Behind the Scenes MomCave “Breastfeeding Woes As Told By Men”

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Remember that time we made a hilarious video called Breastfeeding Woes as Told By Men?

The MomCave Mamas and our talented crew had a great time shooting that video and we’ve made a “Behind the Scenes” video (below)  to give you a sneak peek!

We shot in Washington Heights, NY. (That’s very northern Manhattan for all you non-NYers.) in one of the MomCaver’s empty apartments. With the help of a very small, but spirited crew, four amazing actors, and three babysitters, we got the entire thing “in the can” (that’s filmmaker talk for “finished”) in one afternoon.

Behind the Scenes MomCave “Breastfeeding Woes as Told By Men”


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See the original video here. And watch a live chat with the producers and breastfeeding dudes here.

Directed by Stephanie Faith Scott. Cinematography by Kahleem Poole-Tejada. Edited by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo. Art Direction Valisa Tate. Produced by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo and Stephanie Faith Scott.

“Breastfeeding Woes As Told By Men” is just one episode in our web series “Double Leche” about the awkward and funny moments in breastfeeding. Check out “Double Leche” here.

“Double Leche”  was an official selection of the Independent TV & Film Festival and First Glance Philadelphia.

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Jennifer Weedon Palazzo is the creator/writer/and producer of Mom Cave TV, an online network of comedy shows for moms including Slummy Mummy, Double Leche, Blabbermom, and MomCave LIVE. She's a working actress in NYC who has appeared in films, commercials, and some very off-off Broadway plays. When she’s not writing about the funny side of being a mom (for blogs like Scary Mommy and Mamalode) Jennifer can be found eating Reese’s Cups while furiously bidding on vintage clothing on eBay. She lives with her husband, Evan, bandleader of The Hot Sardines and two spirited children.


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