Archive for the ‘Filmwax Radio’ Category

by Adam Schartoff
August 1st, 2014

The prolific documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney continues his ascent with Finding Fela. Also on the podcast is The Kill Team filmmaker Dan Krauss. Both films are now in theaters in New York City and opening wider in the coming weeks.

by Adam Schartoff
July 28th, 2014

Guests include indieWire’s Eric Kohn, Fandor CEO Ted Hope, & the filmmakers behind the new documentary, A Will For The Woods, are the guests in this episode of the podcast.

by Adam Schartoff
July 25th, 2014

Filmmaker Joe Swanberg returns to the podcast for his third visit to discuss his latest film Happy Christmas and four of his earlier titles currently available on Fandor.

by Adam Schartoff
July 21st, 2014

Guests on this episode include the actress Jacki Weaver and documentary filmmakers Lisa Gossels and Adam Kahan.

by Adam Schartoff
July 11th, 2014

Actress Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent, Jack Goes Boating) and actor/filmmaker Jayce Bartok (A Song Still Inside), are the guests on this episode of the podcast. Jayce’s directorial debut feature film, Fall to Rise, the story of two women and an unlikely friendship. After  Lauren (Katherine Crockett), a principal dancer and new mother, is injured she is [...]

by Adam Schartoff
July 8th, 2014

Legendary film director Bernardo Bertolucci is the guest. His new film, Me and You, is currently in theaters.

by Adam Schartoff
July 3rd, 2014

The Chicago-based documentary filmmaker Steve James is the sole guest on this episode of the podcast. Steve has a new film coming out Friday, July 4th on the life and career of the late film critic Roger Ebert, called Life Itself.

by Adam Schartoff
June 30th, 2014

The Oscar winning screenwriter and film director Paul Haggis is on the show. Paul’s new film, Third Person, is currently in theaters. We also chat about a charity he founded called Artists for Peace and Justice.

by Adam Schartoff
June 24th, 2014

Two extraordinary documentary filmmakers appear on this episode of Filmwax Radio: Brian Knappenberger with his new film, The Internet’s Own Boy; and Doug Block with his long anticipated 112 Weddings.

by Adam Schartoff
June 19th, 2014

Returning to the podcast, Bryan Wizemann waxes on his career and his latest project, Each Coming Night.

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