We're incredibly honored to be selected as a featured film by the Voyager Student Film Festival! The Root of Evil will be shown twice: once at the end of the first screening session, and again to close the second session and festival. The Voyager is run by student filmmakers seeking to support the young filmmaking community. Check them out at voyagerfilmfest.tumblr.com! Tickets and screening schedule available at tickets.duke.edu.
This is Ryan Huang, reporting in from 5,500 feet! We've been having a wonderful time in the artist's hamlet of Idyllwild, California.
I'm very honored to announce that The Root of Evil has won the Golden Coyote Paw for Best Student Film - 18 and Under! We've seen some truly amazing films at this festival, and the competition was incredibly strong.
Congrats again to the whole gang! See our entire photo album documenting our festival experience here.
Flaming Gnome Studios is ringing in the New Year with some exciting news.
Next week, ROE will be traveling to the mountains of Idyllwild, California. This will mark the first public showing of the new, full-length Director's Cut of The Root of Evil.
The feature-length version of The Root of Evil has been selected by the Berlin Underground Film Festival!
In other news, production on our next project--a biographical short film starring Ella Rasp--officially began today! Stay tuned for more.
Earlier last month, it was announced that The Root of Evil had been chosen as a finalist (out of 157 entries) for the Fort Lauderdale International High School Competition. We'd like to share an exciting update: The Root of Evil has won the Gold Award from the festival! Congrats again to everyone involved.
In other news, original memorabilia from The Root of Evil is coming soon to the Owatonna High School Museum! Keep an eye out for costumes, props, and original production equipment used in the filming of ROE.
RYAN A. HUANG