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The two part post you were so anxiously waiting for - Part Deux. Gog was just going to ask if the new found success and notoriety has brought about any requests to star in other's works or collaborations.
This new notoriety is leading to new things, yes, we're getting word of some awards looming in the future, as well as interest in festivals and calls for more interviews in international magazines and blogs.
We're expanding and I think it's a good thing because it gives all of us the opportunity to do more. Amy is the leading lady on this, of course. But the rest are not far behind. The work now is centered on the release of Dead But Dreaming.
I know that Jac is going through a difficult time putting it together because it is a very special film, with a very particular style, a narrative that is very much Jac's way of telling a story.
There's a date of release and that creates a lot of stress, which is also good. Life is changing as well, in many different ways, professionally and personally.
Now, I would pay to see a movie like that! Now, Amy Hesketh would likely be game enough and athletic enough to take on a role like that, but now that she's become a serious actress and her company is making prestigious films about writers and vampires that are written up in top magazines, I'm not sure she would go back to her roots and make a complete bondage romp, even though a production like that could have serious cult appeal.
A jungle scenario, with tons of GIMP, it's what they are all about. What brought all the attention in the first place was Maleficarum and what is bringing the attention now is Barbazul. As I was typing this words, Amy was tagged in a post by none other than the director of a famous Hollywood horror film festival, describing her enthusiasm after discovering Amy in Fangoria.
Her extensive list of horror-and-historically-inspired films reads like a s Spanish horror film collection, or maybe like the accumulated works of a darker, more sadistic Anna Biller.
What is very, very nice and intriguing is that these gimpy films are written up about in top magazines.
There's not doubt in my mind that when someone sees, as Bill K points out, Amy's Maleficarum dungeon torture scenes and her long spit roast and her bats scene every other gimp movie they've seen in the past is forgettable.
I don't think that was Jac's intention when he started shooting the movie, but looking back into everything he did in the past, it was inevitable. And as Ralphus points out the kind of stuff an independent company like Pachamama Films is producing is actually pretty rare in this day and age.
You're sure not going to see Maleficarum 2 made in Hollywood any time soon.
These are not the kind of movies that are made with multiplexes in mind, even if they are shown, at least here, in multiplexes, which is kind of unique. We're not about to taper off, on the contrary, Amy and Jac are eager to explore darker, even more twisted, scenarios where GIMP reigns supreme.
There's a Maleficarum kind of movie in the works, one that will certainly try to outdo Maleficarum. At this point I remain supportive of Amy and her crew! Its just so many times these folks are consumed by the "growth" monster. I don't think our growth is monstrous. Even if we reach a wider audience, we don't think we'll be so mainstream that we'll forget what made us in the first place.
It's nice to have more production values, more equipment, more of everything to create movies with quality and it's even nicer to be able to have all that to make the movies we love to make.
Thomas Chaser Falstaff, thank you for raising an interesting topic. I remember watching the original Red Feline film and admiring the creative artistry the makers were trying to achieve, tempered by my thoughts of "Damnit, why is the lighting so dark?
She didn't shave her pits. The "tortures" were certainly demented and believable, helped by the good acting of Camille. In the old days of Red Feline, Jac had to work with analogue equipment that had a tremendous limitation when it came down to work with lights.
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