KVibe Productions’ founder Khoa Le spoke with radio host Dave Issac along with radio personalities Joseph J. Airdo, Eric Reinert, and Tricia on the Breakthrough Entertainment show on Saturday about Walt Before Mickey, the first feature film directed by Le which is currently available for VOD on iTunes and DVD on Amazon.
If you saw haven’t seen it yet, Walt Before Mickey, KVibe’s feature film directed by founder Khoa Le, will be available on Amazon on December 8th, and if you have seen it, now you can be inspired all over again in the comfort of your own living room!
The film chronicles an earlier period in the legendary icon’s life, before all the movies, merchandise, and amusement parks, and believe it or not, all that almost never came to fruition.
With Walt Before Mickey, KVibe’s first full-length feature film directed by founder Khoa Le, still currently playing in theaters, we thought it’d be the perfect time to take a look at what inspired Disney.
He, himself, was known as a great motivator, and there are numerous stories about his ideas being first met with doubt before he was able to work his magic and get everyone on board.
But not many know what inspired the great inspirer. What lit the fire in him that made him so passionate and persuasive with his ideas? Let’s take a closer look…
With Walt Before Mickey, KVibe Productions’ first full-length feature film directed by founder Khoa Le, currently playing in theaters, we thought it’d be a good time to look back at another famous entertainment artist who refused to give up.
Martin Scorsese, much like Walt Disney, is known to most as an incredibly talented and popular artist who seems to have always been loved and admired. However, that wasn’t always the case and, like Disney, Scorsese faced his share of failures.
So, in the spirit of Walt Disney, let’s take a closer look at what made Scorsese push on when all seemed lost and ultimately become a filmmaking master.
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Khoa and Minow discussed Khoa’s personal journey to becoming the director of Walt Before Mickey and the challenges of working with a very limited budget and short schedule, shooting a period film in several different locations, and joining the ambitious project at the last minute.