While Waiting for Godot.
Directed by Rudi Azank
based on the french manuscript of 'Waiting for Godot' by Samuel Beckett
Winner of BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY, Rome Web Awards.
Winner of BEST INTERNET PROGRAMMING, Global Accolade Awards
"I enjoyed watching" - Ben Brantley, NYTimes
"Dostoevsky on laughing gas!" - Marakay Rogers, BroadwayWorld
Half vaudevillian comedy, half dramatic existential crisis. The first-ever film adaptation of Waiting for Godot. Our version sets Beckett's classic in New York City, becoming a story about 4 young New Yorkers - 2 poor brothers and 2 rich sisters, who one night cross paths on 4th Avenue. Made in the style of an Italian Neo-Realist film (using vintage lenses, filming in b&w, low-budget, some non-actors, and entirely post-production dialogue recording) and shot entirely after midnight on the streets of New York for an abandoned surreal atmosphere.