This week, we’ve got a bit of sad news for Pittsburgh indie filmmakers with reports that Pittsburgh Filmmakers, one of the oldest non profit filmmaking centers, have cancelled fall classes and are planning to sell their Melwood Ave building. We also are joined with Tony Wash, a rising star in indie horror who has been featured at SXSW and Screamfest. He sits down to discuss the trials and tribulations of independent filmmaking as well as his newest features, The Rake, Skeletons in the Closet, and High on the Hog.
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Calling all Indie filmmakers! We Want Your Movies!
As indie filmmakers, we can appreciate the value of a review of your work. Film festivals, distribution companies, sales agents, etc. all look at reviews and press that a film can get when considering picking up a film. If you are interested in submitting your indie film for review, contact us at the links below with a digital screener of your movie and we will do what we can to feature it on a future episode of The Cinema Psychos Show.