Tennessee Here We Come!

Howdy-do out there, y'all!

Good news... Karkass Karts will have its Tennessee premiere at the Knoxville Film Festival in September! That's right, we'll be heading back down where it all began for a weekend of biscuits, gravy, and top-notch cinema courtesy of the fine folks from East Tennessee. 

The festival will take place September 17 - 20 at the Regal Downtown West theater in Knoxville. Karkass Karts will be screening with two other wonderful shorts and a feature on Friday, September 18th at 3:00PM. Seating is limited, and we want the theater overflowing with Karkass Karts friends and family, so buy your tickets now! DO IT! CLICK THE BIG BUTTON BELOW!

Karkass Karts to Screen at New York No Limits Film Series on 8/20

Good news, family! Karkass Karts will be screening as part of the ongoing screening series, New York No Limits, in just a few weeks!

On Thursday, August 20th, Karkass Karts and five other short films will screen at The Wild Project, an art space in New York's East Village neighborhood. The festival's self-proclaimed mission is to "program films that reflect the essence of the filmmaker’s vision, daring in nature and imbued with stories that cross the line of commercial intent." We'll take it!

For more information, visit http://www.newyorknolimits.com.

Karkass Karts Screens at NYU's First Run Film Festival

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New York University's First Run Film Festival, which features films from the undergraduate and graduate film community, played host to the premiere screening of Karkass Karts this past weekend! Much of the cast and crew were in attendance, as well as a sizable group of people who  knew nothing of the film. Needless to say, Craig and I were shitting bricks as the lights went down (hence the multiple flasks we had stashed away). Once the screening started, though, and the audience started laughing, all the anxiety vanished and we were both able to enjoy the experience. 

People laughed at stuff that we had honestly forgotten was funny. It's strange... when you work on a film for so long, you grow numb to all the good things and only see the things you wish you could change. I think that's especially true with comedies—all the jokes become stale. Seeing it with a fresh audience allowed us to see the film for the first time again, and, let me tell you, it was a very welcome change.

We'll hopefully have many more screenings in the future!