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Oxford Film Festival 2019 Interview with Sean Pettis

FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue sits down briefly with filmmaker Sean Pettis to chat about his new short film SAD HOUR. They talk about his method of using actors instead of puppets in stop-motion photography, how he handles film festivals and lets us know where people can learn more about his films. SAD HOUR Synopsis – […]

Oxford Film Festival 2019 Interview with Mark Jones

FilmSnobbery founder and host Nic LaRue sits down in the Filmmaker Lounge at the 2019 Oxford Film Festival with the writer/director of HOW I CAME OUT, Mark Jones to chat about his new film shot over two days in Memphis, TN. They chat about the differences in shooting short films versus features films (in regards […]

Oxford Film Festival 2019 Interview with Cheryl Allison

FilmSnobbery founder Nic LaRue sits down at the 2019 Oxford Film Festival with actress/director Cheryl Allison to talk about her new short film HIDING IN DAYLIGHT. They chat about how the film relates to current global events, casting chemistry and making sure that LGBT actors were included to support the visibility of LGBT characters on […]

Cherry

Cherry is a horror/romance monologue written and performed by Jaleelah Galbraith. I absolutely adore monologues so I was really interested to see how they’d visually capture the essence of the character’s thoughts. The film began and I felt hooked immediately. The writing is of such a high standard, with a few little comedy pieces thrown in […]
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Bridget and Iain

Written by Norelle Scott, who also wrote the play this short film is adapted from, BRIDGET AND IAIN is a heartbreakingly relatable film about the struggle of a mother trying to keep her relationship alive with her son in the face of his ongoing drug addiction.  Bridget (played with wrenching emotion by Vivienne Powell), is a soft-hearted […]
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SHORT FILM, AILERON, TAKES YOU ON A THRILLING RIDE IN ITS LOS ANGELES DEBUT

Filmmaker Shines Light on Chauvinism in the Commercial Airline Industry     LOS ANGELES, CA – May 24, 2017 – Short film, Aileron, makes its Los Angeles debut at the Chaplin Theater at Raleigh Studios on Wednesday June 7. Starring Maureen McCormick (“The Brady Bunch”, “Dancing with the Stars”), Sayed Badreya (“Iron Man”, “The Insider”), […]

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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Dances With Films 2016 Interview with David Gaddie, Steven Kelleher, and Natalie Smith

FilmSnobbery founder and host Nic LaRue heads back to Dances With Films film festival at the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood to chat with director and co-writer David Gaddie, co-writer Steven Kelleher, and actress Natalie Smith about their new short sci-fi film BEAUTIFUL DREAMER. Learn more about BEAUTIFUL DREAMER on IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4794788/?ref_=rvi_tt Visit their website […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview With James Paul and Jacob Boyd

Director, writer, and producer of the short A DISTANT SHOT James Paul and his composer Jacob Boyd are interviewed about their film with FilmSnobbery founder and host Nic LaRue at the Dances With Films film festival at the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood. James chats about why he chose to shoot his short on film, and […]

Time Travel Romance

Veteran actor Ben Giroux stars as Ben in a short comedy about the struggles of dating in the modern world when you’re awkward, and the lengths one will go to get a second (or third, or fourth) chance, called TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE.  When Ben figures out the secret to time travel in his mother’s (played […]