Ladies and gentleman, meet Chad Crawford Kinkle, the raised-in-the-south writer and director of Jug Face. If his first film is any indication, he's one to watch. If you haven't seen it, please do—it comes highly recommended by me and I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Dan: Thanks first off for your time and I hope you're well. I always start with, “How's it goin?”
D: Have you always wanted to make films, or was there another goal or two in there? Are there other goals now that you've made some films?
D: What/who got you into filmmaking? Was it a particular film? A particular person?
D: I hate pigeonholes and 'typecasting' but, is horror/supernatural your chosen genre or will you tell stories using other vehicles?
D: Tell me about your short film, "Organ Grinder"! Is there somewhere folks can watch that?
D: I'm a huge skeptic...Do you believe in ghosts?
D: I watched Jug Face with my wife and we loved it (My review HERE). Creepy on several levels, and a very smart story. Can you shed some background on the idea and how it grew into the film?
D: You've won some awards for the screenplay and for the film as well...what does that mean to you?
D: Any inside jokes from the production you'd care to let us in on?
D: Enough about Jug Face... what's next for you? Anything in the works?
D: I'm torn on remakes because they so rarely work. I guess I feel like there should be a time limit before material can be reimagined, or maybe I'm just too old to give up on the films of my youth in favor of jump cuts and CG. Do you have an opinion on the never-ending flood of remake/reboot/tv show/superhero films that are the mainstream right now?
D: Is there anyone you're dying to work with in the business?
D: Last question... is there a book/film/music that you can't live without?
D: Anything else you'd like to share?