Interview with Writer/Director Richard Powell

Exclusive Interview Richard Powell Writer/Director of Worm and Familiar

Few short film writer/directors have caused as much buzz with their work in the genre over the last few years as Richard Powell, the writer/director of the critically acclaimed shorts “Consumption”, “Worm”, and “Familiar‘.  Alongside his film partner at Fatal Pictures, producer Zach Green, he’s created a series of deeply disturbing works that examine the darker side of human nature and find horror in the all-too-real capacity for evil that people hide inside themselves.  With “Familiar” currently making the rounds in festival play, Richard had a short email interview with Crypticpsych, James Lasome of best-horror-movies.com, on his inspirations, the special effects and themes of his shorts, his work with actor Robert Nolan, and the importance of making the villain/antagonist the star of the story. Read full Interview here.

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About FatalPictures

FATAL PICTURES is a Canadian, Toronto based film production company consisting of Writer/Director Richard Powell & Producer Zach Green. Co-Founded together in 2007. Focusing on the creation of original & challenging independent genre film(s). To date the company has produced three critically acclaimed, award winning short films entitled, Consumption (2008), Worm (2010), Familiar (2012) & their fourth film entitled HEIR, which currently in post production & exceeded the funding target via Kickstarter. Starring the hardest working man in horror, Emmy Winner Bill Oberst Jr. & Robert Nolan.
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