Ep 700: Bryan Wizemann, Morgan Saylor, Ben Rosenfield • Godlis

The team behind the new indie drama “You Mean Everything to Me” (now at NYC’s Cinema Village) and the photographer Godlis discusses his new photo essay book “Godlis Miami”.

The team behind the new indie drama “You Mean Everything to Me” (now at NYC’s Cinema Village) and the photographer Godlis discusses his new photo essay book “Godlis Miami”.

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Filmmaker Bryan Wizemann (“About Sunny”) returns to the podcast (Ep 141, 142 & 220) with his new dramatic feature “You Mean Everything to Me” starring Morgan Saylor & Ben Rosenfield. All three join me in this special 700th episode. Still reeling from getting kicked out of her sister’s apartment, Cassandra (Saylor) falls hard and fast for Nathan (Rosenfield), a local DJ. After a whirlwind romance, he convinces her to quit her job and enlists her to dance at his club. As his coercive control increases and his demands grow darker, Nathan soon isolates her from her friends and family. Confused and desperate, she must figure out how to save another from the same fate and decide what her own freedom is worth. The film is currently having a theatrical run at NYC’s Cinema Village.

The photographer Godlis returns with a new photo essay book called “Godlis Miami” (Reel Art Press, 2021) which is now available where books are sold.

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