Cornerboys has made the front page of the Bismarck Tribune (with a photo above the fold!), You can read the story online here. There’s also a related video of me talking about the project, along with some staged footage of me editing the film. That’s here. It’s a good article, except for an oddly placed quote about horror right at the end. Karen Herzog, the writer, was really interested in the project, and she and I had a great conversation about horror and fairy tales and Bruno Bettelheim. Here’s the funky picture that accompanied the article:
The All Hallows Evening film bash, where we’ll debut Cornerboys and watch Bride of Frankenstein (because any time’s a good time for Bride of Frankenstein) is one week from tonight. Cornerboys is nearly done–Ali’s got a few more paintings and I’ve got about four minutes of film left to edit together. No reason to rush, right? I mean, we’ve got a whole week.
It is looking even better than I’d hoped. You can’t wait to see this, ya’ll. Links to the film, which will be available online, will be forthcoming. Stay tuned…