Posted on Saturday, April 27th, 2013 by David Chen
The Independent Film Festival of Boston is in full swing! While I’m unable to attend, I was thrilled to be able to grab some time with writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait, whose newest film, Willow Creek, will be premiering at IFFB. Bobcat chatted with me about the veracity of the Patterson-Gimlin bigfoot footage, the making of his films, and the benefits of impersonating him on Twitter. Listen to the podcast after the jump.
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Update: The broadcast is finished! Thanks to everyone who joined.
The 11th Annual Independent Film Festival of Boston (IFFB) is just around the corner! Tickets are already on sale online, and their lineup looks incredible as always. Regrettably, I’ll be unable to make the festival this year, but I was able get actor/writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait to agree to a live, 1-hour Q&A with the /Film audience. Goldthwait’s newest film, Willow Creek, will be premiering at IFFB.
We’ll be broadcasting this conversation on Monday night (April 14th) beginning at 7 PM Pacific. Just bookmark this post and return to it at that time to see the live stream below (we’ll also bring it back to the top of slashfilm.com then). Feel free to submit your questions below in the comments, or use the hashtag #IFFBoston on Twitter. See you tomorrow night!
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Even when his films aren’t fully successful, I really like what Bobcat Goldthwait is doing as a director. He’s making films that are funny and direct extensions of his own id, but that at their best channel more than simple anger and frustration.
So what can we expect from his next film, Willow Creek, which is evidently a found-footage movie that centers around the existence (or lack thereof) of Bigfoot? Read More »