Behind the Blinds AKA Filmmaking 101

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Behind the Blinds Aka Filmmaking 101 is an upcoming American comedy web series on YouTube. It is written by Charles Ancelle and produced by Anna Skrypka. The 8-episode series premiered on February 2016. The main platform for the distribution is on the web via YouTube.[1]

History

The series was inspired and written by Charles Ancelle, a French-born producer, director, and writer. He found his passion for visual arts and Hollywood films at an early age. This early persistence gave him a particular sense of detail and dedication as well as a strong taste for American Cinema. His first project was created and published in 2009.[2],ref>"How the Producers of ‘Behind the Blinds’ Got a Cast and Crew Together to Shoot a Webseries in 6 Days", Daily Actor March 8, 2016</ref>

Plot

Behind The Blinds AKA Filmmaking 101 is an original comedy web-series that follows an independent film production led by two Eastern European mobsters. Having no experience with this business, the mobsters hire incompetent people and it slowly spins out of control as the director, cast members and crew members all pitch in conflicting creative ideas. In the middle of all that, the writer fights to maintain some sort of coherence in the film and to stay alive.

Cast

Season one
  • Igor Komar as Anton Black (8 episodes, 2016)
  • Oded Kassirer as Sergey Bogdanov (8 episodes, 2016)
  • Dylan Stretchbery as Ryan Cohen (8 episodes, 2016)
  • Tom Shane as Dick Rose (8 episodes, 2016)
  • Emily Killian as Lola (7 episodes, 2016)
  • Jackie Moore as Destiny Belle (7 episodes, 2016)
  • Les Brandt as Leonardo Giovane (6 episodes, 2016)
  • Brigitte Bertrand as Emilia Johnson (6 episodes, 2016)
  • Jonathan Rosenthal as John Michaels (4 episodes, 2016)
  • Michaela Myers as Audrey Collins (4 episodes, 2016)
  • Daniel Dasent as Julio (4 episodes, 2016)
  • Darren Passarello as Apollo (4 episodes, 2016)
  • Tony Knox as Dan Elliot (3 episodes, 2016)
  • Vince Donvito as Stu Laurens (3 episodes, 2016)
  • Carolina Correa as Gisele (2 episodes, 2016)
  • Kee Seymore as Officer James (1 episode, 2016)
  • Erik MacRay as Officer Jones (1 episode, 2016)
  • Victor Aminger as Auditioner (1 episode, 2016)

Reception

The series received "glowing reviews at its February 10th Hollywood premiere".[3] and received a 2016 Audience Choice Award nomination[4] at the Web Series Festival Global.[5] Template:Expand section

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