Rubio and Crispy from The Antagonist Movement sit down with us to talk about the movie “The Dolls of Lisbon” and their projects.
Interview by Timothy Danger.
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Here is Day 3 from OMBG’s wandering Camera
The first cool thing that happened was we synced up with Ethan Minsker of the Antagonist Art Movement and he came over to the OMBG studio home to shoot some footage for an upcoming film project. Ethan and the Antagonist crew have been very inspirational the past few days just like our German friends Boris, Karla and Stohead. They have shared their stories and experiences with us and have given us the inspiration we need for those dark days when it seems like we should just quit. I can’t thank them enough for their inspiration and it was a treat to be on the other side of the microphone for once as he explained our story is just as interesting as anyone else’s
Soon afterwards Crispy and Rubio showed up and we were able to interview everyone about their role as artists and the film “The Dolls Of Lisbon”
After that, we went downtown where Ethan did a quick workshop with us teaching stop action animation with a camera…
Then we caught ALL AGES at the Golden Gecko
Then headed over to VIP to catch up with our buds from WHEN WE RULED H TOWN
watched Wackford Squeers play at the Golden Gecko…
and Something Called Nothing…
There is a lot going on at VTXIFF, here’s OMBG’s wandering camera
First we went to the Stout City Luchadores recording session
And we stuck around for Joe Reyna’s session
We finished up in time to catch Joe Reyna at Cinema Under The Stars
Then we walked over to the Welder Center to meet Rutger Hauer who gave us lots of insight on indie films and his roles over the years.
Then stayed for the Q&A of Il Futuro
Grabbed a bite at Tasty’s Tacos…
Then headed over to Cinema Under The Stars
and capped the night off at the insanely crowded Roundball Afterparty…
We met up with Ted from Never Records and Jason who directed the film NEVER RECORDS YOU ARE NOT LISTENING, to talk a little about the movie which made it’s first ever debut last night.
In true NEVER RECORDS fashion, he recorded it using his equipment and cut it to vinyl.
Interview by Tim Danger.
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