You never know what to expect from Fostoria filmmaker Matt Erman.
Sometimes you’ll get a trippy sci-fi-influenced journey through the cosmos like his short film Universal Drift, shown at the recent Glass City Film Festival.
Moviegoers who attended area festivals, like the Maumee Film Fest and the recent Glass City Film Festival, have been treated to a short but effective chiller called “Waiting,” about a doctor desperate to contact his wife in the afterlife.
Dr. Matt Donahue estimates that he has 200 different t-shirts in his personal collection; Seeing the collection, that number seems low. Showing off his gaggle of shirts to start his new short documentary, “The Amsterdam T-Shirt Project,”
Kuchle has seen the impact that Call of the Scenic River has on audiences, and she is looking forward to seeing how the audience at the Maumee Indoor Theatre responds.
Short films, feature-lengths, documentaries and more will be represented at the third annual Glass City Film Festival (GCFF) beginning on May 17.
In Toledo we have access to home grown horror films like Shelved and the New Blood series. Now, a new horror film called Witchtown, instead of trying to scare you, wants to gross you out while you’re having a good time.