Ep 385: Keith Miller & Chris Poindexter / Amos Poe

Ep 385: Keith Miller & Chris Poindexter / Amos Poe

The creative team behind the new comedy web series Brooklynification Chris Poindexter and Keith Miller joins us. Then veteran New York filmmaker Amos Poe stops by for an extended conversation about his career.

Ep 384: Lizzie Borden

Ep 384: Lizzie Borden

Filmmaker Lizzie Borden (Born in Flames, Working Girls) is the sole guest for an extended conversation.

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Ep 383: Charles Burnett / Clay Liford

Ep 383: Charles Burnett / Clay Liford

[23 mins. 109 secs.] The legendary filmmaker Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep, The Glass Shield) graces the podcast for a career spanning conversation. Burnett was in New York City this past September when the Film Society of Lincoln Center screened a restored version of To Sleep With Anger and made it something of a retrospective. This was recorded from his hotel room. But before that [10 mins.] we have a brief phone conversation with Filmwax Radio friend, the filmmaker Clay Liford about his new feature, Slash. The film which according to the New York Times is a “sweet coming-of-age film”, has a weeklong theatrical release at the IFP’s Made in NY Media Center as part of their Screen Forward series. Clay and friends will be at the first screening tonight, 7:00pm, at the theater which is located at 30 Jay Street in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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Ep 382: Sam Pollard / Bill Straus

Ep 382: Sam Pollard / Bill Straus

In the first segment [9 mins. 40 secs.] filmmaker Sam Pollard returns to the podcast. Sam has a new documentary called Two Trains Runnin’, narrated by Common, and featuring the music of Gary Clark Jr. The film pays tribute to a pioneering generation of musicians and cuts to the heart of our present moment, offering a crucial vantage from which to view the evolving dynamics of race in America. Two Trains Runnin’ is currently enjoying a theatrical engagement at the Metrograph Theater in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The conversation was recorded at the 2016 Woodstock Film Festival.

Then [41 kins. 30 secs.] sales agent & film producer Bill Straus visits the podcast to discuss about his approach to the business. If you are in need of a sales agent for your film, feel free to reach out to Bill at bill@bridgeindependent.com.

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