60: Cube with the First Frames First Podcast
This week, we're joined by the one-two punch of the filmmakers and podcasters behind Fable Forest Films and the First Frames First Podcast, Jason Green and Adrian Konstant. For the final instalment of 2017's Shocktober we cover the 1997 sci-fi puzzle classic Cube. We talk creating the perfect ticking clock device for your film, working around budget limitations, and which of us would survive the Cube. We also discuss tips and tricks for avoiding dehydration and debate the ethics of autonomous cars - Jason and Adrian are so delightful and chatty we end up all over the place - but find we were where we needed t be all along! Start sucking your button listeners, and join us for this math-nerd horror classic. Cube is available on iTunes, or buy the Bluray or DVD.
End credit music for this episode is the Theme from Cube, composed by Mark Korven. If a recent movie has creeped or weirded you out - he probably composed the score.
On this week's show
Adrian L M Konstant, a camera assistant for major motion pictures, who made a life-changing decision to pour his heart and soul into writing; and Jason Green a people leader for 8+ years with an eye for detail, are the hilarious and fun-loving director/producer team from Fable Forest Films which brought the dark, Shakespearean holiday comedy 'Bickerman's Grove' and the dramatic tale of an immortal vagabond minstrel 'I Was A Greenhouse'.
You can catch these two talking indie film and documenting the journey weaving the way through the fable forest on the podcast "First Frames First"! Visit them on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube.
Shrimpton's Suggested Short
This week's Shrimpton Suggested Short is She Stoops to Conquer, by Zack Russell.