swing in the right direction…
*Fury Road features on ILT’s Top 10 Films of 2015! Find out where it ranked here.*
ILT’s new TurningJapnese series will serve as a discussion of all things hōga in the Land of the Rising Sun, seeking to share the latest productions and reminisce about the history, the classics, and the downright bizarre.
First up, a look back at many of my generation’s introduction to Japanese cinema…
Dir: Kinji Fukasaku
Original Release Date: 16 December 2000