Cult films by acclaimed director screen at Trustees to raise funds for Keith Kozel
THE YEARS-LONG effort by the extended arts and rock 'n’ roll community in Savannah to help Keith Kozel get a kidney transplant is entering a new and critical phase. As of this writing, Kozel—frontman for two legendary Savannah bands, GAM and Superhorse—has found a kidney donor and the transplant surgery is scheduled very soon.
Inside info on what to see when
WITH A record breaking 1,150 competition entries from all over the world to sift through this year, as well as engaging studio releases and festival favorites, the selection process for the 2015 Savannah Film Festival was not for the faint of heart.
"Can I direct camera people remotely all over the world?”
A talk with producer Alison Owen about the Festival opener
'When we first started development six years ago, it was quite a hard, because feminism was not nearly such a sexy subject.'
Music, horror flicks highlight celebration
IT'S vinyl and horror authority Ryan Graveface’s favorite month, and you know what that means: cobwebs, limited release records, and scary movies galore!
For an undeniably amusing look at Savannah in film 'before we were famous,' there aren't many better options than these two B-classics, and further treasures certainly remain just under the surface.