Episode 405: Matthew Taylor

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

This is the most dangerous episode of No Rest for the Weekend yet. Director Matthew Taylor talks about his film The Creepy Line. If you’re a documentary filmmaker, this episode is a must-see.

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Episode 404: Sibyl Santiago

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, Executive Director and Head of Programming for the Soho International Film Festival, Sibyl Santiago talks about  her career as an actor/filmmaker what it takes to get into a film festival and gives her advice for filmmakers.

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Episode 403: The Hip Hop Film Festival Recap

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, Ashley Carrizo joins the cast for the recap of the Hip Hop Film Festival 2018. Featuring interviews with director Kimberly Roberts (Fear No Gumbo, Trouble the Water) and author Ty Powell and Director Chad Quinn (For the Love of Musiq).

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Episode 402: DJI Osmo 4K Camera/3Axis Gimbal Review plus IFP Week

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, it’s the review of the Osmo 4K Camera/3 Axis Gimbal and Jason’s takeaways from IFP Week 2018. Complete with footage from the camera. We’d like to thank the folks at JMR Rentals for supplying us with the camera for this review.

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Episode 401: Taylor Coriell

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, actor/writer/director Taylor Coriell talks about her web series, You’re the Pest and her upcoming projects.

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Episode 312: Jesse Tendler

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, Jesse Tendler talks about his career as an actor/filmmaker and gives his tips on what it takes to make a great short film.

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Episode 311: Alice Boucherie

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

No Rest for the Weekend continues to highlight women in film in this episode featuring director Alice Boucherie as she talks about her short film, Washed Out (winner Best Short at the Soho International Film Festival).

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Episode 310: New York Television Festival Recap

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode Ilaria Malvezzi is in the studio to recap the New York Television Festival.  This is a must-see episode for anyone looking to break into television as a creator complete with tips on pitching and how to work with networks.

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Episode 309: Soho International Film Festival Recap

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, we recap the Soho International Film Festival. Featuring interviews with Jeremiah Kipp, director of Slap Face and Adrian Stewart, director of Diminuendo by Ilaria Malvezzi and Jason Godbey. For more interviews on the red carpet of the Soho Film Festival, check out our YouTube page.

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NAB Show New York 2018

By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

I had the opportunity to attend this year’s NAB Show in New York City. There were quite a few brands there including: Arri, Fujinon, Ikan, Panasonic, and Black Magic Design. Conspicuous by their absence were Canon and Sony. Both brands normally have among the larger booths at the show, but this year Black Magic had the biggest booth. The highlight of the show was the new Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera which I did manage to get my hands on, but more about that later.

All in all, the question for filmmakers would have to be: is NAB worth attending? The answer is- it depends. It really depends on your interest and what you’re looking to get out of the show. NAB is a broadcasting show. They have speakers and presentations relevant to the broadcasting world. This year’s keynote was given by Robert DeNiro, so that’s definitely appealing for some people, but it may not be your cup of tea if you’re a filmmaker.

The show is not really about filmmaking but some filmmakers and production companies do attend, so it can be a good show for networking. I’ve met quite a few filmmakers and possible clients at the show. It’s also an opportunity to get to know the manufacturers many of which have industry professionals working at their booths who may work in your area and may be great contacts for you to know.

You can also go to check out the new gear, but truth be told, if you really want to find out which new cameras are about to launch, you should really attend NAB in Las Vegas which is in the spring. This year there wasn’t much to talk about because there were no new announcements in the camera world. That doesn’t mean it won’t happen next year, but we’ll have to wait and see.