Just heard that an underground/experimental #film I made way back in 1987 in New York, ‘Chuck’ (16mm) has been featured in a UK architectural exhibit as one of two prompts for ‘ghost #architecture‘ in #NYC from the past… funny to see an old screenshot of me as a teenager when I was shooting/directing this #movie in the subways of New York Check out ‘Chuck’ here on Youtube
Quick note to announce that a photo I took a while back in Cambodia, while scouting locations for our movie project ‘Freedom Deal’, has been selected as a finalist in the CamConscious Green / Eco Travel Awards! The photo, featuring a water buffalo wrangler riding home on his buffaloes at the end of the day, is now in consideration for the top prize – kindly visit the voting page here and vote for your favorite photo to help determine the winner! All the Best, Jason Rosette hello [at] jasonrosette [dot] com +855 011 736 206
Taking a short break from video and motion media to tweak some tracks I recently produced at some sessions in Florida, USA. This particular track, “Black Bridge” will be part of the upcoming new EP by Singer-Songwriter & Recording artist Gone Marshall. Check out a behind the scenes view, below: ‘Black Bridge’ | Song from an upcoming record (EP) produced by Jason Rosette for artist Gone Marshall
When I founded #Cambodia‘s first international #film festival, CamboFest (www.cambofest.com) back in 2007/2550 while studying for my MA in Development Studies at Royal University of Phnom Penh, I had no idea we would be paving the way for so many new younger brother and sister fests in the region which would come along after us: the Luang Phrabang Film Festival, the Cambodia International Film Festival, the Chaktumak Short Film Festival, the Phnom Penh International film Festival, and several others. Thanks to all Cambodian colleagues who helped develop the cinema sector in Cambodia and the region – the King Father thanks you from high…
Now on the Steam platform: new 360 immersive VR documentary, ‘BrickWorks’ by producer-filmmaker Jason Rosette BrickWorks is a hypnotic and immersive 360 VR documentary video portrait of an ‘Old Skool’ brick factory in Cambodia, Southeast Asia. Directed by award winning filmmaker and 360 journalist Jason Rosette of Camerado Media, this is part one in an anticipated 4 part series of factories and brickworks in developing areas of the Asia-Pacific and ASEAN region of Asia. Rent or Buy BrickWorks on Steam at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/716830/BrickWorks_360/
Post production and editing of new #marketing and #branding #video by #digital producer-editor Jason Rosette: trailer for NEW First Person Shooter VR Game, title release on Steam 1/5/17. Jason Rosette is a digital and video producer with #instructional and #educator skills, producing marketing and web videos, instructional media, documentaries, and more :: SEE clips, reels and more at www.jasonrosette.com or www.camerado.com
Filmmaker and Writer-Director Jason Rosette has just wrapped a multi-day video shoot for Microsoft Philanthropy in the ASEAN-APAC region of Asia, featuring and promoting their software infrastructure support of the Child Protection Unit in Cambodia. The shoot, which covered locations in Phnom Penh and rural Kampong Cham, covered more than 8 interviews and associated B-Roll in 2 days, yielding robust and compelling content in service of Microsoft’s philanthropic mission. Contact Jason Rosette for ASEAN-APAC and USA based directing projects.
Writer-Director, filmmaker and educator Jason Rosette’s first feature movie, the New York film ‘BookWars‘, is now being distributed by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. As the movie continues to circulate after more than 15 years, occupying additional platforms including iTunes and Amazon Video, the edgy street-side #documentary portraying the lives of New York sidewalk booksellers in 1990’s New York is now considered an important indie New York classic. Read the illuminating story behind the making of ‘BookWars’ and other #films by Jason ‘Camerado’ Rosette in the filmmaking #ebook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey’…
Solid reviews continue to stack up for US-Asia based filmmaker & producer Jason Rosette’s movie and filmmaking eBook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey‘ – now released in a sparkling new ‘Indigo Blue Edition!’: ByAmazon Customeron March 26, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase “Any fan of the great documentary “Book Wars” by Jason Rosette or loves documentary film should read 10,000 miles to go. The author gives an insider view of independent film making in the days before Camera Phones and Laptop Editing. Jason explains the dedication and pitfalls of trying to produce a film on no budget…
(or visit direct link HERE -> http://ift.tt/1DLpGEV ) SYNOPSIS: May 4, 1970 – Cambodia. During the 1970 US-Vietnam conflict, a combined US & Army of South Vietnam military operation enters Cambodia to locate and destroy North Vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries. A Cambodian youth named Samnang (‘Lucky’) and an ornery but likable wedding musician make their way through the conflict – encountering landmines, surreal Cambodian ghosts known as ‘Arbs’, and marauding helicopters as they go.