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Author: Ryan Denmark

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Ryan is the writer and director of Romeo and Juliet vs. The Living Dead, and will be visiting Edinburgh for the first time at the Festival. He'll be blogging about his experiences each day of the Festival.

Recent articles by Ryan Denmark

  • Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow...

    Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow...

    My last word on the premiere of Romeo & Juliet vs. The Living Dead and
    our experiences in Edinburgh.

  • Romeo & Juliet vs. The Living Dead World Premiere!!!

    Romeo & Juliet vs. The Living Dead World Premiere!!!

    Can't say much more than that to describe my day.

  • Weetabix and the fate of my life

    Weetabix and the fate of my life

    It's morning. I'm tired, on my way to a volcano and listening to a deep analysis of what constitutes "real" Weetabix vs. Scottish Weetabix.

  • Corman Cometh

    Corman Cometh

    I'm very sad I'll be missing the Corman: In Person event tomorrow. I'm speaking at the same time in the Conversation series.

  • Charlotte Gainsbourg vs. The Green Goblin

    Charlotte Gainsbourg vs. The Green Goblin

    Jason and I saw Antichrist this afternoon. It's the feel good movie
    of the festival, like a Disney film with genital mutilation.

    WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS

  • Ain't no party like a U.S. Consulate party

    Ain't no party like a U.S. Consulate party

    Yesterday I joined a group of fellow filmmakers at the U.S. Consulate. It was a collection of six very different films represented by six disparate directors, yet all of us with the same struggles.

  • A lovely lazy day

    A lovely lazy day

    We took it easy today. First thing, we watched Paper Solider which both Jason and I found completely charming. I only wish they had shot the camel into space.

  •  Away To The Library Bar

    Away To The Library Bar

    That’s where I spent most of my evening at last night’s Away We Go party. I have no celebrity anecdotes to offer, but I did meet a number of lovely people. I suppose I could regale you with tales of the evening’s questionable decisions, but what happens in the Library Bar stays in the Library Bar.

  • Unbeknownst to me, I served in the military

    Unbeknownst to me, I served in the military

    My fellow blogger Colan Mehaffey filmed an on-camera interview with me just a couple of hours ago. Now as an aspiring filmmaker you often rehearse in your mind what it will be like when you do the late night talk shows: Letterman, Leno, The Daily Show.

  • Getting ready for EIFF

    Getting ready for EIFF

    "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet;
    So zombie would, were he not zombie call'd."

    It’s late in my New York apartment and tomorrow I say goodbye to normal life.

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