Greenlit takes a deep dive into the wild world of how your favorite film and television projects came to be from idea, through development and production, and eventually reached your screen. Host Matthew Helderman (film producer, financier and media entrepreneur) brings a background of 300+ feature film and TV projects experience to chatting with the biggest names in front of and behind the camera from hits like The Office, Game of Thrones, The Hunger Games, The Royal Tenanbaums Grand Budapest Hotel, The Irishman, Hook, Ant-Man and many more.
Vince Jolivette is an Emmy Award-nominated producer and actor who has established a unique path for himself in Hollywood. As co-founder of Rabbit Bandini Productions alongside his business partner James Franco, Jolivette has produced critically-acclaimed films like The Disaster Artist, Spring Breakers and BondIt-financed King Cobra. After arriving in Hollywood during the 1990s renaissance of independent filmmaking, Jolivette met Franco at Playhouse West, where their friendship turned into a creative partnership. Since then, their focus on niche original content has earned them a distinct spotlight in the film industry, which they are continuing with upcoming films The Rental and Zola. In this episode, Jolivette breaks down the path to creating The Disaster Artist, the evolving cinematic landscape, test audiences and more!
Vince’s collaborations with BondIt include the BondIt financed and Executive Produced film King Cobra (2016).