Reworking a few things before making the push, there’s always something that can be better, but somethings shouldn’t be overlooked. Found my “representation” and it’s been there all along. This and a bit about how I can’t fake it this week. Thanks for listening!
Here is my 1:1 interview with The Opening Act director Steve Byrne. I loved the movie, and you can purchase or rent the feature on iTunes. During the chat, Byrne discussed the lack of Asian American representation in Film & TV. He also talks about his love for the features Superman, True Romance, and The Nice Guys.
Come November, CinemAddicts will go back to one episode per month. Once we reach 100 Patreon members, we will bump it back up to 2 episodes per month. Thank you for your support!
Have had a couple meetings with industry people about repping up before making any pitches and it’s going ok. Got some unbaised coverage of the screenplay, all A’s and B’s which I like to see. Things are moving in the right direction. Finally released a new Atty & Andy video.
Charm City Kings director Angel Manuel Sototalks about being a cinephile and bringing a balance of neorealism/verite filmmaking with cinematic storytelling. I absolutely love this film and would love to hear your thoughts on Charm City Kings. It hits HBO MAX on October 8. My full Zoom video interview w/ Soto is up for our Patreon backers.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan really loved The Devil All The Time, a Netflix feature that he describes as a “sweeping epic.” Greg Srisavasdi’s big recommendation is writer-director Haroula Rose’s Once Upon A River, which marks Kenadi DeLaCerna’s acting debut. Films previewed on the episode include The Planters, The Projectionist and The Wolf Of Sleepy Hollow. Plus, Greg finally sees The Lighthouse and Anderson also recommends “Cuties.” Our bonus Patreon episode in October will have us review two films from 1973!