Making art and breaking hearts. The usual.
Production on our new movie has been going on for the past several weeks now. This one involves a lot of things we have never attempted before. Lots of prop building, set construction and B&W pin-up style photography. Stop by our official Facebook page to eyeball a few delightful on-set pictures. Audrey Page, Rachael Deacon, Ava Sectomy, Countess Samela and Holly Ween from last year’s release “Dollface” make up a cast that also includes Thio Rose, Kert Rats and Priscilla Lee Press-On from “Fox Holes”. Longtime collaborator Matt Comegys has already completed a soundtrack of original retro-style rock songs to fit with the Ed Wood / Russ Meyer aesthetic of the movie. Filming is set to wrap in early June for an October release.
Now that the official announcement has been made, we can report that Rachael Deacon’s movie “A Fever and a River” has been selected for the 2011 Viscera Film Festival. We’re extremely proud of her and of the film, and look forward to disturbing audiences with it around the world for years to come.
Speaking of short films you can watch online, we’ve got three new ones for you to check out. The first is “Slayer Mailbox”, which was made nearly a year ago and was featured in our fall show at Athens Ciné. Next is “A Wet Dream On Elm Street”, a Freddy Krueger fan film we made because some of us here are Freddy nerds. Last but not least, there’s “Your Mummy’s So Stupid”, which we actually entered in the iPhone Film Festival (the latter two movies were shot on an iPod Touch – isn’t that neat?) earlier this month. All three films star Rachael Deacon, with Ava Sectomy joining her for “Mummy”.
We’ve also completed two more films for possible inclusion in this summer’s CinErotic Film Festival in Atlanta. Last year, several of us were in attendance when they screened “Slayer Mailbox” and “Erotic Couch”, and a sexual chocolatic time was had by all. Our new movies are “Culo” starring Countess Samela and “Snuffcakes” starring Andi Rockz from “Dollface”. There are no plans for either film to be made available online, so you’ll have to come to the show or buy the next DVD!
And finally, we are proud to announce “Dollface” and “Berry Scary” screened on April 22nd at Englewood Cinema in Dayton, OH as part of our friend Andy Copp’s Independent Shadow Cinema series! Andy is a very talented artist and authority on cult cinema, so it is a huge honor to have him present our work in such a way. Check out the flier below, and buy a DVD in our store!