The team behind "Anvil: The Story of Anvil" including director Sacha Gervasi and the band's co-founders Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Robb Reiner. A re-mastered version of the 2008 documentary is being re-released. Also, Kathryn Ferguson, the director of the Sinéad O'Connor documentary "Nothing Compares".
The Woodstock Film Festival will be presenting a 30th anniversary screening of the seminal documentary "Brothers Keeper" co-directed by Joe Berlinger. He's on the podcast to discuss. Also, co0founder and Executive Director of the festival, Meira Blaustein, makes her return.
The documentary team of Abigail Disney and Kathleen Hughes have made a film about the dramatic economic disparity in this country called "The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales"; also, Pat McGee with his documentary "From the Hood to the Holler" which follows Kentucky candidate Charlie Booker. Both films open Friday, September 16th.
The French actor and filmmaker Mathieu Amalric ("The Diving Bell & The Butterfly") has a new dramatic feature opening Friday, September 9th called "Hold Me Tight". Also, documentary filmmaker Kevin Shaw discusses his new film "Let the Little Light Shine".
Actor Drea de Matteo ("The Sopranos") is in a new action thriller called "One Way" which opens Friday, September 2. Also, the co-directprs of the documentary "Kaepernick & America" which premieres on demand & streaming platforms on Friday, September 2.
Actor Dee Wallace discusses her careers as an author and actor. This year is the 40th anniversary of "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial". Also, filmmaker Andrew Semans returns to the show with his new film, "Resurrection" which is currently available on demand and in select theaters.
Filmmaker/distributor/producer Ira Deutchman returns to Filmwax to discuss his latest documentary "Searching for Mr. Rugoff" about indie pioneer distributor/exhbitor Donald Rugoff. And filmmaker Lisa Hepner discusses making her documentary "The Human Trial" about the search for a blue for diabetes and her own experience as a survivor of the disease.
The Belgian filmmaking duo of Amélie van Elmbt & Maya Duverdier with their documentary "Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel". And first time feature filmmaker Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović with her film "Murina". Both films open today, Friday, July 8th and are both executive produced by Martin Scorsese.
The filmmaking team behind the documentary "Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song". Dayna Goldfine & Dan Geller are the guests. Also, the director and editor of a new romantic dramedy about mix tapes and time travel, Greg Björkman & J. Patrick Don Vito stop by.
The experimental filmmaker Lynne Sachs returns to Fimwax to discuss her latest work, "Swerve" which screens at BAMcinemaFest this month. She's joined by poet Paolo Javier. And the director of a new intimate & experimental documentary called "Beba", Rebeca Huntt makes her first appearance.