Director Andrew Bowser scheduled to attend | May 31 & June 1
Shot entirely with a Gopro Hero 2 mounted to a Snorricam and featuring one seamless edit, Worm is part neo-noir, part experiment, and ultimately a satisfying indie thriller that hooks you from the beginning and doesn't let up until the adrenaline-fueled finale.
May 31, 2013
|9:30 PM||SIFF Cinema Uptown Festival||Date has passed|
June 1, 2013
|12:00 PM||SIFF Cinema Uptown Festival||Date has passed|
Andrew Bowser's Worm is a true original. Shot entirely with a Gopro Hero 2 mounted to a Snorricam and featuring only one seamless edit, Worm uses new technology to tell a timeless story of the lengths we will go to protect our family. Filmed on location in Guthrie, Oklahoma, Worm follows the titular character (played by writer-director Bowser, in a tour-de-force performance), in real time, as he attempts to clear his name and save his daughter from a group of vicious criminals. As Worm comes to understand his role in an ever-expanding conspiracy, his transformation from town laughingstock to local hero takes place before our eyes, offering a rare glimpse into that singular moment when one must choose to stand and fight...or risk having everything they hold dear taken away by powers beyond their control. Worm chooses to fight, and we're with him every step of the way. Employing an intimate shooting style that places you in the middle of the action, Worm is part neo-noir, part experiment and, ultimately, a satisfying indie thriller that hooks you from the beginning and doesn't let up until the adrenaline-fueled finale.
Growing up in and around movies, Andrew Bowser has had lots of experience on set. He went to the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan where he majored in cinema but dropped out his sophomore year to pursue his career in film, starting with filming several music videos for MTV. Together with collaborator Joseph M. Petrick, Bowser has directed Notes From the Rogues Gallery (2006) and The Mother of Invention (2008), which screened at the Hollywood Film Festival. In 2010 he directed his first solo movieJimmy Tupper vs. the Goat Man of Bowie, which premiered at SXSW.
Sponsored in part by Ingeniux
|Principal Cast:||Andrew Bowser, Drew Pollock|
|Running Time:||93 minutes|
|Cinematographers:||Ian Van Woods|
|Filmography:||Jimmy Tupper vs The Goatman of Bowie (2010); The Mother of Invention (2009)|