Among the guests, all faculty members of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA in Film program, are department chair Laura Colella (Breakfast With Curtis), Jake Mahaffy (Free In Deed), and Malik Vitthal (Imperial Dreams).
In this second episode dedicated to the Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Edition, guests include Rob Meyer, the director of a new dramedy called Little Boxes which stars Melanie Lynskey; and the team behind a new documentary about the obituary department at the NY Times, director Vanessa Gould & producer Caitlin Mae Burke. Both films have one last screening tomorrow, Sunday, April 24th at the festival. All the music on this episode is by Prince, as the episode is also dedicated to this unforgettable artist.
In this Tribeca Film Festival edition of the podcast, guests include director Liza Johnson whose new comedy Elvis & Nixon opens Friday, April 22nd; the team behind a new British comedy called Adult Life Skills which had its world debut at the festival; and Nancy Buiski, the director of a new documentary called By Sidney Lumet which will be having a television broadcast as part of the American Masters series.
Comedian Scott Rogowsky returns to the podcast for another visit. The 9th season of his show, Running Late with Scott Rogowsky, premieres this evening, April 11th, 8pm, at Union Hall in Brooklyn.
The first guest is filmmaker Dennis Hauck whose first feature, Too Late, is currently in theaters and continuing to open around the country, in theaters where film is projected. Joachim Trier (Reprise, Oslo August 31st) is next; his new feature film, his first English language film is called Louder Than Bombs and opens in theaters today, April 8th. Gabriel Mascaro’s second feature, Neon Bull, opens at the Elinor Bunin Munro Film Center today as well.
Emmy award winning filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum has a new feature documentary about her relationship with her mom. It’s called Look at Us Now, Mother! The film is opening in NYC & LA this Friday. Here she appears in the first segment with her Mom calling in. In the second segment we talk to film critic Owen Gleiberman whose new book, Movie Freak: My Life Watching Movies, a personal memoir. Movie Freak is available where books are sold, published by Hachette Books.