Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson of INTRAMURAL (Image Credit: Tara Robinson / The Daily Quirk)

VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson of ‘Intramural’ at Tribeca Film Festival

Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson of INTRAMURAL (Image Credit: Tara Robinson / The Daily Quirk)

Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson of INTRAMURAL (Image Credit: Tara Robinson / The Daily Quirk)

Intramural, the Bradley Jackson penned and Andrew Disney directed sports spoof about a bunch of college underachievers staging an epic intramural football comeback game, employees a star-studded, comedy credentialed cast and just about every sports movie cliché under the sun for a hardcore laugh touchdown. The Daily Quirk sat down with Jackson and Disney at the Tribeca Film Festival to find out what inspired the film and what it was like working with their impressive cast. Watch the exclusive interview feature below!
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Daniel Poliner at Austin Film Festival (Image Credit: Nadine Latief)

Writer/Director Daniel Poliner talks ‘Jack, Jules, Esther and, Me’

Daniel Poliner at Austin Film Festival (Image Credit: Nadine Latief)

Daniel Poliner at Austin Film Festival (Image Credit: Nadine Latief)

Daniel Poliner, an award-winning independent film writer and director, has been making films for over ten years and recently completed his first feature film: Jack, Jules, Esther, and Me. He was kind enough to share it with me and agreed to an in-person interview at a quaint coffee shop in Brooklyn, NY so TDQ readers and I could get to know a little more about the film. Read on to find out more about Daniel and Jack, Jules, Esther, and Me! Continue reading

Independent Filmmaker Daniel Poliner (Image Credit: Daniel Poliner)

An Interview with Award-Winning Independent Filmmaker Daniel Poliner

Independent Filmmaker Daniel Poliner (Image Credit: Daniel Poliner)

Independent Filmmaker Daniel Poliner (Image Credit: Daniel Poliner)

Daniel Poliner, an award-winning independent film writer and director, has been making films for over ten years and recently completed his first feature film: Jack, Jules, Esther, and Me.  He was kind enough to share it with me and agreed to an in-person interview at a quaint coffee shop in Brooklyn, New York so The Daily Quirk readers and I could get to know a little more about him as a filmmaker.

This NYU Tisch School graduate was incredibly generous with his answers and willing to share with us a glimpse into what trials and tribulations go into creating a film albeit short or feature length.  Read on to get to know this filmmaker on the rise…

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