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Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein

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Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling [Music][Blog][Facebook][Twitter][Youtube] bass/drum duo based on The Prisoner
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The cast of TEN - Where are they now? Molly Devon as the real-estate investor

Molly Devon
Now that TEN is out in the world, we wanted to check in with our cast and crew to see what they've been doing since we finished shooting TEN

1. Looking back, what was your favorite part about making TEN?

Literally going to an old mansion with a group of artists I had never met was spectacularly exciting. We all believed in this lil’ old crazy horror movie from the start. I feel like this experience was an artistic cocoon for each of us, or at least for myself. During this experience, I was able to discover myself as an actor (what works, what doesn’t, go past my limits, learn from the others, etc.) and felt like I emerged as a butterfly - a blood-covered, scream-queen-in-training, actor butterfly.

2. What was the most difficult part about making TEN?


It was my 1st film, so I’d have to say everything! But that’s what made it so exciting. I got to learn the ropes with a cast of super talented artists in the same boat as me. Getting all the fake blood off was pretty difficult. Honestly...maybe the lack of sleep was the hardest part. By the interrogation scene, I felt like the line between reality and the TEN universe started to blur. The cast was having sleep-deprived breakdowns on a regular basis! It furthered the bonding experience because we were all there to support each other during those moments. Mike and Sophia were great at wrangling together a sleep deprived cast for each take, I must say.

3. Did you expect the movie to turn out like it did?

I had no idea what to expect, and I must say that this has surpassed my expectation. Despite the specific audience TEN appeals to, it seems to have reached an unexpected, wider demographic. It was so kick ass to see everyone’s performance and finally hear Catherine’s amazing score. The fan base was spectacular. Besides actually seeing the movie at its premiere, meeting all the supporters and fans of TEN was the cherry on top of this all.


Molly Devon as the real-estate investor
4. What is your favorite scene?

Karin and Molly’s [Carlisle] scenes were always a blast to watch. Karin’s such a skilled actor and a wildcard; I never knew where she would take her character. Molly (the other Molly ;) ) had me in stitches. I’m glad we didn’t have a lot of scenes together because I don’t think I could have kept a straight face. My favorite scene to act in was anything with Jade. I learned so much from Jade during our scenes together and they really pushed me as an actor.  I think we had this unexpected, great acting chemistry. We had met for tea on a roof in Boston before shooting to see how we vibed and the dynamic couldn’t have worked out more perfectly!


5. What do you think about TEN receiving national distribution?

TEN RECEIVED NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION?! *faints*

I am SO proud of everyone. I’ve been posting non stop on Twitter and Facebook about it.

6. Tell us about what you've been doing since we shot TEN back in December 2012.

I’ll be studying at Stella Adler’s Acting Conservatory this summer in Manhattan while I look for acting representation. I just graduated college as well and can’t wait to devote all my time to acting now. I’ve continued doing films...horrors of course - been killed 3 times! I’ve also done background work on Woody Allen’s An Irrational Man and Johnny Depp’s Black Mass. It’s been a neverending quest to receive my SAG card and have gotten frustratingly close a number of times. I was also on a documentary series called Generation Cryo for Viacom on MTV. It was a great experience. I got to bond with my half siblings, some of whom I probably wouldn’t have been able to meet otherwise, and met a lot of wonderful people. I hope it did some good in exposing the lack of laws/regulation in the growing donor industry. I also run my own photorealistic portrait/illustration business that helps bring in some income on the side for acting. I’m taking commissions all summer!

7. Where can we keep up with what you're doing?
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mollydactress
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mollydactress
Instragram: https://instagram.com/mollydactress/ - For art: https://instagram.com/mollyc_art
Backstage: https://www.backstage.com/mollydevon/
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5438376/

Websites for acting and the art business are in the works. I’ll keep you updated!

Thanks to all the supporters and fans of TEN! You all have been wonderful :)


We'll have more TEN interviews coming up over the next few days. Until then, you can see TEN!

Magnetic at Sanford International Film Festival 5/29, Maine - nominated Best Feature, Music, Editing & Exceptional Acting!

We're excited to be heading back to the Sanford International Film Festival with Magnetic! TEN played there last year and we had such a lovely time at this community-driven fest. Sophia plans to be in attendance at the screening!

Magnetic has been nominated for Best Feature, Best Music, Best Editing, and Exceptional Acting at Sanford!


Friday, May 29th  - Smitty's Cinema


Friday Schedule

Monday, May 18, 2015

Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library played Somerville Porchfest 2015!

The Michael J Epstein Memorial Library. #somerville #porchfest

Photo of Porcfhest 2012 by Ryan Evans 
The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library played at Somerville Porchfest 2015!

Later in the evening (we're on around 10:45 PM), we'll be playing the Porchfest afterparty at Cuisine en Locale. They've got music all day there with the afterparty starting at 6 PM.

We were also one of ten bands to check out at Porchfest via WBUR's Artery and got a mention in Boston Magazine's coverage of the event!


We also raised $200 for Nepal through donations and CD sales!



Check out these rad photos by Johnny Anguish / Daykamp Music of our 2013 Porchfest performance!



We also participated in 2012, performing during the middle of our 48 Hour Film Project shoot weekend. (Some video by Bob Colby - 1, 2)


Monday, May 11, 2015

The cast of TEN - Where are they now? Kerri Lynch as the actress

Kerri Lynch
Now that TEN is out in the world, we wanted to check in with our cast and crew to see what they've been doing since we finished shooting TEN

1. Looking back, what was your favorite part about making TEN?

I would have to say my favorite part about making TEN would be having the opportunity to work with an all female cast. They were all so talented yet so different. I was inspired by each of them.

2. What was the most difficult part about making TEN?

It was a bit difficult to play a convincing unconvincing actress. I was a little confused at times, but I had a lot of fun playing the character. Haha!

3. Did you expect the movie to turn out like it did?

I knew the movie would look great because it was so well planned and well thought out, but it did surpass my expectations. The cinematography and colors look beautiful. I'm thankful that the cast and crew were so dedicated. I was so excited to see the final product!

Kerri Lynch as the actress
4. What is your favorite scene?

My favorite scenes are the ones in which Molly Carlisle (the zealot) performed. She did her job so well that there were points when no one could keep a straight face. She even made some of us break character.

5. What do you think about TEN receiving national distribution?

I think TEN receiving national distribution is so exciting. I could say that I didn't think it would go this far, but I did. The amount of dedication from each cast and crew member truly made me believe that this movie would be a success.  I’m so excited and honored that I was a part of this!

6. Tell us about what you've been doing since we shot TEN back in December 2012.

Shortly after filming Ten I decided to move to Los Angeles. I have since taken part in a lot of exciting new projects including writing my own screenplays. I have to say that being a part of TEN really lit the fire for me to further my career and make the move across the country.

7. Where can we keep up with what you're doing?
Instagram: kerrileilani
Facebook: https://facebook.com/kerrileilani
IMDB: http://imdb.com/name/nm5289299/

We'll have more TEN interviews coming up over the next few days. Until then, you can see TEN!

Sunday, May 10, 2015

The cast of TEN - Where are they now? Jade Sylvan as the renegade

Jade Sylvan
Now that TEN is out in the world, we wanted to check in with our cast and crew to see what they've been doing since we finished shooting TEN

(Jade not only played the renegade, but wrote the companion novelization of TEN!)

1. Looking back, what was your favorite part about making TEN?

Working on writing the script with Michael and Sophia was some of the most fun I've ever had writing. Working with everyone over those ten days to bring the thing to life was one of the coolest experiences of my life. Everyone brought everything they had, and were utterly selfless in their work. It was amazing to see everyone believe in this impossible project. The community we created was really spectacular and one of a kind. It felt new and it felt important.

2. What was the most difficult part about making TEN?

Working nine consecutive twenty-hour days (sometimes twenty-two). This was physically the most difficult thing I've ever done in my life. By the end, I was literally hallucinating. The last scene I shot, I had to do about five times just to get the words in an order that was actually a sentence. My brain was shutting down.

3. Did you expect the movie to turn out like it did?

Yes and no. It tells the story I was expecting, but I couldn't have envisioned what it would look like. Honestly, I loved everyone's performances so much. They really brought life to the characters we had envisioned. I loved the characters even more when I saw the film.

Jade Sylvan as the renegade (surrounded by pigs!)
4. What is your favorite scene?

My character's interaction with Molly Devon's character when we're tied up in the basement. It was great to work with her and really play off of the characters we'd built up the whole film to do this really fun back-and-forth. The interrogation scene right before was fun and terrifying to shoot as well. Also, I got to spit out a tooth. That's one of my favorite scenes to watch.

5. What do you think about TEN receiving national distribution?

I'm amazed. This seemed like such a distant dream when we first started working on the project. Of course, if anyone could do it, it would be Sophia and Michael. It is a little scary. Our community in Boston is so supportive, it'll be interesting to see how those in the larger world receive this weirdo art film. Fortunately I'm doing pretty well on my New Year's Resolution of giving no fucks.

6. Tell us about what you've been doing since we shot TEN back in December 2012.

I released and toured with my book, Kissing Oscar Wilde (buy it!), published a bunch of essays in places like The Toast and BuzzFeed, wrote some weird sci-fi (forthcoming in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet), got published in the Washington Post, produced and performed in a CRAP LOAD of shows at Oberon and elsewhere, and wrote the apocalyptic lesbian sci-fi horror burlesque musical of the century, Spider Cult: the Musical.


7. Where can we keep up with what you're doing?
http://jadesylvan.com
facebook.com/jadesylvan
@jadesylvan
Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/cYEJQ
We'll have more TEN interviews coming up over the next few days. Until then, you can see TEN!

Saturday, May 9, 2015

The crew of TEN - Where are they now? Catherine Capozzi - production assistant, soundtrack composer

Now that TEN is out in the world, we wanted to check in with our cast and crew to see what they've been doing since we finished shooting TEN

1. Looking back, what was your favorite part about making TEN?

I loved the entire process. I was helping to make a MOVIE and was hired to do the soundtrack - a childhood dream of mine! There were so many fantastic moments, working 20 hours a day (adrenaline kicked in) and living with 16 other extremely talented and focused people, all with one goal in mind. Favorite part was scoring the movie, writing music to 'scenes' with /or without dialogue - it's very different than writing a tune for a band. Loved the dinners with cast and crew. We had several awesome people making food - but Sophia's pizza's and anything else she made during that time was extremely delicious. Honey Pie and me made a few pasta and broccoli dishes (fab).

2. What was the most difficult part about making TEN?

Having to spend the first few nights of shooting sleeping in the coldest room in the mansion. Also, when the batteries ran down on my walkie talkie.

3. Did you expect the movie to turn out like it did?

Nope. I didn't know what to expect - from the non-traditional narrative, trying to follow along with the plot as it was being shot. I read 80% of the script before we started shooting and had several discussions with Sophia and Mike about the music aspect (i.e., me trying to comprehend as much as possible WHAT exactly TEN was about) . I love how it turned out, was very psyched to be at a few screenings to get the audience reaction.

Catherine featured in Curve Magazine talking about TEN
4. What is your favorite scene?

I have a few favorites: the opening credits, the party scene, the neck snapping scene and the model ranting at everyone.

5. What do you think about TEN receiving national distribution?

It's fantastic, awesome and quite unbelievable the film got national distribution right out of the gate!! Super excited and proud to be part of this entire effort.

6. Tell us about what you've been doing since we shot TEN back in December 2012.

Many things. Lived and toured in Europe for 3 months using Paris as my homebase (Spring 2013) . Ran my first Kickstarter for my massive multimedia film, music, dance project Bring Us Your Women (side note: Launch Over produced the film anthology for the project and too many other things to mention in this brief Q+A ), Sophia and Mike's next movie Magnetic, went to Mexico to play at the Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival in March 2015. Currently working on new material for my band Axemunkee and writing music for Spider Cult the musical. Hope to be doing more movie magic things in the coming year.





7. Where can we keep up with what you're doing?
You can keep up with me in several places on the web (please join my email list), including: https://www.facebook.com/catherine.capozzi
http://www.catherinecapozzi.com/ 
http://www.bringusyourwomen.com/
http://www.catherinecapozzi.com/axemunkee/

We'll have more TEN interviews coming up over the next few days. Until then, you can see TEN!

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Watch: Los Locos Dientes: a film for the 48-Hour Film Project 2014 Boston by The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library

Now that we've screened/premiered on May 6th, we can share the full film, Los Locos Dientes.





This was year four of The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library participating in the 48 Hour Film Project! The latest addition to our Los Locos trilogy is Los Locos Dientes! You can read our recaps and watch our films from 2012 - Los Locos Manos and 2013 - El Loco Ojo - and 2014 - La Loca Boca!

We got a late start this year since several bandmembers had other engagements on Friday evening so we basically ended up doing the 32-hr film project. Lisa Battiston went to kick-off Friday night to pick up our genre and we ended up with Dark Comedy. The required elements were Shawn Middleton, ice, and the line, "It's the Future."


We met up earlyish on Saturday morning with no ideas, no location, and down a few people from previous years (Susannah, notably, was at her bachelorette party; Catherine was unable to participate, and Jane's husband, John had to stay home with a sick baby - who definitely would have been a vampire baby if she were feeling better!) We came up with a few ideas (pictured) and quickly broke for brunch. Ha.

list of ideas photo by Lisa Battiston
getting brunch totally counts as script-writing!
For whatever reason, Sophia kept mentioning vampires with toothaches and Dan St. Germain (his second year on team MJEML) offered to call his father to see if we could use his dental practice as our set for the day. This was an amazing development! In all previous years, we had shot at our home, often constructing insane sets out of tinfoil and duct tape, so it was pretty exciting to have a real location that already looked how it needed to look! The only downside was that it was an hour away, but it was so worth it!

instagram by Rachel Leah Blumenthal...in the chair!

instagram by Rachel Leah Blumenthal

We got to the location around 4 PM and shooting moved pretty quickly once we were there. We spent a lot of time on the waiting room scenes, making the experience of accidentally visiting a dentistry for vampires as awkward as possible for our Shawn Middleton (played by Dan.) We also, as has become our way, included all of the previous years' props/lines/characters. We shot until 11:30 PM and made our way back to Somerville to edit and write songs!

recurring themes...the painting strikes again


Once we got back, we had to quickly shoot some bedroom scenes with Dan and then ordered 2 AM desperation Dominos pizzas, which we all agreed were marginally better than we expected them to be. Dan set into editing the film (and only lost his entire session once when Premiere crashed) and Michael, Lisa, Rachel, and Sophia set about to write the perfect vampire dentist waiting room AM radio adult contemporary soft-rock song, "Undying Undead Love." Rachel wrote/performed the main music piano part, while we all collaborated on the ridiculous lyrics.

writing "Undying Undead Love"
Rachel and Lisa departed around 4 AM, while Dan stayed until 5:30 AM editing. Michael and Sophia got a quick few hours of sleep and then got up the next day to do the sound design and coloring. 

Sound design included some foley work (scraping dental tools together, writing on paper), some use of stock sounds of drilling, and a little ADR (fixing up one of Sophia's lines, and adding the phone computer voice). By 6 PM, Michael was off to turn in the finished film! 



Screencaps:



A Playlist of a bunch of the Boston films this year.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The cast of TEN - Where are they now? Leah Principe as the model

Photo Credit: Jonathan Beckley
Now that TEN is out in the world, we wanted to check in with our cast and crew to see what they've been doing since we finished shooting TEN

1. Looking back, what was your favorite part about making TEN?

My favorite part of making TEN was the bonding with the cast and crew. We all worked so well together and had a great time living in that mansion for 10 days. We ate together, worked on lines, waited together and barely slept. I was able to make some great new friends and now some of us have worked on other projects!

2. What was the most difficult part about making TEN?

For me it was definitely the scenes my character the model had to endure. The first night there at the mansion, we got right into that bathtub scene.  I was naked, cold and emerged in water with that pig mask. Even worse was after that, laying on the cold bathroom floor while Karin Webb performed CPR on my body. Looking back it was all totally worth it.



3. Did you expect the movie to turn out like it did?

That's a tough one. I didn't really know what to expect since it was my first feature film. One thing I was very impressed by was the cinematography by Kelly Davidson. The film looked so beautiful and the colors were so vivid. I was extremely happy to see that.

4. What is your favorite scene?
Leah Principe as the model

 I think my favorite scene would be the party in the piano room. Where the room is spinning and you see how each character is acting in a social setting. It's a brief glimpse to who that character really was in their past life. They maybe trying to stay in their assigned character but I think little glimpses of their past life comes out.

5. What do you think about TEN receiving national distribution?

I think it's amazing! I never would have thought we would come this far and have this much recognition. I am honored to be a part of TEN and that I was able to work with so many talented people.

6. Tell us about what you've been doing since we shot TEN back in December 2012.

Since TEN I've been keeping myself very busy. I still perform in the Boston Burlesque scene regularly and have also done some other film projects including music videos with Michael and Sophia for their band Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling and a video for the band Endation that they also directed.

Leah as Doris the bartender.


I have worked with TEN's Catherine Capozzi on her project Bring Us Your Women, a live music, dance, and film project that debuted this past winter.

And this coming fall another TEN cast member Jade Sylvan has a musical debuting Spider Cult the Musical, I will be performing in that as well.


7. Where can we keep up with what you're doing?
Best way to find me would be my Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/honeypie0326 and https://www.facebook.com/HoneyPiefanpage
For booking inquiries honeypieburlesque@gmail.com

We'll have more TEN interviews coming up over the next few days. Until then, you can see TEN!

Saturday, May 2, 2015

MJEML named #3 Best Alternative Rock Band from Boston on Itcher

The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library was named #3 Best Alternative Rock Band from Boston on Itcher! It's an awesome list with old friends and new favorites included! Check it out!



"All that moustache wax could theoretically be overpowering and drown out the clear song-writing talents of the eponymous Epstein… but it doesn’t. Like Belle and Sebastian, the Library contains just the right amount of twee to raise a smile without making your teeth rot."


Friday, May 1, 2015

Sophia Cacciola & Michael J. Epstein host On the Town with Mikey Dee on WMFO 04/29/2015

Go "like" the On The Town with Mikey Dee facebook pageOTTwMD plays local Boston music and is on every Wednesday from 9pm-Midnight and almost always features a live band around 10:30 - it's on 91.5 WMFO - http://wmfo.org.

Send your CDs to the station SO THAT WE CAN PLAY YOU! and if you're extra nice - denote which tracks have swears (and likewise if all tracks are clean, please!)

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 if you are interested in playing live on the air, contact Joel Simches 

APR 29TH 2015 9.00PM–12.00AM
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: eastern
9:03pm
OTT Mikey Dee “On The Town With Mikey Dee”
from OTT Disk
9:05pm
Tribe “Supercollider”
from Sleeper CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Slash/Warner 1993)
9:09pm
Ruby Rose Fox “Die Pretty”
from Die Pretty - Single ALBUM (Wheelkick Records 2014) L
9:14pm
Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers “Love Whip Blues” CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Vizztone 2014) L
9:16pm
Bring Us Your Women “Kali (feat. Catherine Capozzi, Axemunkee & Christine Zufferey)”
from Bring Us Your Women (Catherine Capozzi and Axemunkee Present: Bring Us Your Women)
9:21pm
Walter Sickert & The army Of Broken Toys “Snip Snip (Suck-a-Thumb)”
from Shockheaded Peter CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Wireforst 2015) L
9:26pm
Rob Potylo “Drawing Up Circles”
from Something Happened At Horse Lake RIVENDELL ALBUM (Quiet Desperation 2010)
9:26pm
Nick Zaino “Blue Skies and Broken Arrows” (Nick Zaino)
9:28pm
Will-r “Seamonster”
from All In My Head (Will-R 2014) N L
9:35pm
The Grownup Noise “New Outsiders”
from The Problem With Living in the Moment CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (The Grownup Noise 2014) L
9:38pm
Amy Kucharik “The Noncommittal Love Song”
from Cunning Folk (Rag Tiger Records 2014)
9:41pm
Nemes “butterfly”
from I Carry Your Heart (NEMES YO, LLC 2014) L
9:45pm
The Gravel Pit “Stingray”
from Serpent Umbrella (DeeVeeUs Records 2014) L
9:48pm
Aloud “It's Got to Be Now”
from It's Got To Be Now RIVENDELL ALBUM (Mother West LLC 2014) L
9:52pm
Will Dailey “We Will Always Be a Band”
from National Throat RIVENDELL ALBUM (Wheelkick Records 2014) L
9:59pm
Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents “Fox on the Run”
from electric candyland (DeeVeeUs Records 2014) L
10:02pm
Think Tree “Holy Cow!”
from Like the Idea CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Caroline 1992)
10:04pm
Endation “dilettante”
from Liars, Thieves and Dead Leaves RIVENDELL ALBUM (Endation 2014) L
10:07pm
D. Tension's Secret Project “Can You Stand It (feat. Ad Frank)”
from D-Tension’s Secret Project (2014) L
10:10pm
This Blue Heaven “bliss”
from Quicksandglass CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (This Blue Heaven 2008)
10:17pm
Nisi Period “Treat Her Like a Sailor”
from soon the love balloon will pop LP ALBUM (RRR 1992) L
10:24pm
The 360's “Spoonful”
from Strawberry Stone L
10:27pm
10:30pm
10:32pm
Petty Morals “Tight and Outta Sight”
from The Lemonade EP CD/LOSSLESS EP (Petty Morals 2014) L
10:38pm
10:42pm
Hallelujah the Hills “Raise The Flag of Your Sibling's Favorite Daydream”
from Collective Psychosis Begone (Misra Records 2007) L
10:48pm
All Eyes On Me “Tarpits”
from All Eyes on Me - EP (Sound Museum Music 2014) L
10:51pm
Jaggery “Sea of Sideways”
from Upon A Penumbra CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Jaggery Jaggery.Bandcamp.com 2010) L
11:01pm
Mission Creep “Dmitri's First Flight, Pt. 1 (feat. Lainey Schooltree)”
from On The Sea Of Suns CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Wire Recordings 2014)
11:05pm
Freezepop “Parles-Vous Freezepop”
from Fancy Ultra-Fresh CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Archenemy 2004) L
11:11pm
Streight Angular “On A Washing Machine”
from After And Before CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Polk Records 2009) L
11:16pm
Dan Blakeslee “Tattooed Man and the Saint”
from Owed to the Tanglin' Wind CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Lightning Plug Records 2014) L
11:18pm
Ad Frank & the Fast Easy Women “Open Up the Patio (Pretty Girls Are Back In Style)”
from Your Secrets are Mine Now (Archenemy Record Company 2009) L
11:23pm
11:27pm
11:30pm
11:35pm
Victory at Sea “Third Place”
from Carousel CD/LOSSLESS EP (Kimchee Records 2001) L
11:39pm
The Lights out “Didja Hear Me Stutter?”
from On Fire CD/LOSSLESS ALBUM (Broken Bulb Records 2012) L
11:48pm
Vary Lumar “breaker”
from Breaker RIVENDELL (Swoom Records 2014)
11:52pm
Ketman “Hideout from the Sun”
from El Toro RIVENDELL ALBUM (Lifted & Gifted 2008) L
11:56pm
Sidewalk Driver “Wake Up, John!”
from For All the Boys and Girls (Sidewalk Driver 2009)