We tracked down Noah Cooper, up and coming director of Ninja Zombies (2010) on location on the set of his zombie film at Troma Studios.
After directing Award Winning Lloyd Kaufman, here’s what Noah had to say about working with and being inspired bythe master of Low Budget Genre Bending Independent Cinema. Noah also sheds light on why he chose to film at Troma Studios, what he learned from Troma about making Low Budget films, and shares his own advice on making low budget Zombie special effects for a high quality production.
And We’re BACK!
Summer vacation can only last so long, even for us students of Life Love and the pursuit of Tromatic Independent Cinema. So after a brief pause from our beloved Tromemoir, we are back in action and brimming with all the fake blood, spewing with spittle and busting out with all sorts of vile vomitous maggot eaten new matrial for you to chew on. Now on with the show, in the NEW PRODUCTIONS CATEGORY:
CONGRATULATIONS TO GEOFF TARULLI, he has Successfully completed raising financing for his film on our very own Lloyd Kaufman: MOVIES OF THE FUTURE WITH LLOYD KAUFMAN: A Movie About An Underground Film Icon.
Genius Geoff took advantage of one of our favorite New York City startups, Kickstarter to collect funding from over 83 sources for his film. check it out Here!