Here is the first episode, and the following on 9 of the first and only season are all there as well.
I heard about this awesome series a while ago, it ran in the early 2000s on IFC when they were super indie and I was pleased to find out every episode of it's one and only season is now on YouTube for free. I watched the whole season in one day, it was so good! The series is a fascinating look at three graduate film students at NYU around 2003 all directing and working on their short films from beginning to end. The three directors that the series documents didn't do too much after they left film school (one of them actually never made another film again after the show, but if you watch the series you can see why making films just wasn't for him). Despite this, you might recognize a very familiar face in the series too; Cary Fukunaga, who is the now widely acclaimed director of True Detective, Beasts of No Nation, Maniac, and the new 007 film among others. He was a graduate film student at the time and he is the DP for one of the main subjects, Alrick Brown, and his short film "The Adventures of Super-" (I can't say the actual title for various reasons) but just watch and see. It is fascinating to see how Fukunaga operated as a young filmmaker and how he worked on set as a DP in his early days. The film is such an eye opening look at the filmmaking process and I'm sure many of us here can relate to the hectic nature of set life portrayed on screen. Also a great precursor for all of us going into a graduate film program, and ESPECIALLY those going to NYU's Kanbar Institute in the fall. Enjoy!! Watch then comment and discuss below, I'd love to hear what you guys think of the show!