Our protagonist is Ragnhildur Jónsdóttir, an environmentalist who believes in, speaks with, and speaks for the hidden peoples of Iceland: elves, trolls, and dwarves.
Yet There is Method – FOR MADMEN ONLY
As narrator Michaela Watkins (Big Mouth, The Unicorn) tells us in the opening, if you’re not a comedian, you’ve likely never heard of Del Close, but if you are, you know he’s responsible for grooming some of the greatest talent of the last few generations.
The Needle Revolution-DOPE IS DEATH
Protests, armored car heists, revolutionaries, fugitives on the run from the FBI all sound like something out of a Hollywood blockbuster, but they are all part of Dope Is Death, a documentary about the young men and women who brought healthcare to an underserved community in East Harlem and the South Bronx.
The Doc We Need Right Now-Martha: A Picture Story
Photographing city life is a little like catching rain. It takes time and patience and a keen eye to capture the people passing by, the graffiti on the walls and subway trains, and it can easily slip through your fingers. Chronicling and immortalizing life on film is the work of Martha Cooper, the subject of the documentary, Martha: A Picture Story.
MARTHA: A PICTURE STORY-ACQUIRED BY UTOPIA
https://youtu.be/zgAjdQBF7JI Utopia has acquired the North American rights to feature documentary Martha: A Picture Story, a portrait of trailblazing graffiti and street photographer Martha Cooper, set for release on VOD platforms on March 16th and special edition Blu-Ray in May, 2021. Martha Cooper is an American photojournalist who became the first female staff photographer for … Continue reading MARTHA: A PICTURE STORY-ACQUIRED BY UTOPIA
Episode 810: Julie Rowen
https://youtu.be/uJxLSTmn4-M Hosted by Jason Godbey Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this week's episode, director Julie Rowen talks about her documentary, The Air of the Time. We first interviewed Julie at this year's Soho International Film Festival. Click here to watch our opening night coverage. Follow us here for new episodes every Wednesday as … Continue reading Episode 810: Julie Rowen
Episode 809: Cam Cowan
https://youtu.be/_3krc0XDLsw Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode director Cam Cowan talks about his feature documentary, Opeka. We first met Cam at the Soho International Film Festival. Watch our opening night coverage of this year's festival here. Follow us here for new episodes every Wednesday as well as updates … Continue reading Episode 809: Cam Cowan
Episode 718: Liam Firmager
https://youtu.be/OFPC04VWwbE Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode documentary filmmaker Liam Firmager talks about his film, Suzi Q. Suzi Q is the story of Suzi Quatro a pioneer in the world of women in rock n roll. Read our review here. Follow us here for more episode and subscribe … Continue reading Episode 718: Liam Firmager
Episode 716: Timothy Wolfer
On this episode filmmaker Timonthy Wolfer talks about his daring documentary, The Right Girls which was featured at the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2020.
Suzi Q- The Girl from Detroit City Who Became a Rock Legend
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