KATRINA ALBRIGHT INTERVIEW

Enter writer/director Katrina Albright, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker with many ties to the south, who premiered her poignant film “Ethan and Eli” at the last Indie Grits festival. We were able to interview her on topics ranging from southern roots of her film, the unique connection she has to her characters, and her challenges to the portrayal of young men in film. Watch the thing, pal!

 

 

 

ART PROPOSAL EXTENSION

We are feeling generous this season and have decided to extend the deadline for art proposals! The new deadline is December 19th. We are looking for social practice work, performances,  installations, sculptures, videos, paintings, drawings, mixed media, etc. If you have future perfect themed ideas send them our way!

Extended_deadline

REGULAR DEADLINE JUST DAYS AWAY

Ho Ho Ho!  Merry Submissions Eve! This Friday, December 5th, is the regular deadline for film submissions for the 2015 Indie Grits Film Festival. There will be a late deadline (January 2nd) but Santa is never late so you shouldn’t be either! Don’t be like the naughty elves from the South Pole; Get your submissions in by this Friday so you can stay on the Nice List!!Submissions Santa

MEET KELLY GALLAGHER

Check Check Check it! Experimental filmmaker and animator Kelly Gallagher discusses her 2014 Indie Grits film Pen Up the Pigs and describes her Indie Camp Remix experience. Be COOL like Kelly and get in your 2015 Indie Grits submissions! The regular deadline is December 5th.