We sat with Franci at one of the loudest spots in Toronto - Nathan Phillips Square! Why? Well, Franci was on lunch break from her JOB! But she was still kind enough to chat all things Limbs! Check it out!
On a smooth Skype Call from glorious Montreal, Hannah Louisy (director of the thoughtful, hilarious Bro Collage) caught up with Seb and Adam!
RENEE Y LIANG
Weeda exited the transcription lair and moved in front of the mic with Adam to chat all (well, some) things Yolk with director Renee Y Liang!
Nara and Adam sat on the dewey grass in Grange Park, talking loudly on speakerphone with Cadence Weapon - the artist behind High Rise.
Seb and Adam chatted with Nick about all things fandom, and fandom’s connection with Nick’s emotional essay film (or perhaps not essay film???) Nadia’s Songs.
SABRINA CARRIZO SZTAINBOK
Sabrina sat on a Danger Storm as Seb & Adam helped contribute to a safe, safe, cozy, safe conversation about work, life, and the likes! It’s a storm, but it’s like a safe storm of smart words!
In the midst of Dog Central, Adam and Nara had a chat with Noah Gehman. He spoke smartly about his growth as a filmmaker, the importance of collaboration, and cryptochips. Free French Fries!
Adam woke up bright and early for a 12-o-clock Skype call with David Vassos, dir. of the aptly-titled David Hold the Door for Too Long. David’s infectious positivity is a better start to the day than coffee!
Hannah, Adam & Nara ate Pocky and dried apricots with Kourtney as they discussed religion, weird “professionalism”, Igor and more! Read it below!
On a sunny afternoon, Omneya lounged in the Christie Pits grass to chat with Nara & Adam about brain juices, plagiarism and her film Mold City - which will be screening at Insomniac 2019!
We met Jamie Whitecrow on a sunny, rooftop patio in the middle of downtown Toronto for a quick chat about Jamie's latest film, Lunar Schism. Adam Bovoletis & Weeda Azim took the lead with questions. Thank you Hannah Raine for the pics!
An interview with the one and only Nara Wriggs! Adam Bovoletis, Weeda Azim and Hannah Raine (our social media legend) sit with Nara to chat about their gorgeous film Endless Cycle of Saying Goodbye, while snappin’ some pics on a yellow couch.
Just a little beyond Toronto is the city of Oakville, where Weeda & Adam hung out on the grass with Mikayla to talk about her beautiful, impactful short Thanks for the Letter, which closed the 5th annual Insomniac Film Festival.
Joey Phillipson sat with Hannah Raine, Weeda Azim & Adam Bovoletis in a beautiful river-side grassland to discuss Comedy, Cold Conditions, and The Conch (Joey's latest ocean-themed extravaganza).
SONIA BECKWITH COLE
This interview consists of Adam Bovoletis & Weeda Azim gushing over Sonia’s film—or rather, her cool, cool video art—Wet. We met up with Sonia at Christie Pits and lounged in the shade under a tree, excited to ask questions. Hannah Raine took sooo many pics.
OPEN CALL: FILM PITCHES FOR BATTLE OF THE SCORES 2020!
Insomniac is teaming up with TIFF Next Wave once again for another Battle of the Scores! Submit your film pitches and get money to make movies! What’s not to love???
OPEN CALL: SUBMIT YOUR PITCH FOR BATTLE OF THE SCORES!
Insomniac Film Festival is teaming up with TIFF Next Wave to co-present the 2019 edition of Next Wave’s annual Battle of the Scores event. And we’re looking for submissions! This is a great opportunity to make a film and have it scored LIVE at the TIFF Bell Lightbox!
OPEN CALL: SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO VIDEOCRUNCH
Insomniac Film Festival is co-presenting VIDEOCRUNCH, a wild concert/film fest/multimedia show curated by NUMUS Concerts & Arie Verheul-van de Ven. We’re looking for video content for the show, and we’ll pay for it!