Sunday, September 2, 2018

LET THE CORPSES TAN Premiere Interviews with Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani, Hervé Sogne

                           Bruno Forzani & Hélène Cattet speak with Robert Mitchell

Let The Corpses Tan is the latest film from Amer, The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears duo of Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani. Let The Corpses Tan is a fever dream piece of cinema. The film moves away from the giallo genre of their previous efforts and is a post "spaghetti western, euro crime" film conceived and executed as only Cattet and Forzani can, with spectacular visuals. Robert Mitchell was at the midnight madness premiere and spoke with Hélène and Bruno as well as actor Hervé Sogne. Here are those interviews.

Learn more about the making of the film with the full Midnight Madness post-screening Q&A

VAMPIRE CLAY ヴァンパイアクレイ World Premiere Interviews Sôichi Umezawa, Asuka Kurosawa, Tamotsu Kimura

           Tamotsu Kimura, Sôichi Umezawa & Asuka Kurosawa speak with Robert Mitchell

The 2017 Midnight Madness at the Toronto International Film Festival closing night film was Sôichi Umezawa's Vampire Clay. Umezawa is a long time special effects artist and his feature film length debut as a writer and director was very much anticipated. The film did not disappoint. The film showcased excellent special effects as well as a nuanced story of what it means to be an artist. Robert Mitchell was at the premiere and here is the resulting interviews.