When we last saw James Bond (Daniel Craig) at the end of Spectre, he’d quit MI6 and headed off with his Aston Martin DB5 and MI6 shrink Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux). In No Time to Die, we find Bond in blissful retirement. He’s tooling around Italy with Swann, happy, relaxed, and romantic. He’s let down his defenses and let Swann in. “We have all the time in the world,” he says, but we know it can’t last.
https://youtu.be/L4NJE8ULuQo This release comes to us from Universal Pictures Mothers of the Revolution is a feature length documentary that tells the story of a group of women came together to change the world on September 5th, 1981. These women marched from Wales to Berkshire to protest over nuclear weapons being kept at RAF Greenham Common. … Continue reading New Trailer for MOTHERS OF THE REVOLUTION
https://youtu.be/9n4G87VrZj8 This release comes to us from 1091 Pictures Directed by Eric Werthman and starring Danny Glover, The Drummer is made up of three interwoven stories that reveal the traumatic effects of war on the psyches of veterans from different generations. Danny Glover is Mark Walker, a Vietnam war veteran who has become a lawyer … Continue reading New Trailer for THE DRUMMER
https://youtu.be/jWrS54B5Ef8 Hosted by Jason Godbey On this week's episode director Taylor Landesman talks about her experience as an assistant editor working on the recent Spike Lee's recent documentary series, NYC Epicenters 9/11-2021 1/2, and her own film, Killing Evan which we discovered at this year's Greenpoint Film Festival. For more video content follow us here … Continue reading Episode 1005: Taylor Landesman
On this episode we recap World Webfest Mania, Greenpoint Film Festival, and give you a preview of upcoming fall film festivals including: Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Stareable Fest, Chelsea Film Festival, Bushwick Film Festival, Soho International Film Festival, NYC Webfest, and Female Voices Rock.
Dear Evan Hansen won the Tony for best Broadway musical in 2017, but the movie version has come in for more than its share of negative reviews and internet mocking, with particular vitriol aimed at its star, Ben Platt. Is the hatred deserved? In a word, no. I’ll take the haters on, point by point.
https://youtu.be/ZpCNDDSZ_Cc Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode animation writer/director Onyi Udeh breaks down his career, his process, and gives his advice for creators who want to work in animation. If you're interested in animation, check out our interview with Aaron Augenblick of Augenblick Studios. Follow us here for … Continue reading Episode 1003: Onyi Udeh
https://youtu.be/HUSUnltOwYI By William J. Hammon, ActuallyPaid.com As I watched More Than Miyagi, Kevin Derek’s heartfelt and earnest documentary about the life of acclaimed actor Pat Morita, I found myself coming back to the film’s title on more than one occasion. How was this movie showing Morita as more than just this one iconic character? As … Continue reading It’s Pat! – MORE THAN MIYAGI: THE PAT MORITA STORY
https://youtu.be/xvfFe78DSJ4 By Maribeth Thueson, NRFTW Contributor The couples stalk down the dance floor, their bodies close together, backs arched, hips twisting, legs tangling, in perfect unison. There’s no dance more thrilling than the tango, none more evocative of the sexual and emotional relationship between a couple. They communicate their moves to each other so that … Continue reading A Touch of Thriller-TOUCH
https://youtu.be/8Z4m1cbzvK4 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode Lisa Papatzimas talks about the state of media today and tells you how to market your content. For more tips on pitching your project and the media landscape, check our our episodes with Alex Lemay and Evan Shapiro. For more video … Continue reading Episode 1002: Lisa Papatzimas-Marketing for Creators