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Zurich Film Festival Podcasts

Zurich Film Festival

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The Zurich Film Festival brings you an exclusive selection of recorded interviews, talks and Q&A’s that offer fascinating insights into the creative process of directors, screenwriters, producers and actors, with renowned personalities such as Hans Zimmer, Susanne Bier, Sylvester Stallone and many more.
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Hosts Adam Shartoff and Katy Mejia chat with WFF Alumni and friends of the festival about all things indie film! The WFF podcast is a platform for filmmakers to share their work and love of independent filmmaking. We also publish a select number of the best panels from the festival each year. Every year the podcast is livestreamed for three days from the filmmaker lounge during the festival and we also publish a select number of the best panels from the annual festival. The WFF supports emer ...
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Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

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Now in its 21st year, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is the premier venue for non-fiction film in the American West. Every year, the festival brings over a hundred beautifully-crafted, thought-provoking documentary films to Missoula, Montana. This podcast, a collaboration between the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival and the Missoula Broadcasting Company, gives you the chance to hear directly from filmmakers, gaining insight into what drew them to their subjects and the behind-the-sce ...
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Big Apple Film Festival

Big Apple Film Festival

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Big Apple Film Festival podcast is hosted by festival founder and director Jonathan Lipp. The primary purpose of the podcast is to communicate with filmmakers, producers, actors and screenwriters about upcoming and previous film festival events, as well as filmmaker and screenwriter interviews and profiles.
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iTunes travelled to the country town of Dungog to participate in this year’s festival recording two diverse discussions featuring high profile directors, actors, and writers who discussed their work and careers in the Australian film industry.
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The Apple Store celebrates the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival with an event series featuring the amazing talent behind many of the festival favorites. Subscribe to the podcast to hear behind-the-scenes stories and insights from these fantastic filmmakers and actors.
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The Apple Store celebrates the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival with an event series featuring the amazing talent behind many of the festival favorites. Subscribe to the podcast to hear behind-the-scenes stories and insights from these fantastic filmmakers and actors.
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Director Andrew Disney, writer Bradley Jackson, and actors Jake Lacy, Brian McElhaney, Nick Kocher, Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharaoh, Beck Bennett, and Nikki Reed discuss their film Intramural. The movie is a hilarious sendup of inspirational sports movies, focusing on a hapless intramural football team that reunites for one final showdown.
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Matula Film Festival - cinema e comida

Matula Film Festival

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Primeira edição do MATULA FILM FESTIVAL - Cinema e Comida, uma ação de exibição audiovisual, oficinas, palestras, debates temáticos de forma online e gratuita. Dentro do recorte curatorial de Gastronomia da origem: ingredientes e afetos no cinema, a seleção do MATULA FILM FESTIVAL buscou representar a biodiversidade brasileira e conversar com diferentes tradições gastronômicas internacionais.
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Filmmaker Lou Howe, producers Ben Howe and Luca Borghese, and actor Rory Culkin discuss their film Gabriel. First-time writer-director Lou Howe’s drama focuses on a vulnerable and confused young man who longs for stability and happiness.
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Director David Mackenzie and actor Jack O’Connell discuss their film Starred Up. This tense and unpredictable drama explores the life of a young offender so violent and volatile that he is “starred up” — prematurely moved to an adult prison.
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Catch the latest action from the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival starting on April 22. Get a peek behind the scenes from some of the film industry's leading actors, writers, and directors. Hear what they're up to and learn how they brought their stories to the big screen. Also enjoy talks from the 2007 and 2008 series, included here as well.
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Director Louie Psihoyos, producer Fisher Stevens, and subjects Travis Threlkel, Shawn Heinrichs, and Leilani Münter discuss their gripping environmental documentary 6. The film utilizes state-of-the-art equipment to show never-before-seen images that will change the way we understand the issues of endangered species and mass extinction.
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Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF)

Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival

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A series of podcasts and conversations with artists and filmmakers participating in Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival during 2020 and 2021. Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) is an organisation for new cinema and artists’ moving image based in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland on the borders of England and Scotland. The Festival leads through collaboration and research. With a resolute commitment to peer support, artistic production and community development, the Film Festival is ...
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First-time director Gia Coppola and actors Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff discuss their film Palo Alto. This vibrant and cinematic immersion in the high school experience follows overlapping stories of teens and the adults around them in the titular town.
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AIFF - Atlantic International Film Festival

Atlantic International Film Festival

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The 2023 Atlantic International Film Festival is just around the corner, and with it comes a new line-up of films across a fresh collection of streams. This podcast showcases the voices of filmmakers whose work will feature in the 2023 program, going deep behind the vision and motivation for each film. Find out More: https://atlanticfilmfestival.ca/ Produced by Podstarter https://www.podstarter.io/
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Filmmaker Ryan Piers Williams, actor-producer America Ferrera, actor Jon Paul Phillips, and Producer Kwesi Collisson discuss their film X/Y. The character-driven drama centers on the shifting sexual and romantic relationships among four restless New Yorkers searching for a sense of intimacy and self-identity.
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Sunscreen Film Festival Podcast (mp3)

Sunscreen Film Festival

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The official podcast of the Sunscreen Film Festival, featuring news from the film world, tips for indie filmmakers, interviews with film professionals, and much more. Email us at podcast(at)sunscreenfilmfestival(dot)com. This feed features an audio-only mp3 version of the feed. An enhanced version in AAC format featuring graphics and links is also available
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Filmmakers Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke discuss their riveting documentary Point and Shoot. The film follows the true story of a young man from Baltimore whose wanderlust leads him to Libya, where he joins the rebel army in its effort to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
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Get a glimpse of the work by some of this year's filmmakers, including the documentary films Ballet 422 (director Jody Lee Lipes) and An Honest Liar (director Justin Weinstein). Also showing in the Sneak Peek are the narrative features Below Dreams (writer/director Garrett Bradley), Summer of Blood (writer/director Onur Tukel), and Match (writer/director Stephen Belber).
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Tribeca Film Festival Live

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WNYC is partnering with the Tribeca Film Festival for the second year in a row to bring exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews straight to your podcast feed. Hear conversations about the festival’s selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such luminary voices as George Lucas, Courtney Love, and Christopher Nolan. Find the full selection of talks here, along with 2014’s panels, and subscribe to the podcast to hear them all.
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W&M Global Film Festival

W&M Global Film Festival

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The William & Mary Global Film Festival takes place annually in February at the Kimball Theatre and brings world cultures to Williamsburg through film. The festival is a four-day event organized around a broad annual theme and featuring screenings of international-, student-, and alumni-produced films, live performances, presentations, guest filmmakers, and receptions. Local audiences of students, faculty, and other community members also consider each year’s theme through pre-festival serie ...
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The Film Festival Doctor Podcast

The Film Festival Doctor

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Hi! I'm Rebekah Louisa Smith, The Film Festival Doctor and my podcast is designed to help you achieve film festival success and beyond. Not only to do we cover with our guests the key things to include in your festival strategy, including creating your goals, planning your budgets and which festivals to target, we also go beyond this and talk about the importance of attaching a sales agent to your film, theatrical distribution planning and the all-important personal and self-development skil ...
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Writer-director Angus MacLachlan and actors Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, and Audrey Scott discuss their film Goodbye To All That. The story follows a recently divorced man who is thrust into the uncharted territory of single fatherhood, and—even more frightening—getting back into the rather unpredictable dating pool.
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Shawn Murray International Film Festival

Shawn Murray/Baobab Tree Studios

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A movie-lover’s podcast that explores classics, new releases, under the radar gems, and personal gems. Each episode will be another “weekend” at the “festival”. Shawn and guests discuss, dissect, praise, and pan the movies (both popular and obscure) that live rent-free in their heads. Each episode is another weekend at the “festival”, that sometimes features episodes focused on, Adaptations, World Premieres (movies newly released to theaters), Double Features, Matinee Classics (solid movies ...
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Interrobang Film Festival Podcast

Interrobang Film Festival

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The official podcast for the Interrobang Film Festival which takes place during the Des Moines Arts Festival the last weekend in June downtown Des Moines, Iowa. The views and opinions expressed in the interviews heard on this podcast are not necessarily reflect the views of the Interrobang Film Festival or the Des Moines Arts Festival.
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Director John Butler and actors Hugh O’Conor and Peter McDonald discuss their slapstick comedy The Bachelor Weekend. In the film, a foppish groom-to-be on a bachelor camping weekend discovers that he and his genteel friends are no match for his future brother-in-law, an uncouth bully.
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Join the talented director as he discusses his film Flowers of Evil. Set in Paris, this experimental drama organically incorporates YouTube documentation of Iran’s 2009 post-election demonstrations and the government’s brutal reprisals into a tender love story between an Algerian-French hotel bellman and an Iranian student.
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Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
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Join filmmaker Gaukur Úlfarsson and Icelandic comedian Jon Gnarr as they discuss their documentary, “Gnarr”. Following his country’s economic meltdown, Gnarr formed a punk political party and ran for mayor of Reykjavik. When support for Gnarr’s mayoral bid snowballs, what began as a joke quickly captures the imagination of a nation desperate for a change.
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The new documentary film, “The House We Lived In” is currently in release. The film took 12 years to make and is a personal project for Pixela Films Co-Founder Tim O’Donnell, as its main subject is his dad. Initiated in the confines of an ICU with nothing but an iPhone, the documentary traces the journey of Tim’s father, Tod, from a life-threatenin…
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Show Notes: In this captivating episode of the Dunedin Film Festival Podcast, we sit down with Jesse Kove, an actor with a rich legacy in the film industry and a passion for storytelling that runs in the family. From his childhood experiences on movie sets in exotic locations like India to creating and acting in films alongside his father, Martin K…
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From the producers of Deadliest Catch, Discovery Channel introduces Mud Madness, a new series that follows the increasingly popular sport of Big Tire UTV Mud Racing and the passionate individuals that are behind it. Extreme mud racing is a dangerous, intense, action-filled motorsport that has become serious business. The mud racing circuit attracts…
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Unfortunately, we had some technical problems during the recording of this episode, but we don't want to withhold it from you: Ethan Hawke has achieved worldwide renown as an actor and shone with his performances across a wide variety of genres. He first attracted significant attention in Peter Weir's coming-of-age drama DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1989). …
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LET’S TALK FILM! Podcast Episode #21 In this episode, we chat with filmmaker and food advocate Oliver English about his recent film, FEEDING TOMORROW. Oliver talks about the impact of his solutions-oriented film, from regenerative farming, growing food on rooftops at Brooklyn Grange, the first farm built inside of a hospital that provides healthy f…
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GUESTS: Larry Laboe, executive director of the New Filmmakers L.A. festival (NFMLA.com); The Voice contestant Bryan Olesen (Team John Legend); and Chris Woolsey, Senior Director of Communications for Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, will chat about the latest movie titles at their latest channel PopcornFlix.…
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Show Notes: Join us on a captivating journey with the multifaceted Susan Gallagher, an actress and producer whose career spans from enchanting stage performances to memorable screen roles, including her remarkable portrayal of Homeless Lynn in 'Cobra Kai'. In this episode, Susan shares her inspiring transition from North Carolina to making waves in…
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In this electrifying episode of the Dunedin Film Festival Podcast, we sit down with Hollywood legend Marty Kove, known for his iconic role as John Kreese in "The Karate Kid" and "Cobra Kai." Marty takes us on a journey through his early days in Brooklyn, his passion for westerns, and the pivotal moments that shaped his career. Delve into Marty's in…
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Welcome to the Dunedin Film Festival Podcast, where we dive into the intricacies of filmmaking, the allure of Dunedin, FL, and the powerful role of the arts in community transformation. In this episode, we sit down with Gregory Brady, a Dunedin original, whose life's work has significantly shaped the local landscape, culture, and the arts scene. In…
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Guests--Las Vegas symphonic conductor Maestro Taras Krysa chats about his upcoming concert in the Ukraine with the Ukranian Symphony Orchestra; 2 time Emmy-nominated director/executive producer Dean Israelite chats about the new coming of age genre Paramount+ original film "Little Wing"; and the two stars of the film "Little Wing" BROOKLYNN PRINCE …
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Guests--Las Vegas symphonic conductor Maestro Taras Krysa chats about his upcoming concert in the Ukraine with the Ukranian Symphony Orchestra; 2 time Emmy-nominated director/executive producer Dean Israelite chats about the new coming of age genre Paramount+ original film "Little Wing"; and the two stars of the film "Little Wing" BROOKLYNN PRINCE …
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Claudia Jordan's been on the small screen for years, including “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” “The Celebrity Apprentice” "Deal or No Deal, and more. She even hosts her own talk show, “Tea-G-I-F.” and this summer look for her on the hit show COLLEGE HILL ON BET. Claudia was recently one of the contestants on NBC's new competition show 'Deal or No …
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Guests: TV personality Claudia Jordan; filmmakers Emma Schwartz and Mary Robertson of new docuseries 'Quiet on Set: Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV' Investigation Discovery (ID), which focuses on the empire built by one of Nickelodeon’s top showrunners, revealing allegations of abuse, sexism, racism and inappropriate dynamics with its undera…
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Investigation Discovery (ID) presents a new docuseries beginning March 17th (9 -11pm ET/PT) and March 18th. The series, Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, exposes the toxic and dangerous working environment behind some of the biggest kids shows of the 1990s and 2000s. The series specifically focuses on the empire built by Nickelodeon’s top sho…
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Guests: Lash Fary, founder of Distinctive Assets, the Los Angeles marketing firm that put the "bling" in A-list celebrity gift bags for top TV award shows. Lash chats about their annual "Everyone Wins," their annual celebrity gift n' glitz bags to the top Oscar nominees; and Chris Woolsey, Senior Director of Communications for Chicken Soup of the S…
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Guests are: Author/Sports TV personality Bonnie Jill Laflin chats about her new book --“IN A LEAGUE OF HER OWN: CELEBRATING FEMALE FIRSTS IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS”; Actress Elizabeth Tabish who stars as (Mary Magdalene) on the mega-hit historical drama tv seris THE CHOSEN; reality show contestant Kim Mattina is one of the competitors on the new NBC c…
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Guests are: Author/Sports TV personality Bonnie Jill Laflin chats about her new book --“IN A LEAGUE OF HER OWN: CELEBRATING FEMALE FIRSTS IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS”; Actress Elizabeth Tabish who stars as (Mary Magdalene) on the mega-hit historical drama tv seris THE CHOSEN; reality show contestant Kim Mattina is one of the competitors on the new NBC c…
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Shay Johnson from Love & Hip Hop Miami chats about the new Season 5; Chris Woolsey, Senior director of Communications for Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment chats about their brand new streaming channel men will love; filmmaker/author Courtney Daniels chats about her new book "Yes You Can - How to Make a Movie for Almost No Money."…
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Educating and empowering the next generation of documentary filmmakers, the BSDFF's youth fellowship gives students a crash course in documentary history and hands-on filmmaking. Two of the youth filmmakers visited the Trail studios to talk with Mike Smith about their experience. Amity Blue directed Flipping the Switch, about what happens when a ba…
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Bring Them Home is the story of a small group of Blackfoot people and their mission to establish the first wild buffalo herd on their ancestral territory since the species’ near-extinction a century ago. Filmmakers Ivy McDonald and Daniel Glick joined Colter Nuanez on 102.9 ESPN Missoula to talk about creating an emotional, important film about res…
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Welcome Space Brothers is a feature documentary about The Unarius Academy of Science, an extraterrestrial-channeling spiritual school and self-healing community established in the 1970s in El Cajon, California that became a wildly prolific filmmaking collective under the direction of outlandish spiritual leader and filmmaker Ruth E. Norman, AKA “Ar…
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The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival was the very first film festival to show Jeanie Finlay's work when Teenland premiered in Missoula in 2008. Fifteen years later, Finlay is an accomplished, decorated director with an eclectic filmography that runs from community theater to goths on a boat to a behind-the-scenes look at Game of Thrones. Jeanie Fi…
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Emmy Award-winning producer/director Courtland Bragg chats about the new podcast Through the Flames: Reggie's Church. This is a new podcast that takes a deep dive look into one of the tragic incidents into the life of the late NFL great Reggie White, often referred to as 'The Minister of Defense." In addition to being an outstanding football talent…
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In the 1970s, the Houston Herricanes were a part of the first women’s full tackle football league in the United States, starting a movement that's still in motion today. The Herricanes tells their unknown story of commitment, courage, strength and love for the game. Filmmaker Olivia Kuan joined Andrew Houghton of 102.9 ESPN Missoula to talk about h…
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The Wonder and the Worry follows the careers of former National Geographic Editor in Chief, Chris Johns, and his daughter Louise, a young freelance photographer, telling a story about family, photography and the power of visual storytelling to create change. Director David Baker and subject Chris Johns visited the Trail studios to chat with Mike Sm…
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On the Red Lake (Ojibwe) Reservation in Minnesota, the high school football team hasn't one a game in two decades. Through the Storm follows the efforts of a determined coach and group of young athletes, who fight to keep their football program alive. Filmmakers Charles Frank and Fritz Bitsoie joined Colter Nuanez for a look at their film before it…
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Every summer, working-class families enjoy waterfront living in a scrappy trailer park off the coast of Virginia. When the relentless march of capitalism threatens their shabby Shangri-La, the denizens of Inlet View face the inevitable, and reveal the secrets to a rich life. Amy Nicholson, the director of Happy Campers, visited the Trail studios to…
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Known only by her research number, Grizzly 399 has captivated photographers since 2007, becoming the most famous — and photographed — mother bear in the world. The Big Sky Doc Fest's opening night film follows 399 as she struggles to raise an unusually large litter in the face of human encroachment, a rapidly changing climate, and disputes over her…
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As buffalo return to the North American landscapes they once defined, the important ecological and cultural impacts of that restoration have begun to manifest. A Buffalo Story follows the work of Jason Baldes, the Tribal Buffalo Manager for buffalo restoration on the Wind River Reservation, whose efforts to help people believe in buffalo again requ…
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It's our Super Bowl Show! Etsy.com trend expert Dayna Isom Johnson: Tyler Fulghum ESPN sports betting expert from show ESPN BET LIVE; Spongebob Squarepants voice actress Carolyn Lawrence who does the voice of "Sandy Cheeks"; Scott Evans and Shamyra Howard hosts of new show Couple to Throuple hosts of new show Dayna Isom Johnson (trend expert); Tyle…
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If you’re feeling stressed about finding the perfect Valentine’s Day gift, you’re not alone. According to Etsy’s new gifting survey, two-thirds of surveyed Americans struggle to find the perfect gift and men even think finding the perfect gift is just as stressful as doing their taxes, and even more stressful than turning off their phone for the da…
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Guest: Filmmaker Michèle Stephenson ESPN Films Introduces the Acclaimed Film That Was Included on the Academy Award Shortlist for Best Short Documentary BLACK GIRLS PLAY, that's currently streaming on ESPN+ In ESPN’s critically acclaimed short film Black Girls Play (which won Best Short Doc at the Tribeca Festival), filmmakers Michèle Stephenson an…
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Guests: Joe Wein, director of "Adrift: 76 Days at Sea, the true story of a man lost at sea on the Atlantic Ocean for 76 days; Michele Stephenson, filmmaker "Black Girls Play" Film that Details the Origin and Impact of “Hand Games”, popular childhood kid games in the African American community. Film has was Included on the Academy Awards Shortlist f…
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Guests -- Author/writer/director Courtney Daniels chats about her brand new book "Yes You Can - How to Make a Movie for Almost No Money." Yes, it can be done! And our second guest is Chris Woolsey, Senior Director of Communications for Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, will share details about some of the cool movies on Crackle.com for Febru…
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Guests -- Author/writer/director Courtney Daniels chats about her brand new book "Yes You Can - How to Make a Movie for Almost No Money." Yes, it can be done! And our second guest is Chris Woolsey, Senior Director of Communications for Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, will share details about some of the cool movies on Crackle.com for Febru…
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LET’S TALK FILM! Podcast Episode #20 In this episode, we discuss with 2023 WFF filmmaker alumnus Set Hernandez and his close friend, Pedro, the subject of his most recent film, UNSEEN. Together they explore the creative approaches to documentary filmmaking that assist in representing Pedro’s intersectionality as a disabled, immigrant social worker.…
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BIG APPLE FILM FESTIVAL INDUSTRY NETWORKING AND MENTORSHIP Family and character driven films have long been a significant part of the movie industry in the United States and around the world. Creating these fun films for all age groups is a unique craft unto itself, and in many ways an industry of its own within the film and TV business.In the sess…
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Guests are--Tommy Miles host of OWN Network's hit show "Ready to Love"; filmmaker Zoe Eisenberg from the new indie film "Chaperone" screening at Slamdance 2024; Marianna Van Zeller Peabody Award winning journalist and host of National Geographic's hit show 'Trafficked"; Shanina Waseem from "Superhot: The Spicy World of Pepper People" on HULU.…
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After spending 25 years in Corporate America and quitting a nine-to-five job to pursue her life-long goal of being an actress, Cheryl Vienna is excited to announce her first film role in FREAKY TALES, written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (HALF NELSON and CAPTAIN MARVEL). The indie made its world premiere at the recent Sundance Film Fes…
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Margarethe von Trotta ist die Grande Dame des deutschen Kinos und schuf sich einen Namen als Regisseurin, Drehbuchautorin und Schauspielerin. Sie erlangte vor allem durch Rollen in Filmen von Rainer Werner Fassbinder oder Volker Schlöndorff Bekanntheit als Schauspielerin. Ab dem Ende der 1970er Jahre stand sie selbst hinter der Kamera und avanciert…
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GUEST: Cheryl Vienna After spending 25 years in Corporate America and quitting a nine-to-five job to pursue her life-long goal of being an actress, Cheryl Vienna is excited to announce her first film role in FREAKY TALES, written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (HALF NELSON and CAPTAIN MARVEL). The indie made its world premiere at the rec…
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DARUMA is one of the hottest indie films on the festival circuit. The award-winning movie is the first feature film to star two leads with disabilities in a storyline that's not about overcoming a disability. VARIETY, CNN, FORBES and so many more of the top media publications and broadcast outlets, who've covered the film. Daruma's also been praise…
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LET’S TALK FILM! Podcast Episode #19 In this episode, writer/director Chelsea Bo and actor Ava Acres talk about making the narrative film NO RIGHT WAY by improvising the script, which brings a totally fresh and new kind of realism to an indie film about single motherhood. Chelsea Bo is a writer/director with a theater and improv background. She gra…
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GUESTS: Skyh Alvester Black from "All The Queen's Men"; Chris Woolsey shares what's hot at Redbox for the January 24; Award-winning country music Hannah Ellis chats about her new album "That Girl." Actress/model Cheryl Vienna chats about her role in new film "Freaky Tales" that premiered at Sundance Film Fest, and shares her journey of leaving corp…
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Peabody and DuPont award-winning investigative journalist and correspondent Mariana van Zeller returns for a new season of her investigative Emmy-nominated docu-series TRAFFICKED WITH MARIANA VAN ZELLER. From the trade in body parts and hired assassins to sextortion and smuggling of people, tIn each episode of the new season, she investigates a dif…
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GUEST: TV and radio personality Tommy Miles The OWN Network's hit show Ready to Love is back for a new season to help people find long lasting love. Tommy Miles is the host, as Ready to Love explores the real-life dating interactions of sexy, successful Black men and women in their 30s and 40s who are looking for lasting love and an authentic relat…
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"Susan Feniger: Forked" is a verité documentary that chronicles the journey of award-winning celebrity chef Susan Feniger(Food Network/Master Chef) as she embarks on the venture of her first solo restaurant, STREET. The film captures her passionate struggle to bring global street food together under one roof in Los Angeles. Forked is headed to the …
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