For the love of pizza, do yourself a favor; grab your favorite slice, sit down and watch this beautiful gem of a short produced by my friend Tom Levin, featuring the love of my life Charles Parker Newton.
Tom's a wiz with this sort of shit, and he goes for the gullet. He makes good choices, funny choices, beautiful choices. Always psyched to see what he produces next.
Parker has been known to get real from time to time. He gets real in life, on camera, passionately, about all sorts of things.
Long story long, here's Parker getting real on pizza, and its probably the best damn pizza in North America, maybe even the world.
Check it out...
If you haven't already checked out the Maine based media hub The Entertainment Experiment, you should. It's by far the leading source for Maine based video productions on the web.
We are honored to have a short horror favorite of ours screening on their Casting Shadows channel. Check out Mint Films' "A Bell In The Yard".
We are proud to announce that our short thriller gem TELEPHOTO has officially been selected to screen at the Woods Hole Film Festival this summer! The event runs from July 27th through August 3rd and would be a great excuse for a summer road trip. For more information on the event and screening times check out the WHFF website.
We have officially gone LIVE with our full length trailer and post-production fundraising campaign for Year-round Metal Enjoyment. You can see the trailer above and help us finish the project by going to our Indiegogo page here. Be sure to check out the donation gifts!
Felt it was necessary to share these films after seeing them on the circuit last month.
The Kill Team simply blew me away. A very important and informative film and with everything happening in the world today it is truly something everyone should experience.
Who is Dayani Cristal? is equally as illuminating and an important insight into the world of a boarder crossing immigrant.
A bit on the lighter side, Bending Steel is a compelling tale of a coy New Yorker striving to hone the strength and showmanship of the iconic vaudeville Strong Man. A classic.
A friend of Mint Films and co-author to the celebrated History of American Graffiti, Caleb Neelon has just dropped a heavy write up on one of our personal favorite freight legends, ICHABOD. We where fortunate enough to contribute a few photos to the project. Cheers!
A bit late on my True/False recap post, better late than never. Here are just a few of my recommended documentary films to see in 2013.
The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear
Cutie & The Boxer
Expedition to the End of the World
Sara Hallie Richardson's What Would It Be Like official music video is now live! There were a lot of firsts for us on this one—really pleased with the outcome. Cheers to a solid cast & crew. You can listen to more Sara here.
ALGORHYTHMS – JURNE & MWM
A collaborative painting series.
A new series of canvas paintings celebrating the constant interplay, symmetry, and conflicts found through juxtaposing abstract compositions with modern calligraphy. These collaborative pieces are snapshots of conversations between JURNE and MWM, cross sections of dialogue, catalogued thoughts, and discussions on content and context. A year-long discourse, in the paint form, between two prolific artists working in adjacent disciplines.
Fourth Wall Gallery
132 Brookline Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
Artist Reception: May 18, 8-10PM
On Display: May 18 – June 29, 2012
MWM – http://mwmgraphics.com
JURNE – http://science-ism.com
FOURTH WALL – http://fourthwallproject.com
Mint Films is proud to be in such an awesome line up of local film makers for the Portland Phoenix's "The Best of 2012". This will truly be a tough decision. Vote now!
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