Whaddya Gonna Do About It? Productions has produced 2 feature films so far, and there are more features in development.  If you are interested in investing into our next feature film, please contact Jody Yvette Wirt.

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30.30 is a movie about the attempt to make 30 films in 30 days, by an outlaw cinema gang with no money. The short films cover 15 topics, each one from a negative and a positive perspective.  These topics weave together to form a story that examines the effects of the various primal forces in our world, including greed, love, religion, war, politics, education, death, family and the soul.  This shorts will be released separately, then the feature will be released including three realities: the story, the reality of the film crew shooting the story, and the dream world where the artist struggles with his purpose.

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Family Positive

#12 of 30.30

Idyllic family discusses their day over dinner.

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Love Negative

#18 of 30

A woman is loosing her partner and looks for love in all the wrong places.

Rabbits and Wolves from Jody Yvette on Vimeo.

Its 2004, another election year, the world war on terror is in full swing, and things are uncertain in the U.S.A. Marie Krolik (Jaqueline Sullivan) walks home after watching a movie with friends and witnesses a murder on a sidewalk in San Francisco. In a wild chase she gets away with her life, but for how long? What is she willing to do to protect herself? Rabbits and Wolves poses the question- are you predator or prey? The 1st feature film by Whaddya Gonna Do About It? Productions is dark, edgy, full of political intrigue. Written and Directed by John Madden, Produced by Jody Yvette, original score by Vincenzo Muro and Freak Tank. Also starring Christopher Gilmartin, Sid Breckinridge, Lee Kiszonas, Dot Adams and John Madden.


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