The Devil All the Time Q&A
Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 PM ET
The Jacob Burns Film Center is excited to welcome filmmaker Antonio Campos for a live virtual conversation with JBFC Director of Programs, Media Arts Lab Sean Weiner about Campos’ new Netflix drama, The Devil All the Time. Antonio was a Creative Culture artist-in-residence during the summer of 2018 where he spent his time writing a new screenplay inspired by his own family history that is currently in development. Residencies in Creative Culture are intensive experiences for established filmmakers looking to live on the JBFC campus and work on a feature film project.
About The Devil All the Time: Sinister characters converge around a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality.
Antonio Campos is a writer, director, and producer. His previous feature Christine, which stars Rebecca Hall and Michael C. Hall, premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Campos’ debut feature Afterschool premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, and was nominated for Best First Feature at the 2008 Film Independent Spirit Awards. That same year, Campos was nominated for Breakthrough Director at the Gotham Independent Film Awards. His producing credits include Martha Marcy May Marlene, James White, and Two Gates of Sleep. Campos was a Summer 2018 Artist-in-Residence at the JBFC as part of Creative Culture.
Sean Weiner is the JBFC Director of Programs, Media Arts Lab. In this position, Sean leads the growth, overall strategic vision, and wildly talented staff of the education program and Creative Culture–an artist support program for emerging and established filmmakers guided by a philosophy of inclusion and collaboration. Since 2016, Creative Culture’s fellowship program has produced short films steadily selected at film festivals like Sundance, Berlinale, and SXSW, with acquisitions by Criterion, Fox Searchlight, POV, and others. In support of feature films, Creative Culture’s residency program is curated in partnership with sister organizations like Black Public Media, Chicken & Egg Pictures, and the Sundance Institute.
You can watch The Devil All the Time on Netflix starting September 16. Watch the film at your convenience, and then join us for a conversation with Antonio Campos on September 23!
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