• Ep 501: Bing Liu • THE ATOMIC CAFE’s Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty (August 12, 2018)
    Bing Liu, director of the extraordinary new documentary "Minding the Gap" is the first guest; the film will screen at the Metrograph beginning 8/27. Then we're joined by the team behind the seminal 1982 documentary "The Atomic Cafe": Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty. A new 4k restored digital print is screening at Film Forum.
  • Ep 500: Ramin Bahrani (August 9, 2018)
    On the 500th Episode of the podcast I welcome filmmaker Ramin Bahrani ("Goodbye Solo", "99 Homes") whose films have screened in countless world film festivals including Toronto, Berlin, Cannes, Viennale and Sundance. He currently teaches film at Columbia University and is at work adapting the novel "The White Tiger" into a new film.
  • Ep 499: Amy Jenkins • Joe Tropea & Robert A. Emmons (August 2, 2018)
    Visual artist Amy Jenkins with a highly personal non-fiction film, "Instructions On Parting" where she presents a portrait of the cyclical nature of life and death in her own family over the course of an all too short period of time; and filmmaker Joe Tropea & editor Robert Emmons with their documentary "Sickies Making Films" on the history of film censorship in Maryland.
  • Ep 498: Mike Maggiore • Dan Mirvish • Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui & Pamela Keogh (July 26, 2018)
    Film Forum programmer Mike Maggiore on the renovation of the esteemed arthouse theater which re-opens with a newly added screening room on 8/1; the team behind the new doc "McQueen". The film is currently in theaters & opening wide; Slamdance co-founder & filmmaker Dan Mirvish on his new comedy, "Bernard and Huey", with a script by Jules Feiffer.
  • Ep 497: Legendary Cinematographer Ed Lachman (July 19, 2018)
    The legendary cinematographer, Ed Lachman, is the sole guest on this episode. A few of the filmmakers Lachman has collaborated with include Werner Herzog, Ulrich Seidl, Robert Altman, Sofia Coppola, Todd Solondz and Todd Haynes.
  • Ep 496: Milford Graves & Jake Meginsky • Paul Rutan, Jr. (July 16, 2018)
    The subject of "Milford Graves Full Mantis", the avant-guard jazz drummer Milford Graves, with filmmaker Jake Meginsky, are in the first segment. The documentary opened at the Metrograph in NYC this past Friday. Then the man who has been responsible for restoring all The Beatles films, most recently the 4k restoration for the 50th anniversary release of "Yellow Submarine", currently in theaters.
  • Ep 495: Gus Van Sant • Bo Burnham & Josh Hamilton (July 11, 2018)
    Two Sundance 2018 films on this episode: Gus Van Sant making his first appearance on Filmwax with his latest, "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" adapted from a memoir by cartoonist John Callahan; and Bo Burnham with his directorial debut, "Eighth Grade". Bo's joined by his actors John Hamilton, Elsie Fisher & Emily Robinson. Both films open on Friday, July 13th.
  • Ep 494: Kimberly Reed • Iyabo Boyd (July 5, 2018)
    Documentary filmmaker Kimberly Reed ("Prodigal Sons") is in the first segment with her new film "Dark Money" about how sinister sources of money is negatively influencing elections; Iyabo Boyd is back on the show after a 6-year hiatus to discuss the Kickstarter campaign for a new short called "Me Time".
  • Ep 493: Andrew Fleming • Harris Doran, Auden Thornton & Catherine Curtin (June 27, 2018)
    Andrew Fleming ("Dick", "Hamlet 2") is back with a new feature comedy called "Ideal Home" and which stars Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan. The comedy opens Friday, June 29th in NYC; also the team behind a dramatic film called "Beauty Mark" which we caught up with at the Woodstock Film Festival including director Harris Doran & actors Auden Thornton & Catherine Curtin.
  • Ep 492: Debra Granik • Eugene Jarecki (June 25, 2018)
    Debra Granik (Winter's Bone) discusses her new feature film starring Ben Foster, "Leave No Trace" which opens Friday, June 29th; and the documentary filmmaker Eugene Jarecki ("Why We Fight", "The House I Live In") has a new documentary about Elvis but more so about America, called "The King". The film is already playing in NYC but opens in LA on June 29th.
  • Ep 491: The Return of the Zellner Brothers • Tara Culp (June 21, 2018)
    The Zellner Brothers return to the podcast to discuss their latest feature film, Damsel, which premiered at Sundance this year and opens theatrically Friday, June 22nd. The film stars Robert Pattinson & Mia Wasikowska, and is being distributed by Magnolia Pictures. Also producer/actor Tara Culp.
  • Ep 490: Father’s Day Special Edition — Bob Schartoff (June 18, 2018)
    In this Father’s Day special edition I interview my Dad, Bob Schartoff. Bob is 81 years old and currently resides in Queens, NY. He was greatly responsible, along with my mother, for introducing me to the arthouse film.
  • Ep 489: Wendell Pierce & Tim Rouhana • Arya Ghavamian (June 14, 2018)
    I'm joined by actor Wendell Pierce ("The Wire") & director Tim Rouhana regarding their new film, "One Last Thing", which opens nation-wide on June 20th; and also filmmaker Arya Ghavamian who currently has a Kickstarter campaign to raise awareness for a documentary project called "The Candy Store".
  • Ep 488: BK Film Festival’s Julie Bridgeham & Jason Stefaniak • Rumur Films’ Michael Galinsky & David Beilinson (June 7, 2018)
    This episode celebrates the 2018 Brooklyn Film Festival with programmers Julie Bridgeham & Jason Stefaniak; and Filmwax friends Michael Galinsky & David Beilinson ("Battle for Brooklyn") stop by to discuss their latest collaboration, "Working in Protest" which enjoyed 2 screenings at the Festival.
  • Ep 487: Hal Hartley (May 31, 2018)
    Hal Hartley is back again to discuss his current Kickstarter campaign to raise awareness and funds for a boxset of The Long Island Trilogy ("The Unbelievable Truth", "Trust", and "Simple Men"). The campaign ends on June 13th so check it out now and consider getting on board.
  • Ep 486: Silas Howard • Lorenzo Fiuzzi Returns (May 28, 2018)
    Filmmaker Silas Howard makes his first appearance on the podcast with his feature film "A Kid Like Jake" which premieres at the IFC Center on June 1st; Lorenzo Fiuzzi returns to update us on his streaming service, Filmatique, and the new film he produced called "Noble Earth" which premieres at the Seattle International Film Festival next week. Music on this episode by MIRS from their EP "Meat on Your Lovely Bonez".
  • Ep 485: Joe Swanberg • Skizz Cyzyk • Eugene Kotlyarenko (May 24, 2018)
    A second episode from the Maryland Film Festival 2018 with 3 friends returning to the podcast including Joe Swanberg ("Easy"), Skizz Cyzyk and Eugene Kotlyarenko ("Wobble Palace", "A Wonderful Cloud").
  • Ep 484: Jed Dietz • Nathan Silver Returns (May 21, 2018)
    Founding Director of the Maryland Film Festival and President of the Producer’s Club of Maryland, Jed Dietz is the first guest on this special edition of the podcast devoted to that festival. 2018 was the 20th season of the festival. Filmmaker Nathan Silver ("Thirst Street") returns to the podcast for his 4th visit.
  • Ep 483: Paul Schrader • Matt Porterfield (May 16, 2018)
    Paul Schrader finally waxes on the podcast, specifically about his new film which is called "First Reformed", stars Ethan Hawke, Amanda Seyfriend & Cedric Kyles. Then Baltimore native filmmaker Matt Porterfield on his new film —his 4th— called "Sollers Point". Both films are must viewing in theaters, where the theatricals premiere on Friday, May 18th.
  • Ep 482: Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck Return • Ben Niles (May 14, 2018)
    Filmwax Radio Montclair Film Festival 2018 Edition! Guests include returning co-directors Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck with their new film "When She Runs; and filmmaker Ben Niles for his first visit with his documentary "The 5 Browns: Digging Through the Darkness". Music by Brett Dennen from his recent EP "Let's".
  • Ep 481: John Carroll Lynch Returns • Daniel Kremer (May 10, 2018)
    Actor John Carroll Lynch returns (he was last on Ep 430) to the podcast with his latest film, "Anything". He's joined by his director Timothy McNeil. The film opens on Friday, May 11th at the AMC Empire in NYC & at the Laemmle Monica Center in LA. Then I'm joined by San Francisco based filmmaker and author Daniel Kremer.
  • Ep 480: SingularDTV’s Kim Jackson • Max Heller (May 3, 2018)
    President of Entertainment & Co-founder of the blockchain studio SingularDTV, Kim Jackson, is the guest in the first segment; then film editor & producer Max Heller ("Summer of Blood"), Max Heller, has directed his first feature, a romantic comedy called "Born Guilty" starring Rosanna Arquette, which opens nationally on Mother's Day Weekend, next Friday, May 11th.
  • Ep 479: Dawn Porter • John Maringouin & Molly Lynch (April 26, 2018)
    Tribeca Film Festival 2018 Edition: filmmaker Dawn Porter discusses "Bobby Kennedy for President", a Netflix documentary series, which premieres globally 4/27; and filmmakers John Maringouin & Molly Lynch discuss their new feature which premiered at the festival, Ghostbox Cowboy starring Filmwax friends David Zellner & Robert Longstreet.
  • EP 478: Vera Farmiga • Tommy Avallone • Amir Motlagh (April 19, 2018)
    Another Episode covering SxSW 2018 including the team from the dreamed "Boundaries" including actors Vera Farmiga & Lewis MacDougall, and director Shana Feste; the director & 2 producers from the doc "The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons from a Mythical Man"; and L.A. based experimental filmmaker Amir Motlagh.
  • Ep 477: Dick Cavett & Robert Bader • Jeremy Workman & Matt Green (April 16, 2018)
    From SxSW 2018: Two documentarians and their subjects. First up Dick Cavett returns with filmmaker Robert Bader with their film, "Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes"; then filmmaker Jeremy Workman returns for his 4th visit to discuss his latest, "The World Before Your Feet" with his subject Matt Green.
  • Ep 476: Chloé Zhao & Brady Jandreau • Trish Adlesic • John Hyams, Isiah Whitlock Jr. & Harris Yulin (April 12, 2018)
    Jam packed episode with the team behind "The Rider", director Chloé Zhao & actor Brady Jandreau, in theaters 4/13; filmmaker Trish Adlesic with the documentary "I Am Evidence" which premieres on HBO 4/16; and from SxSW, the team behind the film "All Square" including actors Harris Yulin & Isiah Whitlock, Jr.
  • Ep 475: Criterion Now’s Aaron West • Filmmaker Matt Ogens (April 9, 2018)
    Guests on. this episode include the host of the Criterion Now podcast, Aaron West; and filmmaker Matt Ogens ("Confessions of a Superhero") with a new documentary, "Home + Away" which will have its world premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday, April 21st, 1PM at the Cinepolis Theater in Chelsea, NYC.
  • Ep 474: Lynne Ramsay • Joe Berlinger Returns (April 5, 2018)
    Lynne Ramsay in the first segment discusses her 4th feature due out this Friday, 4/6, called "You Were Never Really Here", a thriller starring Joaquin Phoenix; and filmmaker Joe Berlinger stops by for his third appearance to chat about True Crime and his input at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (4/5—4/8).
  • Ep 473: Andrew Dosunmu Returns • Andrew Haigh & Charlie Plummer (April 1, 2018)
    Filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu ("Mother of George") returns to the podcast with his new film called "Where is Kyra?" which stars Michelle Pfeiffer & Kiefer Sutherland. Also, from SxSW, filmmaker Andrew Haigh & actor Charlie Plummer with their new film "Lean on Pete". Both films opens on Friday, April 6th.
  • Ep 472: Lynn Shelton Returns • Sam Pollard Returns (March 29, 2018)
    Returning to the podcast, Lynn Shelton whose new drama, "Outside" In starring Edie Falco & Jay Duplass, will have its theatrical beginning 3/30 in NYC & LA, then SVOD 4/3. Sam Pollard returns with a number of new projects inlacing "ACORN and the Firestorm", which will have a theatrical in NYC at the Metrograph beginning April 6th.
  • Ep 471: Annette Insdorf (March 26, 2018)
    Film scholar, author, professor & interviewer Annette Insdorf has a new book called "Cinematic Overtures: How to Read Opening Scenes" published by Columbia University Press. She will also be hosting the next installment of her interview series, Reel Pieces, at the 92nd Street Y, a conversation with actor Andie MacDowell on March 28th. Tickets are still available.
  • Ep 470: Joshua Leonard • Mike Ott (March 21, 2018)
    Actor & filmmaker Joshua Leonard is in the latest Steven Soderbergh film —a thriller shot on an iPhone— called "Unsane". The film, which is being distributed by Bleecker Street Media and Fingerprint Releasing, opens this Friday, March 23rd in NYC and LA. Then indie filmmaker Mike Ott calls in from Berlin to discuss his particular style of filmmaking, and his love of movies.
  • Ep 469: Lloyd Kaufman — The Return of the Toxic Disrupter (March 19, 2018)
    Lloyd Kaufman, co-founder of Troma Films, returns to the podcast after a 400 episode lapse of judgment. Lloyd and Troma continue, however, to disrupt the film & media industries. This episode was recorded at the offices of Troma Films in Queens, NY.
  • Ep 468: Programmer Grady Hendrix • Author Scott Eyman (March 15, 2018)
    Grady Henrix is the co-founder of the Subway Series and the New York Asian Film Festival; Scott Eyman is the author of a series of Hollywood biographies, the latest of which is "Hank and Jim: The Fifty-Year Friendship of Henry Fonda & James Stewart" (Simon & Schuster).
  • Ep 467: SCHRADERFEST with Chico Leo, James Hancock & Jeremy Workman (March 8, 2018)
    This is a roundtable discussion on the subject of filmmaker Paul Schrader. Among the four film nerds are yours truly, host Adam Schartoff, filmmaker Jeremy Workman, host of the popular podcast Wrong Reel, James Hancock, and podcast savant Chico Leo.
  • Ep 466: Author Ed Sikov • Filmmaker Joseph Lingad (March 5, 2018)
    The author Ed Sikov on the subject of Billy Wilder. His book, "On Sunset Boulevard: The Life and Times of Billy Wilder" (University of Mississippi Press) is still widely available after 20 years in print. Check out filmmaker Joseph Lingad's Kickstarter campaign for his project, "Don't Look Away: A Film About Adults with Facial Differences".
  • Special 2018 Oscar Edition (March 2, 2018)
    Filmwax Radio celebrates 5 films that have been nominated for an Oscar this year: Yance Ford with "Strong Island" & Steve James with "Abacus: Too Small to Jail" in the Best Documentary category; Tatiana Riegel has been nominated for Best Editor for her work on "I, Tonya"; Laura Checkoway and her film "Edith+Eddie" & Thomas Lennon with "Knife Skills" in the Best Short Documentary category.
  • Ep 465: Women Make Movies’ Debra Zimmerman • Composer Paul Brill (March 1, 2018)
    The Executive Director of Women Make Movies, Debra Zimmerman comes on for a long conversation about supporting females in the pursuit of making the documentary film; and documentary composer Paul Brill ("One October", "Gideon's Army"). Music on this episode by Paul Brill.
  • Ep 464: Kickstarter’s Liz Cook Mowe & Elise McCave • Oscar Nominated Filmmakers Thomas Lennon & Laura Checkoway (February 26, 2018)
    Indies Meet The Oscars on this episode with 2 nominated filmmakers, Laura Checkoway ("Edith+Eddie") & Thomas Lennon ("Knife Skills") in the Short Documentary category. Also, we talk to Kickstarter's Director of Documentary Film, Liz Cook Mowe and Director of Narrative Film, Elise McCave, abut films that had their own Oscar-related trajectories.
  • Ep 463: Hal Hartley Returns (February 22, 2018)
    Hal Hartley returns to the podcast to discuss the release of the Henry Fool Trilogy DVD box set which packages the 3 Grim Family tales ("Henry Fool", "Fay Grim", and "Ned Rifle") together for the first time. Also, a never before released conversation from 2014 with Hal Hartley and Ted Hope upon the release of Hal's film "My America". The music on this episode is from Hartley's instrumental album "After the Catastrophe" (2017).
  • Ep 462: Sally Potter • The ReelAbilities Film Festival’s Isaac Zablocki (February 19, 2018)
    The great filmmaker Sally Potter ("Orlando") has a new film currently in theaters called "The Party" starring an exceptional A-list ensemble; the Director of Film Programs at the JCC in Manhattan discusses the 10th Annual ReelAbilities Film Festival which runs March 8th through the 14th in NYC.
  • Ep 461: Remembering St. Clair Bourne with Carol Bash & Yoruba Richen • Sophie Brooks (February 15, 2018)
    Celebrating the legacy of documentary filmmaker St. Clair Bourne with filmmakers Yoruba Richen & Carol Bash. A retrospective of Bourne's work takes place this weekend at the Metrograph in NYC; first time filmmaker Sophie Brooks with her romantic comedy "The Boy Downstairs" which hits theaters on Friday, February 16th in NYC and on the 23rd in LA.
  • Ep 460: Actor Matthew Maher (February 8, 2018)
    A rather laid back conversation on the craft of acting & the challenges of creating a career as such. Matthew Maher is an Obie Award winning actor who has been working in theater, film ("Gone Baby Gone", "While We're Young") and television ("Mozart in the Jungle", "Nurse Jackie") for over 2 decades. But I know him from our idle days back in a Vermont summer camp. Matthew is currently a resident of Brooklyn.
  • Ep 459: Pawel Wieszczecinski • Matthew Lessner & David Henry Gerson (February 1, 2018)
    Filmwax Radio's Sundance correspondent Ronald Wohlman is back reporting on his experience in Park City; film programmer Pawel Wieszczecinski returns to the podcast to chat about his newly launched indie film streaming service, Kinoscope; and filmmaker Matthew Lessner & actor David Henry Lessner with "Automatic at Sea"
  • Ep 458: Henry Jaglom Returns (January 26, 2018)
    A special bonus edition of the podcast today. To celebrate Henry Jaglom's 80th birthday, here's an hour-long conversation with one of the true pioneers of independent film still pumping them out 4 decades later.
  • Ep 457: Mark Webber & Cheri Honkala • Amber Rubarth & Joe Purdy • Ronald Wohlman (January 24, 2018)
    Actor & filmmaker Mark Webber ("Green Room") with his latest directorial effort, "Flesh and Blood". Mark's joined by his mom, anti-poverty activist & 2012 Green Party VP candidate, Cheri Honkala. Also the 2 singer-songwriters who are the subject of the indie film "American Folk". And Sundance correspondent Ronald Wohlman.
  • Ep 456: Filmmaker Zefrey Throwell (January 18, 2018)
    Filmmaker Zefrey Throwell is the sole guest. Zefrey recently co-directed a hybrid doc called "Flames" which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2017. Throwell last appeared on Ep 406 along with his collaborator & Filmwax friend Josephine Decker. Here we discuss our mutual affection for films as well as for each other.
  • Ep 455: Ronald Wohlman • Sam Hoffman • Joel Fendelman (January 11, 2018)
    First, our Man in Park City, Ronald Wohlman discusses preparation for attending the upcoming festival; then filmmaker Sam Hoffman discusses his new comedy, Humor Me, which opens Friday, 1/12 in NYC & on 1/19 in LA; lastly filmmaker Joel Fendelman returns for his 3rd visit to discuss his new documentary, Man on Fire, & joined by producer Chase Sanchez.
  • Ep 454: Movie Poster Illustrator Tony Stella (January 4, 2018)
    Berlin-based poster artist & illustrator Tony Stella is the guest on the first episode of 2018. We discuss Tony's illustration work as well as taking a deep dive in the classic underground film Downtown 81 (1981) directed by Edo Bertoglio.
  • Ep 453: Abel Ferrara • Matthew Hamachek (December 28, 2017)
    The king of New York underground cinema, Abel Ferrara on the last episode of the year. We discuss his having transplanted to Rome and his enjoying a family life there & his latest project: a documentary, Piazza Vittorio, which recently premiered at the NY Film Festival. Then documentary editor Matthew Hamachek makes an appearance to discuss his latest project, City of Ghosts, which is on the Oscar documentary shortlist.
  • Ep 452: Jacob Kornbluth • Tatiana Riegel (December 21, 2017)
    Filmmaker Jacob Kornbluth is back with another documentary about the economy, the result of another collaboration with former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, called "Saving Capitalism". The film is a Netflix original documentary and is exclusively streaming on the site; then the editor of the hit dark comedy, "I, Tonya", Tatiana Riegel which is directed by Craig Gillespie, distributed by Neon, and currently in theaters.
  • Ep 451: Bill Pullman & Jared Moshé • THE FAMILY I HAD (December 18, 2017)
    First up, Carlye Rubin & Katie Green, co-directors of the new documentary "The Family I Had" which is to have its broadcast premiere on Investigation Discovery on Thursday, December 21, 9PM ET.  Then, filmmaker Jared Moshé & actor Bill Pullman for a conversation about their new film, a revenge western called "The Ballad of Lefty Brown".
  • Ep 450: Jason Cortlund & Julia Halperin • David Rosfeld (December 14, 2017)
    Jason Cortlund & Julia Halperin return to the podcast after a 400 episode hiatus. The Austin-based filmmaking couple are back with a new film called Barracuda which premiered earlier this year at South by Southwest.  Also, filmmaker David Rosfeld is finally on the podcast after recently launching a Kickstarter campaign for a short film, Bob & Dale.
  • Ep 449: Laura Terruso • Nancy Buirski Returns • QUEST Team (December 11, 2017)
    Filmmaker Laura Terruso directed her debut feature, a comedy called Fits and Starts, which is currently on iTunes, Amazon & on demand; filmmaker Nancy Buirski returns with a new documentary The Rape of Recy Taylor which at the IFC Center in NYC beginning this Friday, 12/15. Last up, a great new documentary which is currently screening at the Quad in NYC, Quest. I'm joined by the team.
  • Ep 448: Sam Levy (December 7, 2017)
    Cinematographer Sam Levy ("Lady Bird") is the sole guest. In addition to shooting for Greta Gerwig’s recent film, Sam has shot 3 films for Noah Baumbach including "Frances Ha", "Mistress America" & "While We’re Young". Sam and I chat about working for both these filmmakers in addition to his relationships with Rebecca Miller & Eric Rohmer.
  • Ep 447: Eric Schaeffer (December 1, 2017)
    Filmmaker Eric Schaeffer. Talking with Eric was a walk in the park... literally. We recorded this in the late Summer of 2017 in Riverside Park as we talked about everything under the sun including the earlier years when Eric sold "My Life's In Turnaround" which certainly did turn around his life around. Up through his TV and internet series'.
  • Ep 446: Sonja Sohn • Noël Wells • Josh Koury & Myles Kane (November 28, 2017)
    Filmmakers Josh Koury & Myles Kane their new documentary, "Voyeur", which premieres on Netflix this Friday, December 1st; actor & comedian Noël Wells makes her directorial debut with "Mr. Roosevelt", and actor turned filmmaker, Sonja Sohn ("The Wire"), who directed the documentary "Baltimore Rising" currently on HBO.
  • Ep 445: Ira Sachs Returns (November 24, 2017)
    Filmmaker Ira Sachs returns for his third visit to the podcast. Earlier appearances can be found on Ep 57 & Ep 234.  In this longer and more nuanced conversation we talk about what brought him to NYC some thirty years ago and how he continues to make the kind of films he's interested in making.
  • Ep 444: Ira Deutchman (November 21, 2017)
    Episode 444 includes an hour-long conversation with the indie film pioneer, Ira Deutchman. Deutchman has been making, marketing and distributing films since 1975, having worked on over 150 films including some of the most successful independent films of all time.
  • Ep 443: Sheila Nevins (November 17, 2017)
    The president of HBO Documentary Films, Sheila Nevins, is the sole guest on Episode 443 of the podcast. Sheila, who has been at the esteemed network for some 35 years, is now the author of a book called You Don't Look Your Age... and Other Fairy Tales (Flatiron Books, 2017).
  • Ep 442: Patrick Brice Returns • Sexual Harrassment • Bartoks (November 9, 2017)
    Returning to the podcast filmmaker Patrick Brice discusses Season 2 of the HBO series "Room 104" & his follow up to  "Creep", "Creep 2"; then I'm joined by filmmakers Leah Meyerhoff ("I Believe in Unicorns"), the founder of Film Fatales, plus Shruti Ganguly and Myna Joseph, for a thoughtful conversation on gender parity in the work place; plus Jayce & Tiffany Bartok.
  • Ep 441: Lois Vossen • Nick Ebeling & Satya de la Manitou (November 6, 2017)
    Lois Vossen, the Executive Producer of Independent Lens, is the first guest. A new season of the PBS documentary series begins tonight with a 10:00 ET . Then I'm joined by Satya de la Manitou who, along with his old friend & confidante, Dennis Hopper are the subjects of Nick Ebeling's new documentary "Along for the Ride". Director Nick Ebeling also joins us.
  • Ep 440: Gilbert Gottfried! • Jeff Deutchman (November 3, 2017)
    Finally... Gilbert Gottfried on the podcast! And why not? There's a new documentary about Gilbert called... "Gilbert", which premieres today, "11/3/2017" at the IFC Center in NYC. Also joining the comedian is his wife, Dara Gottfried as well as the director of the film, Neil Berkeley. Also, VP of Acquisitions at Neon, and the producer/curator of the new documentary 11/8/16, Jeff Deutchman.
  • Ep 439: TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE IV (Halloween Special) (October 30, 2017)
    Larry Fessenden returns to the podcast to celebrate Halloween, and more importantly, the release of the 4th season of his horror audio plays, "Tales From Beyond the Pale". Joining the Maestro are friends and collaborators, filmmaker & "Tales" co-creator Glenn McQuaid, actor Barbara Crampton, and 2 contributing writers, April Snellings and Clay McLeod Chapman.
  • Ep 438: Griffin Dunne • CHIEF ZABU’s Zack Norman & Neil Cohen (October 26, 2017)
    Up first we celebrate the lost artifact cum cult comedy "Chief Zabu" with its two co-directors, Neil Cohen and character actor Zack Norman. The 2 discuss the history of their comedy which was made 1986, shot but never completed until now. Then we welcome back actor & filmmaker Griffin Dunne ("After Hours", "I Love Dick") for a conversation about his new documentary film about his doc, "Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold".
  • Ep 437: Alex Smith Returns • Filmmaker Luke Korem & Magician Richard Turner (October 21, 2017)
    "Walking Out", do-directpr Alex Smith ("Winter in the Blood", "The Slaughter Rule") returns to the podcast; he last appeared with his filmmaking partner, twin brother, Andrew J. Smith on Episode 235. Then I'm joined by the director of the documentary "Dealt" and the film's subject, card mechanic (or close-up magician) Richard Turner.
  • Ep 436: Todd Haynes Returns • Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady (October 18, 2017)
    Award-winning filmmakers Rachel Grady & Heidi Ewing ("Jesus Camp", "Detropia") return to the podcast to discuss their latest film, "One of Us", a documentary about ex-Hasids, and which may be streamed on Netflix. Then the podcast is happy to welcome back one of its favorite filmmakers, Todd Haynes ("Poison", "Carol") with his new film, "Wonderstruck".
  • Ep 435: Monihan Returns (October 13, 2017)
    The guest on this episode is Monihan ("Le Voz de Los Silenciados"), who returns for his 2nd visit to the podcast. The last  time he was on, Episode 283, a segment on Fandor's FIX Shorts back in 2015. Monihan returns with his second feature film, "From Sea to Shining Sea", a comedy hybrid of a road movie.
  • Ep 434: Jeff Lipsky Returns • Alexandre Philippe on Psycho (October 10, 2017)

    First Alexandre O. Phillippe discusses his feature documentary "78/52" which is entirely devoted to the 3 minute Psycho’s shower scene. The film comes out theatrically on Friday the 13th. Then filmmaker and industry pioneer Jeff Lipsky is back for his 2nd visit to announce the launch of a new company, Glass Half Full Media, a distribution consulting firm.

  • Ep 433: Agnès Varda & JR • Susan Lacy’s SPIELBERG (October 7, 2017)
    First up, a conversation with the found of the PBS series, American Masters, Susan Lacy. Lacy has since gone off on her own to direct and produce independent documentaries. Her latest, "Spielberg", is an intimate portrait of the filmmaker Steven Spielberg. Nouvelle Vogue icon Agnès Varda has a conversation with her latest filmmaking collaborator, photographer/muralist JR, about their work "Face Places".
  • Ep 432: David Nugent Returns • Mike Day • Peter Vack (October 4, 2017)
    Artistic Director of the Hamptons International Film Festival, David Nugent returns.  The festival going into its 25th year will run from October 5th — 9th. Mike Day with his doc The Islands & the Whales which opens 10/6; as well actor turned filmmaker Peter Vack with his first feature Assholes. The SxSW hit comedy opens theatrically 10/6 at Cinema Village in NYC.
  • Ep 431: NYFF55 Edition with Fest Director Kent Jones (September 30, 2017)
    Filmwax Radio NYFF55 Edition! Director of the New York Film Festival, Kent Jones, is back on the podcast for his 3rd visit (for more Kent Jones wax see Episodes 240 & 324). Kent talks about this year's festival but also about his work as a filmmaker and so much more. Visit fillinc.org/nyff for tickets and further details.
  • Ep 430: Charles Cohen • Lana Wilson • John Carroll Lynch (September 28, 2017)
    Real estate developer turned film distributor & exhibitor, Charles Cohen discusses his career; filmmaker Lana Wilson (After Tiller) returns for her 3rd visit to the podcast with a new documentary, The Departure which opens 10/13; and lastly, actor turned filmmaker John Carroll Lynch discusses his directorial debut Lucky which starts the late Harry Dean Stanton & which opens 9/29.
  • Ep 429: Pete Nicks Uses The Force • Doug Block & Michael Rossato-Bennett Schmooze (September 21, 2017)
    Filmmaker Pete Nicks ("The Waiting Room") finally appears on the podcast! Pete discusses his new documentary, "The Force", which opens in theaters on Friday, September 22nd. Then a roundtable conversation with 2 of my favorite documentary filmmakers returning to the show, Doug Block ("51 Birch Street") & Michael Rossato-Bennett ("Alive Inside").
  • Ep 428: Yance Ford • Marina Willer (September 15, 2017)
    Filmmaker Marina Willer discusses her first documentary feature, Red Trees, where she traces the journey of her father's family, survivors of the Nazi occupation of Prague during World War II. Then filmmaker Yance Ford with her devastating personal documentary, Strong Island.
  • Ep 427: Frederick Wiseman Returns • Ramona Diaz Returns (September 12, 2017)
    Episode 427 brings back two friends to the podcast: Ramona Diaz is back with a new documentary about the world's busiest maternity ward called "Motherland". The film also takes us into one of the world’s poorest and most populous countries: the Philippines; the other is Frederick Wiseman who returns to discuss his latest documentary "Ex Libris: The New York Public Library" which is at Film Forum for a 2-week run.
  • Ep 426: Crispin Glover (September 10, 2017)
    Bonus Episode with the one & only Crispin Hellion Glover! He's in town later this month and making appearances at the Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn on September 19th & September 20th; then at the NJ Horror Convention & Film Festival on September 23rd & 24th with his traveling presentation.
  • Ep 425: TROPHY • SCHOOL LIFE (September 7, 2017)
    Episode 425 celebrates two new documentaries hitting theaters in New York City on Friday, September 8th. First up, the filmmaking couple Shaul Schwarz & Christina Clusiau discuss their film Trophy; and a gorgeous film out of Ireland called "School Life" with filmmaking couple Neasa Ní Chianáin & David Rane. Sponsored by the Vermont College of Fine Arts film program. Visit vcfa.edu/film for further details.
  • Ep 424: Bette Gordon (September 2, 2017)
    The filmmaker Bette Gordon is the sole guest on this episode. Bette’s latest film, "The Drowning", is currently streaming on Netflix  During my conversation with Gordon, we discuss her long career starting during the No Wave vanguard of the East Village 80’s right up to present time, as a filmmaker & Mom living in a lovely Tribeca loft. Sponsored by the Vermont College of Fine Arts film program.
  • Ep 423: Jeffrey Gurian Remembers Jerry Lewis • Matt Ruskin (August 24, 2017)
    Comedy guru Jeffrey Gurian remembers Jerry Lewis; filmmaker Matt Ruskin discusses his new feature film Crown Heights which is screening in NYC & opens in LA 8/25; and filmmaker Sujewa Ekanayake discusses recent projects as well as his sideline consulting with crowdsourced fundraisers. This episode is sponsored by the Vermont College of Fine Arts Film Program. Visit vcfa.edu/film for further details.
  • Ep 422: Michael Almereyda & Lois Smith • Kickstarter Comedy Lead Taylor Moore (August 21, 2017)
    On this episode, first up is the comedy lead at Kickstarter, Taylor Moore, who discusses the Brooklyn Comedy Film Festival which runs from this evening, Monday, August 21st through next weekend at the Nitehawk Cinema. Then filmmaker Michael Almereyda & actor Lois Smith whose new film Marjorie Prime is currently screening at the Quad Cinema in NYC.
  • Ep 421: Cathy Moriarty, Danielle McDonald, Geremy Jasper, Brett Gelman, Janicza Bravo & Adam Reid (August 17, 2017)
    Ep 421 includes the return of Adam Reid discussing his new Kickstarter for his new animated series; the team behind the Sundance hit "Lemon" (director Janicza Bravo & actor Brett Gelman); and another Sundance hit "Patti Cakes$" (actresses Danielle McDonald & Cathy Moriarty with director Geremy Jasper.
  • Ep 420: Whitney Dow (August 11, 2017)
    Documentary filmmaker Whitney Dow is the sole guest. Whitney co-directed the seminal film The Two Towns of Jasper which is going to have an encore broadcast on POV on 8/14. Whitney is also spearheading The Whiteness Project an interactive investigation into how Americans who identify as white, or partially white, understand and experience their race.
  • Ep 419: Podcaster Jeff Goldsmith • Filmmaker Lisanne Skyler (August 3, 2017)

    Host of the podcast The Q&A With Jeff Goldsmith is the first guest. Jeff discusses his approach to the show as well as the online magazine he publishes called The Backstory. After that filmmaker Lisanne Skyler discusses her recent documentary, "Brillo Box (3¢ Off)". which will have its broadcast premiere on HBO next Monday, August 7th at 10:00PM.

  • Ep 418: Katherine Dieckmann • Lucio Zago & Anders Goldfarb (July 27, 2017)
    Filmmaker Katherine Dieckmann discusses her new feature "Strange Weather" which stars Holly Hunter & which opens on 7/28. Also Brooklyn-based illustrator Lucio Zago & photographer Anders Goldfarb discuss 'Williamsburg Shorts', a graphic novel, the result of a collaboration. This episode is sponsored by the Vermont College of Fine Arts Film Program. Visit vcfa.edu/film for details.
  • Ep 417: David Call, Frank Mosley & Heather Kafka (July 20, 2017)
    David Call​ returns for his 3rd appearance to discuss an Indiegogo​ campaign for the short film he has written, directed & acted in called COLE. Then conversations with the Dallas-based actor & filmmaker Frank Mosley​ and the Austin-based actor Heather Kafka​.
  • Ep 416: Godfrey Cheshire Returns! Richard Edson Never Left! (July 13, 2017)
    Critic Godfrey Cheshire returns to the podcast to discuss an Indiegogo campaign for a new first book entitled In the Time of Kiarostami: Writings on Iranian Cinema. Then Part 2 of a phone call with multi-hyphenate Richard Edson (see Ep 336 for Part 1). Music on this episode is by Bleu from his recent album, To Hell With You, available where music is sold, downloaded or streamed.
  • Ep 415: Karyn Parsons • Glenn Frankel • Steven Bernstein (July 6, 2017)

    Karyn Parsons discusses her Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for her latest animated short; author Glenn Frankel discusses his new book High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic; and cinematographer Steven Bernstein (Monster, Like Water for Chocolate), who discusses his filmmaking seminars.

  • Ep 414: Kirsten Tan • Sierra Pettengill & Pacho Velez • Lara Stolman (June 29, 2017)

    Kirsten Tan with her film "Pop Aye" currently screening at Film Forum; then Sierra Pettengill & Pacho Velez with their documentary, "The Reagan Show"; last up, filmmaker Lara Stolman with her new doc "Swim Team". Music provided by the musical artist Kirstin Diable off her new album, Create Your Own Mythology (Speakeasy Records).

  • Ep 413: Bob Hawk (June 22, 2017)

    Indie film champion Bob Hawk sits for a lengthy conversation about his life and his career on Episode 413 of the podcast. A documentary was recently made about Bob called Film Hawk and it is currently available for streaming on the Tribeca Shortlist. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films. Follow us on FacebookTwitter & Instagram.

  • Ep 412: Tom DiCillo Returns • Film Forum’s Karen Cooper (June 15, 2017)
    Tom DiCillo returns for a second visit. His latest film, a work of non-fiction called "Down in Shadowland", is going to have a screening at the IFC Center on Monday, June 19th at 7:30 and the Q&A afterward will be moderated by Tom’s dear friend, Steve Buscemi. After that is the 2nd of a 2-part tribute to the programming at Film Forum with Karen Cooper.

  • Ep 411: 2017 Maryland Film Festival Edition — Stanley Nelson • Theo Anthony • Skizz Cyzyk • Eric Hatch (June 13, 2017)
    This episode is dedicated to the 2017 Maryland Film Festival with filmmakers Stanley Nelson ("Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges") returning to the podcast & Theo Anthony ("Rat Film"); plus from the programming committee, Director of Programming Eric Hatch & programmer Skizz Cyzyk. This episode is sponsored by Magic Drop for all you film music licensing needs.
  • Ep 410: Davy Rothbart Returns • HRWFF’s Leah Sapin (June 9, 2017)
    Andrew Cohn ("Modera") returns to the podcast with a new documentary, "Night School", which opens theatrically in NYC at the IFC Center on Friday, June 9th. Then senior programmer for the NY Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Leah Sapin, stops by to discuss the upcoming festival which runs June 9th through the 18th. Sponsored by Magic Drop.
  • Ep 409: WFMU’s Clay Pigeon & Rachel Shuman • Leah Warshawski & Todd Soliday (June 1, 2017)
    The team behind the new documentary "One October", Clay Pigeon and director Rachel Shuman. Then the creative team behind the documentary "Big Sonia", Leah Warshawski and Todd Soliday. Last, the founders of Women You Want to Fund, Jennifer Jones & Cynthia Hornig. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Magic Drop.
  • Ep 408: Amir Bar-Lev • Lorenzo Fiuzzi (May 26, 2017)
    Amir Bar-Lev has a new documentary about the Grateful Dead called "Long Strange Trip", executive produced by Martin Scorsese. The film will be available for streaming on Amazon Video Prime on 6/2. Also Lorenzo Fiuzzi, one of the founders of the SVOD service Filmatique. Sponsored by Magic Drop.
  • Ep 407: Steve James Returns • Cameron Bruce Nelson (May 18, 2017)
    Documentary filmmaker Steve James returns to the podcast with the subjects of his new film, the Sung Family. The film is called "Abacus: Too Small to Jail". After that, Cameron Bruce Nelson discusses his new film, a dramatic feature called "Some Beasts". Sponsored by Magic Drop.
  • Ep 406: Joe Berlinger • Oren Moverman • Josephine Decker & Zefrey Throwell • Danielle Katvan (May 11, 2017)

    In this episode, the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival Edition, there are 4 segments including Danielle Katvan, director of the short film "The Foster Portfolio", Joe Berlinger with a new documentary "Intent To Destroy", Josephine Decker & Zefrey Throwell with "Flames", and Oren Moverman with "The Dinner".

  • Ep 405: Ben Wheatley • Brett Berns & Bob Sarles (April 28, 2017)
    Up first, Ben Wheatley ("Down Terrace") with his new film, "Free Fire". Then the creative team behind the new documentary, "Bang! The Bert Berns Story": filmmaker & Bert's son, Brett Berns, along with his co-director Bob Sarles. Both films are currently in theaters. Music by Gabrielle Marlena from her album Good Music For You.
  • Ep 404: Jonas Mekas & Phong Bui • Jennifer Merin (April 21, 2017)

    Grandaddy of experimental film, Jonas Mekas is the guest in the 1st segment. He's joined by the Artistic Director of The Brooklyn Rail, Phong Bui. Also cultural journalist Jennifer Merin describes recent events regarding the theft of her family home in Queens. Music by American Nomads off their new album Ghost Highway.

  • Ep 403: Philip Shane (April 18, 2017)
    Filmmaker Philip Shane ("Being Elmo") is the guest. We talk about film, film, film. Also, an appearance by filmwaxradio.com blogger Jon Hogan in the show's intro.
  • Ep 402: La Grande Bouffe’s Cole Smithey & Mike Lacy (April 13, 2017)

    The co-hosts of the podcast, La Grande Bouffe (The Big Feast) are the guests. Gen X veteran film critic Cole Smithey and Millennial filmmaker Mike Lacy copiously consume international culture and politics through the prism of a single film, and a different craft beer, every week. This week they stop by Filmwax Radio to talk podcast turkey. Don't miss this extensive and entertaining conversation.

  • Ep 401: Walter Hill • Rooftop Films’ Dan Nuxoll (April 8, 2017)

    Director Walter Hill is up first. The legendary filmmaker has a new movie which just hit select theaters called "The Assignment". Artistic Director of Rooftop Films, Dan Nuxoll, makes his 5th visit to the podcast to discuss what the elimination of federal funding for the NEA & NEH might mean.

  • Ep 400: Onur Tukel Forever (April 5, 2017)
    Filmmaker & flim flam man, Onur Tukel returns to the podcast for his 8th visit! Helping me celebrate 400 shows, Onur discusses the making of his latest comedy, "Catfight", love, sex, politics, censorship & much more. And if that weren't enough —and after two hours you very well might think it is— the episode is capped off by an original song composed & performed by Onur to honor this auspicious 400th Episode.
  • Ep 399: NEWTOWN • Film Forum’s Bruce Goldstein (March 30, 2017)
    The filmmaking team behind the documentary "Newtown", director Kim Snyder & producer Maria Cuomo Cole. The film will have its broadcast premiere on PBS's Independent Lens on April 3rd. Then next, a long conversation with Film Forum repertory programmer, Bruce Goldstein.
  • Ep 398: Graphic Novelist Daniel Clowes • Director Craig Johnson • Author Todd Berliner • Cameos by Woody Harrelson & Laura Dern (March 24, 2017)
    "Wilson" director Craig Johnson & graphic novelist Daniel Clowes join in first segment. Then in the second segment, I'm joined by the author Todd Berliner whose book, Hollywood Aesthetic: Please in American Cinema is now available.

  • Ep 397: Christophe Honoré • Josh Zeman • Josh Karp Returns (March 17, 2017)
    Author Josh Karp returns to the podcast to discuss Netflix's recent announcement that they are financing the finishing of Orson Welles film "The Other Side of the Wind". Then one of France's filmmaking stars, Christophe Honoré on his new film "Metamorphoses" which will be having a theatrical engagement at The Spectacle Theater starting 3/23. Last up, producer of the A&E series "The Killing Season", Josh Zeman.
  • Ep 396: The Return of Frank V. Ross (March 14, 2017)
    Filmmaker (and brand new Dad) Frank V. Ross returns to the podcast to chat about his latest film, "Bloomin Mud Shuffle".
  • Ep 395: MoMA’s Raj Roy Returns • Filmmaker Ferne Pearlstein (March 10, 2017)
    MoMA film curator Raj Roy returns to discuss the 46th New Directors/New Films, 3/15 - 3/26 . Tickets are currently available for most of the screenings. Documentary filmmaker Ferne Pearlstein stops by to talk about her new film which explores laughing at tragedy, The Last Laugh; & Rosemary Rodriguez, director of the new indie comedy Silver Skies, with actor Jack McGee which will be on Netflix in May.
  • Ep 394: MUBI’s Daniel Kasman • Monologist Josh Kornbluth (March 2, 2017)
    [3 mins.] The Director of Content at MUBI, Daniel Kasman visits the podcast and shares the business of streaming on demand. MUBI is a curated online cinema bringing you cult, classic, independent, and award-winning movies. Every day our film experts introduce you to a great film, and you have a whole month to watch it. […]
  • Ep 393: Barbara Kopple Returns • DISTANCE (February 24, 2017)
    Barbara Kopple returns to the podcast discussing her newest film, the documentary "This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous", currently streaming on YouTube Red. After that, Alex Dobrenko & Ashley Rae Spillers wax about their new project, "Distance", a web series currently fundraising on Seed & Spark.
  • Ep 392: Ja’Tovia Gary & Melissa Lyde • Noah Isenberg (February 17, 2017)
    Film programmer Melissa Lyde who curates Alfreda's Cinema is joined by filmmaker La'Tovia Gary who discusses her work which is primarily experimental in nature. After that I am joined by author Noah Isenberg who discusses his new book, "We'll Always Have Casablanca" (2017, W. W. Norton & Company).
  • Ep 391: Damani Baker • Matthew Newton (February 11, 2017)
    Damani Baker stops by to discuss his new documentary, "The House on Coco Road", a moving personal & historical account of how he and his family were caught up in the 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada. Then Australian transplant, filmmaker Matthew Newton, discusses his new feature, "From Nowhere".
  • Ep 390: Jack Fessenden & His Dad • Kenneth Eng About His Dad (February 3, 2017)
    Kenneth Eng has made a documentary about his father's story called "My Life in China". The film is currently available on iTunes. Jack Fessenden, 17 years old, has made his first feature, "Stray Bullets", which stars himself and his Dad Larry Fesssenden (also on this ep). The film premieres nationally in theaters on 2/10. Music by Morricone Youth.
  • Ep 389: Poet Nick Flynn (January 28, 2017)
    Writer Nick Flynn is the sole guest on this episode. In addition to talking about his life, his experiences after the movie adaptation of his memoir, and his marriage to the actress Lili Taylor, Nick reads some passages by William Blake. Music by Noveller.
  • Ep 388: Asghar Farhadi • Michael Rossato-Bennett Returns (January 20, 2017)
    Jessie Auritt  discusses her new documentary, "Supergirl", Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi stops by to discuss his latest film called "The Salesman"; and Michael Rossato-Bennett ("Alive Inside") returns to the podcast with a plea for help with a Kickstarter campaign for his new project "Brian's Songs".
  • Ep 387: Jay Rinsky • Jen Ponton • Raafi Rivero (January 13, 2017)
    Jay Rinsky, founder of Little Cinema; actress Jen Ponton appears in the new movie "Love on the Run"; and filmmaker Raafi Rivero who recently directed a film called "72 Hours: A Brooklyn Love Story?" Sponsored by audible.com. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network.
  • Ep 386: Cameraperson Kirsten Johnson (January 4, 2017)
    Cinematographer Kirsten Johnson ("Cameraperson") is the guest on the first episode of the new year. The film has been short listed for an Oscar in the documentary category. Sponsored by Warby Parker.
  • Ep 385: Keith Miller & Chris Poindexter • Amos Poe! (December 23, 2016)
    The creative team behind the new comedy web series "Brooklynification" are the guests, Chris Poindexter & Keith Miller (who return for his 4th visit). The first season's 6 episodes are currently available for viewing. Then NY filmmaker Amos Poe ("The Blank Generation")  stops by the studio for an extended conversation about his career.
  • Ep 384: Lizzie Borden (December 16, 2016)
    Filmmaker Lizzie Borden ("Born in Flames", "Working Girls") is the sole guest for an extended conversation.
  • Ep 383: Charles Burnett • Clay Liford Returns (December 9, 2016)
    Legendary filmmaker Charles Burnett ("Killer of Sheep") graces the podcast for a career spanning conversation. Burnett was in NY this past September when the Film Society of Lincoln Center screened a restored version of "To Sleep With Anger" Also, a brief phone conversation with Filmwax Radio friend, the filmmaker Clay Liford about his new feature, "Slash". Sponsored by Zipcar.
  • Ep 382: Sam Pollard Returns • Plus Producer Bill Straus (December 3, 2016)
    Sam Pollard returns to discuss his new documentary "Two Trains Runnin'". The film is currently enjoying a theatrical engagement at the Metrograph Theater in Manhattan. Then sales agent & film producer Bill Straus. Sponsored by Audible.com. Get a free download and trial membership by going to www.audibletrial.com/filmwaxradio.
  • Ep 381: Street Photographer Richard Sandler (November 29, 2016)
    Street photographer and filmmaker Richard Sandler is my guest on this episode of the podcast. His new book, The Eyes of the City, published by powerHouse Books, is currently available. Sponsored by Warby Parker. Get a free 5-day home try-on by visiting www.warbyparkertrial.com/filmwaxradio. 5 days, 5 pairs, 100% free,
  • Ep 380: HBO’s MARATHON Doc • FilmStruck • Off The Rails (November 25, 2016)
    Episode 380 welcomes back filmmakers Annie Sundberg & Ricki Stern to the podcast. Their latest film is called "Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing" & is currently on HBO. Then programmer for the new streaming service FilmStruck, Michael Sragow; last up, Adam Irving, the director of a new documentary, "Off The Rails". Sponsored by casper.com.
  • Ep 379: The Love Witch • Asperger’s Are Us • True NY (November 18, 2016)
    Anna Biller, director of "The Love Witch" is up first. The film opens in Brooklyn today at the Alamo Drafthouse and at the Nitehawk Cinema. After that, filmmaker Alex Lehmann discusses his 2 new films, "Blue Jay" & "Asperger's Are Us". Last up is a discussion about a new documentary omnibus film called "True New York". Sponsored by zipcar.com.
  • Ep 378: DOC NYC 2016 (November 15, 2016)
    This episode is dedicated to DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary film festival. Guests include filmmakers Michael Galinsky & Suki Hawley with their new film, “All the Rage“, Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum with their new documentary, “Letters From Baghdad“. & Tomas Leach with his new work, “The Lure”. Sponsored by audible.com.
  • Ep 377: Su Friedrich Returns & Mono No Aware Turns 10 (November 12, 2016)
    Documentary filmmaker Su Friedrich discusses hew new film “I Can Not Tell You How I Feel” which screens at BAM on November 17th. Then Steve Cossman, founder & Executive Director of Mono No Aware, a Brooklyn-based cinema arts non-profit currently amidst its 10th annual Cinema Arts Festival. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Leonard Cohen.
  • Ep 376: Melanie Lynskey & Linas Phillips • Keith Maitland (November 4, 2016)
    Writer/director/actor Linas Phillips & actress Melanie Lynskey with their film “Rainbow Time” produced by the Duplass Brothers. Then I welcome “Tower” filmmaker Keith Maitland for the 2nd segment. Archival footage is combined with rotoscopic animation in this dynamic and untold tragedy back in 1966.  This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Zipcar.com.
  • Ep 375: Teddy Collatos, Carolina Monnerat & Fiona Graham (October 29, 2016)
    I am joined by filmmaker Teddy Collatos with Carolina Monnerat, his wife and one of the lead actors in his new film “Tormenting the Hen”. This segment was recorded at the ShowBriz Studios where we were also joined by actress and film producer Fiona Graham, star of the new short “Muscle”. This episode is sponsored […]
  • Ep 374: Ti West • Joel Potrykus • Robert Davi (October 21, 2016)
    Ti West (“House of the Devil”) discusses his latest, “In A Valley of Violence” which stars Ethan Hawke, John Travolta & podcast friend James Ransom. Returning for his 3rd appearance, filmmaker Joel Potrykus (“Buzzard”) with his new film “The Alchemist Cookbook”. Lastly, recorded from the 2016 Hamptons In’t Film Festival, the team behind the new doc, “Davi’s Way”, with actor Robert […]
  • Ep 373: Tom Noonan Part 2 (October 14, 2016)
    Character actor extraordinaire Tom Noonan returns for his second appearance. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Zipcar.com. Earn $25 of free driving credit at joinzipcar.com/filmwaxradio. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network & presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 372: Author & Film Critic Matt Zoller Seitz (September 30, 2016)
    Film critic & the author of the new book, The Oliver Stone Experience (Abrams, 2016), Matt Zoller Seitz is the guest. Seitz is editor-in-chief at rogerebert.com as well as the TV critic at NY Magazine. This episode is sponsored by Warby Parker. And by the Vermont College of Fine Arts, MFA Film program. Filmwax Radio is […]
  • Ep 370: Finally Tim Roth • Paul Lazar Returns (September 23, 2016)
    Tim Roth is starring in a new dramatic feature called “Chronic” which hits theaters today. Roth plays a nurse who assists dying patients in their homes and who has a turbulent personal life of his own. I’ll be moderating the Q&A with the film’s director Michel Franco at the Museum of the Moving Image this evening. […]
  • Ep 369: Whit Stillman (September 16, 2016)
    Whit Stillman returns to the podcast for an extended conversation. We met at the offices of Criterion Collection who distributes the DVDs for "Metropolitan", "Barcelona" & "The Last Days of Disco". We discuss much of Whit's career as well as his latest work, "Love & Friendship", a comedy adapted from a Jane Austen novella of the same name.
  • Ep 368: Son of Spock Adam Nimoy • JT Leroy (September 9, 2016)
    The guests on this episode include Adam Nimoy, who has made a documentary about his father Leonard called “For the Love of Spock”. It his theaters today, Friday, September 9th. Also on this episode the subject of Author: The JT Leroy Story, Laura Albert, and the documentary’s director, Jeff Feuerzeig. That film is currently in […]
  • Ep 367: SCORED TO DEATH • Filmmaker Daniel Noah (September 2, 2016)
    Horror film scoring with guests author of "Scored to Death: Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers" (Silman-James Press, 2016), a returning Blake Fichera. Blake is joined by one of the composers he interview for the book, Jeff Grace and multi hyphenate, Larry Fessenden (for his third visit to the podcast) who wrote the forward to the book. Also, director of the new Jerry Lewis movie "Max Rose", Daniel Noah.
  • Ep 366: John Turturro • Elizabeth Wood & Michael Simmonds (August 26, 2016)
    John Turturro finally appears on Filmwax Radio to discuss a new film, "Mia Madre". Also, the creative team behind the new indie film "White Girl", director Elizabeth Wood & cinematographer Michael Simmonds. This episode is sponsored by audible.com & The Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA film program.
  • Ep 365: Kweighbaye Kotee & Theo Bouloukos • Simon Rumley (August 19, 2016)
    In a new kibitzing session, [11 mins.] Bushwick Film Festival founder Kweighbaye Kotee and actor Theodore Bouloukos join me in the studio. [1 hr. 7 mins. 30 secs.] After that, an interview with British filmmaker Simon Rumley. We met up at SxSW 2016 to discuss his latest film, "Johnny Frank Garrett's Last Word".
  • Ep 364: Andre Royo & Josh Locy • Merete Mueller (August 11, 2016)
    Actor Andre Royo ("The Wire") & filmmaker Josh Locy discuss their new film, "Hunter Gatherer". Then I'm joined by filmmaker Merete Mueller who talks about her new short, "Dangerous Curves". This episode is sponsored by casper.com and the Vermont College of Fine Arts, MFA Film program. Filmwax Radio is part of the ShowBriz Studios podcast network and presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 363: Henry Jaglom, Tanna Frederick & Ron Vignone (August 3, 2016)
    Henry Jaglom is on the podcast to talk about his latest film, his 20th feature, called “Ovation”. His partner in life and creative work, Tanna Frederick joins us, as does their editor, Ron Vignone. The film recently had a successful L.A. run and is scheduled to have a NYC theatrical this Fall. This episode is sponsored […]
  • Ep 362: Brady Corbet • The Guys from Catfish • Leslie McCleave (July 22, 2016)
    Brady Corbet returns with his directorial debut, "The Childhood of a Leader", an historical thriller he also wrote. Next I prank the "Catfish" creators whose mew movie "Nerve" opens 7/22. Lastly, Leslie McCleave with her documentary  "How Sweet the Sound: The Blind Boys of Alabama".
  • Ep 361: David Call & Zach Shedd • Alex Hammond & Ian Markiewicz (July 15, 2016)
    Filmmakers Alex Hammond & Ian Mankiewicz with a new their new doc about Mexican wrestlers, “Lucha Mexico“. Also, actor David Call returns to the podcast with the director of a new film, “Americana”, Zachary Shedd.
  • Ep 360: Ivy Meeropol & the Return of Michel Negroponte (July 8, 2016)
    Ivy Meeropol discusses her new documentary, “Indian Point“, which is in theaters as of today, Friday, July 8th. Also, returning to the podcast, filmmaker Michel Negroponte gives us a lesson on the history of the American documentary. This episode is sponsored by casper.com.
  • Ep 359: Roger Ross Williams • Joel Fendelman & Frank Hall Green (June 29, 2016)
    The intro includes intern Charlotte Williams & friend Kevin Davidson. Then Oscar winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams with his new doc “Life, Animated” which opens Friday, July 30th in NYC and LA. Also, the filmmakers behind a new brilliant film called “Remittance”, Joel Fendelman & Frank Hall Green.
  • Ep 358: Todd Solondz Returns • Josh Bishop, Stefan Pokorny & Jimmy Hendrickx (June 24, 2016)
    Todd Solondz is back with “Wiener-Dog” in theaters 6/24; Josh Bishop & Stefan Pokorny discuss their new doc “The Dwarvenaut“; and a phone call to Indonesia with filmmaker Jimmy Hendrickx about his Seed & Spark campaign.
  • Ep 357: Penny Lane is Nuts! Brendt Barbur’s Bicycle Film Festival (June 20, 2016)
    Penny Lane returns to the podcast to discuss her latest documentary feature, “Nuts!” which opens at Film Forum on Wednesday, June 22nd & in other cities. Also on the podcast is the founding director of the Bicycle Film Festival, Brendt Barbur.
  • Ep 356: Morgan Neville Returns for His Threepeat & Heavy Metal Parking Lot Turns 30 (June 16, 2016)
    Morgan Neville returns to the podcast to discuss his documentary “The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble“; & to discuss the 30th anniversary of the classic “Heavy Metal Parking Lot“, filmmakers Jeff Krulik & John Heyn. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Zipcar.
  • Ep 355: Leon Gast on Muhammad Ali, Beth B on Her Mother & Bill Plympton on Hitler’s Fledgling Art Career (June 8, 2016)
    Oscar winning filmmaker Leon Gast (“When We Were Kings”) discusses Muhammad Ali.  Also, filmmaker Beth B discusses her new doc “Call Her Applebroog“; & animator Bill Plympton returns chats about his latest film, a mockumentary, called “Hitler’s Folly“.
  • Ep 354: Bill Genovese & Jim Solomon (June 4, 2016)
    This episode focuses on the new documentary about Bill Genovese's search for the truth behind his beloved sister Kitty Genovese's murder. The story of Kitty's gruesome murder in 1964 in the Kew Gardens neighborhood of Queens is a seminal part of NYCs history. Joining me in this special segment is Bill & director of "The Witness", Jim Solomon.
  • Ep 353: Will Allen, Vera Cheiffo & Philippe Coquet • Samantha “Princess Shaw” Montgomery, Ido Haar & Kutiman (May 27, 2016)
    Up first, "Holy Hell" whose guests include filmmaker & former cult member Will Allen along with 2 other former members Philippe Coquet & Vera Cheiffo. Then the team behind the new documentary "Presenting Princess Shaw" including Samantha Montgomery, Kutiman & director Ido Haar.
  • Ep 352: Filmwax Radio Live with Chris Hegedus & D.A. Pennebaker (May 25, 2016)
    Filmwax Radio Live presented by DCTV. Special guests Chris Hegedus & D.A. Pennebaker discuss their latest film "Unlocking the Cage" which follows the story of animal rights lawyer Stephen Wise & his quest to obtain persons' rights for particular species of animals. Recorded in front of a live audience.
  • Ep 351: Berndt Mader, Onur Tukel & Opal Hope Bennett (May 22, 2016)
    From the Montclair Film Festival, an interview with Berndt Mader the Austin-based director of the new dramatic feature, “Booger Red”. Also returning to the podcast is the lead actor in the film, Onur Tukel (dir. of “Summer of Blood”). Sitting in for a portion of the interview is festival programmer Opal Hope Bennett.
  • Ep 350: Rebecca Miller • Terence Davies (May 12, 2016)
    In the first segment Rebecca Miller whose new feature, “Maggie’s Plan“, opens on May 20th; & Terence Davies with his film, “Sunset Song“, which opens Friday, May 13th. The music on this episode is by Jim’s Big Ego from their album Stay.
  • Ep 349: Whit Stillman • NY Times’ Dave Itzkoff • Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers (May 8, 2016)
    Guests include brilliant filmmaker Whit Stillman (“Metropolitan”, “Barcelona”) whose new film “Love & Friendship” opens in theaters Friday, May 13; NY Times culture writer Dave Itzkoff discusses his book, Mad As Hell published by Picador; & the hosts of the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers podcast.
  • Ep 348: From the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA Film Program (April 29, 2016)
    Among the guests, faculty members of the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA in Film program, department chair Laura Colella, Jake Mahaffy whose new feature “Free In Deed” will screen at IFFBoston & Montclair, and Malik Vitthal whose”Imperial Dreams” opens theatrically in the Fall 2016.
  • Ep 347: Tribeca Film Festival with Rob Meyer, Vanessa Gould & Caitlin Mae Burke (April 23, 2016)
    Guests include Rob Meyer, the director of a new dramedy called “Little Boxes” which stars Melanie Lynskey; & the team behind the new documentary “Obit” which is about the obituary department at the NY Times, director Vanessa Gould & producer Caitlin Mae Burke.
  • Ep 346: Liza Johnson • Rachel Tunnard, Jodie Whitaker & Rachael Deering • Nancy Buirski (April 21, 2016)
    In this Tribeca Film Festival edition of the podcast, guests include director Liza Johnson whose new comedy “Elvis & Nixon” opens 4/22; the team behind a new British comedy called “Adult Life Skills” which had its world debut; & Nancy Buirski director of the documentary “By Sidney Lumet“.
  • Ep 345: Scott Rogowsky Returns (April 11, 2016)
    Scott Rogowsky returns to discuss comedy and his upcoming re-booted live show, Running Late with Scott Rogowsky. He will be hosting an upcoming show at Brooklyn’s Union Hall on Monday, April 11th at 8 PM. Guests include Lisa Ann, actor John Gallagher, Jr., podcasters Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson (Guys We F***ked) and more.
  • Ep 344: Dennis Hauck • Joachim Trier • Gabriel Mascaro (April 8, 2016)
    First up filmmaker Dennis Hauck whose first feature, “Too Late” is currently in theaters & continues to open around the country. Joachim Trier (“Oslo, August 31st”) discusses his first English-language film “Louder Than Bombs”; Gabriel Mascaro’s 2nd feature, “Neon Bull”, opens at the Elinor Bunin Munro Film Center today as well.
  • Ep 343: Gayle Kirschenbaum • Owen Gleiberman (April 6, 2016)
    Emmy award winning filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum has a new documentary about her relationship with her mom called “Look at Us Now, Mother!“; then Owen Gleiberman discusses his new book, Movie Freak: My Life Watching Movies, a personal memoir.
  • Ep 342: Austin Film Society’s Holly Herrick & Alamo Drafthouse’s Tim League (April 6, 2016)
    In this episode recorded from SxSW 206, my guests include the Associate Artistic Director of the Austin Film Society, Holly Herrick, and the founder of Drafthouse Films, Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest, Tim League. This episode is sponsored by the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA Film program.
  • Ep 341: Jen Senko • TAKE ME TO THE RIVER • THANK YOU FOR PLAYING (March 21, 2016)
    Filmmaker Jen Senko with her documentary “The Brainwashing of My Dad“; director of the film “Take Me To The River”, Matt Sobel, with cast members Robin Weigert & Logan Miller; & co-directors of the doc “Thank You For Playing“, Malika Zouhali-Worrall & David Osit, with their subject Ryan Green.
  • Ep 340: The KRISHA Episode (March 18, 2016)
    The exceptional indie film, “Krisha”, is celebrated on the podcast. Among those visiting are 1st time feature director Trey Edward Shults, the actress Krisha Fairchild, plus supporting character actors Chris Doubek (returning to the show) and Bill Wise. The film, distributed by A24, will open in select cities on Friday, March 18th.
  • Ep 339: Dennis Lim • Caveh Zahedi • DONALD CRIED (March 15, 2016)
    Dennis Lim of the Film Society of Lincoln Center returns to discuss his new book on David Lynch; Caveh Zahedi returns for his 4th visit to discuss his series ‘The Show About The Show‘; and the creators of a new festival hit, “Donald Cried”, director/actor Kris Avedisian & actor Jesse Wakeman.
  • Ep 338: Atom Egoyan Returns • Ben Dickinson Return (March 10, 2016)
    Two friends of the podcast return for their second visits: Atom Egoyan (“Exotica”, “The Sweet Hereafter”) talks about Remember starring Christopher Plummer; and Ben Dickinson (“First Winter”) talks about his new “Creative Control”. Both films open Friday, March 11th.
  • Ep 337: Charlie Ahearn Returns • Jon Nealon & Skip Blumberg (March 8, 2016)
    On this episode we welcome back Charlie Ahearn who has a mini retrospective at the Anthology Film Archives of past & recent works; then filmmaker Jon Nealon, half the filmmaking team behind the new documentary, "Here Come The Videofreex", joined by Videofreex original member Skip Blumberg.
  • Ep 336: Richard Edson (March 4, 2016)
    Actor Richard Edson discusses making "Stranger Than Paradise", "Do The Right Thing", "Good Morning Viet Nam", and many other films. This is the first of a two-part conversation with the actor. This episode is sponsored by the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers Podcast.
  • Ep 335: Janet Pierson • Eszter Balint (February 25, 2016)
    The head of the SxSW Film Festival, Janet Pierson, returns to discuss the festival which runs 3/11 - 19. After that I welcome the singer and actress, Eszter Balint ("Louie", Season 4), whose appeared in the seminal Jim Jarmusch movie "Stranger Than Paradise" in 1984.
  • Ep 334: Tom Roston • Carlos Gutierrez (February 10, 2016)
    Tom Roston discusses his book I Lost it at the Video Store: A Filmmakers’ Oral History of a Vanished Era published by the Critical Press; and Carlos Gutierrez discusses the upcoming Cinema Tropical Festival to be held at the Museum of the Moving Image on 2/26—28. This episode is sponsored by the Vermont College of […]
  • Ep 333: Tom Noonan Part 1 (February 5, 2016)
    I'm joined by actor, director, writer & composer Tom Noonan. Tom Noonan's voice may be currently heard playing many roles in the recent Charlie Kaufman film, "Anomalisa".
  • Ep 332: Tim Horsburgh • Pawel Wieszczecinski, Reinaldo Green & Christopher Bell (January 27, 2016)
    Celebrating 50 years of Kartemquin with Director of Communications & Distribution, Tim Horsburgh; then programmer of the film screening series Kinoscope, Pawel Wieszczecinski & 2 of his filmmakers, Reinaldo Green & Christopher Bell.
  • Ep 331: Manny Kirchheimer (January 22, 2016)
    Documentary filmmaker Manny Kirchheimer is the guest. Manny discusses his life as a filmmaker & teacher. His seminal 1981 film "Stations of the Elevated" was recently restored & released by Oscilloscope. This episode is sponsored by Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival.
  • Ep 330: Ross Partridge • Alison Bagnall (January 13, 2016)
    Actor/director Ross Partridge discussing his new film, "Lamb" then filmmaker Alison Bagnall discusses her dramedy, "Funny Bunny". Both films are currently available for streaming on iTunes and other digital platforms.
  • Ep 329: The CAROL Episode with Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon & Phyllis Nagy (January 8, 2016)
    The creative team behind the film "Carol" are the guests, including producer Christine Vachon of Killer Films, screenwriter Phyllis Nagy, and director Todd Haynes. The film which stars Kate Blanchett and Rooney Mara and which is being distributed by The Weinstein Company is currently playing at a theater near you.
  • Ep 328: Eric Kohn • Lynne Sachs & Mark Street • Tim Orr (December 30, 2015)
    The guests on the final episode of 2015 include indieWire senior editor, Eric Kohn, back for his 3rd visit; married experimental filmmakers Lynne Sachs & Mark Street; and the cinematographer Tim Orr (“Our Brand is Crisis”, “Z for Zacharia”).
  • Ep 327: Cara Buckley • Simon Kilmurry • Thelma Adams (December 24, 2015)
    The New York Times‘ carpetbagger Cara Buckley discusses award season, working at the Times, and more; Simon Kilmurry talks about his work at POV and his recent transition to the IDA; and Thelma Adams on a career in writing about film & a new book coming out in 2016.
  • Ep 326: Henry Rollins • Takeshi Fukunaga & Donari Braxton • Vanessa Block (December 17, 2015)
    The outspoken Henry Rollins who is the star of a new indie film, “He Never Died“; director Takeshi Fukunaga & writer/producer Donari Braxton’s feature film, “Out of My Hand” distributed by Ava DuVernay’s new company Array; Vanessa Block’s Oscar shortlisted short film “The Testimony”.
  • Ep 325: Michael Imperioli • Brian Posehn (December 9, 2015)
    Actor Michael Imperioli ("Goodfellas", "The Sopranos") discusses a new film he's in, "The Wannabe". Comedian Brian Posehn (Mr. Show, The Sarah Silverman Show) discusses starring in his feature comedy/drama, "Uncle Nick". Both films are currently in theaters & streaming on demand.
  • Ep 324: Kent Jones • Charles Poekel (December 1, 2015)
    Kent Jones, director of a new documentary "Hitchcock/Truffaut" based on the best selling book Hitchcock by Truffaut: A Definitive Study of Alfred Hitchcock; Charles Poekel discusses his 1st feature "Christmas, Again". Poekel's film is having its theatrical engagement at MoMA beginning December 3rd then goes on digital platforms on December 4th.
  • Ep 323: Zoe Lister-Jones, Daryl Wein & Scott Glosserman • Bernardo Ruiz Returns (November 22, 2015)
    Actress Zoe Lister-Jones and filmmaker Daryl Wein are distributing their new movie, “Consumed“, through Gathr Films. The two join me along with Gathr’s founder & CEO, Scott Glosserman. Also returning to the podcast, documentary filmmaker Bernardo Ruiz (“Reportero”) with his new film “Kingdom of Shadows“, now in theaters.
  • Ep 322: Christopher Abbott & Josh Mond • Gregg Turkington & Rick Alverson (November 14, 2015)
    In this episode of the podcast: from the latest Borderline Films film “James White“, Josh Mond & his lead actor Christopher Abbott; also director of the new comedy, “Entertainment“, Rick Alverson returns to the podcast with his leading man, the comedian Gregg Turkington (aka Neil Hamburger).
  • Ep 321: Tom DiCillo • David Shapiro (November 10, 2015)
    Tom DiCillo ("Living in Oblivion", "Box of Moonlight") is back with a new film, a documentary, called "Down in Shadowland" which is having a few screenings around NYC; documentary filmmaker David Shapiro's new documentary, "Missing People", has two screenings at DOC NYC in the coming days.
  • Ep 320: Catherine Hardwicke • Michel Negroponte & Michelle Maren • Corin Hardy (November 6, 2015)
    Director Catherine Hardwick discusses her new film “Miss You Already” which opens Friday, November 6 as well as the subject of gender disparity; documentary filmmaker Michel Negroponte and the subject of his new project, “An Autobiography of Michelle Maren”; and director of the new horror film “The Hallow“, Corin Hardy which also opens on November […]
  • Ep 319: Jay Duplass, J. Davis & Linas Phillips • Justin Schein • Joshua Bishop & Tomi Fujiyama (October 30, 2015)
    The team behind the new dark comedy, “Manson Family Vacation“, including actors Jay Duplass & Linas Phillips along with director J. Davis; filmmaker of the new documentary “Left on Purpose” which will be screening at DOC NYC next month, Justin Schein; and the filmmaker Joshua Bishop with the subject of his new feature doc, “Made […]
  • Ep 318: Jake Hoffman • Chad Gracia & Fedor Alexandrovich (October 23, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include filmmaker & actor Jake Hoffman whose first feature, “Asthma“, opens today at the IFC Center and on VOD; and documentary filmmaker Chad Gracia and the subject of his new film “The Russian Woodpecker“, Fedor Alexandrovich. Their film is also currently available on demand.
  • Ep 317: Daniel Durning • Stephen Winter & Jack Waters • Michael Schultz (October 16, 2015)
    Guests on this episode of the podcast include the founder of the Red Hook Film Festival, Daniel Durning; “Jason and Shirley” director Stephen Winter returns with actor Jack Waters just before a 10 day theatrical engagement at MoMA; and the legendary director of such films as “Cooley High” and “Car Wash”, Michael Schultz.
  • Ep 316: Guy Maddin • Annie Sundberg & Ricki Stern (October 7, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include the documentary co-directors Annie Sundberg & Ricki Stern who have a new film, “In My Father’s House” opening Friday 10/9, and Canadian experimental filmmaker Guy Maddin whose new film “The Forbidden Room” opens at Film Forum today.
  • Ep 315: Atom Egoyan • Doug Tirola • AD Calvo Returns (September 30, 2015)
    Veteran director Atom Egoyan ("Exotica") with his latest film, "Remember" (A24, 2015) screening at Vienna & Woodstock Film Festival; documentary filmmaker Doug Tirola discusses his new National Lampoon doc, "Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead" (Magnolia Pictures, 2015); and A.D. Calvo returns to update on his feature "The Missing Girl".
  • Ep 314: Bruce Greenwood & Frank Hall Green (September 25, 2015)
    The new feature film, "Wildlike", is the focus of this episode. Guests include the director, Frank Hall Green, and actor Bruce Greenwood ("Sweet Hereafter", "Flight").
  • Ep 313: Meira Blaustein • Alan Zweig • Tomas Leach (September 18, 2015)
    The Founder & Executive Director of the Woodstock Film Festival, Meira Blaustein, is the first guest. Then Toronto-based documentary filmmaker Alan Zweig (“Vinyl”, “When Jews Were Funny”), followed by British filmmaker Tomas Leach with his new doc, “In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter“.
  • Ep 312: The Roger Corman Episode (September 9, 2015)
    The man who may have single handedly invented independent film, producer/director/actor Roger Corman on the podcast; also first time feature filmmaker Kent Moran with his new "The Challenger"; and author of the definitive biography of Lee Marvin: Point Blank, Dwayne Epstein.
  • Ep 311: Michael Beach Nichols & Christopher K. Walker • Stanley Nelson • Oren Moverman (September 2, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include the co-directors of the new documentary “Welcome to Leith” (First Run Features, 2015); Stanley Nelson director of the new documentary “The Blank Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution“; and director Oren Moverman discusses his new film starring Richard Gere, “Time Out of Mind” (IFC Films, 2015).
  • Ep 310: John Magery & Mickey Sumner • Jake Johnson & Joe Swanberg (August 22, 2015)
    Guests include the creative team behind "The Mend" (Cinedelicious, 2014) including filmmaker John Magery, actress Mickey Sumner & co-producer Myna Joseph; and two of the filmmakers behind "Digging for Fire" (The Orchard, 2015), actor Jake Johnson & returning to the podcast for his 4th visit, filmmaker Joe Swanberg.
  • Ep 309: Photographer & Filmmaker Jerry Schatzberg (August 18, 2015)
    Lgendary director of “The Panic in Needle Park” and “Scarecrow”, Jerry Schatzberg, is the guest in this lengthy conversation. Schatzberg reflects on his career as a filmmaker and photographer. Among the many famous photographs he took, the shot of Dylan for the cover of Blonde on Blonde, might be his most famous.
  • Ep 308: Colin Geddes • Sam de Jong • Gina Leibrecht (August 14, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include programmer Colin Geddes who curates the Midnight Madness & Vanguard sections of TIFF; Dutch filmmaker Sam de Jong discussing his first feature “Prince” produced in part by Vice Media; and documentary filmmaker/editor Gina Leibrecht with the re-issue of “How to Smell a Rose“.
  • Ep 307: Mark Reay & Thomas Wirthensohn (August 6, 2015)
    The director of the new documentary, “Homme Less“, Thomas Wirthensohn and the subject of the film Mark Reay, are the guests. The film follows photographer, model & actor Mark Reay though a period of his life in New York City, where he lives without a home. The film has a theatrical engagement at the IFC […]
  • Ep 306: James Ponsoldt • Patrick Wang • Alex R. Johnson (July 31, 2015)
    Guests include the director of “The End of the Tour”, James Ponsoldt; director of “The Grief of Others”, Patrick Wang; and the director of “Two Step”, Alex R. Johnson.
  • Ep 305: Kimberly Levin & Neal Huff • Brigid Maher • Primo, John Diaz & Keith Miller (July 22, 2015)
    “Runoff” director Kimberly Levin with her lead actor Neal Huff; Brigid Maher who has a new documentary feature called “The Mama Sherpas”; the team behind the new film “Five Star”, director Keith Miller & cast members Primo & John Diaz.
  • Ep 304: Joshua Oppenheimer • Marc Lafia • Heather Kafka & Jonny Mars (July 15, 2015)
    Guests on this episode of the podcast include Joshua Oppenheimer who discusses his latest film, “The Look of Silence”, his follow up to 2012’s “The Act of Killing”; multi media artist, the Brooklyn-based Marc Lafia; and Austin-based actors Heather Kafka and Jonny Mars.
  • Ep 303: Sean Baker & James Ransone • Jeff Lipsky (July 8, 2015)
    The guests are "Tangerine" director Sean Baker ("Starlet") and his lead actor James Ransone ("The Wire"); and filmmaker/distributor Jeff Lipsky ("Flannel Pajamas") discusses the distribution company he founded, Adopt Films, and his new film "Mad Women".
  • Ep 302: Producer Mike S. Ryan • Ryan Miller of Guster • Harrod Blank & Maureen Gosling (July 2, 2015)
    Mike S. Ryan, producer of "The Missing Girl" is the first guest; Guster front man Ryan Miller currently touring with their new album "Evermotion" is up next; and lastly, the producers of Les Blank's 1974 previously unreleased doc, "A Poem is a Naked Person", Maureen Gosling & Les's son Harrod Blank. The film is currently screening at Film Forum in NYC.
  • Ep 301: David Gordon Green Returns • Patrick Brice • Author Josh Karp (June 26, 2015)
    Filmmaker David Gordon Green returns for his 3rd appearance on the podcast to talk about his new movie, "Manglehorn" starring Al Pacino & Holly Hunter;  Patrick Brice makes his 1st appearance to discuss his 2 films, "The Overnight" and "Creep"; author Josh Karp discusses his book about Orson Welles' last unfinished movie, "The Other Side of the Wind".
  • Ep 300: John Sayles Returns (June 23, 2015)
    The patron saint of indie filmmakers, John Sayles (“Lone Star”, “The Brother From Another Planet”), helps to celebrate the podcast’s 300th Episode. This hour plus long chat took place in Austin, TX in the home of SxSW founder Louis Black, shortly before SxSW 2015 began. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available […]
  • Ep 299: Stephen Winter (June 18, 2015)
    Filmmaker Stephen Winter is the guest on this Fandor-sponsored episode of the podcast. Stephen’s new film “Jason and Shirley” just had its world premiere at BAMcinemaFest. The film is a fictional account of the day Shirley Clarke shot her seminal doc, Portrait of Jason. Catch “Jason and Shirley” at film festivals this summer and watch […]
  • Ep 298: Jason Schwartzman’s 1st Visit • Nathan Silver’s 3rd (June 10, 2015)
    The guests on this episode of the podcast include two good Jewish boys, actor Jason Schwartzman ("The Overnight", "7 Chinese Brothers") and filmmaker Nathan Silver ("Stinking Heaven", "Uncertain Terms"). This episode is sponsored by Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival.
  • Ep 297: William Fitzsimmons • Zac Stuart-Pontier • Larry Fessenden (June 3, 2015)
    Musician William Fitzsimmons with his new album Pittsburgh; film editor Zac Stuart-Pontier (Borderline Films) in a segment sponsored by editstock.com; and the director of the new horror film, "We Are Still Here", Ted Geoghegan with a returning Larry Fessenden of Glass Eye Pix.
  • Ep 296: Andrew Bujalski & Kevin Corrigan (May 28, 2015)
    My guests on this Fandor-sponsored episode of the podcast are filmmaker Andrew Bujalski and actor Kevin Corrigan. Their new film, "Results" which is being distributed by Magnolia Pictures, opens in theaters & on VOD Friday, May 29th.
  • Ep 295: Bryce Renninger • Leah Meyerhoff • Josh Alexander (May 27, 2015)
    The Director of Programming for the Brooklyn Film Festival, Bryce Renninger, whose 18th season begins on Friday, May 29th; “I Believe in Unicorns” director & founder of Film Fatales, Leah Meyerhoff; and filmmaker Josh Alexander who discusses “Souther Rites” on HBO and “Prescription Thugs” are all guests.
  • Ep 294: Comedian & Producer Jeffrey Gurian (May 20, 2015)
    Comedy impresario, author, stand-up, and so much more, Jeffrey Gurian is on the podcast.
  • Ep 293: Lucia Small Returns • Hampton’s David Nugent (May 13, 2015)
    Guests include Lucia Small whose collaboration with the late Ed Pincus, the documentary “One Cut, One Life” opens 5/13 at the IFC Center in NYC; and artistic director of the Hamptons International Film Festival, David Nugent.
  • Ep 292: Adam Rifkin (May 10, 2015)
    Adam Rifkin, director of "Giuseppe Makes a Movie", is the guest in this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast. "Giuseppe Makes a Movie" is currently streaming on Fandor. The film is about the making of Giuseppe's movie "Garbanzo Gas", also streaming on Fandor.
  • Ep 291: Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck • Kent Osborne & Todd Rohal • Yen Tan (May 8, 2015)
    Another episode from SxSW 2015 including "God Bless The Child" filmmakers Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck; "Uncle Kent 2" creative team Kent Osborne & director Todd Rohal; and Austin-based filmmaker & designer Yen Tan. Both "God Bless the Child" & "Uncle Kent 2" are both currently very much in the festival circuit.
  • Ep 290: Marc Schiller Returns • John Stuart Wildman & Justina Walford (May 4, 2015)
    Marc Schiller, CEO of Bond Strategy and Influence and Bond/360 plus the creative team behind the new horror comedy, “The Ladies of the House“, John Stuart Wildman & Justina Walford are the guests.
  • Ep 289: Filmwax Radio Live — Montclair Film Festival Edition (April 30, 2015)
    Filmwax Radio Live: Montclair Film Festival Edition. Panelists include Executive Director of the festival, Tom Hall, plus filmmakers Morgan Neville with his film “The Best of Friends”, Jessica Edwards with her film “Mavis”, and Chad Gracia & Fedor Alexandrovich with their film “The Russian Woodpecker. These films will all screen at the 2015 Montclair Film […]
  • Ep 288: Nick Broomfield Part 2 • Bill Plympton • Jonathan Howell (April 24, 2015)
    Guests on this episode of the podcast include Nick Broomfield discussing his new documentary "Tales of the Grim Sleeper" which premieres on HBO on 4/27; the animator Bill Plympton on his new feature "Cheatin'" which is currently available on Vimeo on Demand; and distributor Jonathan Howell discussing his company Big World Pictures.
  • Ep 287: Desiree Akhavan • Dena Seidel • Lisa Durden & Carol Bash (April 17, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include “Antarctic Edge:70° South” director Dena Seidel; Lisa Durden of the National Black Programming Consortium & filmmaker Carol Bash with her film “Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band“; and “Appropriate Behavior” director Desiree Akhavan from London.
  • Ep 286: Ondi Timoner • Luke Meyer & Tom Davis • Ross Partridge & Jennifer Lafleur (April 13, 2015)
    The second episode in a series recorded from SxSW 2015. Guests include Ondi Timoner with "Brand: A Second Coming"; Ross Partridge & Jennifer Lafleur with "Lamb"; and Luke Meyer & Tom Davis with "Breaking a Monster".
  • Ep 285: Bob Byington • Ben Dickinson • Eugene Kotlyarenko (April 8, 2015)
    This episode of the podcast is the first in a series recorded from SxSW 2015. Guests include Bob Byington with his film "7 Chinese Brother"s; Ben Dickinson and his film "Creative Control" & Eugene Kotlyarenko with his film "A Wonderful Cloud". All 3 films had their world premieres at the festival.
  • Ep 284: Olivier Assayas • Keiran Turner • Milan Mumin & Brane Bala (April 2, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include director Olivier Assayas with the new “Clouds of Sils Maria”; Kieran Turner discusses his new doc “Jobriath, A.D.“; and filmmaker Brane Bala & actor/musician Milan Mumin with their film “Love Hunter“.
  • Ep 283: FIX Shorts Filmmakers Maya Erdelyi, David Schendel, Ben Russell, Monihan & Lori Felker (March 31, 2015)
    FIX Shorts Filmmakers Ben Russell, Maya Erdelyi, Monihan, David Schendel & Lori Felker discuss their new shorts which Fandor is underwriting. Each are also doing a Kickstarter campaign to raise a matching amount.
  • Ep 282: Sophie Hyde (March 31, 2015)
    The director of the new film “52 Tuesdays”, Sophie Hyde of Australia, is the guest on this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast. The film opens in select cities on Friday, March 27th and will also debut on Fandor.com.
  • Ep 281: Bill & Turner Ross • Brooke Bloom & Anja Marquardt • Michael King (March 31, 2015)
    The guests on this episode include Wisconsin Film Festival senior programmer Michael King, Bill & Turner Ross with their new film “Western”; and Anja Marquardt & Brooke Bloom with their film “She’s Lost Control“.
  • Ep 280: Bob Berger & Pat Daniels (March 24, 2015)
    The 2 co-directors of the hybrid film “Charlie Victor Romeo” are the guests; Bob Berger & Pat Daniels. The film is currently available for streaming on Netflix among other digital platforms.
  • Ep 279: The Brothers Zellner • Nick Broomfield Part 1 • Eugène Green (March 18, 2015)
    Guests include the Zellner Brothers, Nathan & David, with their new "Kumiko The Treasure Hunter"; Nick Broomfield discusses his back catalog currently streaming on Fandor; and Eugène Green discusses his new film "La Sapienza".
  • Ep 278: Filmmakers Farihah Zaman & Jeff Reichert • Eric Steel • A.D. Calvo (March 13, 2015)
    Guests include filmmakers Farihah Zaman & Jeff Reichert with their 2 films “Remote Area Medical” & “This Time Next Year“; Eric Steel & the 10th anniversary of “The Bridge“; and director of “The Missing Girl“, A.D. Calvo.
  • Ep 277: Actress Brandy Burre & Filmmaker Joel Potrykus Returns (March 6, 2015)
    Guests include actress & subject of the documentary "Actress", Brandy Burre; and the filmmaker Joel Potrykus whose latest film, "Buzzard", has its theatrical in 18 cities starting Friday, March 6th.
  • Ep 276: Christopher Allen • Jesse Moss • Sandy McLeod (February 27, 2015)
    Guests on this episode include founder of UnionDocs, Christopher Allen; “The Overnighters” filmmaker Jesse Moss; and “Seeds of Time” filmmaker Sandy McLeod.
  • Ep 275: Legendary Director John Boorman (February 25, 2015)
    Legendary film director John Boorman ("Deliverance", "Point Blank") is the guest. His latest feature film, "Queen and Country" —a sequel to 1987's "Hope & Glory"— is currently entering its second week at Film Forum in NYC. We also discuss his relationship with Sean Connery & Toshiro Mifune, as well as his love of trees.
  • Ep 274: Debra McClutchy • Marshall Curry Returns • David Thorpe (February 23, 2015)
    Guests include Oscilloscope producer Debra McClutchy discussing the restoration of Kelly Reichardt’s debut feature “River of Grass”; documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry with his new film “Point & Shoot“; and the director of the new documentary, “Do I Sound Gay?”, David Thorpe.
  • Ep 273: DJ Spooky & Bret Wood • Sean Gullette • Margaret Brown Returns (February 17, 2015)
    Guests include Bret Wood and DJ Spooky who discuss the new Kino Lorber box set “Pioneers of African American Cinema”; Sean Gullette on his new film “Traitors“; and Margaret Brown on her earlier documentary feature “Be Here to Love Me“, now available on Fandor.
  • Ep 272: Kickstarter’s George Schmalz • Amanda Rose Wilder & Alex Khost • Brandon Colvin & Tony Oswald (February 14, 2015)
    Guests include one of Kickstarter‘s film leads George Schmalz to discuss The Archive Projects initiative; director of “Approaching the Elephant” Amanda Rose Wilder & her film’s subject Alex Khost; & the creative team behind the film “Sabbatical” director Brandon Colvin & editor Tony Oswald.
  • Ep 271: Charles Busch • Sam Knowles • George Manatos, Cris Lankeneau & Alexandra Clayton (February 5, 2015)
    Guests on this Reel Works sponsored episode include filmmaker Sam Knowles, actor/playwright Charles Busch, and the team behind the new lo-budge indie film “Red Right Return”, director George Manatos & actors Alexandra Clayton  and Cris Lankeneau.
  • Ep 270: Getting Stoned with Caveh Zahedi (February 3, 2015)
    Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi (“The Sheik & I”, “Tripping with Caveh”) is the guest for an expanded conversation in this Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast. The 1st two episodes Caveh’s new web series “Getting Stoned with Caveh” are now available on Fandor.
  • Ep 269: Scott Rogowsky • Jhovanny Bisoni, Dr. Keneca Boyce, KT Nelson & Squeaky Moore • Catherine Gund (January 26, 2015)
    Guests include the comedian & talk show host Scott Rogowsky; Jhovanny Bisono who discusses his short doc; a conversation with Dr. Keneca Boyce, Squeaky Moore & KT Nelson on depression among African American males; & filmmaker Catherine Gund on her new doc "Born to Fly".
  • Ep 268: Richard Kaplan (January 19, 2015)
    Richard Kaplan, one of the producers of the seminal documentary, “King: A Filmed Record…Montgomery to Memphis”, is the guest on this special episode dedicated to the memory & legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Ep 267: Editor Michael Taylor (January 14, 2015)
    Ubiquitous indie film editor Michael Taylor is the guest. This is the 4th in a multi-part series of interviews that were conducted from the set of Alex Calvo's new dark comedy, "The Missing Girl". Past episodes in this series included interviews with actors Robert Longstreet, Alexia Rasmussen & Thomas Jay Ryan.
  • Ep 266: David Schwartz & Aliza Ma • Alexia Rasmussen • Yael Reuveny (January 7, 2015)
    Guests include First Look Film Festival programmers David Schwartz & Aliza Ma which is to take place at MoMI 1/9-1/18; the actress Alexia Rasmussen from my ongoing series on Alex Calvo’s new indie, “The Missing Girl”; and filmmaker Yael Reuveny discussing her new documentary “Farewell Herr Schwarz” distributed by Kino Lorber.
  • Ep 265: Thomas Jay Ryan (January 1, 2015)
    Actor Thomas Jay Ryan appears in the upcoming "Ned Rifle", the third in Hal Hartley's Henry Fool cycle which also includes 2007's "Fay Grim", Thomas is also appearing in A.D. Calvo's "The Missing Girl".
  • Ep 264: Monte Hellman (December 24, 2014)
    Legendary director of "Two-Lane Black Top" & "Cockfighter", Monte Hellman, is the guest on this year-end episode. You can purchase a wonderful restored Blu-ray/DVD of "Two-Lane" from The Criterion Collection as well as the combo of "Ride in the Whirlwind"/"The Shooting". His film "Iguana" is available from Kino Lorber on Blu-ray as well.
  • Ep 263: Eric Kohn • Nuri Bilge Ceylan • Pawel Pawlikowski (December 19, 2014)
    Indiewire's Eric Kohn returns for a look back at the year in indie film. Filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan discusses his new film "Winter Sleep" which opens theatrically in NYC Friday, 12/19. The film won the Palm D'Or at Cannes this year. Last up a front runner for Best Foreign Film Oscar, "Ida" director Pawel Pawlikowski; the film opens for a return engagement on Friday, 12/19 in NYC.
  • Ep 262: Comedian Pauly Shore • Journalist John Anderson (December 15, 2014)
    Comedian Pauly Shore discusses his documentary "Pauly Shore Stands Alone" which is currently on Showtime. Then journalist John Anderson & I discuss the career of Todd Haynes; a new edition of Haynes' "Safe" has recently become available in the Criterion Collection.
  • Ep 261: Alexandre Rockwell & Frances Bodomo • Khallik Allah (December 14, 2014)
    Guests on this Reel Works sponsored episode of the podcast include "Field Niggas" filmmaker Khallik Allah, and in the second segment Frances Bodomo & Alexandre Rockwell who discuss the pairing of their films "Boneshaker" and "Little Feet" respectively.
  • Ep 260: Liv Ullmann • Chuck Workman • Göran Hugo Olsson (December 6, 2014)
    Guests include actress & director Liv Ullmann with her new film "Miss Julie"; documentary filmmaking legend Chuck Workman with his new film about Orson Welles, "Magician"; and Göran Olsson ("Black Power Mix Tape") with his new doc, "Concerning Violence".
  • Ep 259: Robert Downey, Sr. (December 3, 2014)
    The father of American underground cinema, Robert Downey, Sr., is the guest on this special episode of the podcast. For those around the Los Angeles area, Cinefamily will be launching a retrospective, “Truth & Soul, Inc: The Films of Robert Downey, Sr.” from December 5th through the 8th.
  • Ep 258: Robert Longstreet (November 28, 2014)
    Actor Robert Longstreet ("Thou Was Mild & Lovely", "Septien") is the guest in this feisty Thanksgiving holiday episode of the podcast. This is the first in a series of podcasts recorded live from the set of the new A.D. Calvo directed indie film, "The Missing Girl".
  • Ep 257: Ana Lily Amirpour & Sheila Vand • Jason Ritter • Maya Erdelyi (November 22, 2014)
    Ana Lily Amirpour, director of "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night" & her lead actress Sheila Wand are the guests in the first segment. Also actor Jason Ritter ("Gravity Falls") & animator Maya Erdelyi. This episode is sponsored by Fandor.
  • Ep 256: Lacey Schwartz • Brian Wilson & Tony Hale • Nicky Vreeland (November 19, 2014)
    In this episode sponsored by Reel Works, guests include Lacey Schwartz with her documentary “Little White Lie“; Brian Wilson & Tony Hale discuss the screening of their film “A Will For the Woods“; and the subject of a new documentary, “Monk With a Camera“, Nicky Vreeland.
  • Ep 255: Josephine Decker (November 14, 2014)
    Filmmaker Josephine Decker (“Bi The Way”) discusses her two new film, “Butter on the Latch“ & “Thou Wast Mild and Lovely“, on this Fandor-sponsored episode of the podcast. Both films are currently available for streaming on Fandor, and for New Yorkers, you have through November 20th to see the films at IFP’s Made in NY Media […]
  • Ep 254: Frederick Wiseman (November 12, 2014)
    Frederick Wiseman (“High School”, “Boxing Gym”) has made over 40 documentaries about institutions. He’s back with his latest work, “National Gallery”, already being referred to as a masterpiece. The film takes a look at both life in the gallery among museum-goers as well as meetings in the back offices. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast […]
  • Ep 253: Melissa Silverstein • Ingrid Veninger (November 8, 2014)
    My guests include Toronto-based filmmaker & founder of Punk Films, Ingrid Veninger; and Women and Hollywood blogger —and now pocaster— Melissa Silverstein.
  • Ep 252: Dick Cavett (November 5, 2014)
    Talk show host legend Dick Cavett is the guest in this extended conversation. Cavett has a new book which just came out called Brief Encounters: Conversations, Magic Moments, and Assorted Hijinks and published by Henry Holt.
  • Ep 251: Joe Angio & Jon Langford • Tom Hall • Joanna Hogg (October 31, 2014)
    Guests include one of the founders of the band The Mekons, Jon Langford, and the director the documentary "Revenge of the Mekons", Joe Angio; programmer for the Montclair Film Festival, Tom Hall; and British filmmaker Joanna Hogg ("Exhibition", "Unrelated").
  • Ep 250: Margaret Brown • Jeremy Workman & Chuck Workman • Jean-Yves Ollivier (October 28, 2014)
    Another docu-tastic episode with filmmaker Margaret Brown & her new film "The Great Invisible"; then father and son Chuck Workman ("Magician") and Jeremy Workman ("Magical Uniderse"); also Jean-Yves Ollivier ("Plot for Peace").
  • Ep 249: Volker Schlöndorff • Zachary Wigon & Kate Lyn Sheil • Gregory Kohn (October 23, 2014)
    Director Volker Schlöndorff ("The Tin Drum") discusses his new film, "Diplomacy"; filmmaker Zachary Wigon and actress Kate Lyn Shiel discuss their new film, "The Heart Machine"; and filmmaker Gregory Kohn has a Kickstarter campaign for his new project, "Come Down, Molly".
  • Ep 248: Larry Fessenden (October 20, 2014)
    Producer, actor, director, and the founder of Glass Eye Pix, Larry Fessenden is the guest in this Fandor-sponsored episode celebrating Halloween! We discuss Larry's life & career of genre filmmaking. We also discuss side projects like his band Just Desserts & their new album, Lost in Love, as well as the series of audio plays, "Tales From Beyond the Pale".
  • Ep 247: Teddy Collatos (October 14, 2014)
    The filmmaker Teddy Collatos (Move) is the guest. His latest feature film, “Dipso”, will be having a free screening at Videology on Monday, October 20, 9:30 PM in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I will be moderating the Q&A.
  • Ep 246: Ted Melfi • Samir (October 10, 2014)
    "St. Vincent" director Ted Melfi is up first; followed by documentary filmmaker Samir about his film "Iraqi Odyssey" which I caught at TIFF.
  • Ep 245: Woodstock Film Festival’s Meira Blaustein • Michael Wechsler • Kevin Schreck (October 5, 2014)
    The co-founder and Executive Director of the Woodstock Film Festival, Meira Blaustein is the first guest; filmmaker Michael Wechsler (“The Red Robin“); and Kevin Schreck, director of “Persistence of Vision“.
  • Ep 244: Jon Alpert • Vanessa Lapa • Femke Wolting & Tommy Pallotta (October 5, 2014)
    Guests include DCTV’s Co-Executive Director & Co-Founder Jon Alpert who discusses the youth program’s new series, “Our Cameras, Our Stories”; the filmmaker Vanessa Lapa with her film “The Decent One”; and “Last Hijack” co-directors, Femke Wolting & Tommy Pallotta.
  • Ep 243: Hellaware director Michael Bilandic (October 4, 2014)
    In this Fandor sponsored episode  of the podcast, “Hellaware” director Michael Bilandic is the guest. The film, which is currently streaming on Fandor, stars Keith Poulson, Sophia Takal, Brent Butler, and Kate Lyn Sheil.
  • Ep 242: THIS AIN’T NO MOUSE MUSIC • Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond (September 29, 2014)
    The team behind the documentary “This Ain’t No Mouse Music“, Maureen Gosling & Chris Simon along with the film’s subject, Chris Strachwitz founder of Arhoolie Records, plus Jim Browne of Argot Pictures; also, the team behind “Le Petite Chambre” filmmakers Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond.
  • Ep 241: Godfrey Cheshire & Scout Tafoya • Filmmaker Lucia Small (September 29, 2014)
    Documentary filmmaker Lucia Small discusses her recent film “One Cut, One Life” which she co-directed with the late Ed Pincus. The film will have its NY premiere at The New York Film Festival. Also discussing the festival are rogerebert.com critics Godfrey Cheshire & Scout Tafoya.
  • Ep 240: Director of the NYFF Kent Jones (September 19, 2014)
    The Director of the New York Film Festival, Kent Jones, comes on to discuss its 52nd installment. He also discusses his love of Godard, the influences of growing up in the Berkshires, and much more in this special conversation. The festival runs from September 26 through October 12th.
  • Ep 239: Laura Nix & The Yes Men • Ted Hope • Tugg’s Brian Parsons (September 17, 2014)
    Guests include the creative team behind the new doc "The Yes Men Are Revolting" which had its world premiere recently at the Toronto International Film Festival; Ted Hope on his new book Hope For Film; and the Head of Content Partnerships at Tugg, Brian Parsons.
  • Ep 238: Matthew Bonifacio & Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio (September 11, 2014)
    Guests for this episode are director Matthew Bonifacio (“Lbs“) & actress/producer Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio have collaborated on the new dramedy, “The Quitter“. Their film will have its theatrical premiere in NYC on Friday, September 12 at the Regal Cinemas E-Walk.
  • Ep 237: IFP’s Milton Tabbot • Filmmaker Tim Sutton (September 5, 2014)
    IFP’s Senior Director of Programming, Milton Tabbot, discusses Independent Film Week, which takes place September 14th — 18th in New York City. Also, filmmaker Tim Sutton (“Pavilion”) with his new film, “Memphis“, in theaters in New York on 9/5 & in L.A. on 9/12.
  • Ep 236: Dan Schechter Returns (August 28, 2014)
    Filmmaker Dan Schechter (“Supporting Characters“) returns to discuss his new movie, “Life of Crime“, an adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel starring Jennifer Aniston. The film is being distributed by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. Also a brief visit by filmmakers Martha Shane & Lana Wilson whose doc, “After Tiller“, premieres on POV.
  • Ep 235: Kenn Lowy • Alex & Andrew Smith • Thomas Allen Harris (August 27, 2014)
    Guests include Brooklyn Heights Cinema owner Kenn Lowy; the co-directors of “Winter in the Blood“, brothers Alex & Andrew Smith; and Thomas Allen Harris, director of the new documentary “Through a Lens Darkly“.
  • Ep 234: Ira Sachs Returns (August 26, 2014)
    Filmmaker Ira Sachs returns to the podcast for this Fandor sponsored episode. Ira’s new film, “Love is Strange“, opens theatrically today.  The film stars John Lithgow and Alfred Molina as Ben and George who take advantage of New York’s recently evolved marriage laws by tying the knot. George promptly loses his job as a music teacher in […]
  • Ep 233: Critic Glenn Kenny • Filmmaker Jennifer Kroot (August 22, 2014)
    Journalist & founder of the popular film blog Some Came Running, Glenn Kenny. Glenn’s new book, Robert De Niro: Anatomy of an Actor  is currently available for purchase. The filmmaker Jennifer Kroot whose documentary, “To Be Takei“, about the actor/activist George Takei, also stops by. Her film, which was a hit at Sundance, is now in […]
  • Ep 232: Editor Sam Pollard (August 19, 2014)
    The legendary filmmaker and editor, Sam Pollard, stops by. Sam recounts his early years growing up in Harlem, his journey finding his way to filmmaking, and working with Spike Lee, among other things. Sam also shares his love of Hollywood westerns and B movies. This is a fun episode with someone who is a definite […]
  • Ep 231: THE DOG • Shosh Shlam & Hilla Medalia • Michael Rossato-Bennett (August 15, 2014)
    An episode devoted to new documentaries with filmmakers Frank Keraudren & Allison Berg who made "The Dog", Shosh Shlam & Hilla Medalia who made "Web Junkie", and Michael Rossato-Bennett who made the film "Alive Inside".
  • Ep 230: Director Tom Gilroy (August 5, 2014)
    In this Fandor sponsored episode, I interview “The Cold Lands“ director Tom Gilroy. The film is currently available for streaming on Fandor. 
  • Ep 229: Alex Gibney • Dan Krauss (August 2, 2014)
    Oscar winning filmmaker Alex Gibney ("Taxi to the Dark Side", "The Armstrong Lie") has a new documentary,  "Finding Fela" on the life of global music superstar, Fela Kuti. The film is screening at the IFC Center. Then I'm joined by Dan Krauss whose first feature, "The Kill Team", is also currently in theaters.
  • Ep 228: Eric Kohn • Ted Hope • Amy Browne & Jeremy Kaplan (July 29, 2014)
    Guests include indieWire's chief film critic & senior editor, Eric Kohn; Fandor CEO Ted Hope discussing new initiatives at the company; and Amy Browne & Jeremy Kaplan —two of the four filmmakers— behind the new documentary, "A Will For The Woods", which opens theatrically in NYC on 8/15.
  • Ep 227: Joe Swanberg Returns (July 25, 2014)
    Joe Swanberg ("Drinking Buddies") returns to the podcast to discuss his latest, "Happy Christmas".  This episode is sponsored by Fandor where you may currently watch 4 of Swanberg's films including "The Zone", "Silver Bullets", "Art History",and "All The Light In The Sky".
  • Ep 226: Lisa Gossels • Jacki Weaver • Adam Kahan (July 22, 2014)
    Guests on this episode include actress Jacki Weaver ("Animal Kingdom", "Silver Linings Playbook") who is starring in Woody Allen's new "Magic in the Moonlight", and documentary filmmakers Lisa Gossels ("My So-Called Enemy") and Adam Kahan ("The Case of the Three Sided Dream"). This episode is sponsored by Reel Works.
  • Ep 225: Daphne Rubin-Vega & Jayce Bartok (July 11, 2014)
    Actress Daphne Rubin-Vega & actor/filmmaker Jayce Bartok are the guests. Jayce’s directorial debut feature film, “Fall to Rise” is the story of 2 modern dancers who form an unlikely friendship.
  • Ep 224: Maestro Bernardo Bertolucci (July 8, 2014)
    Legendary filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci ("Last Tango in Paris", "The Conformist") is the guest. Bertolucci is back after a self-imposed hiatus with a new film, his first shot in Italy in about 30 years, called "Me and You" (or "Io y Te"). The film is currently in theaters. This episode is sponsored by Fandor.
  • Ep 223: Filmmaker Steve James (July 3, 2014)
    The Chicago-based documentary filmmaker Steve James is the sole guest on this episode of the podcast. Steve has a new film coming out Friday, July 4th about the life and career of the Pulitzer prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert called "Life Itself".
  • Ep 222: Paul Haggis (June 30, 2014)
    The Oscar winning screenwriter and film director Paul Haggis is on the show. Paul’s new film, “Third Person”, is currently in theaters. We also chat about a charity he founded called Artists for Peace and Justice which raises money for famine relief in post-earthquake Haiti.
  • Ep 221: Brian Knappenberger • Doug Block (June 24, 2014)
    Two extraordinary documentary filmmakers appear on this episode of Filmwax Radio: Brian Knappenberger with his new film, “The Internet’s Own Boy“; and Doug Block (“51 Birch Street”) with his much anticipated “112 Weddings”.
  • Jonathan Caouette Returns (June 21, 2014)
    Filmwax Radio friend, Jonathan Caouette, returns to the podcast —he was last on Episode 47— to discuss a new film series he’s curating at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg celebrating Pride Month, and to take place June 26th through the 29th. We diverge from film quite a bit in this “director’s cut” edit of the podcast; […]
  • Ep 219: Olympia Dukakis & Harry Mavromichalis • Jonathan Caouette (June 17, 2014)
    The Kickstarter campaign for Harry Mavromichalis' documentary, "Olympia Dukakis: Undefined" —about the life of the beloved star of stage and screen— ends shortly. Consider contributing after listening to them on the podcast. They're followed by returning Filmwax Radio friend, filmmaker Jonathan Caouette ("Tarnation").
  • Ep 218: Chris Mason Johnson • Rachel Beth Anderson & Tim Grucza (June 12, 2014)
    Guests on this episode include Chris Mason Johnson the director of the new drama “Test“; and filmmakers behind the new documentary “First to Fall“, Rachel Beth Anderson & Tim Grucza, which is premiering at the New York Human Rights Watch Film Festival next week.
  • Ep 217: BAMcinemaFest Programmers • Darius Clark Monroe (June 9, 2014)
    BAMcinemaFest runs from 6/18—29; the programmers including Ryan Werner, Gabriele Caroti, Nellie Killian & David Reilly, visit the show to talk about the festival. Also filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe stops by to discuss his first feature documentary, “Evolution of a Criminal”.
  • Ep 216: Carl Deal & Tia Lessin • Michael Tully • PJ Raval & Ty Martin (June 4, 2014)
    The guests on this episode of the podcast include the team behind Citizen Koch, Carl Deal & Tia Lessin; filmmaker Michael Tully with his new comedy Ping Pong Summer; and filmmaker PJ Raval with one of the subjects from his film Before You Know It, Ty Martin.
  • Ep 215: NIGHT MOVES Editon: Kelly Reichardt & Peter Sarsgaard (May 30, 2014)
    Filmmaker Kelly Reichardt ("Meek's Cutoff") & actor Peter Sarsgaard ("Blue Jasmine"). Kelly's latest film "Night Moves" starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning & Sarsgaard, about a trio of passionate environmentalists who plot to blow up a dam in Oregon, opens May 30th in NYC and LA. This episode of Filmwax Radio is sponsored by Fandor.
  • Ep 214: Megan Griffiths & Emily Wachtel • Livia De Paolis & Danelle Eliav • Joel Fendelman (May 26, 2014)
    Guests include the director of the new comedy, "Lucky Them", Megan Griffiths ("The Off Hours") and her producer, Emily Wachtel; the director of "Emoticon ;)", actress Livia DiPaolis and her producer, Danelle Eliav; and the filmmaker Joel Fendelman ("David".
  • Ep 213: Griffin Dunne & Justin Schwarz • Nabil Ayouch • Sam Fleischner (May 20, 2014)
    Guests include first time feature director of "The Discoverers", Justin Schwarz with his lead actor the legendary Griffin Dunne; Morocco-based filmmaker Nabil Ayouch who's new film "Horses of God" is currently playing at the Film Forum in NYC; and, finally, the filmmaker Sam Fleischner who discusses his new narrative film "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors".
  • Ep 212: Malik Bendjelloul Remembered (May 14, 2014)
    "Searching for Sugar Man" director, Malik Bendjelloul was found dead in his Stockholm apartment yesterday. I spoke with this hugely talented and sweet natured man a couple of years ago during the Tribeca Film Festival. My condolences to his loved ones.
  • Ep 211: D.A. Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus (May 13, 2014)
    I welcome veteran documentary filmmaking team D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus to the podcast for an extended conversation.
  • Ep 210: Jem Cohen (May 7, 2014)
    Filmmaker Jem Cohen ("Museum Hours") is the guest on this special Fandor sponsored episode of the podcast.
  • Ep 209: Reel Works’ John Williams • VHX’s Jamie Wilkinson (May 2, 2014)
    The guests on this episode include Reel Works' Executive Director John Williams and VHX co-founder Jamie Wilkinson.
  • Ep 208: Live Show with Dan Nuxoll, Onur Tukel, Desiree Akhavan & Gillian Robespierre (April 28, 2014)
    Guests on this live episode include Director of Programming at Rooftop Films, Dan Nuxoll, and filmmakers Onur Tukel, Desiree Akhavan and Gillian Robespierre. The event was sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits, presented by Rooftop Films & took place at Videology.
  • Ep 207: Aaron Katz • Jeremy Saulnier • Zack Parker (April 23, 2014)
    This episode of Filmwax Radio centers on three new narrative features: the team behind the comedy "Land Ho!" including co-directors Aaron Katz & Martha Stephens; "Blue Ruin" director Jeremy Saulnier and lead actor Macon Blair; plus Zack Parker director of the suspense thriller "Proxy".
  • Ep 206: Robert Greene Returns (April 18, 2014)
    Filmmaker and podcast friend Robert Greene returns to discuss his latest film, "Actress", which is having its New York Premiere at Lincoln Center this weekend.
  • Ep 205: David Gordon Green Returns • Karl Jacob & Arin Crumley (April 11, 2014)
    Filmmaker David Gordon Green returns to the podcast to discuss his new film "Prince Avalanche". Then filmmakers Karl Jacob & Arin Crumley discuss filmmaking careers in the second segment.
  • Ep 204: Liz Garbus (April 8, 2014)
    Documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus (“Bobby Fischer Against the World”) is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio.
  • Ep 203: Jason Osder • Deidre Schoo & Michael Beach Nichols • Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum (April 3, 2014)
    Guests on this episode include Jason Osder who discusses his new documentary “Let The Fire Burn“; Deidre Schoo & Michael Beach Nichols discuss “Flex is Kings”; and filmmakers Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum are raising money for their new project, Letters From Baghdad, which tells the mostly unknown story of writer & spy Gertrude Bell.
  • Ep 202: Onur Tukel Returns (March 30, 2014)
    Filmmaker Onur Tukel discusses his most feature comedy “Richard’s Wedding” premiere on Fandor and his newest film, “Summer of Blood”, which will have its World Premiere  at the Tribeca Film Festival this Spring.
  • Ep 201: Azazel Jacobs • Daniel Patrick Carbone • Kenn Lowy (March 26, 2014)
    Filmmakers Azazel Jacobs discusses his new HBO series "Doll & Em"; filmmaker Daniel Patrick Carbone discusses his feature "Hide Your Smiling Faces"; and the Brooklyn Heights Cinema owner, Kenn Lowy updates us on the theater.
  • Ep 200: Barbara Kopple (March 18, 2014)
    Documentary filmmaking legend Barbara Kopple ("Harlan County, USA") is the guest on this milestone 200th episode of the podcast.
  • Ep 199: Lili Taylor • Jytte Jensen & Dennis Lim • Eliza • Matt Wolf (March 12, 2014)
    Lili Taylor discusses “The Cold Lands“; the 43rd season of New Directors/New Films discussed by programmers Dennis Lim (Film Society of Lincoln Center) & Jytte Jensen (MoMA); Eliza Hittman returns; and Matt Wolf discusses “Teenage“.
  • Ep 198: Valeria Golino & Jasmine Trinca • Robert May • BFC (March 5, 2014)
    The new Italian film “Honey” (“Miele”) is the focus of the first segment. Filmmaker Valeria Golina & actress Jasmine Trinca are the guestsThen filmmaker Robert May & his new documentary”Kids For Cash“; lastly, Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective members Keith Miller, Iva Radivojevic & Alex Mallis.
  • Ep 197: Oscar Nominated Docs (February 28, 2014)
    All 5 Oscar-nominated filmmakers: Morgan Neville (“20 Feet From Stardom“), Zachary Heinzerling, (“Cutie and The Boxer“), Rick Rowley (“Dirty Wars“), Joshua Oppenheimer (“The Act of Killing“), & Jehane Noujaim & Karim Amir (“The Square“).
  • Ep 196: Jay Rosenblatt • Rose Vincelli & Dan Schoenbrun (February 25, 2014)
    Experimental filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt (“Phantom Limb”) is the guest in this Fandor sponsored episode. Also, IFP staff members Rose Vincelli (Producer & Program Manager) and Dan Schoenbrun (Communications & Programming Coordinator). Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 195: Richard Lorber • Joshua Weinstein & Jean Tsien (February 19, 2014)
    CEO of Kino Lorber, Richard Lorber, is the first guest; then filmmaker Joshua Weinstein & producer Jean Tsien discuss their documentary "Drivers Wanted". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 194: Karl Jacob (February 14, 2014)
    "Pollywogs" director Karl Jacob is the guest. Well, fellow filmmaker Arin Crumley chimes in here and there, but there will be a follow up Part 2 with Arin. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 193: Jessica Green • Gavin Smith • Sally Berger (February 12, 2014)
    Filmwax Radio takes a look at film programming in New York City with three of the best: Maysles Cinema‘s Jessica Green, Film Society of Lincoln Center‘s Gavin Smith & MoMA‘s Sally Berger. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 192: Bryan Poyser Returns (February 7, 2014)
    Film director Bryan Poyser (“Dear Pillow”, “Lovers of Hate”) returns to the podcast to discuss the NYC theatrical for his latest film “Love & Air Sex” (f/k/a “The Bounceback”). Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 191: Hal Hartley (February 4, 2014)
    Filmmaking legend Hal Hartley ("The Unbelievable Truth", "Simple Men") is the sole guest on Episode 191. Hal is about to begin production of his 13th feature film, "Ned Rifle", the 3rd of a trilogy which also includes "Henry Fool" & "Fay Grim". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 190: Lotfy Nathan • Don & Katha Cato (January 28, 2014)
    Lotfy Nathan, director of the documentary “12 O’Clock Boys“, is the guest in the first segment of this episode. Also, Queens World Film Festival co-founders, Don & Katha Cato. Since  Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 189: Actor Chris Doubek (January 24, 2014)
    Austin-based indie film actor Chris Doubek is the sole guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. Chris has upcoming roles in Geoff Marslett's "Loves Her Gun" & Zach Clark's "White Reindeer". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 188: Nathan Silver Returns (January 21, 2014)
    This episode of Filmwax Radio, sponsored by Fandor, welcomes back filmmaker Nathan Silver returns to the podcast for a longer conversation. We primarily chat about his latest film, "Exit Elena" which may be currently streaming at fandor.com. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 187: Vimeo’s Jeremy Boxer • Filmmaker Jillian Schlesinger (January 14, 2014)
    Creative Director of Film & Video at Vimeo, Jeremy Boxer, is the first guest; the filmmaker behind the new documentary, “Maidentrip“, Jillian Schlesinger, stops by. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 186: Alex Karpovsky Returns (January 10, 2014)
    Longtime Filmwax Radio friend Alex Karpovsky returns for another visit. Alex just appeared in the Coen Brothers’ new film, “Inside Llewyn Davis“. He also returns to the role of Ray Ploshansky for a 3rd season of “Girls“. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher […]
  • Ep 185: Geoff Marslett & Trieste Kelly Dunn (January 7, 2014)
    This episode of Filmwax Radio celebrates the new indie film “Loves Her Gun” with Austin-based director Geoff Marslett (“Mars”) and actress Trieste Kelly Dunn (“Cold Weather”). Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films. Like us on Facebook.
  • Ep 184: David Schwartz • Esther Robinson • Joel Potrykus (January 5, 2014)
    Chief Curator of the Museum of the Moving Image, David Schwartz discusses the film showcase, First Look. Esther Robinson returns to discuss the upcoming Cinema Eye Honors; & filmmaker Joel Potrykus with “Ape”. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 183: Alexandre Rockwell (January 3, 2014)
    Filmmaker Alexandre Rockwell is the guest; returning to bare basics, Rockwell is back with a new film called “Little Feet” starring his two children among the young cast. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films.
  • Ep 181: Jane Adams & Sophia Takal • Brandon Harris’ 4th (December 20, 2013)
    In the last episode of the year, Adam sits down with Jane Adams & Sophia Takal.[7 mins. 8 secs] .Both co-star in Joe Swanberg’s latest film “All the Light in the Sky“. [41 mins. 1 sec.] Adam then visits the Bed Stuy home of Journalist Brandon Harris for his 3rd interview with Filmwax. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop […]
  • 180: Al Maysles (December 15, 2013)
    The father of direct cinema, Al Maysles (“Grey Gardens”) who recently turned 87, is the guest on this episode. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 179: Neil LaBute • Jason Banker & Jorge Torres-Torres (December 10, 2013)
    Neil LaBute (“In the Company of Men”) discusses his latest feature film “Some Velvet Morning“; Jason Banker & Jorge Torres-Torres on their “Toad Road”. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 178: WHITE REINDEER • Katja Blichfeld & Ben Sinclair (December 3, 2013)
    Filmmaker Zach Clark is joined by his leading lady Anna Margaret Hollyman & producer Melodie Sisk with their film “White Reindeer“; and the creators of the web series “High Maintenance“. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 177: Michel Gondry • Jessica Edwards (November 25, 2013)
    Michel Gondry and his new animated documentary, "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?" & filmmaker Jessica Edwards comes on to discuss the new book she's published through her production company, Film First, Tell Me Something.Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T
  • Ep 176: Marc Schiller (November 22, 2013)
    CEO & founder of Bond Strategy & Influence, Marc Schiller, is the sole guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 175: Kathleen Hanna • Basil Tsiokos • Laura Checkoway (November 18, 2013)
    DOC NYC programmer Basil Tsiokos; musical artist Kathleen Hanna is the subject of a new documentary called "The Punk Singer"; Laura Checkoway has a documentary called "Lucky" about Lucky Torres.
  • Ep 173: John Sayles & Yolonda Ross • Terence Nance (November 6, 2013)
    Legendary director John Salyes ("The Brother From Another Planet") is the guest. He's joined by one of his latest film's leading actresses, Yolonda Ross; then Terence Nance returns to the podcast. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 172: Jonathan Lisecki & Stacie Passon • Bryan Poyser (October 29, 2013)
    A frank conversation about filmmaking with indie filmmakers Jonathan Lisecki (“Gayby“) and Stacie Passon (“Concussion“), plus filmmaker Bryan Poyser discusses his SxSW hit “Love & Air Sex“. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 171: Jehane Noujaim & Kamir Amer • Jason DaSilva • Zachary Levy (October 23, 2013)
    The filmmaking team behind “The Square“, director Jehane Noujaim &  producer Karim Amer. Then Jason DaSilva discusses his film “When I Walk“; plus Zachary Levy returns. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 170: Tim Blake Nelson • Thom Powers (October 18, 2013)
    Thom Powers recently recovered from his 8th season programming docs at the Toronto International Film Festival & now moves on to DOC NYC. Actor Tim Blake Nelson discusses a recent comedy he stars in called "Adventures From The Sin Bin", Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 169: Joe Brewster & Michèle Stephenson (October 16, 2013)
    The guests on this episode of Filmwax Radio are Joe Brewster & Michèle Stephenson, who discuss their new documentary, “American Promise“. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 168: Claire Denis • Angad Bhalla (October 8, 2013)
    Claire Denis discusses her new film "Bastards" which had its US premiere at the 51st New York Film Festival; & Angad Bhalla's on his riveting documentary, "Herman's House", about Herman Wallace who spent decades in solitary confinement. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 167: Christine Vachon • Mark Covino & Earl Hackney (October 4, 2013)
    Killer Films producer Christine Vachon discusses her career; then "A Band Called Death" filmmaker Mark Covino with one one of the film's subjects Earl Hackney the Hackney Brothers. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 166: Bill Sage, Jim Mickle & Nick Damici • Leo Fitzpatrick, Eddie Mullins & Brian Charles Johson (September 27, 2013)
    The team behind the film "We Are What We Are" including director Jim Mickle, co-writer Nick Damici & actor Bill Sage; the film "Doomsdays" actors Leo Fitzpatrick & Brian Charles Johnson & director Eddie Mullins.
  • Ep 165: Kent Turner • Seán Ó Cualáín • DETONATOR (September 25, 2013)
    [5 mins.] Film reviewer Kent Turner recounts his recent trip to the Toronto International Film Festival where he saw some 36 films. Kent’s writing may be found on his website, Film-Forward. [26 mins. 55 secs.] Next up is the Irish filmmaker, Seán Ó Cualáín, whose new documentary, “Men at Lunch”, tracks the history and subjects […]
  • Ep 164: Alan Berliner (September 18, 2013)
    Documentary filmmaker Alan Berliner is the sole guest on this episode. He discusses his new film, "First Cousin Once Removed". The film is having its television broadcast premiere on HBO. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T
  • Ep 163: RADIO UNNAMEABLE with Jessica Wolfson, Paul Lovelace & Bob Fass (September 16, 2013)
    The co-directors of the documentary "Radio Unnameable", Jessica Wolfson and Paul Lovelace. Also on this episode, a phone call with the film's subject, Bob Fass.
  • Ep 162: Ben Fowlie • Aidah Muhammad & Slick Naim • Megumi Sasaki & Dorothy Vogel • Kat Coiro (September 11, 2013)
    Ben Fowlie on the 9th Edition of the Camden Int'l Film Festival; Programmer Aidah Muhammad & filmmaker Slick Naim on the Urbanworld Film Fetsival; Herb & Dorothy 50x50" filmmaker Megumi Sasaki with Dorothy Vogel; & filmmaker Kat Coiro.
  • Ep 161: Andrew Dosunmu • Ron Simons (September 10, 2013)
    Filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu and his new movie, "Mother of George" & the film's executive producer Ron Simons. Ron also produced the recent hit "Blue Caprice". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 160: Lynn Shelton & Josh Pais (September 3, 2013)
    Celebrating the new indie comedy "Touchy Feely" with director Lynn Shelton & actor Josh Pais; "Touchy Feely" tells the story of a massage therapist who becomes unable to do her job when stricken with a mysterious and sudden aversion to bodily contact.
  • Ep 159: Brian De Palma • Mary Engel • Jonathan Goodman Levitt (August 26, 2013)
    The legendary Brian De Palma stops by to discuss his "Passion"; Mary Engel, daughter of  Morris Engel director of America's first independent film, "Little Fugitive"; & filmmaker Jonathan Gordon Levitt with "Follow The Leader". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 158: Grandmaster Wong Kar-Wai & Tony Leung • Joe Swanberg Returns (August 21, 2013)
    International filmmaker Wong Kar-wai & actor Tony Leung on their new film "The Grandmaster";  Joe Swanberg returns; & documentary filmmaker Adam Lough with his film "The Motivation".
  • Ep 157: Kentucker Audley Won’t Budge (August 19, 2013)
    Along with occasional co-host Theodore Bouloukos, filmmaker, actor & the creator of nobudge.com, Kentucker Audley, speaks to Filmwax Radio for a nice long stretch.
  • Ep 156: Filmmaker David Lowery (August 14, 2013)
    Filmmaker David Lowery on new film "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" which stars Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara & Ben Foster & will be in theaters beginning August 16th and on demand beginning the 23rd.
  • Ep 155: Todd Sklar & Alex Rennie • Petra Costa • David Gordon Green (August 8, 2013)
    Filmmaker Todd Sklar & actor Alex Rennie discuss their indie comedy "Awful Nice"; Brazilian filmmaker Petra Costa and her personal documentary "Elena"; and a conversation with David Gordon Green & his new movie, "Prince Avalanche".
  • Ep 154: Zach Heinzerling & the Shinoharas • Amy Nicholson • Tia Lessin (July 31, 2013)
    Filmmaker Zachary Heinzerling returns with "Cutie and the Boxer" subjects the Shinoharas; Amy Nicholson also returns to discuss "Zipper"; a conversation with Tia Lessin who along with husband Carl Deal has been the subject of some controversy; and Rooftop's Dan Nuxoll.
  • Ep 153: Eliza Hittman • Rachel Grady (July 24, 2013)
    "It Felt Like Love" director Eliza Hittman, joined by 2 of her young cast members, Gina Piersanti & Giovanna Salimeni; plus Loki Films' Rachel Grady ("Detropia") speaks about Detroit's having filed for bankruptcy this past week.
  • Ep 152: Jim McBride (July 23, 2013)
    Jim McBride is the director of many great films and is generally credited with having invented the mockumentary. Among his hits are "Great Balls of Fire", "The Big Easy" and a successful remake of "Breathless". Jim was recently at True/False Fest in Columbia, MO, for a special screening of "David Holzman's Diary" (said mockumentary), which gave us an opportunity to sit down and catch up.
  • Ep 151: Destin Cretton & Brie Larson (July 18, 2013)
    Destin Cretton ("I Am Not A Hipster") has a new film "Short Term 12" is the guest; an unplanned drive-by by actress Brie Larson included. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop FilmsAT&T
  • Ep 150: Andrew Bujalski • Joshua Oppenheimer (July 17, 2013)
    Andrew Bujalski with his new film "Computer Chess". Then Joshua Oppenheimer with his new documentary, "The Act of Killing".
  • Ep 149: Shaka King, Trae Harris & Tone Tank • John Anderson • Matthew Perkins & Aaron Beelner (July 10, 2013)
    "Newlyweeds" director Shaka King with actors Trae Harris & Tone Tank; journalist John Anderson, & Matthew Perkins discusses his film "The Little Tin Man" joined by actor Aaron Beelner. Presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 148: Dave Carroll & Ryan Scafuro • Nathan Silver & Mom Cindy (July 2, 2013)
    "Bending Steel" Dave Carroll, producer Ryan Scafuro, & subject Chris "Wonder" Schoeck. Filmmaker Nathan Silver and his Mom Cindy. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 147: Dan Nuxoll • Penny Lane & Brian L. Frye • Adam Pogoff & Jay Sterrenberg (June 26, 2013)
    “Our Nixon” filmmakers Penny Lane and Brian L. Frye; Meerkat Media Collective filmmakers Adam Pogoff and Jay Sterrenberg with doc “Brasslands” & Rooftop’s Dan Nuxoll is back. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 146: Morgan Neville • Alexandra Roxo & Natalia Leite • Frank V. Ross (June 18, 2013)
    Morgan Neville discusses his new doc “20 Feet From Stardom“, Alexandra Roxo & Natalia Leite with their web series “Be Here Now-ish“, & filmmaker Frank V. Ross with “Tiger Tail in Blue“. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 145: Andrea Sisson & Pete Ohs • Kent Turner • Calvin Lee Reeder (June 12, 2013)
    Filmmaking couple Andrea Sisson & Pete Ohs on their film “I Send You This Place”; film critic Kent Turner with highlights from Cannes 2013;  filmmaker Calvin Lee Reeder and “The Rambler”. Presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 144: James Marsh • John Biaggi • Marina Zenovich (June 7, 2013)
    James Marsh (“Man on Wire”) discusses his latest film “Shadow Dancer”; Human Rights Watch Film Festival Director, John Biaggi, discusses the upcoming season; & filmmaker Marina Zenovich on her latest doc, “Richard Pryor: Omit The Logic”. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 143: Jordan Vogt-Roberts • Florence Almozini • Matt Johnson (May 29, 2013)
    “The Kings of Summer” filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts. Then BAMcinématek programmer Florence Almozini, followed by “The Dirties” director Matt Johnson. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 142: Andrew Semans & Bryan Wizemann (Part 2) • Dan Nuxoll (May 22, 2013)
    Part 2 with filmmakers Andrew Semans and Bryan Wizemann. And Rooftop Films Program Director Dan Nuxoll catches us up on things with this summer’s festival. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 141: Danielle DiGiacomo & Samantha Buck • Bryan Wizemann & Andrew Semans (May 15, 2013)
    Samantha Buck & Danielle DiGiacomo discuss their documentary “Best Kept Secret”, then Bryan Wizemann & Andrew Semanss talk about filmmaking in the 1st of 2 parts. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 140: Greta Gerwig & Noah Baumbach (May 10, 2013)
    Director Noah Baumbach & actor Greta Gerwig are the guests. Together they co-wrote the script for "Frances Ha" which is being distributed by IFC Films. Filmwax Radio is presented by AT&T.
  • Ep 139: Antonio Campos & Brady Corbet • Jeff Nichols • Amy Seimetz (May 8, 2013)
    Antonio Campos ("Martha Marcy May Marlene") & actor Brady Corbet discuss their film "Simon Killer".  Jeff Nichols on his new film, "Mud", & Amy Seimetz on Shane Caruth's film "Upstream Color". Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 138: Dan Nuxoll & Mark Elijah Rosenberg • Reuben Atlas & Gabriel Hubert (May 1, 2013)
    Rooftop Films founders Mark Eijah Rosenberg & Dan Nuxoll. Also Reuben Atlas has made the documentary "Brothers Hypnotic" with Brother Gabriel 'Huda' Hubert, joining in. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films and AT&T.
  • Ep 137: Cindy Kleine & Andre Gregory (March 30, 2013)
    Filmmaker Cindy Kleine has made a film about her husband, the experimental artist, Andre Gregory called "Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner". Gregory also talks about his long relationship with the actor/playwright Wallace Shawn & more. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.

  • Ep 136: Derek Cianfrance & Shannon Plumb (March 27, 2013)
    Married filmmakers, Derek Cianfrance ("Blue Valentine") & Shannon Plumb discuss their two new feature films, "A Place Beyond the Pines" and "Towheads", respectively. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 135: Todd Berger (March 27, 2013)
    Filmmaker Todd Berger discusses his new movie "It's a Disaster" which stars Julia Stiles, David Cross & America Ferrera. The film is currently on demand and is being distributed by Oscilloscope Laboraties. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 134: Ron Eyal & Eleanor Burke (March 25, 2013)
    Filmmaking duo Ron Eyal & Eleanor Burke are the guests. They have co-directed "Stranger Things" which has its theatrical engagement at reRun Theater on April 5th, and will be co-presented by IFPSlamdance Film Festival & Filmwax. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.

  • Ep 133: Joe Swanberg (March 19, 2013)
    Joe Swanberg visits Filmwax Radio recording from Austin, Texas in the last of dispatches from the SxSW Film Festival 2013. Joe discusses his latest film, "Drinking Buddies", which stars Jake Johnson, Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick & Ron Livingston. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 132: Ruben Amar & Lola Bessis (March 18, 2013)
    In one of several dispatches from the SxSW Film Festival, filmmakers Ruben Amar and Lola Bessis discuss their collaboration, the comedy "Swim Little Fish Swim". The films stars Dustin Defas, Ms. Bessis and Brooke Bloom. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.

  • Ep 131: Jeffrey Schwarz (March 17, 2013)
    In one of several dispatches from the SxSW Film Festival, filmmaker Jeffrey Schwarz discusses, "I Am Divine", his new documentary about actor/drag performer, Divine. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 130: Hannah Fidell, Lindsay Burdge & Will Brittain (March 16, 2013)
    In one of several dispatches from the SxSW Film Festival, filmmaker Hannah Fidell & actors Lindsay Burdge and Will Brittain discuss their film, "A Teacher" distributed by Oscilloscope. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 129: Sean Gallagher & Jonny Mars (March 15, 2013)
    Austin-based filmmakers Sean Gallagher and Jonny Mars are the guests in this special SxSW dispatch. Gallagher recently directed the film "Good Night" which stars Mars, Alex Karpovsky & Todd Berger. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 128: Sara Kiener & Merrill Sterritt (March 13, 2013)
    Guest host Kristin McCracken interviews Sara Kiener and Merrill Sterritt, the two founders of Film Presence a marketing and outreach company for independent films. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 127: Judith Helfand (March 10, 2013)
    Working Films co-founder, Chicken & Egg Pictures co-founder and documentary filmmaker, Judith Helfand stops by Filmwax Radio. We chatted while attending the True/False Film Festival in Columbia, MO. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 126: Ramona S. Díaz, Josh Green & Capella Fahoome (March 8, 2013)
    Ramona Díaz's new documentary "Don't Stop Believin': Every Man's Journey" follows the real life rock ‘n’ roll fairy tale of Filipino Arnel Pineda who became the front man for iconic American band Journey. She is joined by producers Josh Green & Capella Fahoome. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 125: Maxim Pozdorovkin (March 6, 2013)
    In this True/False Film Festival dispatch, Maxim Pozdorovkin discusses his new film, "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer"  which, filmed over the course of 6 months, tells the incredible story of 3 young women: Nadia, Masha and Katia. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 124: Omar Mullick & Bassam Tariq (March 6, 2013)
    The filmmakers behind the documentary "These Birds Walk", Omar Mullick & Bassam Tariq discuss making their film and screening it in the>True/False Film Festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 123: David Wilson & True/False Folks (March 6, 2013)
    True/False Film Festival co-founder David Wilson sits for a brief conversation about what makes this festival the success that it is. Following conversations with locals from Columbia, MO. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 122: First Director’s Raj Roy & Robert Koehler (March 6, 2013)
    MoMA programmer Raj Roy and Film Society of Lincoln Center programmer Robert Koehler discuss the 2013 season of New Directors/New Films. Both sit on the festival's selection committee. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 121: Julie La’Bassiere (March 6, 2013)
    Head of Marketing at FilmBuff, Julie La'Bassiere joins myself and co-host, Kristin McCracken. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 120: Esther Robinson (March 5, 2013)
    Documentary producer & director, Esther Robinson ("A Walk Into The Sea") is the guest. Recorded from the True/False Film Fest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 119: Gabriela Cowperthwaite (March 4, 2013)
    Documentary filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite whose new film, "Blackfish", is included in this years True/False Film Fest is my guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 118: Su Friedrich (March 3, 2013)
    Veteran experimental filmmaker Su Friedrich is my guest. Su's latest film, "Gut Renovation", had a recent theatrical run at Film Forum and also screened with Filmwax's Brooklyn Reconstructed series in Brooklyn. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 117: Amy Nicholson (February 27, 2013)
    Documentary filmmaker Amy Nicholson ("Muskrat Lovely") visits Filmwax Radio and talks about her Brooklyn Reconstructed screening of "Zipper". The film explores the dismantling of the beloved Coney Island amusement park ride as well as the many characters that populate the neighborhood which, too, is being dismantled by new zoning laws and development deals. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 116: Kirby Dick (February 27, 2013)
    Documentary filmmaker Kirby Dick ("This Film is Not Yet Rated") visits Filmwax Radio to discuss his new film, "The Invisible War". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 115: Alex Karpovsky’s 4th (February 20, 2013)
    The Mighty Karpovsky returns for his 4th visit. In this episode, Karpovsky discusses his latest directorial efforts: "Red Flag" and "Rubberneck", both being distributed by Tribeca Film, as well as his work on the HBO series "Girls". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 114: Brandon Harris’ 3rd Visit (February 20, 2013)
    Journalist Brandon Harris returns to Filmwax Radio. Harris discusses new articles he's written & recent tales from the festival circuit. Filmmaker David Nordstrum calls in for a bit. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 113: Sam Neave & Theodore Bouloukos (February 15, 2013)
    "Almost In Love" filmmaker Sam Neave is the guest. This episode of Filmwax Radio was co-hosted by actor Theodore Bouloukos. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 112: QWFF’s Don Cato (February 13, 2013)
    Co-founder (along with his wife Katha) and programmer of the Queens World Film Festival, Don Cato, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 111: Gregory Kohn, David Call & Eléonore Hendricks (February 13, 2013)
    Filmwax recently launched a theatrical engagement for the Tribeca Film distributed movie, "Northeast". This episode includes the director the film, Gregory Kohn, along with actors David Call & Eléonore Hendricks. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 110: SxSW’s Janet Pierson (February 6, 2013)
    The Producer of the SxSW Film Festival, Janet Pierson, discusses the 2013 season, its 20th.  This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 109: Bilge Ebiri (February 6, 2013)
    Film critic Bilge Ebiri returns for a second visit to Filmwax Radio. We discuss current releases from world cinema among other things. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 108: Jon Dieringer (January 30, 2013)
    Jon Dieringer, the publisher of the daily film event aggregate site, ScreenSlate, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 107: Steven Feinartz (January 25, 2013)
    This dispatch from the Slamdance Film Festival is guest hosted by Kristin McCracken. The guest is Steven Feinartz who made the film "The Bitter Buddha" about the comedian Eddie Pepitone. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 106: Suzanne Mitchell (January 25, 2013)
    This Filmwax Radio dispatch from the Slamdance Film Festival is guest hosted by Kristin McCracken. The guest is Suzanne Mitchell who made the film "Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 105: Tia Lessin & Carl Deal (January 25, 2013)
    This dispatch from the Sundance Film Festival is guest hosted by Kristin McCracken. Married filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal have a new documentary about the Koch Brothers called "Citizen Koch". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 104: Zachary Heinzerling (January 25, 2013)
    Guest host Kristin McCracken interviews Zachary Heinzerling the director of the Sundance Film Festival hit, "Cutie and the Boxer". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 103: Drake Doremus (January 24, 2013)
    Filmmaker Drake Doremus ("Douchebag", "Like Crazy") speaks with Filmwax Radio guest host Kristin McCracken from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Drake's new film "Breathe In" stars Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 102: Lana Wilson & Martha Shane (January 24, 2013)
    Guest host Kristin McCracken reports from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. "After Tiller" co-filmmakers Lana Wilson & Martha Shane are the guests. The film contends with the controversial topic of late term abortion. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 101: Dan Schechter (January 23, 2013)
    Filmmaker Dan Schechter whose new film, "Supporting Characters", stars Alex Karpovsky, Sophia Takal, Kevin Corrigan and Tariq Lowe, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 100: Trish Dalton, Elisabeth Sperling & Tina Fallon (January 23, 2013)

    Trish Dalton & Elisabeth Sperling directed a documentary called "One Night Stand" which follows the launch of the 24 Hour Musical an anual fundraising event. Joined by Trish & Elisabeth is the founder of the organization The 24 Hour Company, Tina Fallon. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.

  • Ep 099: Ingrid Jungermann & Ann Carr (January 16, 2013)
    Creator and star of the homoneurotic web series "F to 7th", Ingrid Jungermann, is the guest. Ingrid is joined by cast regular, actress Ann Carr. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 098: Rodrigo Lopresti & Gregory Collins (January 16, 2013)
    Filmmakers Rodrigo Lopresti and Gregory Collins discuss their collaboration on their film, "A Song Still Inside". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 097: Michael Apted (January 9, 2013)
    Creator of the iconic "Up series", Michael Apted, is the guest. This episode of Filmwax Radio is co-hosted by Kristin McCracken. Apted's latest entry into the acclaimed series is "56 Up" which he discusses in great detail. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 096: Avi Zev Weider (January 9, 2013)
    Documentary filmmaker Avi Zev Weider is the guest. Avi's new film "Welcome to the Machine" is having a theatrical engagement at the reRun Theater in DUMBO. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 095: Bernardo Ruiz (January 2, 2013)
    Filmmaker Bernardo Ruiz whose new film "Reportero" deals with the subject of journalists following the drug wars in Mexico, is the guest. The film will be broadcast on POV during their 2012-13 season. Filmwax co-hosted a sneak preview of the film recently at the Brooklyn Museum. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 094: Kelly Anderson’s Brooklyn (January 2, 2013)
    Kelly Anderson returns to Filmwax Radio to chat more about her doc " target=<_"blank">My Brooklyn". The film was recently part of Filmwax's Brooklyn Reconstructed series and is about to enjoy a theatrical engagement at the reRun Theater in DUMBO. Kelly directed and co-produced the film with Allison Lirish Dean. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 093: Yes, William Friedkin (December 24, 2012)
    The legendary William Friedkin is the guest. The director such classics as "The French Connection" and "The Exorcist" has a new movie which stars Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch called "Killer Joe". He has also recently published a memoir called The Friedkin Connection. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 092: Alexander Poe & Onur Tukel (December 19, 2012)
    "Ex-Girlfriends" director Alexander Poe is joined by special co-host Onur Tukel ("Summer of Blood") in this holiday episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 091: Ronna Gradus & Jill Bauer (December 19, 2012)
    The filmmakers behind the documentary "Sexy Baby", Ronna Gradus & Jill Bauer are the guests. The documentary is currently broadcasting on Showtime. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 090: Joe Berlinger’s Box of Paradise (December 17, 2012)
    Joe Berlinger ("Crude") discusses the holiday box set release of his documentary trilogy, co-directed with the late Bruce Sinofsky, the "Paradise Lost Trilogy". He also openly discusses his feelings about the making of "West of Memphis", another documentary about the same subject. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 089: Jason Tippet & Elizabeth Mims (December 12, 2012)
    Filmmaking team Jason Tippet and Elizabeth Mims come on Filmwax Radio to discuss their feature documentary, "Only The Young". The film is being distributed by Oscilloscope. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 088: Half the Ross Brothers (December 12, 2012)
    Bill Ross is the guest. Along with his brother Turner Ross, they have made the documentary "Tchoupitoulas". The film has is being distributed by Oscilloscope. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.

  • Ep 087: Edward Burns (December 5, 2012)
    Edward Burns ("The Brothers McMullen") is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. He chats about his latest film for Tribeca Film," The Fitzgerald Family Christmas", a dark comedy. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 086: Jarred Alterman (December 5, 2012)
    "Convento" filmmaker Jarred Alterman is the guest. His film is available through digital channels such as Amazon and iTunes and is being distributed by Factory 25. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio
  • Ep 085: Seed & Spark’s Emily Best (November 30, 2012)
    Founder of the online distribution site Seed & Spark, Emily Best, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 084: Caveh Zahedi (November 28, 2012)
    Filmmaker Caveh Zahedi ("I Am a Sex Addict") returns to Filmwax Radio just before the theatrical premiere of his latest and most controversial film, "The Sheik & I". The film is being distributed by Factory 25. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 083: John Henry Summerour & Trevor Neuhoff (November 28, 2012)
    Filmwax is co-hosting the weeklong theatrical engagement of filmmaker John Henry Summerour's dramatic film, "Sahkanaga". He and his young starring actor, Trevor Neuhoff stop by for this episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 082: Jay Bulger on Ginger Baker (November 21, 2012)
    The filmmaker Jay Bulger who has a hit documentary about the rock/jazz drummer, Ginger Baker, called "eware of Mr. Baker", is the guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 081: The Central Park Five Episode with Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon & Kharey Wise (November 21, 2012)
    The filmmakers behind the new documentary, "The Central Park Five", Sarah Burns, David McMahon and Ken Burns are the guests.  I also interview one of the Central Park Five, Kharey Wise. This episode was produced at BBox Radio
  • Ep 080: Dark Horse Todd Solondz (November 14, 2012)
    Todd Solondz ("Welcome to the Doll House", "Happiness") is the guest. Solondz's latest film, "Dark Horse", is now available on demand. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 079: Matt Ross (November 14, 2012)
    Actor Matt Ross ("Big Love") has directed the feature film "28 Hotel Rooms" starring Marin Ireland and Chris Messina and is the guest in this episode of the podcast. The film is being distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 078: Thom Powers (November 7, 2012)
    Toronto International Film Festival documentary programmer Thom Powers comes on to discuss the 2012 season of DOC NYC. This eipisode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 077: Rick Alverson (October 31, 2012)
    The director of the controversial dark comedy, "The Comedy", Rick Alverson, is the guest. The film is being distributed by Tribeca Film. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 076: Gregory Crewdson & Ben Shapiro (October 31, 2012)
    Filmmaker Ben Shapiro visits with the subject of his new documentary "Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters". By way of disclaimer, I went to summer camp with Crewdson back in the 70's, so this episode of is also something of a reunion. The film is about to enjoy a theatrical reunion at Film Forum. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 075: Barry Levinson (October 24, 2012)
    Legendary filmmaker Barry Levinson ("Diner", "Tin Men") is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. The director of scores of hit commercially successful films has his latest, an independent found footage horror film called "The Bay", at this year's New York Film Festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 074: Scott Macauley (October 24, 2012)
    The editor of Filmmaker Magazine Scott Macauley is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 073: Ross McElwee (October 17, 2012)
    Founding father of the personal documentary, the great Ross McElwee ("Sherman's March") visits Filmwax Radio to discuss his latest work "Photographic Memory", perhaps his most personal work yet. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 072: Katie & Nelson Dellamaggiore (October 17, 2012)
    The filmmakers behind the documentary, "Brooklyn Castle", Katie and Nelson Dellamaggiore, are the guests. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 071: Clay Liford is No Wuss (October 15, 2012)
    Texas filmmaker Clay Liford ("Earthling") comes on Filmwax Radio to discuss his latest film, "Wuss", which is having a one-off screening with the Filmwax film series at the reRun Theater in DUMBO. The comedy is being distributed digitally by FilmBuff. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 070: For the Love of Rick Springfield (October 10, 2012)
    The two filmmakers/fans of the Rick Springfield documentary, "Affair of the Heart", Sylvia Camminer & Melanie Lentz-Jenney are the guests. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 069: Ry Russo-Young (October 9, 2012)
    The director of "Nobody Walks", Ry Russo-Young, is my guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 068: Ted Kotcheff & Bruce Bennett (October 5, 2012)
    Legendary filmmaker Ted Kotcheff ("North Dallas Forty") is the guest and film journalist/musician Bruce Bennett is the co-host. We discuss Kotcheff's 1971 classic "Wake in Fright". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 067: Marty Syjuco & Michael Collins (October 3, 2012)
    Director of "Give Up Tomorrow", Marty Syjuco and producer Michael Collins are the guests. The film, about a wrongly accused young Filipino man named Paco Larranaga, will be broadcast on the PBS series, POV. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 066: Andrea Arnold (October 3, 2012)
    Filmmaker Andrea Arnold ("Fish Tank") chats with Adam Schartoff & gust co-host Kristin McCracken about her latest film, an adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, "Wuthering Heights". The film is being distributed by Oscilloscope. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 065: Ryan O’Nan & Mike Weston (September 26, 2012)
    "Brooklyn Brothers Beat The Best" is the focus of this funny episode of Filmwax Radio. Director Ryan O'Nan who makes his directorial debut with the film co-stars with actor Mike Weston. Oscilloscope is distributing. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 064: Jason Cortlund & Julia Halperin (September 26, 2012)
    Filmmaking duo Jason Cortlund & Julia Halperin who have made the wonderful film "Now, Forager". Distributed by Argot Pictures. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 063: Onur Tukel (September 19, 2012)
    Filmmaker Onur Tukel returns to Filmwax Radio for another visit. Factory 25 recently released his latest film "Richard's Wedding" on demand and on digital platforms like Amazon and iTunes.  Oh, and I'm in his movie too. In this episode, Onur dishes on various films and filmmakers that are on his mind. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 062: David France (September 19, 2012)
    David France, director of the Oscar-nominated documentary "How to Survive a Plague" is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 061: John Yost (September 14, 2012)
    Filmmaker John Yost is the guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 060: Miriam Bale, Alex Karpovsky & Dustin Defa (September 12, 2012)
    Journalist and programmer Miriam Bale has begun a micro budget film festival called La Di Da. She's joined by filmmakers Alex Karpovsky & Dustin Defa. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 059: New York Film Festival’s Rose Kuo (September 12, 2012)
    The Executive Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Rose Kuo, is the guest.  On this episode of Filmwax Radio, Rose discusses the forthcoming of the 50th anniversary of the New York Film Festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 058: Sophia Takal & Lawrence Michael Levine (September 5, 2012)
    Married actors/filmmakers Lawrence Michael Levine and Sophia Takal are the guests.  They discuss their collaboration on the film "Green" which is being distributed by Factory 25. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 057: Ira Sachs (September 5, 2012)
    Filmmaker Ira Sachs ("Married Life", "Forty Shades of Blue") comes on Filmwax Radio to discuss his latest film, "Keep the Lights On". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 056: The World of Lloyd Kaufman (August 29, 2012)
    Troma Films co-founder & filmmaker, Lloyd Kaufman, is the guest. This episode was recorded entirely in the Kaufman manse on Manhattan's Upper East Side. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 055: Producer Dan Wolff (August 22, 2012)
    This episode of Filmwax Radio was recorded at the Brooklyn Museum during a POV screening of Jonathan Demme's documentary "I Am Carolyn Parker">, produced by guest Dan Wolff. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 054: Vikram Gandhi (August 17, 2012)
    Director of the documentary "Kumaré", Vikram Gandhi, is the guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 053: Craig Zobel & Ann Dowd (August 15, 2012)
    Craig Zobel's "Compliance" caused a stir at Sundance and was a hit at SxSW. He and one of his film's stars, Ann Dowd, are the guests. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 052: Madeleine Olneck (August 10, 2012)
    Filmmaker Madeleine Olneck ("Co-dependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same") is the guest. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 050: Terence Nance (August 8, 2012)
    Filmmaker and artist Terence Nance is the guest. His first feature film, "An Oversimplification of Her Beauty" is the subject of this episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 051: Iyabo Boyd & Evan Buxbaum (August 8, 2012)
    Chicken & Egg Picture's Iyabo Boyd and filmmaker Evan Buxbaum are the guests on this episode of Filmwax Radio. The two are collaborating on a new film, "Sun Belt Express".  This episode was produced by BBox Radio.
  • Ep 049: Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady (August 1, 2012)
    Loki Films founders, filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady ("Jesus Camp") are the guests in this episode of Filmwax Radio. The two have made a new film, "Detropia", an artful and completely original look at the Motor City. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 048: Brian M. Cassidy & Melanie Shatzky (July 25, 2012)
    Married filmmakers Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky are the guests.  They have two films coming out simultaneously; a documentary about a senior home called "The Patron Saints" and a narrative film starring Melissa Leo called "Francine". This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 047: Jonathan Caouette (July 18, 2012)
    Filmmaker Jonathan Caouette is the guest. Jonathan's new film, "Walk Away Renee", which is a follow up of sorts to his 2003 film Tarnation, is available for viewing on Sundance Now. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 046: Brooklyn Reconstructed with Michael Galinsky, Suki Hawley, Su Friedrich & Kelly Anderson (July 11, 2012)
    The Filmwax curated series Brooklyn Reconstructed filmmakers including Michael Galinsky & Suki Hawley ("Battle for Brooklyn"), Su Friedrich ("Gut Renovation") and Kelly Anderson ("My Brooklyn") are the guests. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 045: Charlie Ahearn (July 4, 2012)
    Filmmaker Charlie Ahearn> ("Wild Style") is the guest. Filmwax is involved in a 30 year anniversary screening as part of the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 044: Keith Miller (June 13, 2012)
    Keith Miller from the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective is the guest. Keith's new film "Welcome to Pine Hill" is the subject of conversation. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 043: Dan Sallitt’s Unspeakable Act (June 6, 2012)
    Dan Sallitt's film "The Unspeakable Act" was at BAMcinemaFest this summer and is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 042: Cast of Richard’s Wedding (May 30, 2012)
    Onur Tukel's comedy, "Richard's Wedding", is the focus of this episode of Filmwax Radio. Among the guests are filmmaker Onur Tukel, and co-stars Dustin Defa, Josephine Decker and host Adam Schartoff. Co-star Jennifer Prediger also phones in. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 041: Alex Ross Perry & Carlen Altman (May 16, 2012)
    Co-stars of the comedy "The Color Wheel", Alex Ross Perry (who also wrote and directed the film) and Carlen Altman are the guests. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 040: Matt Reynolds (May 11, 2012)
    The filmmaker behind the funny documentary "The Great Chicken Wing Hunt", Matt Reynolds, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 039: Marc Lafia (May 9, 2012)
    Filmmaker and artist Marc Lafia is the guest. Lafia discusses a new experimental film he has made called "Empires". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 038: Adam Reid Returns (May 9, 2012)
    Filmmaker Adam Reid returns to Filmwax Radio to discuss the DVD release of his comedy, "Hello Lonesome". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 037: Mark Elijah Rosenberg (May 2, 2012)
    Rooftop Films founder Mark Elijah Rosenberg is the guest. Mark discusses the upcoming 2012 season of Rooftop Films, its 16th summer in operation. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 036: Robert Greene Returns (April 20, 2012)
    Filmmaker Robert Greene ("Fake it So Real") returns to Filmwax Radio. Greene comes on to discuss the DVD release for his personal documentary which he made about his young cousin, "Kati With an I", which is being distributed by Icarus Films. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 035: Bilge Ebiri (April 11, 2012)
    New York Magazine film critic Bilge Ebiri is the guest. Bilge and I discuss the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival among other films. Check out Bilge’s blog, They Live By Night. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio. Filmwax Radio is presented by Rooftop Films. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher & Youtube.
  • Ep 034: Alex Karpovsky Returns (April 6, 2012)
    Filmmaker and actor Alex Karpovsky returns to Filmwax Radio. Alex is starring in a new film having its New York premiere at the 2012 season of the Tribeca Film Festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 033: Tribeca Film Festival’s Nancy Schafer (April 4, 2012)
    Executive Director of the Tribeca Film Festival, Nancy Schafer, is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio.  She discusses the 2012 season of the NYC festival. This episode was produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 032: Jonathan Lisecki (March 28, 2012)
    Jonathan Lisecki, the writer and director of the comedy "Gayby" is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 031: Godfrey Cheshire (March 22, 2012)
    Director of "Moving Midway" and film critic Godfrey Cheshire is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 030: Nick Shimkin (March 14, 2012)
    Nick Shimkin describes his work with both the Brooklyn Arts Council and the Kings County Cinema Society. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 029: Caveh Zahedi (February 22, 2012)
    Experimental filmmaker Caveh Zavhedi ("The Sheik & I", "I Am A Sex Addict") is the guest in this episode recorded from SxSW 2012 in Austin, Texas and produced at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 028: Brooklyn Film Festival’s Nathan Kensinger (February 22, 2012)
    Brooklyn Film Festival programming director, Nathan Kensinger, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 027: Michael Tully (February 15, 2012)
    Hammer to Nail editor and filmmaker Michael Tully ("Septien") is the guest. Filmwax hosted the DVD release party for Michael's most recent film, Septien. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 026: Dan Nuxoll (February 8, 2012)
    Co-founder of Rooftop Films, Dan Nuxoll is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 025: Alicia Van Couvering (February 8, 2012)
    Film producer and actress Alicia Van Couvering is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 024: Jim Browne (February 1, 2012)
    Argot Pictures founder Jim Browne is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 023: Paul Lazar (February 1, 2012)
    Actor Paul Lazar is the guest. Lazar, a Jonathan Demme regular, is also the co-director of The Big Dance Company. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 022: Melissa Nicolardi (January 27, 2012)
    Filmmaker Melissa Nicolardi whose documentary "The Pass it On Project" screened as part of the Filmwax Film Series. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 021: IFP’s John Sylva (January 25, 2012)
    IFP's John Sylva is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 020: Aaron Hills (January 18, 2012)
    Aaron Hillis, curator of the reRun Theater and film journalist is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 019: Cinematographer Quenelle Jones (January 11, 2012)
    Cinematographer Quenell Jones ("My Brooklyn") is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 018: Brandon Harris Returns (January 11, 2012)
    Filmmaker Magazine contributor and "Red Legs" director, Brandon Harris, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 017: Till Schauder & Sara Nodjoumi (January 4, 2012)
    Married filmmaking duo of Til Schauder and Sara Nodjoumi are the guests. They are in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to raise financing for their new documentary "The Iran Job. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 016: Robert Greene (January 4, 2012)
    Filmmaker Robert Greene is the guest. Robert has two documentaries out that he has directed, "Kati With an I" and "Fake it So Real".  This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.<
  • Ep 015: Adam Reid (December 21, 2011)
    Director and screenwriter of "Hello Lonesome", Adam Reid, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 014: Factory 25’s Matt Grady (December 14, 2011)
    Factory 25 founder, distributor Matt Grady, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 013: Kelly Anderson’s Brooklyn (December 7, 2011)
    New Day Films filmmaker Kelly Anderson has a new documentary called "My Brooklyn" which she made with her producer Alison Lirish Dean. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 012: Sophia Takal (November 30, 2011)
    Filmmaker and actress Sophia Takal is the guest. Her film "Green" is being distributed by Factory 25. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 011: Fivel Rothberg (November 23, 2011)
    Filmmaker Fivel Rothberg , director of "House Devil, Street Angel" is the guest on this episode of Filmwax Radio. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 010: dGenerate Films’ Karin Chien (November 16, 2011)
    Film producer and the founder of dGenerate FilmsKarin Chien is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 009: Alex Karpovsky (November 9, 2011)
    Filmmaker and actor Alex Karpovsky ("Beeswax", "Lovers of Hate") is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 008: Brandon Harris (November 3, 2011)
    Filmmaker Magazine contributor and filmmaker of "Red Legs", Brandon Harris, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 007: Union Doc’s Steve Holmgren (October 26, 2011)
    Film producer and Union Docs programmer Steve Holmgren is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 006: Marshall Curry (October 19, 2011)
    Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry ("Street Fight", "Racing Dreams") is the guest. Curry's latest film, "If A Tree Falls", is being distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 005: Carmine Famiglietti (October 12, 2011)
    Actor & screenwriter Carmine Famiglietti ("LBS.", "Amexicano") is the guest.  This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 004: Brooklyn Heights Cinema’s Kenn Lowy (October 5, 2011)
    Owner of the Brooklyn Heights Cinema and local musician, Kenn Lowy, is the guest. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 003: David Boyle (September 28, 2011)
    Filmmaker David Boyle discusses his new narrative feature, "Surrogate Valentine". This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.
  • Ep 002: Michael Galinsky’s Battle For Brooklyn (September 21, 2011)
    Documentary filmmaker Michael Galinsky is the guest. In this episode Galinsky discusses a new documentary he co-directed & produced with his wife Suki Hawley and their partner "Battle for Brooklyn" which he co-directed with his wife Suki Hawley, and co-produced with David Beilinson. This episode was recorded at BBOX Radio.
  • Ep 001: Strongman Zachary Levy (September 14, 2011)
    In the debut episode of Filmwax Radio, host Adam Schartoff talks to New York filmmaker Zachary Levy about his feature documentary "Strongman", a portrait of performer Stan 'Stanless Steel' Pleskun. This episode was recorded at BBox Radio.