Karan Choudhary is a New York-based Indie filmmaker. Recently, he completed his second short film called New York’d. It’s premiered at the NewFilmmakers Film Festival in New York on April 25th at Anthology Film Archives. “New York’d” is a comedy about day-to-day life living in New York.
We had an amazing opportunity to speak with Karan! Check out the interview below.
Hi, Karan! You have one amazing portfolio of work and we are excited to speak with you about it! We’re also happy to catch up with you, too! Thank you for granting the interview. Congrats on your second short film New...
No matter where you live, it feels like we’re in a culture war these days about race, religion, age, sexuality and everything else. The new short film “The Timepiece,” deals with several of these issues in a real-life way.
From writer, director and star of the project, Karan Choudhary, “The Timepiece” is a story about Sunny (Karan Choudhary), a young straight man from India, and Larry (Bill Bateman), an aging gay man, who turn a chance meeting into an unlikely friendship that ultimately changes their perspectives forever.
The film has been a hot ticket on the festival circuit with...
2018 had some really good films that are worth talking, so this list is about my personal favorite films of the year. Two honorable mentions go out to the direct to DVD animated film Batman: Gotham by Gaslight and the Aardman film Early Man.
10. Sherlock Gnomes
Sherlock Gnomes is an animated sequel to 2011's Gnomeo and Juliet. I like the 2011 film, but I like this film more. That's thanks to Johnny Depp who shows off his voice acting skills as the title character. The film also has my favorite actress, Emily Blunt. Hearing two of my favorite celebrities in the same film was a real treat. Also,...
Ever wonder what it would be like to flirt with Owen Wilson? How about Ed Helms? Do you think you could keep a straight face?
Well, that’s exactly what actress SARAH SKEIST did for her latest role in the Warner Bros. road-trip comedy “FATHER FIGURES.”
The film follows two fraternal twin brothers (Owen and Ed) as they head out on a search for their father. This quest kicks off after their mom (played by Glenn Close) lets it slip that she’s not exactly sure who their ‘real’ dad is. Sarah joins in as a fun and flirty Flight Attendant the guys meet along the way.