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Executive Producer and co-star Tim Kavanagh talks with Scott Wheeler about growing up in the Northeast Kingdom, The Simpsons Movie, Facebook, Intrinsic Films, as well as Tin Can and Soul Keeper among many other things
on The Vermont Voice, 1490 AM WIKE (10/22/2011):
Director Logan Howe and Executive Producer Tim Kavanagh discuss Tin Can on WCAX-TV’s The :30
“With imaginations as large as the Intrinsic Films crew’s, a one-car garage in Milton is convincingly transformed into a spaceship bound for Mars…Suspense fuels the story, not eye-catching special effects like in many of today’s science fiction films.”
- Jacqueline Cain, The Milton Independent
October 20, 2011
“Its power is in its ability to tell a good story with empathetic characters and realistic relationships in an artistic way that makes the viewer think.”
- Bethany Dunbar, The Chronicle
October 12, 2011
…the Future of Movies…
“Tin Can represents the future of movies – a sci-fi story shot with passion and ingenuity in a Vermont barn.”
…A Remarkable Piece of Work…
Review by John Walters, Radio Vermont/WDEV
“If you were going to make a low-budget movie, you might not choose science fiction as your genre. But in the case of Tin Can, the limited resources actually enhance the story.
“Tin Can follows three men on a mission to Mars. After many months in their small craft, they are beginning to show signs of strain. Then come a series of equipment failures and accidents that put their survival (and their sanity) at risk. Finally, there are questions about the nature of their mission and what, exactly, is really going on.
“It’s a compelling story brought to life through the brilliantly intense acting of Stephen Maas, Eric Clifford and Jayson Argento as the three voyagers. Almost the entire film takes place in the spacecraft, a piece of exceptional set design by director Logan Howe.
“Tin Can isn’t always an easy film to watch; its intensity is downright scary at times. But it’s rewarding and thought-provoking, and a remarkable piece of work by a team of very talented people.”
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The film was profiled in the newspaper 7Days on June 15, 2011:
“…[recalls] claustrophobic science-fiction flicks such as Duncan Jones’ Moon and Danny Boyle’s Sunshine …in its tense, low-key performances and convincing environment…”
- Margot Harrison, 7Days, 06/15/2011
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