Video: Q&A

    Following TUSK's US premiere at Fantastic Fest, director Kevin Smith and actor Justin Long take the stage to discuss a wide range of long-wiskered, fish-eating transformative tales. Check out the ex-Clerk and former Apple guy as they drop plenty of F-bombs.
    Following ABC'S OF DEATH 2 world premiere at Fantastic Fest, producers Tim League and Ant Timpson lead the biggest Q&A ever inviting 17 of the films directors to take the stage.
  • Secret Screening of CLOUD ATLAS with surprise guests the Wachowskis
    Wednesday we hosted our second secret screening, the absolutely extraordinary CLOUD ATLAS, with co-directors Lana Wachowski and Andy Wachowski in attendance! The film was a remarkable success with our audience, and Wachowski Starship gave one of the best Q&As we've ever seen.
  • Fantastic Fest 2012 THE AMERICAN SCREAM Q&A
    Chances are you've come across one in your lifetime. Your neighbor may be one. Your co-worker may be one. There could even be one in your family. Sometimes they operate alone and sometimes they involve their loved ones. The moment they wait for is over in what seems like the blink of an eye but there can be months of planning, designing and building leading up to a night of terror. These people are home haunters.
  • Fantastic Fest SINISTER Q&A
    SINISTER is a frightening new thriller about a true crime novelist who discovers a box of mysterious, disturbing home movies that plunge his family into a nightmarish experience of supernatural horror.
  • Fantastic Fest 2012 WAKE IN FRIGHT Q&A
    A Palme D'Or nominee based on the 1961 book of the same name by Kenneth Cook and directed by FIRST BLOOD's Ted Kotcheff, a relatively new director at the time, WAKE IN FRIGHT is an uncompromisingly brutal look at what happens when men are left alone together in the country with guns and a lot of beer. This is going to be a mind-blower on the big screen. Get ready.
    The fourth installment of the Universal Soldier franchise reunites action legends Jean-Claude Van Dammeand Dolph Lundgren. Surviving Unisols Luc Deveraux (Van Damme) and Andrew Scott (Lundgren) battle anarchy to build a new order ruled by Unisols without government oversight. To accomplish this, they weed out the weak and constantly test their strongest warriors in brutal, life-and-death combat.
  • Fantastic Fest AMERICAN MARY Q&A
    Disillusioned with her chosen profession and perpetually broke, medical student Mary Mason finds herself drawn into a shady world of underground surgery and body modification.
  • Fantastic Fest and Fandango present: LOVE Q&A
    Writer/Director Will Eubank and Producer Tom DeLonge of Angels & Airwaves speak about their movie about a guy in space with a guy who actually was in space, legendary game developer and former resident of the International Space Station, Richard Garriott.
  • Fantastic Fest and Fandango present: THE DAY Q & A
    Robert Rodriguez's prodigiously talented protégé Doug Aarniokoski directs THE DAY, an edge-of-your-seat war action horror, in the vein of MAD MAX, ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 and FROM DUSK TIL DAWN. Set in a bleak, post-apocalyptic world, where much of the remaining population has turned to the chaos of open warfare. A group of survivors, just normal people forced into a life of constant battle for survival, are now lost, wandering the desolate country in hopes of finding a true refuge. There is no mission objective. There is no destination. There used to be 12. Only 5 remain. One survivor falls victim to illness and when faced with an impending storm, the group decides to take shelter at an abandoned farmhouse. This is a horrifying glimpse into what 24 hours is like in this vicious world. The battle is everywhere and the bullets are dwindling. The group must use every ounce of strength, courage and guile they have to defend their stronghold from a brutally determined enemy. When faced with the end, what will you continue to battle for? Grab your weapon. The battle for humanity is here. Fight or die. Relentless, visceral, intense... THE DAY has come.
  • Fantastic Fest and Fandango Present : Patrik Syversen, Director of “You Said What?”
    Director Patrik Syversen, Producer Kjetil Omberg, Producer Terje Stromstad, and Actor Stig Frode Henriksen in attendance! Glenn has a problem. Arriving home early on his anniversary hoping to surprise his girlfriend with flowers he does exactly that. The problem is he also surprises the naked man whose nipples she has just covered with whipped cream. So now Glenn is sad. Luckily Glenn has a trio of very good friends. Good film-loving friends who offer Glenn a couch to sleep on and a plan to get him back on his feet. Back in the saddle, as it were. They shall organize an audition for a film that does not exist and they shall invite only women, women who will be told Glenn is a movie director to push them down the path to admiration and love. The problem, of course, comes when Glenn actually meets a woman he likes in one of the auditions and - desperate - to see her again offers her a part in a movie which does not actually exist, thereby forcing Glenn and his friends to actually make a movie or be exposed. Cue a comedy of errors that eventually leads to Peter Stormare standing on the back of a homemade paper mâché dragon shrieking "I am the King of Darkness!" If the opening of this film sounds familiar, that's because it should. Because YOU SAID WHAT is a film that very openly and explicitly lifts the premise of Takashi Miike's AUDITION and re-envisions it as a romantic comedy. It's an idea that could be disastrous in the wrong hands but brought to you by Patrik Syversen -- the director of Norwegian slasher MANHUNT -- and the producing team behind Nazi zombie comedy DEAD SNOW, YOU SAID WHAT proves to be a charmer -- a picture made by geeks for geeks that gets all the little details right. (Todd Brown)
    Director of RAMPAGE