The People's History of Film
About This Show
The People's History of Film is a weekly interview show hosted by Dalton Stuart fromGoodTrashMedia.com. Each week, Dalton sits down with different filmmakers, comedians, artists, and other interesting guests to discuss their personal history with film: what was the first movie they remember seeing; when did the movies change their life; if they could only save five movies, what would they pick. Each episode is interesting and a good time to be had by all.
Most Recent Episode
3 days ago
Hello new (and old) friends! Welcome toThe People's History of Film! Dalton sits down and talks with Oklahoma City-based comedian Anna Dore. In addition to being incredibly funny, Anna is currently organizing a series of comedy shows to increase domestic violence awareness. These shows will take place in October which is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. However, she does mention there may be some bleed over into November. Anna is the ideal guest for this show. She's emotionally open and honest, full of great stories, and ready to discuss her experiences as film-goer and as a human being in general. This episode covers everything—ratting on your siblings, emotional repression, a bad experience withSpring Breakersand the wonders ofRick & Morty. Strap in, this is Anna Dore's history of film.