NEWS & POSTS
“I Think I’m Dying” is a corona rom-com about two isolated, paranoid individuals reconnecting during quarantine. We spoke to Paavo Hanninen, NOLA filmmaker, about making this corona short.
We’re always thrilled to have our Louisiana fellow filmmakers featured on our blog, and this time we talked to Arvid Cristina about his new short horror film Hypnagogia, recently screened at Screamfest NOLA.
The Sale is a short horror movie by Max Cianci, a director and producer that we had the pleasure to chat with about this film.
In the new episode of Yeah, But Seriously podcast, Sam Claitor interviewed actress turned screenwriter and producer Austin Highsmith, best known for her role in Scream: The TV Series and Dolphin Tale.
We had the pleasure to talk to Shane McGoey, the director of the film People, and here’s what he said for our blog about making this film.
If you are a Producer, Director, or crew member looking for ways to adapt in a post-Covid-19 world, chances are you’ve encountered the term virtual production. It became a household term for most of us after seeing either the behind-the-scenes video from The Mandalorian or Matt Workman’s Unreal Engine promo from SIGGRAPH. But what is virtual production?
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!