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Fandor Exclusive: “Hannah Ha Ha”
New England filmmakers Joshua Pikovsky and Jordan Tetewsky, the talents behind last year’s Slamdance Grand Jury prizewinner for Best Narrative Feature HANNAH HA HA, bring their own finely tuned sensibilities to bear on the now-familiar quarter-age crisis genre, updating it to reflect the late-capitalist limbo we’re all living in.
INTERVIEW: Alex Phillips on “All Jacked Up and Full of Worms”
Like some punk-rock answer to CRIMES OF THE FUTURE, the sex, drug and body horror revels of a back-alley cabal of hallucinogenic worm-eaters in ALL JACKED UP AND FULL OF WORMS conjure a bizarre underground culture literally exploding with transgressive hijinks. Keyframe recently met Phillips for a brief Zoom chat to get wormy and weird.