“I realized at an early age that I wanted to be in the entertainment industry. But it wasn’t until I watched the ending to one of my favorite films, Annie Hall, in the hospital that I realized I absolutely had to do this! There’s a part where Woody Allen’s character is creating his first play. At one point he says, 'We’re always trying to get things right through art that we couldn’t in life'. That statement punched me in the gut. I thought, if that character could do it, I could too.” ~Keith Walker (Filmmaker)
Low Budget, High Art: An Interview with Indie Filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp
For almost two decades, NYC-based filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp has made a name for himself as a creator of bold and uncompromising experimental narratives. I sat down with him to discuss Body Horror, Poe & how he finally made a film his grandmother can watch.