#167: Michael M. Bilandic
Michael M. Bilandic on The Underground Film Bulletin, Hangman's Elm, Roxy Cinema Tribeca, and more.
Cool people like cool things, which is why we asked Michael M. Bilandic to share some recommendations on Perfectly Imperfect.
Michael M. Bilandic is a New York-based filmmaker and screenwriter. For the last 10 years or so he’s been putting out cult-classic indie films such as the Abel Ferrera produced Happy Life, horrorcore rap film Hellaware, and Jobe'z World, which follows a middle-aged rollerblader. His latest project, PROJECT SPACE 13, continues that streak of greatness by following Nate, a performance artist, who is kicking off an art show as the pandemic begins. It’s a super fun and quotable movie that doubles as commentary on the art world and the pandemic era. You can watch most of his films on MUBI and check him out on a recent episode of Eugene Kotlyarenko’s Directors Commentary podcast. Lucky for us, Michael is here to tell us what he’s been into.
Without further ado
Michael M. Bilandic (instagram)
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