Archive for: Doc NYC

Ep 378: Michael Galinsky & Suki Hawley / Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum / Tomas Leach

Ep 378: Michael Galinsky & Suki Hawley / Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum / Tomas Leach

An episode dedicated to DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, currently taking place through Thursday, November 17th at the IFC Center, SVA Theater & Cinepolis in New York City.

Guests in the first segment include returning documentary filmmakers Michael Galinsky & Suki Hawley (Battle for Brooklyn) with their new film, All the Rage. The film, co-directed by the above two along with filmmaker David Beilinson, and which had a sold out show this past Saturday, follows Dr. Sarno whose radical approach to back pain has caused him to be essentially ostracized by the medical community. Then I’m joined by returning filmmakers Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum with their new documentary, Letters From Baghdad. The film restores Gertrude Bell, a true original and the most powerful woman in the British Empire in her day, in history. The film had a sold out screening this past Saturday. Last up, returning to the podcast is filmmaker Tomas Leach with his new work, The Lure. That film, about a real life treasure hunt which took place in the Rocky Mountains, is having a screening today, Tuesday, November 15 at 3:00PM at the IFC Center.

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Ep 321: Tom DiCillo / David Shapiro

Ep 321: Tom DiCillo / David Shapiro

Tom DiCillo (Living in Oblivion, Delirious) is back with a new film, a documentary, called Down in Shadowland which is having a few screenings around NYC; documentary filmmaker David Shapiro’s new documentary, Missing People, has two screenings at DOC NYC in the coming days.

Ep 320: Catherine Hardwicke / Michel Negroponte & Michelle Maren / Corin Hardy

Ep 320: Catherine Hardwicke / Michel Negroponte & Michelle Maren / Corin Hardy

Director Catherine Hardwick discusses her new film Miss You Already which opens Friday, November 6 as well as the subject of gender disparity; documentary filmmaker Michel Negroponte and the subject of his new project, An Autobiography of Michelle Maren; and director of the new horror film The Hallow, Corin Hardy which also opens on November 6th.

Ep 319: Jay Duplass, J. Davis & Linas Phillips / Justin Schein / Joshua Bishop & Tomi Fujiyama

Ep 319: Jay Duplass, J. Davis & Linas Phillips / Justin Schein / Joshua Bishop & Tomi Fujiyama

In the first segment, the team behind the new dark comedy, Manson Family Vacation including actors Jay Duplass & Linas Phillips with director J. Davis; filmmaker of the new documentary Left on Purpose which will be screening at DOC NYC next month, Justin Schein; and the filmmaker Joshua Bishop with the subject of his new feature doc, Made in Japan, Tomi Fujiyama.

Finding Vivian Maier Special Preview Screening!

Finding Vivian Maier Special Preview Screening!

See a sneak preview of this acclaimed doc before it hits theaters.

Ep 175: Kathleen Hanna / Basil Tsiokos / Laura Checkoway & Lucky Torres

Ep 175: Kathleen Hanna / Basil Tsiokos / Laura Checkoway & Lucky Torres

Guests on this special DOC NYC Edition of Filmwax Radio include musical artist Kathleen Hanna, doc programmer Basil Tsiokos & director Laura Checkoway with her film’s subject, Lucky Torres.

Ep 174: AJ Schnack / Davy Rothbart & Andrew Cohn / Jamila Wignot & Sierra Pettengill / Maxim Pozdorovkin

Ep 174: AJ Schnack / Davy Rothbart & Andrew Cohn / Jamila Wignot & Sierra Pettengill / Maxim Pozdorovkin

In this doc-centric episode of Filmwax Radio, guests include AJ Schnack, Maxim Pozdorovkin, Sierra Pettengill, Jamila Wignot, Davy Rothbart & Andrew Cohn.

Ep 170: Tim Blake Nelson / Thom Powers

Ep 170: Tim Blake Nelson / Thom Powers

Indie film actor Tim Blake Nelson & documentary programmer Thom Powers (DOC NYC) are the guests in this episode of Filmwax Radio.

Why You Too Will Like “UNDEFEATED”

Why You Too Will Like “UNDEFEATED”

Undefeated has the power to make a football fan out of you.

SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO NEXT WEEK

SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO NEXT WEEK

And no, it does not involve bar hopping in the Village in weird costumes (although it does involve superheroes!).

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