Sunday, May 15, 2005, 9:30pm - 10:00pm, San Francisco Comcast Cable Channel 29
Sunday, August 20, 2006, 9:30pm - 10:00pm, San Francisco Cable Channel 29
All songs written by Judith and Holofernes (Copyright 2005)
Chris Da Rosa, 12-string guitarra, vocals
Mark Hobbs, bass
Mitch Hobbs, 6-string guitar
Tracy Hobbs, femme vocals on "It's Harder to Break a Habit Than a Promise"
Cameras: Mark Hunter, Steven Keller, Dia Reid
Floor Director: Steven Keller
Lighting Design: Bobby Watts
Technical Director: Rod Laughridge
Audio Engineer: Brandon Nash
Editing: Sarah Gordon
AccessSF Facilitators: Michael Faklis and Bobby Watts
Produced and Directed by: Cecilia Populus-Eudave and Sarah Gordon
My Vice For Yours (directed by Cecilia)
Ends Justify Means (directed by Sarah)
Days Fade Into Weeks (directed by Sarah)
A Rage So Great It Will Consume Us All (directed by Cecilia)
When The Body Stops Breathing (In The First Place) (directed by Cecilia)
It's Harder to Break a Habit Than a Promise (directed by Cecilia)
Hope And Hopelessness (directed by Sarah)
Draw The Line (directed by Cecilia)
http://www.fadocore.com/ (Band's website)
http://www.tipofmytongue.net/ (Cecilia's show's website)
Wow, my first studio shoot! What a luxury to be able to control the lighting and the audio mix, not to mention having three cameras to take shots from. A director's dream come true. I must acknowledge the fabulous Cecilia Populus-Eudave, who produces the music show On The Tip Of My Tongue. She invited me to co-produce and co-direct a show with her and did much of the organizational work to make it happen. She assembled a fantastic crew (and brought excellent snacks!) and made my first studio shoot super-easy and a ton of fun. Be sure to check out her wonderful music show On The Tip Of My Tongue when it airs. I also want to acknowledge and thank the great crew and faciliators who helped make this shoot a success. You guys are awesome! Here's a photo of the crew and the band.
And the band...well everyone knows that I love Judith and Holofernes. Their lyrics and music are so thoughtful and evocative. I truly am impressed by them every time I see them play. They were so great to work with on this shoot, too. They are some of the nicest folks on the music scene.
Footage was shot on three high class Sony cameras at the TV studio! The show was edited at the AccessSF edit suite.