Guests on this episode include founder of UnionDocs, Christopher Allen; The Overnighters filmmaker Jesse Moss; and Seeds of Time filmmaker Sandy McLeod.
There’s a story you want to tell. There’s an image you need to record. You found a seed for a documentary. Ready to dive in? Apply for UnionDocs Summer Intensive program. Early-bird (no fee) deadline is March 2nd.
Legendary film director John Boorman is the guest. His latest feature film, Queen and Country —a sequel to 1987’s Hope & Glory— is currently entering its second week at Film Forum in NYC.
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.
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.
Guests include one of Kickstarter’s film leads George Schmalz; filmmaker Amanda Rose Wilder & subject Alex Khost; & filmmakers Brandon Colvin & Tony Oswald.
Andrew Berends, a dauntless storytelling-based director, spent 5 months in Sudan during war to be the voice for the voiceless. He tells the story of the refugees fighting to keep their culture and their people alive in “Medina’s Dream”. Pledge on Kickstarter and help him finish the story!
Guests on this Reel Works sponsored episode include filmmaker Sam Knowles, actor/playwright Charles Busch, and the team behind the new lo-budge indie film Red Right Return, director George Manatos & actors Alexandra Clayton and Cris Lankeneau.
Films to look out for when you head town to Austin!