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Flying Saucer Cults and the American Sprawl:
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Of Gods and Brothels: Interview with Indie Film Director Preston Miller

Indie Filmmaker Preston Miller Answers Your Questions

Holy Visions: Five Favorite Films on Faith

The Priesthood Experience: One Critic’s Day Behind the Scenes of “God’s Land”

 

 


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Outing the Actor
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LOCKPORT UNION-SUN & JOURNAL
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BUFFALO SPREE - 08.02.11

   

Jared Mobarak Blog - 07.29.11

 

GOD's LAND review 07.28.11

 

 

NUZCOM - 04.26.11

 

COFFEE COFFEE AND MORE COFFEE
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The Sheila Variations - 12.27.10
 

MOUNTAIN WEEKLY NEWS - review for SDFF - 11.18.10

 

AsiaXpress.com - 11.14.10

 

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 "JONES is a find."
 Amy Taubin - FILM COMMENT

SELF-DISTRIBUTED PICK of Film Comment Mar/Apr 2008 edition.

Early in Preston Miller's tough, formally elegant, micro-budgeted Jones, the camera, a la Antonioni, tracks the alienated protagonist, a no longer young but hardly middle-aged father-to-be from South Carolina, as he walks along Broadway near Times Square. That Miller stole the three-block-long shot from a moving car without once having stop for traffic or red lights proves that he's either lucky or ingenious or both. The eponymous Jones (Trey Albright) is in New York on a business trip: he videotapes depositions for an insurance company. At night, he does all the things lonely tourists are programmed to do- drinks himself blotto, talks to strangers in bars, gets lost on the subway, telephones his wife, and summons an Asian call-girl to his dreary hotel room. But just when you think you have Jones's number, he surprises you by, say, expressing a passion for the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami or taking a taxi to Queens to further explore his libidinal leanings towards all things Asian. Jones is a find.

-- FILM COMMENT by Amy Taubin March/April 2008

 

 

ADDITIONAL PRESS ON JONES
N.Y. SUN
12.13.07

THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR
12.12.07

 blogSPOUT
12.12.07

 the FILM
EXPERIENCE

11.30.07

 theREELER
12.12.07

ON THE CIRCUIT:
PRESTON MILLER'S JONES PODCAST INTERVIEW

 


Lichman & Rizov:
Live at Grassroots Tavern
PODCASTS with PM

04.10.08

09.24.08 pt.1

09.30.08 pt.2

09.30.08 pt.3
 



Interview of PM by JEREMIAH KIPP
about the JONES DVD

04.15.08

 

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theREELER

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