"Taken together, all this turns Giuseppe Makes a Movie into an awesome documentary. Why? Because it does what the genre does best: it highlights an unknown subject that few would normally know about in a way that makes its exclusion our loss, and its discovery more than a delight.”
-Bill Gibron, PopMatters
GMaM is coming to Poland!
at the New Horizons Intl Film Festival
Playing in the Films On Art International Competition
July 28 and 29
I’d like to thank the folks who transcribed the entire film’s dialogue into a text document for the subtitles. Can’t imagine what they think about America now. (This just in: they love it.)
"Unexpectedly, it also unfolds as a moving meditation on creativity, community and the true purpose of art. And Giuseppe emerges as the improbable bastard grandchild of the most radical cinematic positions of the ’60s.”
-Doug Harvey likes Giuseppe
"…an undeniably authentic vision, and of the outré auteurs his work brings to mind—Harmony Korine, the Kuchar brothers, William Eggleston, Andy Warhol and John Waters —it is the last two that have the most resonance."
thats like a midnight show
“The film gets to the heart of the question of what creativity is, over a backdrop of poverty and low-budget filmmaking. It’s a candid look into a warped, but ultimately caring, persona.” - Digital Journal
“hilarious and disarmingly kind-hearted” - Dork Shelf
“You don’t have to be a fan of Andrews’s wacky films to be fascinated by this appropriately scrappy doc… the fun is contagious.” - NOW Toronto
“A crazy film within a film that will make you laugh, and cringe and cry” - Pretty Clever Films