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Title: Despite The Gods
Post by: Mac on March 29, 2012, 11:15:07 am
Despite The Gods

This looks good for a documentary. I'll keep my eyes out for it.

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Despite the Gods is a feature documentary about Hollywood's prodigal daughter. Jennifer Lynch is well known for making bold, if not ill-fated, choices in her filmmaking career. But nothing could prepare her for the unmapped territory of Bollywood-Hollywood movie making, where chaos is the process and filmmaking doubles as a crash course in acceptance and self-realization.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QURrNZGY0GM

Iíve got to agree with the original poster about Hisss. I posted the trailer here a while back. Got to see it and beyond that it was just OK.

Hisss (http://pennycan.createaforum.com/movies/all-things-horror/msg2701/#msg2701)



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I absolutely hated Jennifer Carpenter's Hisss, which quietly snuck into Red Box's across the Nation last October. It's hard to pinpoint what went wrong, but there were some warning signs last January when it was reported that the flick, starring Mallika Sherawat as snake woman who can take on various forms, was taken away from Carpenter in the editing stage.

The film sucks, and we know this, but that's beyond the point. Apparently a film crew caught all of the behind-the-scenes drama on camera!

Penny Vozniak directs Despite the Gods, a documentary on Hiss set to premiere at the Canadian film festival Hot Docs this coming April.

The below trailer is 110% better than Hisss...


Title: Re: Despite The Gods
Post by: Chiprocks1 on March 29, 2012, 11:23:50 am
Any relation to David Lynch?
Title: Re: Despite The Gods
Post by: Mac on March 29, 2012, 12:37:48 pm
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Any relation to David Lynch?


Daughter of director David Lynch and painter Peggy Lynch (Peggy Reavey). Her parents divorced when she was 6.

Half-sister of Austin Jack Lynch.

Has Chinese characters that mean 'live for today' tattooed on her forearm.

Had three consecutive spinal surgeries for an injury sustained in a car accident.

Has a daughter, Sydney Row Lynch, who was born September 22, 1995. Sydney's father is Andrew J. Peterson (also known as Andrew "Skip" Peterson).

Wrote "The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer", a best-selling "Twin Peaks" (1990) tie-in book. [1990]

Became close friends with Sherilyn Fenn while working together in Boxing Helena (1993).

Moved to Los Angeles as age 19 in order to work for her father.

Attended Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan.

Lynch made history at the New York City Horror Film Festival when she became the first female to win the Best Director award in the festival's history in 2008.