Levon J. Polinelli Talks Everybody Gets Stabbed, Microbudget Filmmaking, and Recovering Lost Films in this Interview


Perth indie filmmaker Levon J. Polinelli made a film, and then, one night, it was stolen from him.

Fearing the worst, and having seen countless hours of work disappear immediately, Levon almost gave up hope, until the internet managed to save his film. Now, making its debut at Perth’s WA Made Film Festival, a complete version of Everybody Gets Stabbed exists, and Levon sat down with me to talk about the process of making it, and the stress of it being lost, and the realm of microbudget filmmaking.

Head along to see Everybody Gets Stabbed at 10am March 13th at Palace Cinemas Raine Square, and check out the trailer and poster for Everybody Gets Stabbed below.

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Finding Creativity Interview with Director Roger Ungers: Glass Blowing, Scratching the Creative Itch, and Finding a Creative Path Through Covid The Curb | Australian Culture, Film Reviews, Interviews, and More…

We all have a creative entity within us, but how do we get to that path of creativity? In Roger Ungers documentary, Finding Creativity, he seeks to answer that question by interviewing various creative minds, like a glass blower, a chef, a musician, and more. And, stretching deeper into the well of creativity, Andrew interviews Roger about his creative process. Finding Creativity screens at the 6th Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and tickets can be purchased here. Check out Rogers other work here, and read more about Finding Creativity on Cinema Australiahere. The music featured at the end is by Rollo Grey. Support The Curb on Patreon, and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Get in contact with us via our email. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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