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My Director’s Statement for ROY’S WORLD.

For many years I’ve been captivated by the Roy stories of Barry Gifford, which use a very spare and direct prose style to trace a boy’s childhood. Unlike a lot of autobiographical fiction, they’re not sentimental at all. But what … Continue reading

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Presenting the first movie poster for ROY’S WORLD!

I am so thrilled to share our very first movie poster for Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago! It’s based on an original collage created by Kevin Sampsell. (Trivia: the two photos near the bottom were taken by Stanley Kubrick in … Continue reading

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A word from David Lynch.

There isn’t any other way to put it: I’ve got good news. Through the good graces of various champions of the project, I was able to share the final cut of Roy’s World with David Lynch. And he liked it! … Continue reading

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A cocktail with Barry.

I had the privilege last weekend of showing a fine cut of the film to Barry Gifford. Full speed ahead!

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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 Matt Dillon’s CITY OF GHOSTS

City of Ghosts [2002] 1. Still holding the child, Gerard administers a beatdown. 2. For $5 he buys back his own sunglasses. 3. “Car good. Road bad.”

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