Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi is the guest for a prolonged conversation on this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast.
Ep 269: Scott Rogowsky / Jhovanny Bisono, Dr. Keneca Boyce, KT Nelson & Squeaky Moore / Catherine Gund
Segment 1 is with comedian & the host of Running Late with Scott Rogowsky; Segment 2 focuses on depression amidst the African American community with Reel Works student Jhovanny Bisono, Dr. Keneca Boyce & filmmakers Squeaky Moore & KT Nelson; and Segment 3 is with filmmaker Catherine Gund.
Richard Kaplan, one of the producers of the seminal documentary, King: A Filmed Record…Montgomery to Memphis, is the guest on this special episode dedicated to the memory & legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The father of underground cinema in America, Robert Downey, Sr., is the guest on this special episode of the podcast.
Director Volker Schlöndorff discusses his new film, Diplomacy; filmmaker Zachary Wigon and actress Kate Lyn Shiel discuss their new film, The Heart Machine; and filmmaker Gregory Kohn.
Guests for this episode are director Matthew Bonifacio (Lbs.) & actress/producer Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio have collaborated on the new dramedy, The Quitter. Their film will have its theatrical premiere in NYC on Friday, September 12 at the Regal Cinemas E-Walk.
IFP’s Senior Director of Programming, Milton Tabbot, discusses Independent Film Week, which takes place 9/14-9/18 in NYC. Also, filmmaker Tim Sutton with his new film, Memphis, in theaters in NYC on 9/5 & in L.A. on 9/12.
Filmmaker Dan Schechter (Supporting Characters) returns to discuss his new movie, Life of Crime, an adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel and starring Jennifer Aniston, Isla Fischer & yassin bey (aka Mos Def).
Attention students! Ever wonder what it takes to run a film festival? Ever think to yourself “I wonder what does Rooftop do in the off season?” Ever wonder how we go from thousands of submissions to hundreds of amazing films to show on the roof each year? Intern with us this fall, and you’ll learn all that and more.
Guests include Brooklyn Heights Cinema owner Kenn Lowy; the co-directors of Winter in the Blood, brothers Alex & Andrew Smith; and Thomas Allen Harris, director of the new documentary Through a Lens Darkly.