NEWS & POSTS
Sex, grief, farting in bed next to your partner. These are a few things our society may deem worthy of the title “intimate”. But childbirth? Imagine sharing the most vulnerable moments of that experience with the world.
This is the basis of Lorna Street Dopson’s fifteen-minute short film Untitled Post-Baby Project, which was created and directed by Lorna Street Dopson during the pandemic and won the prestigious 2020 Louisiana Film Prize.
College Athletes are Getting Paid for Their NIL, and the History of College Athlete Filmmakers Could be Written in Louisiana
We have entered the era of college athletes actually getting paid for their fame, and since 2019, individual states have been signing NIL (name, image, and likeness) legislation in a domino effect. The NCAA has removed restrictions on celebrity endorsements for college athletes, and no region is set up better to benefit from the opening of these flood gates than the Louisiana film community.
Movie Maestros of the South: Baton Rouge Visual Effects Duo Featured by We’ll Fix It In Post for ‘Home Team’ on Netflix
Last week Kolby Kember and Kyle Dutton of Crafty Apes visited with the Talk 107.3 Morning Show to talk shop with Brian Haldane, and then interviewed with We’ll Fix It In Post, a site that keeps their finger on the pulse of post-production and VFX news in the industry. Kolby and Kyle spoke at length about their technical process and their experience, including paying homage to the vibrant creative scene picking back up in Louisiana.
How can a film with a single character delivering just six minutes of conversation with the world have so much to unpack? That’s the compacted depth of Ms. Blue, the short film by Mary McDade Casteel starring Adella Gautier in one of her final film roles before her passing in August of 2021.
Samantha, a short horror film written and directed by Josh Carley premiered February 8th as a featured short on the ALTER Youtube channel.
‘Bakemono’ by Sumire Takamatsu and Jorge Lucas Reminds Us It’s Never a Good Idea to Feed the Evil Spirits
Sometimes when your child won’t eat, lightly terrorizing them with warnings of evil springtime bakemono spirits is the way to go. Unless your child sympathizes with the hungry bakemono and prays for a midnight visit. Then you just have to worry about how to get the demon out.
WHAT OTHERS SAID ABOUT US
Incredible group of people! I’ve worked alongside Fable House on multiple projects and have always been so happy with the work they do. It’s a blast to work with these folks, they are super talented and amazing. Awesome crew!
Amazingly talented cinematographers. They’ll blow you away!
The Fable House team is great. They’re the ones I contact first when trying to collaborate on a film project in Louisiana. A few of them were my guests on my first-ever live show at SXSW.
Any work or association I’ve had wth this company has been phenomenal. Very professional and motivated! Going to go so far with the years to come.
This has been one of my top three crews to work with, not to mention their work is incredible!
Talent in abundance. Great past work, looking forward to the future.
All the cool kids are doing it! Not to mention, These guys are what keeps film in Louisiana. Keep up the good work!