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57 minutes | 4 days ago
Ep 644: Malachi Kirby • Stephen Dorff
[11 mins. 55 secs.] British actor Malachi Kirby makes his first appearance on the podcast. Kirby is in “Mangrove” the first of the 5 feature films that comprise Steve McQueen’s Small Axe film cycle. “Mangrove” centers on Frank Crichlow (Shaun Parkes), the owner of Notting Hill’s Caribbean restaurant, Mangrove, a lively community base for locals, intellectuals and activists. In a reign of racist terror, the local police raid Mangrove time after time, making Frank and the local community take to the streets in peaceful protest in 1970. When nine men and women, including Frank and leader of the British Black Panther Movement Altheia Jones-LeCointe (Letitia Wright), and activist Darcus Howe (Kirby), are wrongly arrested and charged with incitement to riot, a highly publicized trial ensues, leading to hard-fought win for those fighting against discrimination. The film premieres on Amazon Prime on Friday, November 20th. [34 mins. 55 secs.] Also, actor Stephen Dorff (“True Detective”, “Blade”) stops by to discuss his new film, “Embattled” where he he plays Cash, a man who was raised by an abusive father and channels his aggression to become a World Champion MMA fighter. Now accustomed to wealth, adulation and global popularity, he faces a new challenge when his second son is born with Williams Syndrome. But this time, rather than stand and fight, he runs. While Cash continues to make his fortune in the ring, his eldest son Jett (Darren Mann) becomes the caregiver to his younger brother Quinn (Colin McKenna). When Jett decides to follow his father’s fighting footsteps and take to the fight game, he faces his past head on, embarking on a course inevitably pitting father versus son in a battle which, no matter the outcome, neither can win. The film will be available on streaming platforms, courtesy of if IFC Films, as of Friday, November 20th. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
105 minutes | 10 days ago
Ep 643: Godlis • Manfred Kirchheimer
[5 mins. 50 secs.] Street photography is the theme of this episode. First up, photographer (David) Godlis makes his first appearance on the show to discuss his technique and career. He has a new photo essay book now available called “Godlis Streets” (Reel Art Press) now available for purchase from Rizzoli Bookstore. They are hosting a virtual event on Thursday, November 19th at 5:00PM Eastern Time. Register with this link. This segment is also available as a Zoom recorded video on Filmwax Radio’s YouTube channel. [1 hr. 5 mins. 30 secs.]Also, the street photographer filmmaker Manny Kirchheimer returns to the podcast (he was last on Episode 331 back in June of 2016. Manny has a new work of non-fiction currently screening on Film Forum’s virtual cinema called “Free Time”. Kirchheimer’s “Free Time” is a new film based on lustrous B&W footage he and Walter Hess shot throughout the city from 1958-1960. New York’s stately architectural beauty contrasts with rough and raw scenes of kids playing stickball, window washers balancing precariously, and stoop-sitters reading the paper or daydreaming. The ways in which life in Washington Heights differs from Hell’s Kitchen, the Upper West Side, or the Financial District are captured with a sensitive, loving eye and an ear for the musical rhythms of city life. This segment is also available as a Zoom recorded video on Filmwax Radio’s YouTube channel. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
64 minutes | 17 days ago
Ep 642: Michael Angelo Covino & Kyle Marvin • Greta Hagen-Richardson
[9 mins. 21 secs.] The filmmaker & actor Michael Angelo Covino & actor Kyle Marvin discuss their new film, the comedy “The Climb” which premiered at Cannes and which will be in select theaters beginning Friday, November 13th. Kyle and Mike are best friends who share a close bond — until Mike sleeps with Kyle’s fiancée. “The Climb” is about a tumultuous but enduring relationship between two men across many years of laughter, heartbreak and rage. It is also the story of real-life best friends who turn their profound connection into a rich, humane and frequently uproarious film about the boundaries (or lack thereof) in all close friendships. The film also stars Filmwax Radio friend Talia Balsam and George Wendt. [38 mins. 29 secs.] This segments celebrates the 31st New Orleans Film Festival which begins today and runs through November 25th. Joining me on this segment is the festival’s lead features programmer, Greta Hagen-Richardson. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
90 minutes | 24 days ago
Ep 641: Dan Brawley • Kaz Phillips & Greg Loman
[5 mins. 55 secs.] Cucalorus‘s Dan Brawley makes his first ever appearance on the podcast to discuss this year’s festival which runs November 11 — 25. Tickets for dire-in and virtual screenings are currently available. [54 mins. 15 secs.] The filmmaker Kaz Phillips and musician Greg Loman recently collaborated on an experimental acid western short called “The Halcyon” which was shot at Joshua Tree, California. The work is available through the genre streaming service Dust. This is their first appearance on the podcast. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
75 minutes | a month ago
Ep 640: Mark Webber & Nicole Elizabeth Berger • Wayne Wang
[9 mins. 20 secs.] Mark Webber (“Scott Pilgram vs. The Word”, “Green Room”) returns to the podcast to further discuss the latest film he wrote, directed and acts in, “The Place of No Words” along with his co-star Nicole Elizabeth Berger. In Mark’s tale of magical realism, a young boy (Bodhi Palmer, Mark’s 3-year old son) battles the complexities of a grown-up world with his father (Webber). The film also stars Mark’s wife Theresa Palmer among its cast. “The Place of No Words” premieres today, October 23rd, on streaming platforms. [45 mins. 51 secs.] Filmmaker Wayne Wang (“Chan is Missing”, “Joy Luck Club”) makes his first appearance on the podcast. Wang’s latest film is called “Coming Home Again”) and is the emotional, intimate family drama about a mother, a son, and the burden of family expectations, world premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and now begins its theatrical premiere Run October 23, from Outsider Pictures and Strand Releasing. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
84 minutes | a month ago
Ep 639: Tom Hall • John Scheinfeld
[8 mins. 9 secs.] The Executive Director of the Montclair Film Festival, Tom Hall, is the guest. This is Tom’s 3rd appearance on the podcast. He & his team decided to move the festival from its typical May schedule to October where it will likely remain going forward. As many other festivals have proceeded this year during the pandemic, The Montclair Film Festival —now in its 9th season— will be programming a combination of virtual and drive-in screenings. The festival will take place from October 16th through the 25th. Tickets & details can be found on their website. [46 mins. 21 secs.] Documentary filmmaker John Scheinfeld (“Who is Harry Nilsson & Why is Everybody Talkin’ About Him?”, “The U.S. vs. John Lennon”) makes his first appearance on the podcast. John’s latest documentary is “Herb Alpert Is…” about the eponymous musician, artist and philanthropist who has sold more than 72 million albums -29 of them gold or platinum- outsold The Beatles in 1966 and co-founded A&M Records, the most successful independent record company in history. “Herb Alpert Is…” looks at Herb’s extraordinary life with rare footage and interviews with colleagues like Sting and Questlove. It’s now available on streaming platforms. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
102 minutes | a month ago
Ep 638: Filip Jan Rymsza • Michael Taylor
[6 mins. 15 secs.] The producer Filip Jan Rymsza (“The Other Side of the Wind”) is on the podcast to discuss the upcoming documentary “Hopper/Welles”, a 1970 conversation between Dennis Hopper, recently off “Easy Rider” and preparing for “The Last Movie”, and Orson Welles who shot the film and was also preparing for “The Other Side of the Wind”. At this decisive moment, the pair of auteurs shared their candid thoughts and feelings about cinema, art, and life, and Welles captured this unscripted talk on two cameras, in lush black and white, lit only by a fireplace and hurricane lamps. This entertaining and revealing footage, never before seen in full, has been resurrected by producer Filip Jan Rymsza and editor Bob Murawski, who helped bring Welles’s unfinished “The Other Side of the Wind” to meticulously restored life two years ago. The film just had a drive-in screening at the New York Film Festival. [37 mins. 10 secs.] Filmwax Radio friend, the editor Michael Taylor, A.C.E. (“The Farewell”, “The Mountain”) makes his third appearance on the podcast. We discuss our experience of being New Yorkers during the time of this pandemic. And, of course, movie making. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 637: Joshua Leonard & Jess Weixler • Rick Rowley
[9 mins. 45 secs.] Joshua Leonard (“Hump Day”, “Unsane”) returns to the podcast for a third visit. He has a new film he has directed called “Fully Realized Humans” which is going to have a drive-in screening this evening, Friday, October 2, at the Woodstock Film Festival. We’re joined by his co-star, Jess Weixler (“Teeth”, “The Lie”). Josh’s new film is a laugh-out-loud raunchy comedy about what it means to become “fully realized humans.” A month before their baby is born, Elliot (Leonard) and Jackie (Weixler), in razor-sharp performances, attempt to rid themselves of the inherited dysfunction of their own upbringings. In their madcap journey to self-realization, they decide to check a few things off their bucket list in order to prepare for a life together with a new addition. From trying new sex positions, getting in a fist fight, and having a face-off with their own parents, the couple confront their past demons head on in the hopes of becoming the best parents for their own child. Documentary filmmaker Rick Rowley (“Dirty Wars”, “16 Shots”) returns to the podcast to discuss his latest documentary, “Kingdom of Silence” about the life & murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The film premieres this evening on Showtime, and is executive produced by Alex Gibney (“Taxi to the Dark Side”) and Lawrence Wright (“The Looming Tower”). You can also view this conversation on the Filmwax Radio YouTube channel. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
84 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 636: Meira Blaustein • Frank Mosley
[7 mins. 41 secs.] Executive Director of the Woodstock Film Festival, Meira Blaustein returns to the podcast to discuss the 2020 Hudson Valley institution (the 21st year!) which she describes as two festivals in one: there’s the virtual festival which you can watch from the comfort of home, and the drive-ins which will take place in both Greenville, NY as well as in Woodstock. The festival takes place from September 30th through October 4th. [41 mins. 10 secs.] Actor and filmmaker Frank Mosley (“Ain’t Them Body Saints)”, “The Ghost Who Walks”) returns to the podcast to discuss his latest film work. He’s acting in both “Freeland” as well as “Dear Mr. Brody) both of which are screening at the Woodstock Film Festival. We had on the co-directors of “Freeland” recently so we pick up the conversation about that film in this segment. Coming up from that same film we will be chatting with its star, Krisha Fairchild. We also hope to bring back the director of “Dear Mr. Brody”, Keith Maitland back to the snow. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
72 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 635: Ric Burns • Illeana Douglas, Alex Mankiewicz & Sydney Stern
[7 mins. 5 secs.] Ric Burns makes his first appearance on the podcast His new documentary, “Oliver Sachs: His Own Life” will enjoy an exclusive engagement at Film Forum’s virtual cinema as of Wednesday, September 23rd. Oliver Sacks (1933-2015), termed “the poet laureate of medicine” by The New York Times, was a man of infinite compassion, whose scientific and literary accomplishments made him the first public intellectual in the field of medicine and a revered figure. London-born, to an Orthodox Jewish family, and eccentric from his earliest days (his first friend was the periodic table!), Sacks was dogged by homophobia (his mother called him “an abomination”), self-destructiveness (including extensive drug use as a young man), obsessions with swimming, motorcycling, and body-building — and for many years the hostility of the medical establishment. Ironically, it was the Robin Williams/Robert De Niro Hollywood movie of his book, Awakenings, that led to his acceptance by the scientific community. [39 mins. 23 secs.] The 92Y (online) is hosting a “Master Class on the Brothers Mankiewicz” on Tuesday, September 22, 6PM Eastern. The panelists include moderator Illeana Douglas (returning to the podcast), Sydney Ladensohn Stern, author of the book “The Brothers Mankiewicz: Hope, Heartbreak and Hollywood Classics” (also returning), and daughter of Joe Mankiewicz, Alex Mankiewicz making her first appearance. In this segment —also available to view on Filmwax Radio’s YouTube channel— we discuss the upcoming event with great enthusiasm. Tickets for the event are on the 92Y’s website. And if you feel inclined, pick up a copy of Sydney’s book as well, available in hardbound, audio or eBook! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
88 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep 634: The Press Gang with Godfrey Cheshire, Matt Zoller Seitz & Armond White
[5 mins. 45 secs.] A dialogue about cinema’s legacy and its best directors from three of the best long-form film critics out there: Armond White, Godfrey Cheshire & Matt Zoller Seitz (the latter two returning to the podcast) are the guests. Seven Stories Press has released a compilation of criticism from their years at the iconic alternative newsweekly called “The Press Gang: Writings on Cinema from New York Press, 1991-2011“. Purchase the book here: https://amzn.to/2FeJUkW Godfrey Cheshire is a not infrequent guest on this podcast. A North Carolina native, I first met Godfrey back in 2012 when after seeing the documentary feature he directed, “Moving Midway”, I asked him to screen it with me for my film series in Brooklyn. Godfrey wrote for the New York Press from 1991-2000 but has contributed film criticism and editorial to the New York Times, The Village Voice, Interview, Film Comment and others. He was also a founder of the Rakeigh-based Spectator Magazine. He is currently a major contributor to RogerEbtert.com and lives in NYC. Detroit-native Armond White’s passion for writing journalism began in highschool. He holds an MFA in film from Columbia (did you stay in NYC since then?); he is a member of the National Society of Film Critics and New York Film Critics Online and has authored 4 books. He was working as the arts editor at the City Sun when in 1997 Godfrey recommended him to the New York press for film critic position where he remained and built a reputation as a leading film critic until the newsweekly shuttered in 2011; he then moved on to become the editor of City Arts Magazine. White is currently a popular culture contributor to both the National Review and Out. Matt Zoller Seitz makes his second appearance on the podcast He is currently a TV critic for New York Magazine & Vulture as well as editor at large at RogerEbert.com. A Dallas native, Seitz somehow also manages to publish on a regular basis including most notably books on Wes Anderson and Oliver Stone. In 2005, Seitz directed the film HOME. His tenure at the New York Press was from 1995-2006. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
70 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 633: Liz Garbus & Lisa Cortés • Tyler Measom
[5 mins. 53 secs.] The co-directors of an important new documentary called “All In: The Fight For Democracy”, Liz Garbus, returning, and Lisa Cortés are the guests in the first segment. In “All In” the history of voter suppression and the activists who fight for the rights of U.S. citizens. while using Stacey Abrams recent gubernatorial election as emblematic of the crisis. The film will be coming to theaters September 9th and be zvailable on Prime Video September 18th. For details on #ALLINFORVOTING, please visit allinforvoting.com. [32 mins. 23 sec.] Tyler Measom (“Sons of Perdition”, “An Honest Liar”) makes his first visit to the podcast with his latest documentary, “I Want My MTV”. The documentary charts the rise of a cultural phenomenon that came to define a generation: MTV. What started during the nascent days of cable television as a scrappy, playful music video lineup, rapidly evolved into a reflection of American youth culture. As MTV came of age, the network pushed the boundaries of art, sex, gender and race, while cementing its image to celebrity. And when the information revolution raged, MTV was at the forefront exploring new technologies. Interview subjects include Sting, Pat Benatar, Billy Idol, Annie Lennox, Nancy Wilson, Fab Five Freddy, Norman Lear, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, among many others. “I Want My MTV” premieres on the Biography channel on Tuesday, September 8th at 9PM. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
99 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 632: Jim Infantino (Returns)
[6 mins. 50 secs.]Musician, artist, author, friend… Jim Infantino makes his first appearance on the podcast. Jim recently wrote a science fiction novel called “The Wakeful Wanderer’s Guide to New New England & Beyond“. It’s an exceptional piece of writing for any fan of sci-fi. Purchase your copy here! Jim is also the founder of the band Jim’s Big Ego, albums available where music is sold, streamed or stolen. While in quarantine Jim and I spoke over Zoom, me from the Hudson Valley and Jim from Boston. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
57 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 631: Werner Herzog
[13 mins. 21 secs.] In his first appearance on the podcast, filmmaker Werner Herzog (“Fitzcaraldo”, “Grizzly Man”) discusses his latest documentary, “Nomad: In The Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin“. Described as ‘alarmingly handsome,’ Chatwin began work at Sotheby’s (he called it ‘smother boys’) dusting objects – and at age 26 became its youngest director. Then he quit – to study, travel, and write. His fictionalized biography of a 19th century Brazilian slave trader became the basis for Herzog’s “Cobra Verde”. With a writing style (The Songlines, In Patagonia, On the Black Hill) described by John Updike as ‘clipped, lapidary prose that compresses worlds into pages,’ Chatwin brought travel writing to imaginative new heights. And, like Herzog, he was known for embellishing facts to make them truer. “Nomad” is Herzog’s moving portrait of the man and the artist who didn’t tell ‘half-truths,’ but ‘truth and a half.’ Film Forum is pleased to present the exclusive NYC premiere this Wednesday, August 26th. Herzog says of Bruce Chatwin (1940-1989): ‘He was a writer like no other. We were kindred spirits.’ Two brilliant polymaths come together in Herzog’s fascinating appreciation of Chatwin, a man whose obsessions included walking, the ascetic lives of nomads (and its inverse: the OCD of collectors), pre-history, mythology, Aboriginal culture, art history, and archeology. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
80 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 630: Michael Almereyda Returns • Casimir Nozkowski
[6 mins. 8 secs.] Michael Almereyda (“Experimenter”, “Marjorie Prime”) returns to the podcast with his latest dramatic feature, “Tesla“. The film, an official selection at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, is about the brilliant, visionary Nikola Tesla (Ethan Hawke) who fights an uphill battle to bring his revolutionary electrical system to fruition, then faces thornier challenges with his new system for worldwide wireless energy. The film tracks Tesla’s uneasy interactions with his fellow inventor Thomas Edison (Kyle MacLachlan) and his patron George Westinghouse (Jim Gaffigan). “Tesla” is being released by IFC Films and is in theaters and on demand on as of today, Friday, August 21st. [44 mins.] Next up, in his first appearance on the podcast, the filmmaker Casimir Nozkowski who, after making myriad short films, debuts his first feature film, “The Outside Story“. After many acclaimed supporting roles, Brian Tyree Henry (“Atlanta”, “If Beale Street Could Talk”) takes on his first big screen lead character as Charles Young, an introverted video editor, trying to recover from a broken heart. Perceiving a betrayal of trust as a sign his girlfriend Isha (Sonequa Martin-Green, Star Trek: Discovery) is leaving him, Charles pre-emptively blows up his relationship and sequesters himself at home. The fates do not comply and Charles accidentally locks himself out of his apartment. NOTE: Correction from the show: “The Outside Story” will be screening tonight, Friday, August 21st, at the Florida Film Festival and then moves on to the the Method Fest Independent Film Festival after that. For details visit “The Outside Story” website. Producer Frank Hall Green zoom bombs our segment. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
70 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 629: Ramona Diaz • Mario Furloni & Kate McLean
[4 mins. 35 secs.] Documentary filmmaker Ramona S. Diaz (“Imelda”, “Motherland”) makes her third appearance on the podcast. This time we discuss her latest film, “A Thousand Cuts” which is currently available at virtual cinemas. Nowhere is the worldwide erosion of democracy, fueled by social media disinformation campaigns, more starkly evident than in the authoritarian regime of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Journalist Maria Ressa places the tools of the free press—and her freedom—on the line in defense of truth and democracy. Produced, written and directed by Ramona S. Diaz. [31 mins. 20 decs.] The first of a series of conversations on a new indie narrative feature called “Freeland”. First up are the co=directors Mario Furloni and Kate McLean. Devi (Krisha Fairchild) has been breeding legendary pot strains for decades on the remote homestead she built herself. But when cannabis is legalized, she suddenly finds herself fighting for her survival. The film, which premiered at SxSW is continuing its festival journey. We will be chatting with stars Krisha Fairchild and Frank Mosley —both returning to the podcast— in the coming weeks. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
41 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 628: Amy Seimetz, Kate Lyn Sheil & Jane Adams
[5 mins. 56 secs.] This episode celebrates the new indie film “She Dies Tomorrow” with filmmaker Amy Seimetz (“Sun Don’t Shine”, “The Girlfriend Experience”) returning to the podcast as well as actors from the film Kate Lyn Sheil and Jane Adams. After waking up convinced that she is going to die tomorrow, Amy’s carefully mended life begins to unravel. As her delusions of certain death become contagious to those around her, Amy and her friends’ lives spiral out of control in a tantalizing descent into madness. “She Dies Tomorrow” has been playing in drive-ins this past week and now is available for streaming on demand at Apple Movies, Amazon, Fandango Now & Google Play. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
97 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 627: Joshua Burge Returns
[4 mins. 57 secs.] The actor & Filmwax Radio friend Joshua Burge (“The Revenant”, “20th Century Women”) is back on the show to shoot the breeze during the early days of quarantining. Joshua last appeared on the podcast on Episode 543 with the team from “Relaxer”, one of several films he starred in directed by podcast regular Joel Potrykus. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
100 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 626: Illeana Douglas
[8 mins.] The actor, podcaster, author & film historian Illeana Douglas (“To Die For”, “Goodfellas”) makes her first appearance on the podcast. Illeana recently wrote a most readable best selling memoir called “I Blame Dennis Hopper” which I highly recommend. She is also the host of the video/audio podcast “The Film Scene with Illeana Douglas” which is part of the Popcorn Talk podcast network. And, oh yeah, she’s starred in countless movies and episodics over the course of her illustrious career. She has many many wonderful anecdotes and just brings an enthusiasm and spirit to the episode for which I am most grateful. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
116 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep 625: Celebrating Lynn Shelton with Ben Kasulke, Megan Griffiths & Joshua Leonard
[11 mins. 4 secs.] Friends of Lynn Shelton grace the podcast to share their memories and feelings about the filmmaker who died unexpectedly on May 16th of a blood disorder. Guests include the cinematographer & filmmaker Ben Kasulke, filmmaker Megan Griffiths, and actor & filmmaker Joshua Leonard. All share in long friendships with Lynn, a passion for storytelling, and past appearances on this podcast. To honor Lynn’s legacy, Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum, alongside Duplass Brothers Productions, are launching the Lynn Shelton “Of a Certain Age” Grant. The $25,000 unrestricted cash grant will be awarded each year to a US-based woman or non-binary filmmaker, age 39 or older, who has yet to direct a narrative feature. For those looking to give in her honor, donations to the Shelton/Seal Family Fund for the Northwest School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children, or Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum are encouraged. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.
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