Traverse City Film Festival: If you made it to town for the 9th Traverse City Film Festival—awesome, we probably rubbed elbows in a film line or two. But even if you weren't in Traverse, no sweat, we covered the bases well enough for everybody. Here's a roundup of our highlights in the last few days... 3, 2, 1, rolling!
Producer Rebecca Reynolds (The Girl on the Train) interviews the filmmakers behind Orenthal, a quirky musical about the O.J. Simpson murder case.
Thomas Morgan on Waiting For Mamu (still to come—check back!)
Chiami Karasawa on Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me (still to come—check back!)
We catch up with first-time film director Craig Zisk on his film The English Teacher, playing at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival.
We sit down with co-directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman to discuss the controversial film at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival, Lovelace.
CNN Hero of the Year Pushpa Basnet, who rescues children from prison cells in Nepal, attends “Waiting for Mamu” world premiere.
Director Thomas Morgan speaks on his documentary film showing one woman rescuing children from prison cells in Nepal.
We sit down with director Robert Stone and discuss his documentary Pandora's Promise and the subject of nuclear energy.
Local filmmakers, Rebecca Reynolds and Jim Carpenter, discuss their experiences making their new film and the Traverse City Film Festival.
University of Michigan film students discuss semester projects at Traverse City Film Festival 2013 film school panel.
The morning panel discussion at the Traverse City Film Festival had Michael Moore talking with Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, who have a decade-long friendship and have collaborated (co-writing, directing, acting) on the films The East and The Sound of My Voice.
Students from the University of Michigan premiere their short films, Fender Bender and Open House at TCFF 9.
A handful of reasons to make the festival a top summer priority.
Lovable $1 movies and activities day after day on the Lars Hockstad lawn.
We stayed up late for these midnight showings.
Admission = $0. Free movies compliments of the Traverse City Film Festival.
The must-eats before and after the popcorn and soda.
Get up and stretch the legs while wandering into these Front Street boutiques.
Because the movies are just half of the action.