“The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” at the Dunedin Film Festival
Plus an interview and Q&A with yours truly
January 10, 2020, my short film “The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” played at the Dunedin Film Festival in Dunedin, Florida, part arts mecca, part retirement community across the bay from Tampa and north of St. Petersburg.
I spent an abbreviated weekend there, attending the screening of my film and giving a Q&A and an interview, complete recordings of which can be accessed in this post.
But first, the feature on the Dunedin Film Festival itself, made for local broadcast. The section on “The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” and me starts around the 1:46 minute mark. Some of the footage they excerpted from the film might be considered (mild) spoilers, revealing one or two of the film’s secrets:
The complete footage of my interview, conducted by Justin Catacchio, associate producer at Dunedin TV, including its humorously awkward false start, can be viewed here:
And here is audio of the Q&A I gave after the screening. Again, some of the questions and my answers might be considered mild spoilers:
The official Dunedin International Film Fest stand on Main Street, with three festival volunteers: Robbie Bourgeois, Peggy Nyland and Judy Goldy.
Welcome to Florida.
The Dunedin Marina.