https://youtu.be/NgzDusEclJA Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions In the words of AC/DC, “It’s a long way to the top if you wanna rock n roll,” and it’s even longer if you’re a woman. Suzi Q is the story of Suzi Quatro, one of the first female rock stars to play an … Continue reading Suzi Q- The Girl from Detroit City Who Became a Rock Legend
https://youtu.be/H46G__dgYq4 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode filmmaker Sandy Collora (Hunter Prey, Shallow Water) talks about coming up from the world of special effects into making his own films. Sandy Collora is the subject of the documentary Behind the Mask, the Batman Dead End Story which we featured … Continue reading Episode 711: Sandy Collora
https://youtu.be/JUMjLM8gSG4 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode creator of the Amazon series Trending Crimes, Ben Darkwa, talks about the series and the inspiration behind it. If you like this content, please like rate and subscribe on your favorite podcast app or on YouTube.
https://youtu.be/J5y5uanCDe8 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode founder of the Tonkawa Film Festival James Oxford talks about the festival's inaugural year and the future of film festivals. For more on the Tonkawa Film Festival, click here.
But in spite of all that - or maybe because of it - this film feels essential. Stylistically, it plays like a great Western, but it’s decidedly NOT an American Western.
https://youtu.be/DyiELnj-Zto Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Indie Film News: Film & TV Production to Resume in CA starting June 12th. Plus an update on We Are One: A Global Film Festival and the Katra Film Series.
It’s impossible that when writer/director Akiko Ooku adapted the screenplay for Risa Wataya’s novel Tremble All You Want in 2017 about a young woman who isolates herself, could have known that three years later we would be watching the film while socially distancing.
https://youtu.be/2zfSw7G1A-0 Review by Lauren Atkins, Founder, NYC Webfest In the pilot episode of Israeli TV series Losing Alice, the viewer is seduced immediately. It’s a dark and stormy night. Violins are playing loudly. The cinematography is slick. Everything feels surreal. What is happening? Right from the beginning, we can expect the unexpected. Curated by the … Continue reading Losing Alice- A Seductive Thriller Series
This comes to us via the Brooklyn Film Festival Brooklyn, NY (June 8, 2020) – Brooklyn Film Festival’s 23rd edition: TURNING POINT (aka Relearn How to be Human), which in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic began showing films for free online on Friday, May 29th and wrapped up Sunday, June 7th, announced the winners … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival’s 23rd Edition: TURNING POINT Announces Award Winners:
Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog The final day of the Annecy showcase features a quartet of films set around the four seasons. Written and directed by Pierre-Luc Granjon and Antoine Lanciaux, this French-Canadian series funded by the National Film Board of Canada is a fairy tale told in … Continue reading We Are One: A Global Film Festival- Day Three: Annecy Shorts [Four Seasons]