https://youtu.be/IuvwnMSB1ig On this episode Aaron Augenblick, the man behind Augenblick Studios, talks about his latest project, Death Hacks, the state of animation, and gives his advice for creators looking to break into the industry. Augenblick is a producer/director/animator known for Ugly Americans, The Jellies, and Losers. We first met Aaron during our coverage of the … Continue reading Episode 919: Aaron Augenblick
Winter Film Awards International Film Festival (WFA-IFF), which was one of NYC’s last live events of 2020, is returning bigger than ever for 2021 in celebration of its 10th year. The Festival’s lineup includes 91 outstanding films, a diverse mixture of 13 Animated films, 15 Documentaries, 6 Feature narratives, 16 Horror films, 10 Music Videos, 22 Narrative shorts and 5 Web series. These include 18 student films and 19 first-time filmmakers. Filmmakers come from 28 countries; half of the films were created by women, 53% were created by or about people of color.
https://youtu.be/mZzv_0dP1HQ On this episode film critic William J. Hammon and host Jason Godbey review the films on HBO Max: Judas and the Black Messiah, the little things, and Tenet. For our last movie review episode, click here. For more film festival news, interviews, and movie reviews, follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
This weekend Netflix released the first five episodes of Masters of the Universe: Revelation, the latest reboot of the Masters of the Universe franchise. Based on the toy line from Mattel, the original television series, He-Man Masters of the Universe was released in 1983 and made into a live action film in 1987 starring Doph Lundgren and Frank Langella, and the series was rebooted back in 2002.
https://youtu.be/7GRDLX3a-IE Review by William J. Hammon, ActuallyPaid.com The heist movie is a subgenre that’s basically out of gas at this point, at least from a plot perspective. Pretty much every film follows a fairly standard pattern of a big idea, complications that could be easily foreseen with a bit of logical thinking, at least two … Continue reading Stacking the Deck – NO SUDDEN MOVE
As narrator Michaela Watkins (Big Mouth, The Unicorn) tells us in the opening, if you’re not a comedian, you’ve likely never heard of Del Close, but if you are, you know he’s responsible for grooming some of the greatest talent of the last few generations.
https://youtu.be/HXTvKl0Ermc Created and hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode producer/show runner Alex Lemay gives his advice to creators on how to network and pitch your project. For more episodes follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube channel.
On this episode William Hammon and Jason Godbey review movies currently streaming on Netflix: Synchronic, Outside the Wire, The Midnight Sky, and The Mitchell's vs The Machines.
Utopia Media has just announced that the new feature documentary, For Madmen Only that places improv guru Del Close front and center, is set for release on Altavod & Apple TV in the USA and Canada on July 2
https://youtu.be/8hWwmzAkwVI Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode we review the Sony A7S II and Rokinon cinema lenses. We put the camera and the lenses through a real world test, a micro short called Street Shooter starring Nataliya Denysyuk and Vaughn Broderick. Is the A7S II still worth it … Continue reading Episode 915: Sony A7S II Review