Tag: film

27
Nov

New film, ‘GI Says’, reveals a never-before seen story of underground GI press during the Vietnam War

Documentary gives an inside look into the most controversial and surprising underground GI press publication in history Camerado Media announces the premiere of ‘GI Says’, the story behind the most controversial and surprising underground/antiwar GI Press publication in history. Produced by filmmaker Jason Rosette (‘BookWars’, ‘Lost in New Mexico’, ‘Freedom Deal’), ‘GI Says’ enjoys its world premiere at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival in Tampa, FL, on December 4, 2021. Self-published by Army Specialist Kenneth Anderberg at Camp Evans, Vietnam in 1969, the eponymous ‘GI Says’ was the only underground/antiwar GI press publication ever to be produced in a conflict zone…

06
Apr

Movie made by Jason Rosette in New York City Participates in a Show in Edinburgh, UK

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

23
Apr

Jason Rosette’s first feature movie now distributed by the Museum of Modern Art, New York City

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’…

17
Apr

Great Reviews for Jason Rosette’s filmmaking eBook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go’

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…