"I was born in South Korea and spent most of my years there. After graduation from college, I went to Indonesia to study Indonesian language and culture. During my study, I've watched lots of good and bad movies around the world. When I came back to Korea, the idea of film-making hit me.
So here I am with my second short film. Pleasure to meet you."
Tom Gliserman is a director/editor living in upstate New York. The Thing on the Doorstep is Gliserman's first feature. For the last 25 years he has been creating award-winning commercials, high-end corporate work and programs for broadcast through his company GreyHouse Productions. His love for strong female characters probably stems from the fact that he has five daughters, an awesome wife and two female felines (yes they're black). Gliserman is thrilled to be showing Doorstep at the festival.
I just received word that Stuart Gordon will be attending the first Los Angeles based H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival®.
That means that all directors of all films will be on hand this evening.
Tickets and info available here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/117721
David Prior has long believed that it's a director's duty to know first hand every job on a film set, which is how he justifies his rather bizarre list of credits.
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Frank H. Woodward wrote and directed Wyrd Studios’ premiere documentary LOVECRAFT: FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN in 2008. This biography of author H.P. Lovecraft featured interviews with Neil Gaiman and Guillermo Del Toro. LOVECRAFT premiered at the 2008 Comic Con in San Diego where it won Best Documentary.
Frank also wrote the SyFy Original Movie BLACK FOREST. This mash-up of Grimm’s fairy tales aired in early 2012. Read more