On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, Greg Srisavasdi has praises the new feature Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom and the Adrien Brody movie Clean. Anderson Cowan gives his take on Oscar contender The Power of the Dog and he also breaks down his anticipation Asghar Farhadi’s new feature A Hero.
For this Flick City episode I interview Jacqi Vene, star of Fear Street Part Two: 1978, talks about her new movie The Surprise Visit. This is my first time chatting with Vene, so some background info is discussed as well. Find Your Film co-host Bruce Purkey recently filled in for me during the Belle virtual press day, and he asked director Mamoru Hosoda a question; I added that audio at the end of this episode.
The Surprise Visit hits theaters and On Demand January 14. Belle hits select theaters on January 14 as well.
Interview Timestamps: 0:00 – Intro and brief summary of The Surprise Visit and Belle 6:41 – Jacqi Vene on shooting The Surprise Visit during the pandemic 10:06 – Vene on growing up in Reno and not growing up a city slicker. 16:08 – On working with co-star Eric Roberts 18:00 – The feedback and momentum she has received since Fear Street: Part Two 19:18 – Vene on playing her character in Fear Street: Part Two 20:33 – On being persistent as an actress 22:00 – Vene on her passion for visual storytelling 23:31 – She directed the new short Glitter 25:40 – Vene breaks down why directing is a draw for her 26:55 – One of her favorite films is Interstellar. More recently she loved The Alpinist 29:14 – On the advantages of living outside of Los Angeles 31:28 – Bruce Purkey asks filmmaker Mamoru Hosodaabout the multi-layered facets of the real and virtual word of Belle.
On this CinemAddicts episode, we cover Find Your Film’sBruce Purkey and Eric Holmes review the Meander (one of Bruce’s favorites of 2021) and the upcoming animated feature Belle. Greg absolutely roasts The Tender Bar, which is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Plus Eric continues to talk up his love for Netflix’s Don’t Look Up.
Anderson is back the middle of the month to preview the rest of January!
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan and Greg Srisavasdi preview some of their anticipated movies of November. Anderson does a quick recap of his thoughts on the horror-drama Antlers and Greg also throws some love to Bergman Island.
Anderson is also not too excited to see Eternals or Belfast, but we are both looking forward to Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest feature Licorice Pizza. Greg checked out the new Scott Adkins feature One Shot and he loved it!!
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On the latest episode of CinemAddicts we preview the features that we are excited to check out for the month of October. I offer up my thoughts on the critically acclaimed thriller Titane, which although it’s one of my favorite films, is an acquired taste.Anderson Cowan chimes in on his thoughts regarding Wes Anderson’s upcoming movie The French Dispatch and Scott Cooper’s long awaited Antlers. Also covered in the episode is Anderson’s thoughts on Johnny Depp as an actor and . . . he also saves a bee on the show!
Filmmakers Desiree Connell and Scott B. Hansen talk about their indie horror feature Bad Candy. Movie is headlined by Zach Galligan (Gremlins) and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor. Interview starts at the 8:00 minute mark!
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Anderson Cowan and Greg Srisavasdi preview the movies they want to check out in September. Will Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings turn out to be an excellent Marvel Film. Is The Card Counter going to be a worthy follow-up to Paul Schrader’s acclaimed First Reformed. Anderson loves documentaries, so he closes out the program by talking about On These Grounds!
For our patreon Bonus episode, we will dive into the year 1976!!
BONUS #29: ‘The Children’s Hour’ and ‘The Mark’ (1961)
August 28 at 1:49 PM
#113 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: Types of Investors (Week 113 of 116)
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Movie Review – ‘CROSS CREEK’ (1983) – Amazon Prime Video
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#112 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: More Fixed Than I Knew (Week 112 of 116)
August 21 at 9:12 PM
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Hey guys! Had to reload this episode because this feed actually had an interview with another director instead of Summertime director Carlos Lopez Estrada and Raul Herrera. Anyways, if you already listened to it last week, apologies!
It was a pleasure to interview DirectorCarlos López Estradaand spoken word artist/educatorRaul Herrera forSummertime. The ambitious feature centers on the lives of 25 young Los Angeles inhabitants who have their own dreams and ambitions. A sweeping and at times evocative look at these diverse and inspiring lives, Summertime is one of my favorite films of 2021.
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