Hey NYC! Tonight Fessenden’s BENEATH plays the Philip K Dick Film Festival at Indiescreen in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Get all the details on the fest and how to attend here.
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As reported earlier, our release for 2013′s BENEATH will be surfacing on Blu-ray & DVD on March 25th. Check out the first look at the cover design, which is reversible so you can choose the one you like and want to display the most!
Directed by Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter, Wendigo), the story concerns six high school seniors who find themselves in a rowboat in the middle of a lake attacked by man-eating fish. The twist? They must decide who must be sacrificed as they fight their way back to shore.
Congrats to Gary Pullin for the fine company he keeps in this thoughtful and badass selection of the year’s coolest genre posters. Glad to see one-sheets for The Sacrament and You’re Next in there among many other fine graphic specimens. See all the posters at ShockTillYouDrop.com.
In a tradition dating back to one of Glass Eye Pix’s early missions to document performance artists like The Impact Addict, Fessenden is chronicling the “personal project” of Robert Leaver (co-writer The Last Winter) as he crawls from the Southern tip of Manhattan up Broadway to his home in Washington Heights. The crawl, which commenced on Halloween 2013 and will continue into the winter, ten or fifteen blocks at a time, once or twice a week, defies easy categorization and invites interpretation. Continue Reading »
“TDC Entertainment, under its Shelter Island banner, has acquired DVD and nontheatrical North American rights to Glass Eye Pix’s documentary American Jesus. Gravitas Ventures will handle all VOD and broadcast rights for the film.
Aram Garriga’s portrait of Christianity in American culture had its world premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival, followed by its international premiere at the Sitges Film Festival. For the film, Garriga traveled from his native Barcelona to the U.S. to chronicle the relationship between faith, materialism, politics and personal passions on the American scene.”
Ahhh memories, Audiophiles. Time changes how we remember things… sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. We thought you might enjoy these macabre memoirs while you ease into the holidays. So sit back. Close your eyes. And… listen… to Larry Fessenden’s “The Hole Digger” and Glenn McQuaid’s “The Crush,” now streaming at the TALES Listening Room.
Tonight, Joe Swanberg’s new movie, ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY, will play the Arthouse Film Festival with Fessenden in attendance and a Q&A after the movie. The event takes place at the AMC Lowes Mountainside in Mountainside, NJ. Get more details here and check out the trailer for ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY below.
Vintage dolls and Santas, stuffed critters and misfit toys!