Brooklyn Film Festival Goes Virtual for Its 23rd Edition- Turning Point

This article comes to us from our friends at the Brooklyn Film Festival Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), New York City’s longest running international-competitive film festival, stands together with all New Yorkers to flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19, announcing that its 23rd edition, themed TURNING POINT, will go on in the form … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival Goes Virtual for Its 23rd Edition- Turning Point

Episode 703: The Women of Web Series

https://youtu.be/DLGQ9XDc-3Q Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This episode features interviews with some of the wonderful women of digital series including: Ashley North Cafe Con Leche), Taylor Coriell (You're the Pest), Celia Au (Wu Assassins), Kathleen Simmonds (Woe Is She), Jenny Paul (Adulting with Jane) and Stavroula Toska (Switch the Series). … Continue reading Episode 703: The Women of Web Series

Episode 702: Tonkawa Film Festival Recap

https://youtu.be/Gt2ArtYdSPI Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode we'll recap the 1st Annual Tonkawa Film Festival including movie reviews of the festival's short films and Walking Out (now on Netflix) also includes an interview with festival founder James Oxford and the review of a new indie feature Lake Michigan … Continue reading Episode 702: Tonkawa Film Festival Recap

The Ghost Who Walks: A Well-Directed, Intense Indie Action Film

https://youtu.be/QRXlx7IF5c4 Review by Andrew Sweatman, Senior Editor, Arthouse Garage “Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?” Many arguments have been sparked by this age old question, but the question itself is an interesting one because it attempts to deconstruct the holiday movie and explore the relationship between art and big cultural touchstones like Christmas. A movie … Continue reading The Ghost Who Walks: A Well-Directed, Intense Indie Action Film

NRFTW Presents: Top 10 Documentaries About Movies

https://youtu.be/dnf0PnHQt9k Written & Narrated by Jason Godbey, Host of the No Rest for the Weekend Podcast This is the first installment of a new series we're calling No Rest for the Weekend Presents. In this installment we count down our Top 10 documentaries about movies for people who love movies and want to know more … Continue reading NRFTW Presents: Top 10 Documentaries About Movies

Episode 701: Winter Film Awards 2020 Recap

https://youtu.be/36RGgA0ToYk Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This year the NRFTW team attended the Winter Film Awards in New York City. Correspondent Kayla Vera spoke with some of the filmmakers in attendance and NRFTW contributors William J. Hammon, EJ Argenio, and Andrew Sweatman review the films Daddy Issues and Nipponia Nippon: … Continue reading Episode 701: Winter Film Awards 2020 Recap

Episode 624: Arielle Raycene

https://youtu.be/700G_O8pxWg Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This week actor/model Arielle Raycene talks about acting off-broadway and about creating her own content as an earlier adapter of Instagram. To watch our episodes, follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube page. To listen, subscribe on your favorite podcast app.

The Incoherents- Available on iTunes April 28th

https://youtu.be/FIrpdgT1WDo Review by Andrew Sweatman, Senior Editor, Arthouse Garage It’s a rare thing for a person’s day job to perfectly align with their passion. That’s why so many have side-hustles, online businesses, or, like the characters in The Incoherents, a band. This indie comedy/drama from director Jared Barel and writer Jeff Auer tells the story … Continue reading The Incoherents- Available on iTunes April 28th