In this first webisode of [ critics ], co-hosts Steve Weiss and Philip Bloom critique an eclectic range of videos: From artistic shorts like "God of Small Things," by Chris Abbas & Sumit Seru, to "A Thousand Words" by Director Ted Chung. But when it comes to a video depicting a random act of violence: "Tarancino" by Mick Jones, well that's when things get really interesting.
About [ critics ] ~ Film/video veterans, Steve Weiss, Director of FilmFellas/Critics, and Philip Bloom, a London based Independent DP and Director (philipbloom.co.uk) come together as dueling co-hosts to candidly critique web based video content. For more information on this webisodic series, visit www.zacuto.com. [ critics ] offering an eclectic mix of personalities, perspectives and laughter. [ critics ] A Zacuto Films production.
About Zacuto Films
Wanting to come full circle and get back to their roots of creating original content, In December 2008, film/video veterans Steve Weiss and Jens Bogehegn created their first Webisodic Series: FilmFellas which offers viewers a behind the scenes peek into the minds of influential and emerging filmmakers…where talking film is the family business. In August 2009, Steve Weiss, Director of FilmFellas/critics, and Philip Bloom, a London based Cinematographer, come together as dueling co-hosts to candidly critique web based video content. For a complete schedule of Zacuto Films Programming, visit Zacuto.com.
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