Tag Archives: new York city

Screening @ Anthology Film Archives

We are ecstatic to announce that “The Sheol Express” was selected as a part of the “New Filmmakers” screening series and will be screening at the Anthology Film Archives on December 13th.  Tickets go on sale at 5:30pm, and the show starts at 8!

Anthology is a bastion of  independent and classic film, and we are honored to be screening in the same house that Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, and other New York regulars often appear at. Hope to see you there!

 

Thoughts from our Editor

Evan Derrick, our brilliant editor, had some thoughts and experiences that he wanted to share from his time in New York, while we locked the edit in December.  Evan, originally from Maryland, moved to Tulsa, and we flew him in to communicate better while we finalized the edit.

An excerpt:

So, a few weeks ago I was in New York finalizing the edit of The Sheol Express with my two directors, Ryan and Mike (more on that later). As you can see from the picture, I was a lean mean editing machine, and heaven help you if you got in my way (at least that’s what I take away from that picture).

After 2 days of non-stop work, I needed to be released from my cage, so I convinced the powers that be that we should go out for the evening. What would a trip to New York City be after all if you didn’t go out for a night on the town? So we meandered our way over to Tribeca to sample the hearty offerings of the Ear Inn which, Ryan assured me, had the best Guinness tap in the city. A live jazz band called the Ear Regulars was playing in the foyer who, despite their schlocky pun of a name, were very good, and we squeezed past them in order to pounce on the one empty table in the back.

Check out his thoughts and experiences from his trip to New York City on his brilliant blog, The Brink of 30.