https://youtu.be/gcraeKesxbo by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This weekend We Are One: A Global Film Festival kicked off at 7 am ET with introductions from celebrities: Whoopi Goldberg, John Tutorro. Olivia Wylde, Hugo Weaving, and Diego Luna to name a handful. In addition to the stars, various members of film festival organizations … Continue reading Opening Weekend of We Are One: A Global Film Festival
https://youtu.be/1hbIgRWsqAw Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This week host Jason Godbey talks about the latest news from We Are One: A Global Film Festival. Sponsored by JMR Rentals
https://youtu.be/vJgyoCxmOL0 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions This is a special uncensored interview with world renowned Burlesque artist and content creator Michelle L'amour about her career and her digital series, Quarantine Cabaret. Warning this episode contains explicit language.
https://youtu.be/EG8lb1OTfNE Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode host Jason Godbey gives you an update on the upcoming Katra Film Series and Brooklyn Film Festival. Along with reviews by William J. Hammon from the Brooklyn Film Festival including: Snaeland, Rotten Ears, The Right Girls, and Mr. Sam.
https://vimeo.com/383150891 Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog In 2018, a caravan of migrants from Central America began a 3,000+ mile trek to the United States with hopes of seeking asylum. As Timothy Wolfer’s documentary, The Right Girls, notes in its opening text, President Donald Trump was less than enthused … Continue reading A Very Human Odyssey – The Right Girls
https://vimeo.com/351028051 Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog While watching the neo-noir Snæland, directed by Lise Raven and co-written with Deborah Goodwin (who wrote Vampires in Venice among other works), my mind drifted to the old contradiction about Iceland being green while Greenland was covered in ice. We all know … Continue reading Coming Out of the Dark – Snæland
Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog For the last several years, Polish cinema has given us a lot of great insight into the human condition in regards to romantic relationships and the perceived roles within them, both from gender and societal standpoints. Some prestigious examples include the recently Oscar-nominated … Continue reading Couples Retreat by Way of Rashomon – Rotten Ears
https://youtu.be/FmQygtqDLHs Review by EJ Argenio, NRFTW Contributor and Correspondent In the words of Mr. Mackey, South Park’s fictitious elementary school guidance counselor, “drugs are bad.” Well, according to many stars of stage and screen, that statement is not entirely true. It’s not all bad. The real experiences and the real effects of hallucinogenic drugs as told by … Continue reading Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics – A Review
This comes to us via the Brooklyn Film Festival BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, May 20 2020 - Brooklyn Film Festival’s (BFF) 23rd edition: TURNING POINT, an online festival out of the norm with more than 140 films viewable for free from May 29 through June 7 at http://www.brooklynfilmfestival.org, announces today its plans for its opening night … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival Announces Opening Night Program
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkKi4ZAl-jo&t=370s Our coverage of the Katra Film Series Grand Finale This release comes to us from the Katra Film Series After a 3 month break due to the unprecedented circumstances surrounding the Global Covid-19 Pandemic, Katra Film Series is excited to return this month for 2 live-streaming nights in partnership with Footprint.tv. Geoffrey Guerrero, Founder … Continue reading Katra Film Series Returns May 29th