Secrets of the Dead Film Festival seeks YOUR short horror movie for screenings on or near Halloween 2022. Films may be new or old, made by anyone, and made anywhere — we do not discriminate by identity. Submit via filmfreeway !
The Babylon Theater in Berlin invited Syndicate director Jeffrey Wengrofsky to curate & present four consecutive film programs: Secrets of Outer Space, Secrets of Inner Space, Secrets of the Deep-Dreams on Film, and an unprecedented screening of nine Syndicate shorts. Owing to plague, this blessed event has been postponed until some time in the mysterious and seemingly remote future when civilization (cinema) returns. Stay pruned for details, fellow cineastes !
The Syndicate mourns the deaths of two friends and collaborators in celluloid: Jack Terricloth and Leslie Barany. Our flag is at half-mast.
The Syndicate of Human Image Traffickers makes documentary films that focus on tensions in the creative life between art and commerce, democracy and demagoguery, freedom and debauchery, sexiness and sexism, existentialism and inspiration, bohemianism and mores, psychedelic illumination and cosmic mumbo-jumbo, etc. Our films are not available on any website for free; they are usually off-line so that they can be screened at festivals, galleries, and other arts institutions. Our first four films were simultaneously broadcast on the blog of Coilhouse Magazine.
To date, Syndicate soundtracks have been commissioned to members of: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Cramps, The World/Inferno Friendship Society, The Mars Volta, Beaut, The Brickbats, Thompson Automatic, The Godz, The Hold Steady, Sonny Vincent, The Fungus Fire Tabernacle Choir, The Cult Heroes, and The Nixon-Mao Handshake. Our coming contraptions reel was scored by J.G. Thirlwell aka Foetus. The Syndicate collaborates with photographers like Ian Couch, Margee Challa, Janelle Rominski, Dan Efram, Arin Sangurai, and Tina Zimmer, as well as illustrators like Bill Anderson and Heather Lee Allen.
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