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Reality Check: Time travelling Hobbits and other Cryptic paradoxes

November 5, 2009

Reality Check:
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Time travelling Hobbits and other Cryptic paradoxes

Alex Fitch, director Chris Bouchard plus some of The Hunt for Gollum cast and crew

Alex Fitch, director Chris Bouchard plus some of The Hunt for Gollum cast and crew

In a pair of Q & As recorded in front of a live cinema audience at this year’s Sci-Fi London Film Festival, Alex Fitch talks to the directors of two new low budget films: The Hunt for Gollum and Cryptic. Joining Alex and director Chris Bouchard on stage, members of the cast and crew of The Hunt for Gollum talk about making an extended short film that stands up to the quality of the official Lord of the Rings movies, in an adaptation of material by J.R.R. Tolkein that was a labour of love for all involved, even when recreating Middle Earth in Epping Forest on limited resources. Alex also talks to producer / co-director Danny Kuchuck about his film Cryptic which mixes teen therapy with tropes of murder mysteries, revenge thrillers and time paradoxes to create an intriguing Sci-Fi drama.

For more info, please visit the home of this podcast at Sci-Fi London

Links: IMDb pages on The Hunt for Gollum and Cryptic
Official websites for The Hunt for Gollum and Cryptic

In association with: Sci-Fi London logo

Recommended events: Autumn comics conventions…

5th to the 26th of November: Comica, the three week festival of comics in and around the Institute of Comtemporary Arts in London includes appearances by Eddie Campbell, David Lloyd, Brian Talbot, James Jean and Tara McPherson. – more info at www.comicafestival.com

19th to the 22nd of November: The Thought Bubble sequential art festival in Leeds which includes appearances by Paul Cornell, Gary Erskine, Garen Ewing, Andy Diggle, Frank Quietly and many more – more info at www.thoughtbubblefestival.com

November Small Press events:

The Small Press Comiket, Sunday 8th November which is part of the fortnight long Comica festival at The ICA, on The Mall, in Central London

Are you zine friendly?”, Thursday 12th November, an Alternative Press event at the Foundry in Hoxton, promoting a new small press web resource: the Zine Friendly blog! And that’s at 86 Great Eastern Street.

For more info about all these events please visit: comicsandzines.wordpress.com

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  1. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] by Virginie Sélavy Mike Kaplan (Never Apologise – a personal visit with Lindsay Anderson) Danny Kuchuk (Cryptic) Joe Lawlor (Civic Life / Helen) Guy Maddin (The Saddest Music in the World / My Winnipeg) […]

  2. Film Podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] by Virginie Sélavy Mike Kaplan (Never Apologise – a personal visit with Lindsay Anderson) Danny Kuchuk (Cryptic) Joe Lawlor (Civic Life / Helen) Guy Maddin (The Saddest Music in the World / My Winnipeg) […]

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