Rick Kain

Oct 19 2014

RIFE 2014: “Geographically Desirable” reviewed

“Has anyone been following the French presidential election?” asks Nicole (Blair Bowers), who’s met with a blank stare from a table full of her friends. That’s because Nicole lives in the world of news broadcasting. She’s obsessed with her job. She’s a workaholic who dedicates the wee hours of the night to a Washington, DC network affiliate, and she’s […]
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Sep 20 2013

The Henchman’s War

It’s apparent that shedding the burden of a hefty production expenditure – or even a modest one, at that – can result in some pretty innovative filmmaking. “The Henchman’s War”, which was crafted from a budget that would make a shoe-string look thick, is a prime example of how a story takes precedence over action. […]
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Sep 19 2013

Interview: Anthony Greene, writer/director of “The Henchman’s War”

Earlier this week, I sat down with DC native Anthony Greene, writer/producer/director of the independent crime drama “The Henchman’s War”. Greene was selected as September’s Filmmaker of the Month by the Washington, DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development, which honored his diverse breadth of work including several documentaries and short films. Greene is […]
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