Point Shoot n Eat – 110 – The Shape of the Mind in 4K!

Host Garett Weston Thomas discusses the widest range of topics yet in this vlog entry, first for 2018, on a rainbow spectrum ranging from epileptic status and fried chicken to LGBT indies and the #MeToo movement to the 90th Academy Awards and The Three Amigos. First “Point Shoot ‘n’ Eat” released in 4K! Also took Read More …

Point Shoot ‘n’ Eat – 105 – Travel Eats from Seattle & Monterey

Hear all about two recent culinary minivaca trips in Seattle and Monterey, see foodie pics from Yelp and Instagram, plus other random deets from the perspective of Garett Thomas, SF Indie Filmmaker. See full vlog at link below: http://directorG.com/point-shoot-n-eat

Shared from Vulture: Why Latino Movie Stars Have Never Been More Necessary

This article paints a great picture of the difference between “above the line” and “below the line” filmmakers, and how one group seems to finally have been allowed to enter, and the other, barely a step. I’m referring, of course, to Latino actors, specifically in lead roles. The first two “recent” films that ring a Read More …

Shared from Roxie: LOS TRES AMIGOS: THE BREAKTHROUGH FILMS OF CUARÓN, DEL TORO AND IÑÁRRITU

Cinematic pioneers Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu, oft referred to as The Three Amigos, brought about a Mexican filmmaking revival in the ’90s. Now, at the Roxie Theater in SF, there will be multiple screenings for their early works: Y Tu Mama Tambien, Pan’s Labyrinth, Amores Perros and more. Visit this Read More …