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Clay Campbell hosts the awesome "And Now..." show on Sudbury's CKLU Radio, and he recently invited festival founder David Briggs on the air to discucs the fest, indie film, and horror in general. It's a long chat, so we've added a little menu for you...just skip to the times. Now light the fireplace, grab a drink, and enjoy the show!
Note: This showed aired live on Oct. 5.
The player is to the left, the menu is below...you're right, it's not interactive.
Opens with~ History of the fest / A little philosophy
Circa 3:20~Douglas Ewen / Bi-Polaroid Sault / filmmaker
Circa 5:40~ Best of the fest in north Bay
Circa 6:20~ our selection process
Circa 8:25 ~ submissions, highlights, best of the fest inclusions, Corpse Series, etc.
Dave mispronounces Kyle Martellacci’s name…again.
Circa 10:25 ~ Sudbury film scene / Indie film
Circa 14:20 ~ Dave misses mass media
Circa 17:30 ~ Indie and Hollywood / filmmaking, the struggle is real
Circa 20:00 ~ working with same people / film collaboration / Full Moon Video, Helen Hunt is back
Circa 26:00 ~ more about the fest, why shorts, the importance of leaving your house, etc.
Circa 30:00 ~ Darrell McBride, Martellacci, Slaybor Day 7, and other treats, Becki Pantling, Grabbers, Trespassers, international horror extravaganza, Nick Pusic, Cindy Maples
Circa 35:32 ~ general horror vibes / film fans / Night of the Living Dead memories
Circa 39:00 ~ grass roots film / Jayson Stewart / the importance of non competitive film vibes
Circa 43:00 ~ Dave’s films, Trisha Larocque, anthology horror, Torin Langen, Mikey McMurran, Night Stalker, Black Forest
Thanks to everyone at Morning North for having us! CBC rocks!
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David Briggs discuss the fest!
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