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A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Podcast!

“Look, there’s this dough, see? There’s all this dough. 350 G’s! Do ya hear what I’m sayin’? 350 G’s! In the park, in Rosita… Rosita Beach State Park…” And if you know where that line comes from, you are in for a real treat! Film historian Paul Scrabo offers insight on the creation and restoration […]

The Real Three Stooges Part 2

We received so much positive feedback from our episode on the Three Stooges’ off-screen lives that we decided to go for a sequel. Lon Davis, co-editor of the book “Stooges Among Us,” is back to give us the inside dope on the controversy surrounding Curly-Joe DeRita, the would-be Stooge careers of Emil Sitka, Mousie Garner […]

Retro Cinema – Accidentally Preserved: Volume 4

The latest offering in film historian/archivist Ben Model’s DVD series brings together eight productions that are believed to be lost in their original 35mm format but managed to survive in the 9.5mm format that was used for home movie viewing during the mid-20th century. (More popular in Europe than in the U.S., the 9.5mm technology […]

Interview with Michelle Mueller

HALLOWEED actress Michelle Mueller sits down with FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue to talk about her role in this new stoner-comedy/horror flick. Michelle talks about getting into the industry, working with industry pros like Ray Wise and Danny Trejo, and her love of horror movies from a young age. Learn more about the film on IMDB […]

Interview with LazRael Lison

HALLOWEED director LazRael Lison sits down with FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue to talk about his new stoner-comedy/horror flick. LazRael chats about all different parts of the production and post-production process, his horror movie influences, and how those movies helped him with the style of HALLOWEED. Learn more about the film on IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3635788/?ref_=nv_sr_1 Follow […]

Mother’s Day

Nico Raineau‘s new short film MOTHER’S DAY (available to watch in its entirety above), is co-written by and stars Lauren Schacher as Mara, a club-stamped, chain smoking young lady who wakes up in a stranger’s bed after a one-night stand to find that she agreed to watch the man’s six year old son Brandon for […]
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‘The Impossible Journey’ is going to American Film Market

It is an adventure comedy film, using 3D animation combined with live action Director, Abraham López, and Executive Producer, Darío Sánchez, will be looking for distribution and sales agents during the market   Madrid, October 7, 2016.- The Impossible Journey is going to the American Film Market in November to look for distribution and sales […]
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Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Clara Voda

POP-UP actress and new American citizen Clara Voda speaks with FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue at the 2016 Dances With Films film festival at the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood. Clara and Nic talk about the state of indie film and filmmaking in her home country, Romania. They also chat about preparing for her role in POP-UP […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Cami Winikoff, Andrea Porter, and Brandon Zinn

Producer Cami Winikoff, editor Andrea Porter, and Writer/Producer Brandon Zinn talk with FilmSnobbery at the 2016 Dances With Films film festival at the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood about their new film I LIVE FOR YOU. Brandon talks about the collaborative writing process with the director while Cami discusses her role of Producer on the film. […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Jon Cvack and Laurence Fuller

Writer/Director Jon Cvack and actor Laurence Fuller talk to FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue on the red (green actually) carpet at the 2016 Dances With Films film festival in Hollywood about their new movie ROAD TO THE WELL. Laurence talks about first meeting Jon and discussing Nietzsche, getting the role in the movie, and reveals what […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Monika Wesley

Director Monika Wesley talks about her new film I LIVE FOR YOU with FIlmSnobbery host Nic LaRue. They chat about collaborating with her ex boyfriend on the story for the movie, working with her actors, what drives her to be a director and how she and other women behind the camera provide a nurturing and […]