'cause when was the last time such 3, at the very least very interesting, high quality indie features came out of Maryland at the same time/in the same year? I do not recall. I do not think it's ever happened. All 3 films are being received well by some very important peeps in the indie film scene: audiences & or bloggers/reviewers & or film fest programmers.
If we are the MD New Wave (on the fiction features front), who is the old(er) wave? I guess John Waters & Barry Levinson. Two rocking local or local rooted filmmaking gentlemen. Love that Diner & the entire highly entertaining career of John Waters.
Dig it cinema studies people & bloggers (& film fest programmers & art/indie venue programmers, distributors, reviewers, cool audience members), dig it, get in on this sexy action pronto while me, Mike & Todd are still relatively unknown & relatively poor (i think, not sure about that one re: all 3 of us) 'cause I am sure we'll get busy very soon doing interviews for French film magazines & flying to Europe & Asia for special events :) :) :)
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