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Meet ROY’S WORLD Executive Producer Scott Greene

Hailing from Skokie, Scott Greene is a cinephile through and through. I wanted to introduce him — he’s an integral member of the Roy’s World team and we’re delighted to have him on board! What’s your earliest movie-going memory? A … Continue reading

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On Saturday, September 15 …

Chicago Filmmakers is having an Open Screening at their beautiful new location at 5720 N. Ridge. And if you attend you might just be part of the very first audience to see an excerpt from Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago. … Continue reading

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ROY’S WORLD co-producer Michael Glover Smith’s newest film screens in Chicago!

Three couples from Chicago vacation for a weekend at a lakeside cabin in Michigan. And a lot can happen over the course of three days … I like to joke that Michael Glover Smith is the Robert Altman to my … Continue reading

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“The approach is unorthodox, but so is the film-in-the-making–“

Whoa! Jason and I were interviewed by legendary jazz critic Howard Reich about the film! Oh, and guess what? You can follow @RoysWorldFilm on Twitter.

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a new interview with myself and co-producer Michael Glover Smith.

Check it out! In advance of the super awesome Constellation show on Saturday, WDCB’s Gary Zidek talked with us about Roy’s World. It’s also your first chance to hear Matt Dillon’s narration as well as more of Jason Adasiewicz’s cool … Continue reading

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3 things about Thom Andersen & Noël Burch’s RED HOLLYWOOD

Red Hollywood [1996] 1. After a man rejects one of them, the group of five women slowly descend the steps and walk away, disappearing into the fog. 2. Abraham Polonsky: “Every crime story is about capitalism. Because capitalism is about … Continue reading

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Sound, then vision.

The soundtrack for the film is complete! Make that soundtracks: the theatrical version will have a three-channel soundtrack (left-center-right) while the “home video” (i.e. streaming) version will be in stereo. All the original live sound for the film was, of … Continue reading

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