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Emily Carmichael is the next great writer-director of the kind of movies I love. Her ability to find warmth and humanity in genre storytelling is a superpower in itself.”

Colin Trevorrow

what we are seeing here is the emergence of a unique voice in american cinema; a new, great, fantasy comedienne.

-Film School Shorts

…brings awkward perfection to a tenuous, star cross’d love while treating their courtship as both realistic and epic. A clever blend of rudeness and romance.

Film School Rejects on RPG OKC 

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Animation Block Party Spotlight on ‘Ledo and Ix’s’ Carmichael

Animation Block Party Spotlight on ‘Ledo and Ix’s’ Carmichael

Animation Block Party (www.animationblock.com) is the premier animation festival of the East Coast. In this interview series, the founder of ABP, Casey Safron will be introducing Animation Magazine readers to some of the award winning animators who have screened at past ABP festivals. Emily Carmichael’s recent live-action…

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What to see at the third annual Foburg Fest

What to see at the third annual Foburg Fest

“The Hunter and the Swan Discuss Their Meeting” film, Mimi’s in the Marigny, 2601 Royal St., 8 pm. A whimsical and witty comedic fantasy short that was an official selection at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. via What to see at the third annual Foburg…

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First foburg.film festival arrives this weekend | Blog of New Orleans

First foburg.film festival arrives this weekend | Blog of New Orleans

Originally conceived as an extended Marigny pit stop for bands on their way to the huge annual SXSW Conference in Austin, the locally run foburg music festival takes a cinematic step forward this weekend with the addition of an offshoot called foburg.film. Festivities begin on…

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The Absurd Man – à la 8-Bit RPG

The Absurd Man – à la 8-Bit RPG

In four minute bursts, and with only 256 colors (which close-up, still manage to evoke real pathos), she parses the loopholes of consciousness, the automation of society, fear of the unknown, and the habits we cling to that give us meaning.

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Q&A w/ Sundance filmmaker Emily Carmichael “The Hunter and the Swan…”

Q&A w/ Sundance filmmaker Emily Carmichael “The Hunter and the Swan…”

“…by far, my favorite film of that last Sundance Program.”

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Interview With Sundance Filmmaker Emily Carmichael

Interview With Sundance Filmmaker Emily Carmichael

“We talked with the rising star about her attraction to sci-fi, her advice about Sundance, and her celebrity encounter with a cast member of The West Wing.”

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The Ghost and Us Takes Best Comedic Horror Short at Tabloid Witch Awards

The Ghost and Us Takes Best Comedic Horror Short at Tabloid Witch Awards

“Entries to the Tabloid Witch are often weak on story. Way too many serial killers or zombies killing people. Zombies attack. People run. Zombies kill. Repeat cycle. By contrast, The Ghost and Us has story arcs. Three of them, even! Each character changes in some small way by…

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Ledo and Ix has its first Fan Artwork, and it is AMAAAAAZING!!

So when I was 17, I went to art camp at Bennington college with Dan Romer, Lily Ladewig, Ray Tintori, Luke Fox, Eva Navon and more folks I can’t list because there’s apparently there’s a tag limit. One of them is the inimitable Jonathan Mann, who’s currently on a Song a Day regimen, and created this AMAZING SONG for Ledo and Ix. Enjoy it and marvel at his genius! Thank you Jonathan!

Check out more of Jonathan’s music at SONGATRON.

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Dallas Film Fest Interview

Dallas Film Fest Interview

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Well, except for the accusation of “thinness,” (which really, who can truly object to), I’d say this is a pretty good review.

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