Here’s the second of the New Breed videos discussing the current and future states of distribution. From the makers: Filmmakers Zak Forsman and Kevin K. Shah of Sabi Pictures arrive at Park City with an intent to define the questions most relevant to independent distribution options. Insights from Brian Newman, Dan Mirvish, Jon Reiss and Ira Deutchman open a path toward discovering some real solutions. NEW BREED PARK CITY – Discovering the Questions from Sabi Pictures on Vimeo.
Here is the first of the New Breed video reports realized this year in collaboration with Filmmaker and The Workbook Project. This one’s an open discussion between Lance Weiler, Peter Baxter, Saskia Wilson-Brown, Brian Newman and Paul Rachman just prior to Slamdance and the Open Video Alliance’s Filmmaker Summit in Park City, which starts in just a little more than an hour. If you’re not in town you can stream the summit here. NEW BREED PARK CITY – AN OPEN DISCUSSION from Sabi Pictures on Vimeo.
Jamie Stuart uses the latest edition of Apple’s Final Cut Studio to create the short Isn’t She?…, an ode to John Hughes that follows a day in the life of Claire (Lauren Currie Lewis) as she tries to claim unemployment insurance. WATCH short here. Running time: 15:23 Visit Jamie’s site at www.mutinycompany.com. Learn more about the songs in the short at www.ediesedgwick.biz Read parts 1 & 2 of Jamie’s review of Final Cut Studio. See how Jamie created the visual effects here.
Jamie Stuart interviews documentary filmmaker Dmitry Trakovsky on his film Meeting Andrei Tarkovsky, which looks at the late auteur through his collaborators and friends. The film is currently playing at the Lincoln Center in New York as part of their Tarkovsky retrospective. See interview here. Running time: 4:20 Learn more about Meeting Andrei Tarkovsky here.
Perhaps best known for her Oscar-winning turn in Tony Gilroy’s Michael Clayton and the long, fruitful collaboration she enjoyed with the late Derek Jarman, Tilda Swinton has acted recently for David Fincher, Joel and Ethan Coen, Hungarian auteur Béla Tarr, and in Andrew Adamson’s Chronicles of Narnia franchise. Her flinty, fearless performance as an alcoholic outlaw in Erick Zonca’s cross-border thriller Julia, however, truly spotlights the impressive range and cool professionalism of this adventurous, one-of-a-kind screen actress. (She also appears in Jim Jarmusch’s The Limits of Control, which opened last Friday.) We caught up with Swinton in New York to […]
Here Jamie Stuart examines the New York Film Festival with a irreverent brand of narrative/reporting that features the indie stars attending the festival while weaving a twisted tale starring Stuart himself.
In Jamie Stuart‘s final episode from his New York Film Festival series, Mickey Rourke reflects on the bad time in his career while Jamie learns the present is the best place to be. Running time: 9:00. Download the short here by right clicking and choosing Save Target or Save Link. (63.5MB) Please visit Jamie’s site at www.mutinycompany.com. To see all the videos in this series please go to http://filmmakermagazine.com/nyff46.php.
Jamie Stuart drops a bomb in this episode from his New York Film Festival series. With special appearances by Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Clint Eastwood and many more. Running time: 7:48. Download the short here by right clicking and choosing Save Target or Save Link. (69M) Please visit Jamie’s site at www.mutinycompany.com. To see all the videos in this series please go to http://filmmakermagazine.com/nyff46.php.
Coin-Op Pictures’s Evan Louison and David Woolner direct this short promo for Joshua Safdie‘s debut feature, The Pleasure of Being Robbed, which is out in limited release this weekend. Click here to see video.
Jamie Stuart continues his series of shorts from the 46th New York Film Festival with an appearance from Steven Soderbergh and a chance encounter with a woman in distress… or is she? Approximate running time: 6:02. Download the short here by right clicking and choosing Save Target or Save Link. (35M) Please visit Jamie’s site at www.mutinycompany.com. To see all the videos in this series please go to http://filmmakermagazine.com/nyff46.php.