Review of the provocative climate change doc The Age of Consequences + Podcast Interview with Director Jared Scott.
New podcast featuring thoughts on the World Premiere at SDUFF of my experimental doc BSV 1172 + Part One of a conversation with I Lost It at the Video Store author Tom Roston & NOW magazine’s Norman Wilner, who discussed video store culture in-store at Bay Street Video back in May.
Podcast interview director and veteran editor Victor Kanesfky on the art of editing, spanning Art Bastard (2016), his recent documentary on artist Robert Cenedella, and editing the classic indie horror Ganja & Hess (1976) + graffiti doc Style Wars (1983).
Interviews with mixed-media artist Annie Mandlsohn and photographer-writer Robert J. Brodey, plus stills from the current exhibition of their work at Toronto’s Urban Gallery.
Podcast interview with Cary E. Mansfield, Varese Sarabande’s V.P. of A&R, regarding the label’s recent release of soundtrack LPs, including John Powell’s The Bourne Identity (2002), which is reviewed in detail.
New podcasts with Mike Higham and Matthew Margeson, the composers of Tim Burton’s latest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, plus a review of La-La Land’s soundtrack CD.
A year after mounting The Baby for the stage, director Dan Spurgeon and producer Drew Blakeman return with Wallace Shawn’s Obie Award-winning drama / dark comedy Aunt Dan and Lemon. What follows is a concise Q&A with director Spurgeon on discovering the play, its prescient elements, and thoughts on its characters and politics.
iTunes, Libsyn, and YouTube podcast interview with Persian-American composer Nima Fakhrara + CD reviews of the discussed soundtracks The Girl in the Photographs and 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (both from Lakeshore Records).