Molson Reviews Roma

Glory Hallalutchie, this little transcendental, slow-plotted, no music score, foreign-language indie has a shot at an Academy Award. How’d that even happen? Here in ‘merica I mean. Because here, if it doesn’t have superheroes, vampires, or naked boobies, it doesn’t register on the collective American retina. Slipped in under the wire most likely.

The thing is, if you’re smart enough to watch to the end, you’ll get to see two of the most riveting scenes ever. I guarantee, Bro, if you’re not sitting on the edge of your seat at the shank end of this flick, you are made of stone. Get your head out of the pavement and over to Netflix to check this one out. Remember: independent film is going to save the world. And you can save independent film. Or at least my film: Dust Nuggets. Please donate here:  https://fiscal.ifp.org/project.cfm/1093/

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Amazing Berks at the festival

Alverniacomp.pngHey we’re going to a festival with the pilot episode

Where: Alvernia College, 400 Bernardine St., Reading, PA 29601

When: April 21, 2017; 7pm

See you there!

Reading Music Foundation Awards Grant to Cool Ath Filmth

rmf-logo-black-png-smallCool Ath Filmth is ecstatic to announce  Reading Music Foundation has awarded us a grant for the creation of new music for our upcoming “Traffic Opera.” The amazing Chris Heslop is the first one on board. He’ll be writing the music. Chris is a fantastic composer and we can’t wait to start work with him on this very cool project.

In addition we’re getting a healthy donation from John Friedman, local supporter of the arts in Reading and all around good guy. This boost will push us well on our way in pre-production. We hope to shoot in the summer but a lot of ducks need to be lined up first.

In the meantime a million thanks to RMF and John Friedman.

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Ultimate cool: Mr. Heslop on the sax.