At the Victoria TX Independent Film Festival, Kevin Gant took time to talk to us about being a subject in the documentary “Kevin”, being a musician, and the experience he has had this past year.
In Austin, TX in the early ’90s, Kevin Gant was the Duplass Brothers’ hero. They reveled in Kevin’s exploratory musical style and playful spirituality. But in 1995, Kevin mysteriously disappeared. Jay Duplass’ documentary debut explores who Kevin is, how he lost his inspiration, and what he must do to get it back.
Andy and Courtney from Slacker Mag interviewed by Timothy Danger.
Listen Now : Slacker Mag Interview
During our chaotic journey of the first night of the film fest, we met the awesome duo that creates the Slacker Magazine based out of Austin, TX. Andy and Courtney sat down and talked with us about their magazine, guerrilla distributing, and reporting on their scene in Austin, TX. For more information, feel free to check out their website www.slackermagaustin.com or look for their zines being distributed in wacky and fun places throughout Austin, TX.
Interview with Clayton Patterson and Daniel Levin by Timothy Danger.
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The films will be played at a double feature at the Leo J. Welder Hall for the Performing Arts tonight at 9:30 PM as part of the three day First Annual Victoria TX Indie Film Fest. For more information on this festival, prices, and other films being shown you can visit www.vtxiff.com for more information.
Interview with Kory and Karl from Museum Mouth by Timothy Danger.
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Graham High- Guitar
Karl Kuehn- Drums, Vocals
Kory Urban- Bass
We were lucky to have March Featured artist, comic book illustrator and all around nice guy Kristian Donaldson take time out of his busy booth duties to talk about his current project “The Massive” with us and the techniques he used to get some of the “shots” in the book. If you get a chance check him out on his website, you won’t be dissapointed!
To contact Kristian and view his art :: www.kristiandonaldson.com
I was lucky to have Scott from Red 5 comics take time out to talk a bit about Atomic Robo who is one of my favorite indie comic book characters.
I asked him if the series was ending (I heard a rumour) and he said “No Way!” and proceeded to talk about upcoming Atomic Robo stuff.
Besides AR, the indie comic company also publishes new titles The Abyss and Midknight which I also got to check out.
For those that don’t know, Red 5 was started by Paul Ens, former director of Lucasfilm’s StarWars.com and Lucas Online and Scott Chitwood, co-founder of TheForce.net and contributor to ComingSoon.net and SuperHeroHype.com. Get it… Red 5? Anyway… the focus is on creator based comics, and it is definitely worth your time to check out.