After the intro (in which I talk about the new Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse NYC and Kenneth Lonergan’s new film Manchester By The Sea), at the 12 minute and 40 second mark, I am joined by filmmaker Teddy Collatos back for his 2nd visit on the podcast. Last time Teddy talked about his feature Dipso. This time he’s back with Carolina Monnerat, his wife and one of the lead actors in his new film Tormenting the Hen. The film is a drama about a couple who rent a place in the Berkshires so one (Dameka Hayes) can direct a local play. The other (Monnerat) with more time on her hands becomes caught up in a drama with the strange next door neighbor (Matthew Shaw). The film also stars Filmwax Radio friend Josephine Decker. The film was recently named IndieWire project of the week and is winding down on its Indiegogo campaign to raise money for post work. Please check out the campaign and consider contributing. This segment was recorded at the ShowBriz Studios where we were also joined by actress and film producer Fiona Graham for this segment. Here Fiona talks about re-locating from the UK to New York and about a short she recently produced and acted in, Muscle. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Audible.com. Get a free download and trial membership by going to www.audibletrial.com/filmwaxradio. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network and presented by Rooftop Films. Like us on Facebook.
Segments include [9 mins] a conversation with filmmaker Ti West (House of the Devil, The Inn Keepers) who discusses his new film, a western, called In A Valley of Violence. The film stars Ethan Hawke, John Travolta and Filmwax Radio friend James Ransom, and is distributed by Focus World. It premieres theatrically today. After that, [26 mins. 55 secs.] returning for his third appearance on the podcast, filmmaker Joel Potrykus (Ape, Buzzard) with his new film —currently in theaters and on demand— The Alchemist Cookbook. The film is being distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories. Lastly, [1 hr. 1 min.] recorded from the 2016 Hamptons International Film Festival, a conversation with the team behind a new documentary called Davi’s Way, which follows the character actor Robert Davi as he attempts to launch a tribute performance of Frank Sinatra’s famous 1974 concert, The Main Event, at Madison Square Garden. I’m joined by actor Robert Davi, documentary filmmaker Tom Donahue, plus two other subjects form the film, Stevie Guttman & Danny A. The film is still in the festival circuit and we’ll continue to keep audiences appraised of future ways to see it. This episode is sponsored in part by Warby Parker. Get a free 5-day home try-on by visiting www.warbyparkertrial.com/filmwaxradio. 5 days, 5 pairs, 100% free. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network and presented by Rooftop Films. Like us on Facebook. Subscribe on iTunes.
Character actor extraordinaire, Tom Noonan, returns for another episode. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Zipcar.com. Earn $25 of free driving credit at joinzipcar.com/filmwaxradio. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network and presented by Rooftop Films. Like us on Facebook.
In the first segment, documentary filmmaker Sharon Shattuck discusses her new film, From This Day Forward, which is about growing up with a father who self identifies as a woman. The film will have its broadcast premiere on POV on October 10th. In the second segment I am joined in the studio by the Leiser Brothers, Eric & Jeffrey; the two make films which include beautiful animation and are experimental in nature. We are also joined by Brooklyn native & film curator, Curtis John, who talks about his series at the Luminal Theater.This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Audible.com. Get a free download and trial membership by going to www.audibletrial.com/filmwaxradio. Also sponsoring this episode is the Vermont College of Fine Arts, MFA Film program. Visit vcfa.edu/film for more details.Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network and presented by Rooftop Films.