If this was 1994 and people were searching the shelves of Blockbuster for a movie to take home on a Friday night, then I think George’s film Counter Clockwise would have become an underground hit. Apparently I’m going to have to start renting it with friends one-by-one on Amazon.
Listen to the podcast to hear how George managed to make a great sci-fi feature film with a micro-budget and a skeleton crew.
George Moïse’s feature film Counter Clockwise was a crowd favorite at Film Invasion L.A. 2016. He sat down with festival programmer Jeff Howard to talk about the making and distribution of his independent sci-fi feature. Listen to George’s interview for some great insights.
This episode is really fun. George Moïse came in to talk about his feature film Counter Clockwise, a low-budget indie that you can catch on iTunes and Amazon. When you think about how frequently big budget Hollywood films drop the time travel, you realize just how much work George had to put into his feature. And when you hear him talk about the process, he put in more work than you can imagine.
Here’s the trailer for Counter Clockwise.
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You read that correctly. Lily had no school on a Thursday, and in addition to shooting a movie we recorded a podcast! Listen to Lily’s picks for favorite movie, underrated movie, overrated movie, and a lesser known movie people should seek out.
We also made a short movie that day. Yep. Lily wrote, directed, and acted in her own movie! Check out “The Secretary”