Matt Wilkins best short, winner of a Judge’s Award from Matt Groening at the 1999 NW Film and Video Festival.
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“Daniel is taken to meet his girlfriend’s father, setting him amidst the complicated infrastructure of a father/daughter relationship. Superb acting highlights an evocative short story.”
— Matt Groening, NW Film and Video Festival
“Matt Wilkins’ “Interior Latex,” a cruelly funny tale of a young man’s introduction to his girlfriend’s father, reveals more about its characters in 13 minutes than most films do in 90.”
— Mark Mohan, The Oregonian
“Even funnier, because it’s treading much sadder turf, is Matt Wilkins’ Interior Latex, a nearly perfect look at a young man visiting his girlfriend’s dad.”
— Bruce Reid, The Stranger
“Matt Wilkins’ “Interior Latex,” a thirteen minute tale of a philandering father, his young daughter, her new boyfriend and dad’s old flame, is a standout for the way it manages to suggest so much about these relationships during a drunken all night party. To put it mildly, these people don’t have much of a future together; even the father-daughter bonding shows signs of cracks.
— John Hartl, The Seattle Times
“The other award-winning short was Matt Wilkins’ “Interior Latex,” a loosely structured, extremely well acted film that shows some real potential from this Seattle-based filmmaker.”
— Jeff Winograd, IndieWIRE
— Min Liao, The Stranger
— Chuck Wilson, The LA Weekly