MUM Filmmakers Geoff Boothby and Cullen Thomas on Writers' Voices

Writers' Voices celebrates the Fairfield Film Festival by interviewing MUM Filmmakers Geoff Boothby and Cullen Thomas about their film, Wormtooth NationWormtooth Nation this Friday, Feb 6, at 1pm.

Originally conceived as a "steampunk Midsummer Night's Dream set in an underground city where no one ever dies", Wormtooth nation is a 9 part series available for viewing at http://theskyisfree.com or this weekend at the Film Festival.

Steampunk is a genre of retrospective science fiction in which fanciful technologies are suggested, even after we know better. Steam-powered space ships or coal-burning robots would be examples of
"steampunk".

Much more than fanciful science fiction, Wormtooth Nation is laced with interesting philosophical questions. Would we fall in love with the same people if we had no memory? Would living forever REALLY be a good thing? Is a sense that there must be something more to
life, evidence that there is?

Tune in to Writers' Voices on KRUU 100.1 FM this Friday at 1pm to whet your appetite for this weekend's Film Festivities and get a sneak peek into the masterminds behind this quirky, engrossing, and inspiring film.