Tag Archives: David Jakubovic

Op-Ed: The American New Wave – A Filmmaking Manifesto

Op-Ed: The American New Wave – A Filmmaking Manifesto

Shooting handheld is no way to start a revolution. Certainly not now, 52 years after the French New Wave blasted into life with “The 400 Blows”, in which director Francois Truffaut introduced a new cinematic language that he subsequently developed, along with Jean-Luc Godard and other filmmakers, into a maze of mysterious roads, leading audiences

‘The Forest is Red’ – A Desaturated Look at Love and Social Awkwardness

‘The Forest Is Red’ is a micro-budget feature film shot in 22 days in New York City with a crew of seven talented people engaging in real, do-the-best-you-can-with-what-you’ve-got independent filmmaking.  Shot in black and white all over New York City, it is a story about how we’re all a little strange, a little different. Awkward,