Showing posts with label John Kinhart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label John Kinhart. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

'Pigheaded' at Newburyport Documentary Film Festival

Local film-maker and comics creator John Kinhart had his documentary on cartoonist Skip Williamson called "Pigheadedaccepted into Massachusetts' Newburyport Documentary Film Festival, where it will be screened in September.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Art imitating life, imitating art, imitating life

Local cartoonist and filmmaker John Kinhart had a cool comic in Magic Bullet 12 about the locally produced documentary "Heavy Metal Parking Lot." (See image, below). The makers of that film are holding an exhibition and reception on May 27 in College Park, Md., in honor of the film's 30th anniversary. (I heard one the filmmakers bought the original art from John.)

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Skip Williamson documentary coming soon

Local cartoonist and filmmaker John Kinhart has a teaser for his upcoming documentary “Pigheaded” about underground comix artist Skip Williamson. The documentary will include appearances by Jay Lynch, Kim Deitch, Cayetano Garza Jr., Stephen Bissette, Robert W. Cox and Patrick Rosenkranzaccording to Kinhart. (Folks, this looks amazing!)

Sunday, June 30, 2013

John Kinhart's videos on comics

It's been a few years since we checked in with cartoonist John Kinhart. We'll be interviewing him, but in the meantime, he's made three short videos about cartoonists and here are the links -

Kim Deitch : The Search For Smilin' Ed
Jul 15, 2010

Finally collected in one volume, Kim Deitch's sprawling whiligig of a yarn "The Search for Smilin' Ed" chronicles his investigation into the secrets behind the life and career of a very strange children's show host and his malevolent (in fact, possibly demonic) sidekick. Directed, edited and shot by John Kinhart

BB&B Special Feature: The Archive of Jay Lynch
bbbmovie Nov 7, 2012

Kelly Froh
Jan 5, 2012

Short documentary about cartoonist Kelly Froh. Kelly has released mini-comics and zines with such titles as The Cheapest S.O.B.'s, Puke Stories, Beating Up Little Brother, Unlucky, Two Days Away From Staring at Birds From a Park Bench and the autobiographical series Slither.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Check out John Kinhart's Sorry Comics

John Kinhart kindly pointed out the State Depts' Gene Yang video, so I followed his link to his webcomics site, Sorry Comics. I've just quickly read his first 4 autobiographical strips and he's got some good work there. Check it out. I'll put up a link on the side for future use.