Director Philip Gelatt Interview

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October 2, 2015 by Laird

Somewhere in the deep, dark woods of upstate New York, a crew led by Philip Gelatt is shooting a film adapted from my novelette “–30–.”
Naturally, I will be compelled to write a story inspired by their grim fate. And in a few years, another hapless film crew will trudge into the woods to shoot that…

From a Deadline plot synopsis:

“…30, the tale of two wildlife biologists, isolated on land once occupied by a Manson-style thrill-kill cult, struggling to find the cause of bizarre animal activity in the region. As their relationship deteriorates, and discoveries mount, they’re besieged by strange forces that seem to come from the very land itself.”

Meanwhile, here’s an interview with Philip Gelatt. And check out pictures from the set of “30–.”

ten coyoteimage courtesy Ten Wendlandt

2 thoughts on “Director Philip Gelatt Interview

  1. Kevin z says:

    This sounds like it could be really awesome.
    Hope all is well.

  2. Laird says:

    Thanks, Kevin. Likewise.

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