In this episode, actor and filmmaker Kyle Clements discusses his part in Ender’s Game and talks about making Silo, the short film that won this year’s Louisiana Film Prize and Crosscut Editing Award. Kyle wrote, directed, produced, co-edited, and starred in the short, so he was the driving force in its creation. As Kyle explains in the interview, Silo was a story that grew from a tragedy that his friend experienced.
Silo is a short that is not afraid to ask the big questions, and we discuss some of those questions on the show. We also talk about The Disposable Hero Project, Kyle’s outreach to wounded veterans, and how that led to Humid, his current production company.
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Links From the Show
- The Facebook page for Kyle’s award-winning short, Silo.
- Kyle’s IMDb page
- The Disposable Hero Project
- Nick’s blog post regarding Shakespeare
Upcoming screenings of Silo:
- Saturday, November 9th at 4:00 PM – Shreveport Common
- Friday, November 15th at [8:30] PM – Columbia Theater in Hammond. Admission is free, but Kyle will be accepting donations to help fund an upcoming project.
(Eli, no. Please redirect your creative impulses toward winning more games for the NY Giants.)
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