Mulberry Lane Show | Interview with Marc 02.23.13
Omaha World Herald | “Omaha Film Festival Finds a New Home” 11.16.13
Here’s a write-up from Bob Fischbach about the new home for the OFF:
The Omaha Film Festival is moving from its home of the past five years, Regal Cinema near 72nd Street and Sorensen Parkway, to Marcus Village Pointe Cinema, near 168th Street and West Dodge Road.
The announcement was made at a party Friday night for volunteers and local filmmakers. The ninth annual Omaha Film Festival will be March 5 through 9.
The Morning Blend | OFF 03.06.13
We were featured on The Morning Blend. You can watch it here.
NPR | Year Of The Living Dead
Interviews with documentary filmmakers with KIOS’s Cheril Lee:
Omaha World Herald | Omaha Film Festival Set for Five Days of Events
Bob Fischbach of the Omaha World Herald previews this year’s film festival:
The five-day festival will screen 91 films, including 16 narrative features, seven documentaries, four special screenings and 64 short films divided into seven sessions. All will be shown at Regal Cinema (formerly Great Escape), 7440 Crown Point Ave. Nightly parties at venues around the city will give film fans and filmmakers a chance to mingle and connect.
Shorts by Nebraska filmmakers, among the festival’s most popular offerings, number 19 this year and will be shown in three blocks, March 7 and 8 at 8:45 p.m. and March 9 at 8 p.m.
Necronomicast | Interview with Rob Kuhns, director of “Year of the Living Dead”
This podcast features an interview of Rob Kuhns, director of Year of the Living Dead.
In this episode Marc Longbrake, Program Director for the Omaha Film Festival joins Wayne in the studio and they interview Rob Kuhns, Director of the documentary Year of the Living Dead. They chat with Rob and discover how he documented the footage for his movie about the making and social impact of Night of the Living Dead. It will be shown at the Omaha Film Festival as part of their “Off The Edge” series.
NPR | Honor Flight
Here’s an interview with Dan Hayes, director of Honor Flight, which will be shown at this year’s OFF. Thanks to Cheril Lee for doing the interview.
NPR | La Source
Patrick Shen and Brandon Vedder’s film, La Source, is about a Princeton custodian, originally from Haiti, who seeks to bring clean water to his village back home. It’s one of the documentaries that’ll play at the Omaha Film Festival. Omaha Public Radio’s Cheril Lee has the details…
Daily Nebraskan | UNL alumni’s ‘One Way’ garners private screening at Omaha Film Festival
A UNL alum’s film gets a private screening at the Omaha Film Festival:
“One Way,” just accepted for a private screening at the Omaha Film Festival, follows Stephen, played by Jeffery, as he tries to find out exactly what he wants in life. Jeffery and his crew of mostly University of Nebraska-Lincoln alumni and students shot the movie last summer in just 13 days. Jeffery moved to Los Angeles for the movie’s post-production, which wrapped up early this year.
Jeffery said he connects deeply with the script he wrote.
“Stephen’s arc is pretty relatable to everybody,” Jeffery said, “… feeling trapped or feeling like you could be more if you lived somewhere else. Getting out of the town you grew up in.”
NPR | Becoming Fools
The Omaha Film Festival kicks off next Wednesday at the Regal Stadium 16. Among the documentaries in this year’s Festival is one by filmmaker Scott Moore called “Becoming Fools.” Omaha Public Radio’s Cheril Lee has more…