Nick Toti

Special guest

Nick Toti is the director of 20+ underground movies, including Kill, Kobek... Kill! (recently removed from Amazon Prime for "failure to meet customer expectations on quality"), St. Frances of Hollywood (recently postponed indefinitely from its West Coast premiere at San Francisco's Other Cinema), Ringu: Meme Origins (the only short film to receive no applause in its block at DTLA Fest), and The Complete History of Seattle (rejected by every festival that considered it). Between his sundry failures, Toti has spoken at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam following a screening of his 25-hour-long documentary Liveblog by Megan Boyle, been featured numerous times on DC's - The blog of author Dennis Cooper, and produced award-winning work, such as Master Class (Audience Award at Austin Film Festival), It Felt Good to Have This Pain (Best Short at Fresno Film Fest), and Disenchanted (Best Writing at New York Television Festival). He lives in Kirksville, MO.

Nick Toti has been a guest on 1 episode.