Check out this exclusive Daylight commentary by writer / director David Barker and producer Jay van Hoy.
Lots of light breaking today.
Daylight has beamed along a singular path, from early rehearsals through a blisteringly fast shoot, extended post-production, select festival screenings, scaring Marisa Tomei out of a Lower East Side theater space….
The Afterlight has gone through a different prism….
Monsters. Obsession. Computer Games.
Common sense says you can’t make a living in America playing avant-garde improvisational jazz. But Ken Vandermark does it anyway.
A ferocious film in two parts, depicting and severely criticizing the rise and reign of Alexander Lukashenko, dictator of Belarus.
“Indelible portraits of power’s absolute corruption…an astonishing diatribe…heaves with disturbing scenes of violence against innocent Belarussians…a primal howl of outrage.”
- Jeannette Catsoulis, NY TIMES