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REVIEW Film Threat: Review by Filipe Freitas

"...this dark, immersive, and disturbing exercise is just the beginning of a beautiful filmmaking career." Filipe Freitas on The Fever and the Fret, screening at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

 

PODCAST Film Threat's LA Asian Pacific Film Festival Special hosted by Alan Ng

 

INTERVIEW Rama's Screen Interview with 'THE FEVER AND THE FRET' Director, Cath Gulick, at the LAAPFF 2018

 

INTERVIEW Pacific Rim's Tiger Talk with "The Fever And The Fret" Director Cath Gulick at the #LAAPFF2018 Press Day

 

VIDCAST FilAm Creative's "Voices" [S1 Ep5]: LAAPFF Filmmakers, Alexandra and Rey Cuerdo, Jeremy Sistoso, and Cath Gulick

 

PODCAST  TALKING PICTURES WITH PAUL BOOTH: Ep. #2 Female Filmmaker Friday

Host Paul Booth interviews Victoria Negri (Producer) and Cath Gulick (writer/director) about their film The Fever and the Fret.

 

 

REVIEW  THE KNOCKTURNAL: Review by Jake King

 "...A moving story about a teenager trying to escape her troubled life."

 

 

 

INTERVIEW  WE ARE MOVING STORIES: Queens World Film Festival - The Fever and the Fret

WAMS: Imagine I’m a member of the audience. Why should I watch this film?

Cath Gulick: Come watch this film if you love gritty, depressing, tear-filled virtuoso acting and films whose sense of reality is sort of slightly left of center.

 

INTERVIEW  FF2 MEDIA: All-female team behind ‘Fever and the Fret’ gets creative with limitations

Cath Gulick: “Don't get mad, get certified as mentally incompetent for your trial.”

 

 

 

INTERVIEW  DIRECTED BY WOMEN: Cath Gulick - Film as a Group Art Form

Victoria Negri: What surprises you most as a filmmaker about people’s reactions to your film?

Cath Gulick: I was pretty surprised that people didn’t watch my film and think, “Wow, this movie is one of the best things ever made and this woman is a genius.”

 

INTERVIEW  REVIEW FIX Exclusive Queens World Film Festival Coverage: Inside ‘The Fever And The Fret’

Review Fix: What was the inspiration for your film?

Cath Gulick: I wanted to make a fairy tale but those are expensive. I wondered if the descent into madness might be cheaper.