About

 Curtis Alexander – contributor  & technical supervisor

Curtis Alexander is a filmmaker in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Through his film production company Unidentified Object Films (UNIDOB) he has directed and produced several short films, and has written over 20 short film scripts.

Curtis is interested in all facets of filmmaking. Besides writing, producing and directing, he has acted as sound recordist, sound designer, color correctionist, and Director of Photography. He’s catered shoots, tweetedbloggedfacebookedorganized #yegfilm meetings…everything needed to make films. And now, add a podcast to that list.

As founder of the #yegfilm collective, Curtis is working with other local filmmakers to not only make films in Edmonton, but change the way films are made in his hometown.

 Cody Lang – editor

Cody is a PhD student in Cinema Studies at York University and has recently graduated with an MA from the University of Alberta. As an avid cinephile, Cody loves to write on films and the art of cinema.

Caleb Caswell – editor

Caleb Caswell is a writer based out of Edmonton, Alberta. A regular contributor to local magazines, such as Alberta Oil and the city’s local arts and culture rag, Avenue. Holder of an Applied Degree in Communications, Caleb has been trained to write in numerous mediums, including screenwriting. He has written numerous shorts, and continues to expand his cinema collection to inspire his own writing.

Shahbaz Khayambashi – contributor

Recently graduated from York University with an MA in Cinema Studies, Shahbaz is a Toronto based film critic and curator.

Timothy May – contributor

Timothy is the co-creator of VHShitfest and The Missing Reels podcast.

Franco Asmaeil – contributor

Franco is a San Francisco based writer and host of the Dawn of the Dad podcast.

Contact Us:

General inquiries: cody@intercut.net

Potential Contributors: cody@intercut.net

Advertising: cody@intercut.net

Made in Edmonton

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The INTERCUT podcast and film magazine are proudly created in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The photo above is by Flickr user two8five. Yes it gets cold here.

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