In the first episode of our new 1-part series on Atlanta, host Nathan Honnold investigates several ATL neighborhoods in search of trap culture.
Produced by Reddinghill. Directed by Joshua Flail. Written by Travis Broyles, Joshua Flail, and Anthony Todaro. Filmed for Ladie’s Night at The Village Theatre, and winner of the coveted Ladie’s Night belt for April.
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Three friends play F*ck Marry Kill with some unexpected and totally realistic consequences.
Produced by Reddinghill. Directed by Joshua Flail. Written by Travis Broyles, Joshua Flail & Anthony Todaro. Starring Gavin Bernard, Travis Broyles & Anthony Todaro.
Thank You For Stopping By with Gavin Bernard is an informatively amazing web series featuring prominent people that know Gavin. Filmed on a set built in what was once Josh’s dining room, Gavin conducts 2-minute-or-less interviews of friends and acquaintances living in and around the Atlanta area.
So, Josh has a bunch of records and he hangs out with a lot of people who have even more (and arguably better) records. They get together at Octane in Atlanta once a month for something called Free Spin. “Free” as in there’s no charge to check it out. “Free” as in the DJs play for free. And “free” as in they’re free to play what they want, provided it’s on wax. You’ll hear a mix of funk, disco, soul and everything else in between from four cats with some seriously deep crates. Come to the next Free Spin and see Josh + friends dig deep in their record bins and pull out the best boogie sounds around.
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