On the latest Flick City I interview “Savage State” actress Kate Moran (she’s the feature’s antagonist). Moran talks about living and working in Paris and what she found interesting about Savage State. She also cites Robert Frank’s “Me And My Brother” as one of her favorite films.
I also review two features I thoroughly enjoyed: “Malcolm & Marie” (February 5th on Netflix) and “PG: Psycho Goreman” (Now out on Digital and On Demand).
Here’s my interview with Frank Stallone, the subject of the new documentary Stallone: Frank That Is (Amazon link supports our pod!). Plus I give a strong recommendation to The Dig, a Carey Mulligan/Ralph Fiennes drama that hits Netflix January 29, 2021.
Give a quick update as to the state of things in regards to the steps that continue to be put in place before aggressive motion before talking about 12 movie releases that will be coming our way within the next 6 weeks that all look to be 2020 Oscar darlings.
I think about this feed and all of you who listen more than any other thing I do. It’s not joyous thought, but it helps a lot right now. Got some new angles on how to go about funding and I know they’re necessary, but I’m feeling gross about it anyway.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts we preview the top films of January. Before we get to this month, Anderson Cowan has the highest praise for writer/director Alan Ball’s Uncle Frank (now streaming on Prime Video). January movies discussed include The Little Things, Palmer starring Justin Timberlake, Our Friend, and director John Lee Hancock’s The Little Things (which stars Denzel Washington and Rami Malek).
The documentary just got put on pause, but I’ve discovered a new spark and will be using time that I had found for the doc. on research at possible grant money for A Movie for Vengeance. It’s never easy, this much I can tell you.