Interview with the stars of The Secret Society For SLOW ROMANCE - 9.7.20

Kicking the Seat interviews re: RENT-A-PAL with Wil Wheaton


The Slowdown podcast season 2, ep 1 - The Secret Society For SLOW ROMANCE movie discussion - underground film stars!

"Our monthly look at the fast-paced world of Slow Cinema returns! Ian and Sujewa welcome actress Alia Lorae to discuss progress on THE SECRET SOCIETY FOR SLOW ROMANCE, a COVID-era romantic comedy about two indie filmmakers who fall in love and end world poverty. It only SOUNDS absurd, until you realize that this is coming from the creator of WEREWOLF NINJA PHILOSOPHER--meaning the premise only tells half the story (at best). Sujewa talks about writing the film and preparing to shoot and star in it; Alia shares how she came to star in WEREWOLF and SLOW ROMANCE, and how she'll channel her artistic background to add realism to her first feature leading role."

Werewolf Ninja Philosopher Filmmaker & Underground Films Interview - You'll Probably Agree podcast


On Chadwick Boseman + A chat w/ Filmmaker Sujewa Ekanayake: Indie Filmmaking, Underground Films & Slow Cinema, Representation Matters, & Kamala Harris

An introduction written by podcast host Art Shrian Tiwari - "In the latest episode of #ArtApproved! #podcast by myNewYorkeye : I talk a little about #ChadwickBoseman first, since the episode was pre-recorded.
Special guest, filmmaker and my dear friend Sujewa Ekanayake joins me for a great chat about being an indie filmmaker, filmmaking life & some pro-tips, underground filmmakers and an intro to slow cinema. Then we talk about his film Werewolf Ninja Philosopher (starring me!) and his upcoming project Slow Romance movie . We also talk about the state of diversity/inclusion and Hollywood and finally, Kamala Harris . A great episode with lost of great information. Listen to it on the link below, or find it wherever you listen to podcasts. Don't forget to like/share/follow/subscribe."

Joe Swanberg Slow Cinema - new movie at

It's good.  Check it out here - is Build The Wall - but the wall in question does not have anything to do with the Mexican border wall political issue.  It's about a wall being built at a guy's yard - as a gift for his birthday.It's like a Slow Cinema movie - unfolds at its own pace.  Enjoyable.  Takes place in rural Vermont.NoBudge has an interview with Swanberg about going back to his minimalist filmmaking roots -

Meet THE PRESS GANG - film critics Godfrey Cheshire, Matt Zoller Seitz, and Armond White


Filmmaker Brandon David Wilson interview - On Covid19, Sepulveda movie, the future, growing up in LA