Deconstructing “No Way Jose” With Director, Co-Writer, Musician, Star Adam Goldberg.



Filmmaker Adam Goldberg‘s new comedy “No Way Jose” is available July 7th on DVD and Digital HD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Just pre-order now, darn it!

It’s a very funny “coming of middle-age” film starring Adam Goldberg, who is one of my favorite actors and filmmakers. Adam co-wrote, directed and stars in this wonderful picture. He also performs original songs and edited the movie. We chat about every facet of his process, from the co-writing mechanics with Sarah Kate Levy, to casting, his rehearsal process, the re-writing, shooting two cameras – you name it. Oh we do plenty of tech talk. You’ll feel like you’re making the film alongside him, through every phase of his creative journey.

Near the end, our talk takes a deep turn when Adam shares what he and his wife Roxanne Daner experienced surrounding this project. This episode is as personal as it gets. Thank you Adam.

Enjoy the trailer, then buy the film.

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Enjoy. I look forward to your feedback on iTunes, (which is where you are now). Or heck, just email me at RespectTheProcessPodcast today. And I’m still accepting candidates for my Commercial Directing Bootcamp. You owe it to yourself.

Thank you,


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  • Hersh July 27, 2015 at 5:52 pm

    What an interview. Truly covers so much, from the technical to the deeply personal, and all of it fascinating. Thanks Jordan, for your curiosity and ability to connect (and connect the dots), and Adam, for sharing your gifts and your humanity.

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