Kent Jones, the director of a new documentary based on the best selling book Hitchcock by Truffaut: A Definitive Study of Alfred Hitchcock, is the first guest. Kent’s film which is being distributed by the Cohen Media Group, is opening at Film Forum and Lincoln Plaza Cinema in NYC on Wednesday, December 2nd. After that, director Charles Poekel who discusses his first feature called Christmas, Again. Poekel’s film is having its theatrical engagement at MoMA beginning Thursday, December 3rd then goes on digital platforms on Friday, December 4th.
Filmmaker Stephen Winter is the guest on this Fandor-sponsored episode of the podcast. Stephen’s new film Jason and Shirley just had its world premiere at BAMcinemaFest. The film is a fictional account of the day Shirley Clarke shot her seminal doc, Portrait of Jason. Catch Jason and Shirley at film festivals this summer and watch Portrait of Jason on Fandor starting June 19.
My guests on this Fandor-sponsored episode of the podcast are filmmaker Andrew Bujalski and actor Kevin Corrigan. Their new film, Results, opens in theaters & on VOD Friday, May 29th.
Adam Rifkin, director of Giuseppe Makes a Movie, is the guest in this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast. Giuseppe Makes a Movie is currently streaming on Fandor.
FIX Shorts Filmmakers Ben Russell, Maya Erdelyi, Monihan, David Schendel & Lori Felker discuss their new shorts which Fandor is underwriting. Each are also doing a Kickstarter campaign to raise a matching amount.
The director of the new film 52 Tuesdays, Sophie Hyde of Australia, is the guest on this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast. The film opens in select cities on Friday, March 27th and will also debut on Fandor.com.
Guests include the Zellner Brothers with their new Kumiko The Treasure Hunter; Nick Broomfield discusses his catalog on Fandor; and Eugène Green discusses his new film La Sapienza.
Guests include Bret Wood and DJ Spooky who discuss the new Kino Lorber box set Pioneers of African American Cinema; Sean Gullette on his new film Traitors; and Margaret Brown on her earlier documentary feature Be Here to Love Me, now available on Fandor.
Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi is the guest for a prolonged conversation on this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast.
The director of A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Ana Lily Amirpour & her lead actress, Sheila Wand in the first segment; actor Jason Ritter who is in a new film, Always Woodstock, is the second segment; animator Maya Erdelyi in the last segment.