Monthly Archives: September 2012

Exclusive Interview with Elza Kephart, writer/director of Go In The Wilderness

“With two sticks and a quarter, we dug ourselves up there.”   The latest film from acclaimed independent director Elza Kephart promises to be one of the most moving pieces on the film festival circuit when it makes its debut.  … Continue reading

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The King’s Ladies: Stephen King’s ultimate characters.

 As his sixty-fifth birthday winds down, I decided what better way to reflect on arguably the most prolific horror author of all time’s career than by celebrating the strongest female characters in Stephen King’s library of work.  King has made … Continue reading

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Elza Kephart will Go In The Wilderness, and you can help!

Awesome news out of Quebec recently, as Elza Kephart has announced that her latest film, Go In The Wilderness , is in post-production and will begin a crowd-funding campaign on October 16. Shot entirely in the wilderness of Quebec (700 … Continue reading

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