Director and New Orleans native Scott R. Sullivan has chosen to tell a story about this underrepresented facet of gun violence with his latest feature film, Chances.
We connect the blockbuster with an exuberance of youth – with getting a parent to take us to see Space Jam, with riding along in a van full of neighbor kids, with taking our own children to experience something simple that brought us joy. Today, we examine the blockbuster tropes that have brought bombastic entertainment to the masses and the films that define a genre.
Crater is the latest Baton Rouge-filmed project to land on the Disney+ platform, following the National Treasure: Edge of History series, which aired its Season One finale back in February.
Producer Sasha Yelaun talks ‘Monstrous’, filming during Covid, and a story that resonates with traumatized grief
For an industry that is still perhaps coming out of an emotional pandemic hangover, it feels relevant to reflect on a film that was endangered to fall apart right in the middle of it. Fable House talked with Producer Sasha Yelaun about his experience during Covid completing a thematically heavy supernatural thriller that rests somewhere between Mad Men and The Twilight Zone.
Polite horror at a murder party in The Hills – Writer and Director Duncan Birmingham talks about sleek Shudder thriller ‘Who Invited Them?’
With the 2023 Overlook Film Fest around the corner, we talked to Writer and Director Duncan Birmingham about his 2022 premiere, and what it was like creating a sleek and dangerous house party in The Hills.
Linklater’s ‘Hitman’ with Glen Powell as the ‘quiet murderer minding his business’ begins filming in New Orleans on October 4th
Richard Linklater’s Hitman starring Glen Powell as undercover hitman, begins production on October 4th in New Orleans, and will wrap on November 16th.
Creeping Death by Matt Sampere is a slasher film that takes place on Halloween. The story follows a young man and his friends after they break a sacred halloween tradition kept between humans and otherworldly deities known as “Aos Si”. Here’s what Matt Sampere told Fable House about a movie four years in the making, and bringing life to the lush atmospheric horror of “Creeping Death”.
Hedgehog is a short film about a young Hispanic caregiver named Hannah, who accidentally discovers that one of her patients, Mr. Holtz, might be a former Nazi criminal hiding under a false identity. Ye’ela Rosenfeld gave us her perspective on the unsettling themes of “Hedgehog”.
“I Think I’m Dying” is a corona rom-com about two isolated, paranoid individuals reconnecting during quarantine. We spoke to Paavo Hanninen, NOLA filmmaker, about making this corona short.