Documentary filmmaker Manny Kirchheimer is on the show. In this episode Manny discusses his life as a filmmaker and a teacher. His seminal 1981 film Stations of the Elevated was recently restored & released by Oscilloscope Labs. This episode is sponsored by Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival. Music appears courtesy of Father John Misty and his recent album I Love You, Honeybear.
Guests include actress & subject of the documentary Actress, Brandy Burre; and the filmmaker Joel Potrykus whose latest film, Buzzard, has its theatrical in 18 cities starting Friday, March 6th.
Guests include Oscilloscope producer Debra McClutchy; documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry with his new film Point & Shoot; and the director of the new documentary, Do I Sound Gay?, David Thorpe.
Indie film actress Lili Taylor leads off this episode of Filmwax Radio. She’s followed by programmers Jytte Jensen of MoMA & Dennis Lim of the Film Society of Lincoln Center to discuss the new season of New Directors New Films. Lastly filmmakers Eliza Hittman and Matt Wolff discuss new films.
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Rooftop Films 2013 Summer Series presented by AT&T is excited to announce a special weekend of select films from the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival, making their New York premieres August 8-10 2013, as part of Rooftop Films 17th Annual Summer Series.
Filmmaker Hannah Fidell and actors Lindsay Burdge and Will Brittain discuss their new film, A Teacher, which is being distributed by Oscilloscope.
Bill Ross is the guest. Along with his brother Turner Ross, they have made the documentary Tchoupitoulas.
O-Scope gets the rights to Only The Young
“Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best” hits theaters this fall thanks to Rooftop Films, Northside Festival and Oscilloscope.
Rooftop Films, Northside Film Festival, and Oscilloscope screen Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best this June 2012.