This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Associate Editor Kate Erbland drops by to play Best/Worst and talk Found Fauxtage Films.
Plus, we speak with author Ray Morton to get the whole story of why The Beatles made A Hard Day’s Night and we get a special announcement directly from Vimeo that will sound like sunshine to weary independent filmmakers.
That is, the filmmakers who want to save some money.
Best/Worst [The Beginning – 22:36]: Kate Erbland and I share our favorite news stories from the week alongside the stuff that made us want to punch Charlie Sheen in the face while vomiting.
Found Fauxtage [22:36 – 32:50]: A recent obsession, Kate talks about the birth of the sub-genre, its downfall, and the hope for the future that might see it reborn in an afterbirth of innovation.
Perks [32:50 – 40:30]:Vimeo VP of Creative Development Blake Whitman comes on the show to announce a new deal for Plus and Pro subscribers called Vimeo Perks which simply gives them cameras, lighting, and other filmmaking equipment at reduced cost.
Working Like a Dog [40:30 – The Bloody End]: Ray Morton, author of the informative “A Hard Day’s Night: Music on Film Series,” tells us some surprising elements to the story behind The Beatles’ first film – the 1964 mockumentary about their growing fame that just made them more famous.
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