Veteran director Atom Egoyan with his latest film screening at Vienna & Woodstock Film Festival; Documentary filmmaker Doug Tirola discusses his new National Lampoon doc, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead; and A.D. Calvo returns to update on his feature The Missing Girl.
The new feature film, Wildlike, is the focus of this episode. Guests include the director, Frank Hall Green, and actor Bruce Greenwood.
Meet Melisa, a filmmaker and film teacher from East Harlem, who shares her extra space on Airbnb so that she can pursue freelance filmmaking and inspiring side projects.
The Founder & Executive Director of the Woodstock Film Festival, Meira Blaustein, is the first guest. Then Toronto-based documentary filmmaker Alan Zweig, followed by British filmmaker Tomas Leach.
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The man who may have single handedly invented independent film, producer/director/actor Roger Corman on the podcast; also first time feature filmmaker Kent Moran with his new The Challenger; and author of the definitive biography of Lee Marvin, Dwayne Epstein.
Find out when to see films by the 19 Rooftop Alum at NYFF and TIFF this year
Guests on this episode include the co-directors of the new documentary Welcome to Leith; Stanley Nelson director of the new documentary The Blank Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution; and director Oren Moverman discusses his new film starring Richard Gere, Time Out of Mind.