NAICA editor Maria Colon was recently informed that Eagle vs Shark co-star, Jemaine Clement, indeed found her interviewing skills slightly awkward though they resulted in a “very funny” video re-enactment (see above videoplayer), which was linked on a Flight of the Conchords fansite (www.conchords.net).
It was said Clement has enjoyed, and frequently wears the American Apparel Camp Indie Fuck Fest t-shirt given to him by the NAICA crew. However, he is not sure what the phrase “indie fuck” means. Research is being done as this goes to post on the definition of the term: indie-fuck. Results will be forwarded to Mr. Clement’s representatives in the near to far future.
Second to the Top Story:
Blackhorse Lowe, of the Navajo nation, has re-written his second feature film, Lefthanded Path, for the upteenth time. He is tired of re-writing what was already a well written script.
Though funding resources are currently being sourced, but in reality, have been for a year or so now, no defintite sources have been sourced. Plans to write and shoot the next to the next Napolean Dynamite might be considered. Friends close to the auteur say, “Everyone knows, well those studio fucks anyway, that indie films of the “Dynamite” ilk are a sure-fire return on their investment. So, Blackhorse is going to have to drop the art-boy act and make a Napolean-esque film so he can get the cheddar to make his real art. Otherwise, well, it’s hard to say what will happen.”
Time will tell if Mr. Lowe will succumb to the faux-independent film craze. We’ll keep you posted.
The Far North Report:
Sources say it is really fucking cold in Moose Factory Ontario where the annual Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film & Video Festival
, hosted by the Moose Cree nation and the Brothers Rickard, will be held. Snowcats and mukluks might be provided if you attend. http://www.weeneebeg.ca/new.php
The Truly Important News: NAICA online will launch their Winter edition on February 28th 2007. Though the lineup has not been confirmed sources close to the editors say Canadians are likely to make an appearance as Canadians are always, and forever will be, featured in editions of the webszine.
Stay tuned for further details.