Filmmaker Tom Wilton discusses his latest New York set feature film Pale Horses.
When Patti returns to Astoria, NY after many years away, she stumbles back into the life of estranged friend, Janis. As they rebuild bonds in the wake of broken relationships, they find themselves dealing with the quiet intensity of third-man, Keith. In a city of eight million strangers, you’ll do anything to make a friend of just one.
Tom talks about how he made the film for next to no money, the creative process with actors, shooting in New York, why he told this story and bits about his overall process.
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Rob Savage was the third person I interviewed for the blog back in August 2011 At the time he was 19 years-old, in post production on his debut feature film Strings and working on various other projects including a second feature.
A year on I caught up with Rob after the announcement that Strings would premiere at the 2012 Raindance Film Festival in London.
Here’s what Rob had to say: Continue reading
June is a busy film month in Edinburgh.
Here at Write Shoot Cut we support, and encourage you to attend, the Edinburgh Short Film Festival which is taking place on several dates across the middle of June and the Edinburgh International Film Festival which has an excellent shorts section starting on June 20th. With so much happening Write Shoot Cut could easily get sucked into a void in the middle, so…
…it feels like the opportune time to hold a special screening expanding the Write Shoot Cut format and showcasing some local talent. Continue reading