Returning to the podcast for his 4th visit, the director of "Olympia", Harry Mavromichalis.
The team behind the new indie drama "You Mean Everything to Me" (now at NYC's Cinema Village) and the photographer Godlis discusses his new photo essay book "Godlis Miami".
Actor John Leguizamo makes his first appearance on the show with an intense new prison drama called "Dark Blood". And writer/director Christian Nilsson and Filmwax friend Larry Fessenden (making his 8th appearance) with their psychological drama, "Dashcam". Both films are currently available on demand and on streaming platforms.
Ed Lachman has collaborated with the director Todd Haynes numerous times; the documentary "The Velvet Underground" is their latest and it premieres on Apple TV+ today and is currently screening at NYC's Film Forum. Lynne Sachs' films —including today's streaming premiere of "Film About a Father Who" are celebrated on the Criterion Channel.
Iconic singer-songwriter Steve Forbert ("Jackrabbit Slim", "Alive on Arrival") is on this special episode of the podcast. Here he discusses his career, moving to NYC in his younger rock 'n' roll days, and his current tour which includes a stop at Caffè Lena in Saratoga Springs on Thursday, October 14th.
Guests Jason Isaacs and Reed Birney co-star (along with Ann Dowd & Martha Plimpton) in the new dramatic film "Mass" which opens theatrically today in NYC & LA. Also, the producer of a festival concerned with hunger and food issues called the Faces of Hunger International Film Festival, Maayan Laufer is the guest.
I'm joined by the team behind the new indie film "18 1/2" including director Dan Mirvish, writer/producer Daniel Moya, and actor Cathy Curtin. The film has its world premiere this weekend at the Woodstock Film Festival. Then Filmwax continues celebrating its 10th Anniversary with 4th guest ever (back in 10/2011), former Brooklyn Heights Cinema owner Kenn Lowy.