In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50 – Interview with Toby Amies

Toby Amies on Striving to Stay in the Moment: A Walking Interview with the Director of In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50

By Christopher Rzigalinski

Director Toby Amies : Photo courtesy of ARPR Publicity

Toby Amies is a documentarian that uses himself as a storytelling device. The sincere first-person interview style of his Great Garden series, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, and now In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50 introduces audiences to what he lovingly calls “monomaniacal” characters in vulnerable states. Toby’s presence appears through his disembodied voice, engaging film subjects with compassion and creating space for viewers to fill. It’s an immersive style of filmmaking that adds layers to every project. 

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 66 (Interview with Shanice Archer)

Netflix’s Creeped Out actress, Shanice Archer has gone from the TV screen to saving seas. On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast , Nile Fortner discusses with Shanice Archer her acting, singing, and filmmaking career that lead to her passion project, Children of Oceanville. This is a short film by Archer about ocean conservation. Nile Fortner and Shanice Archer discuss her music career such as opening for ‘The Sugarhill Gang’. Shanice Archer also discusses South Florida versus her new life in London, being on set for the horror series Creeped Out, and more.

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Sleep No More (2018) – Interview with Keli Price

Keli Price Talks a Life in Film, Making a Difference Through Art, and Sleep No More

Keli Price

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By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

The best acting roles are those that allow artists to build on the best parts of their personalities to develop authentic characters. The characters that develop are more relatable and strengthen the projects to which they contribute. Keli Price (Side Effects) relies on his own resilient drive and determination to portray Joe, the leader of a graduate student cohort performing a sleep study under dubious ethical circumstances, in the horror film Sleep No More. I had a chance to talk with Keli about his creative approach and making the film ahead of its October 2nd release on DVD ($27.97), VOD, and digital platforms.

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