Cinema: Inside Llewin Davis


by Nicla Catano [traduzione in italiano in basso] I wanted to start in a different way but, when I carelessly decided to see what they said about this movie (normally I don’t do it to express my opinion without any other influences) I have been astonished. I had in mind clean photograms, a direct poetry … Continue reading

Visual Poems by Sebastian Wesman


“Visual Poems” is a film project made by the team of composer and filmmaker Sebastian Wesman. The film is divided into seven visual poems that are all filmed in Tallinn, Estonia. “Visual Poems” is an ensemble of short cinematographic pieces which their author defines as haikus in image. Text by Andrus Keller [Traduzione in italiano in … Continue reading

Fluster Magazine exclusive interview with Jeremiah Kipp


Meet movie director Jeremiah Kipp, considered by many to be a  Cult Filmmakers You Should Know , we definitely think he is a Cult Filmmakers You  MUST Not Miss! Interviewed by Giulia Bertelli – Hi Jeremiah, when and how did you start to direct movies? I was twelve years old, and my grandparents bought a camcorder to shoot … Continue reading

Cinema: Extreme Jukebox


– “A little town is in shock after a series of murders, maybe related to the finding of an LP presumed to be cursed. Jessie Cake, an increasingly popular heavy metal singer, and his girlfriend Chloe will have to face trouble bigger than what they thought…” And that was what  all the world  knew  about … Continue reading

Le vie del cinema: Locarno e Venezia 2012.


[scroll down for English translation] Anche quest’anno è finita la rassegna che porta qui a Milano i film della Biennale di Venezia e di Locarno. Purtroppo non vengono proiettati tutti i film e in più, per ovvi motivi di spazio-tempo, ognuno deve fare delle scelte. A volte va bene e altre volte va male, è … Continue reading

Interview with Lamberto Bava


Interview with Lamberto Bava by Alberto Bogo Translated by Chiara Costantino Photos by Sonia Passarelli [Scorrere in basso per la traduzione in Italiano] Lamberto Bava is one of the most renowed Italian genre movie directors abroad. He has worked for both cinema and television, and among his most famous movies there are “Macabre” (1980), “Demons” … Continue reading

Showcase: TJ Scott

She Waits In The WIndow

T.J. Scott grew up as an actor in Canada, and then he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career behind the camera.  He has worked in Hollywood for the past 15 years as a Director/Writer/Producer of Films and TV Series. T.J. has always been intrigued by and entrenched in the world of fine arts, including painting and … Continue reading