https://youtu.be/gN_GjzBgIAI Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode host Jason Godbey tells you how to make a movie in isolation with the making of his film, Isolation. Isolation was made during the Corona virus quarantine of 2020. For more episodes, follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube channel … Continue reading Episode 801: How to Make a Film in Isolation
This special episode of No Rest for the Weekend is a rebroadcast of the Katra Alumni Spotlight featuring filmmaker Felix Thompson (Director, Letter for the King) talks with host Jason Godbey about how to build a career in filmmaking.
The SOHO International Film Festival (SIFFNYC), scheduled for Oct. 15-22, has announced the lineup for its 2020 edition.
https://youtu.be/txF6-6CUp8Q Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode Jason Godbey reviews the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. Is it still worth it 1 year later? Plus an interview with Black Magic Design representative, Jason Druss. For more episodes, follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube channel or … Continue reading Episode 723: Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Review
A great story can emerge from the most mundane of circumstances, because of the way humans interact, and because of how the tiniest things can be a microcosm for much larger issues.
On this episode Catherine Delaloye talks about her film festival, Female Voice Rock.
The SOHO International Film Festival [SIFFNYC] has announced upcoming dates for its 11th annual event this coming October 15th through the 22nd of this year.
For more than 20 years, Charlie Kaufman has proven himself to be a virtuoso when it comes to cinematic study of the human condition and psyche.
The story follows Jack (Dan Fogler from the Fantastic Beasts franchise) and his girlfriend, Lisa (Emma Bell from The Walking Dead) as they get into an argument during a get together with some friends over wine and charcuterie in their apartment.
On this episode writer/director Adam Lippe talks about his indie horror/comedy feature Wait, Wait Don't Kill Me.