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Ep 495: Gus Van Sant • Bo Burnham & Josh Hamilton

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.

73 MIN2018 JUL 12
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Ep 495: Gus Van Sant • Bo Burnham & Josh Hamilton

Ep 496: Milford Graves & Jake Meginsky • Paul Rutan, Jr.

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.

59 MIN2018 JUL 16
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Ep 496: Milford Graves & Jake Meginsky • Paul Rutan, Jr.

Ep 497: Legendary Cinematographer Ed Lachman

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.

83 MIN2018 JUL 19
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Ep 497: Legendary Cinematographer Ed Lachman

Ep 498: Mike Maggiore • Dan Mirvish • Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui & Pamela Keogh

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.

95 MIN2018 JUL 26
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Ep 498: Mike Maggiore • Dan Mirvish • Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui & Pamela Keogh

Ep 499: Amy Jenkins • Joe Tropea & Robert A. Emmons

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.

49 MIN2018 AUG 2
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Ep 499: Amy Jenkins • Joe Tropea & Robert A. Emmons

Ep 500: Ramin Bahrani

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.

86 MIN2018 AUG 10
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Ep 500: Ramin Bahrani

Ep 501: Bing Liu • THE ATOMIC CAFE’s Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty

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.

68 MIN2018 AUG 13
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Ep 501: Bing Liu • THE ATOMIC CAFE’s Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty

Ep 502: WE THE ANIMALS’ Jeremiah Zagar, Raúl Castillo & Zak Mulligan •NICO, 1988’s Trine Dyrholm

The team behind the new indie film "We The Animals" including director Jeremiah Zagar, actor Raúl Castillo & the DP, Zak Mulligan. The film opens in NYC and LA on Friday, August 17th. Then a conversation with the actor Trine Dyrholm and her work in "Nico, 1988" which is in its 3rd week at Film Forum.

96 MIN2018 AUG 17
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Ep 502: WE THE ANIMALS’ Jeremiah Zagar, Raúl Castillo & Zak Mulligan •NICO, 1988’s Trine Dyrholm

Ep 503: Larry Fessenden Returns!

Frequent Filmwax guest Larry Fessenden is back for his 6th visit. The latest installment in the radio play series that he writes and produces along with his friend, the filmmaker Glenn McQuaid, will take place live this Wednesday, August 22nd, 7:30 PM at the Walter Reade Theater in Lincoln Center. Visit filmlinc.org for tickets and more details.

75 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Ep 503: Larry Fessenden Returns!

Ep 504: Frank Mosley Returns

The actor Frank Mosley is known for his work on films such as "Upstream Color", "Some Beasts" and countless other indie films but what might be less apparent is that he is emerging as a director in his own rite. This coming weekend, Brooklyn's Spectacle Theater begins a retrospective of his directorial efforts including three shorts and his feature, "Her Wilderness".

49 MIN2018 AUG 23
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Ep 504: Frank Mosley Returns

Latest Episodes

Ep 495: Gus Van Sant • Bo Burnham & Josh Hamilton

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.

73 MIN2018 JUL 12
Comments
Ep 495: Gus Van Sant • Bo Burnham & Josh Hamilton

Ep 496: Milford Graves & Jake Meginsky • Paul Rutan, Jr.

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.

59 MIN2018 JUL 16
Comments
Ep 496: Milford Graves & Jake Meginsky • Paul Rutan, Jr.

Ep 497: Legendary Cinematographer Ed Lachman

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.

83 MIN2018 JUL 19
Comments
Ep 497: Legendary Cinematographer Ed Lachman

Ep 498: Mike Maggiore • Dan Mirvish • Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui & Pamela Keogh

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.

95 MIN2018 JUL 26
Comments
Ep 498: Mike Maggiore • Dan Mirvish • Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui & Pamela Keogh

Ep 499: Amy Jenkins • Joe Tropea & Robert A. Emmons

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.

49 MIN2018 AUG 2
Comments
Ep 499: Amy Jenkins • Joe Tropea & Robert A. Emmons

Ep 500: Ramin Bahrani

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.

86 MIN2018 AUG 10
Comments
Ep 500: Ramin Bahrani

Ep 501: Bing Liu • THE ATOMIC CAFE’s Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty

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.

68 MIN2018 AUG 13
Comments
Ep 501: Bing Liu • THE ATOMIC CAFE’s Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader & Pierce Rafferty

Ep 502: WE THE ANIMALS’ Jeremiah Zagar, Raúl Castillo & Zak Mulligan •NICO, 1988’s Trine Dyrholm

The team behind the new indie film "We The Animals" including director Jeremiah Zagar, actor Raúl Castillo & the DP, Zak Mulligan. The film opens in NYC and LA on Friday, August 17th. Then a conversation with the actor Trine Dyrholm and her work in "Nico, 1988" which is in its 3rd week at Film Forum.

96 MIN2018 AUG 17
Comments
Ep 502: WE THE ANIMALS’ Jeremiah Zagar, Raúl Castillo & Zak Mulligan •NICO, 1988’s Trine Dyrholm

Ep 503: Larry Fessenden Returns!

Frequent Filmwax guest Larry Fessenden is back for his 6th visit. The latest installment in the radio play series that he writes and produces along with his friend, the filmmaker Glenn McQuaid, will take place live this Wednesday, August 22nd, 7:30 PM at the Walter Reade Theater in Lincoln Center. Visit filmlinc.org for tickets and more details.

75 MIN2018 AUG 21
Comments
Ep 503: Larry Fessenden Returns!

Ep 504: Frank Mosley Returns

The actor Frank Mosley is known for his work on films such as "Upstream Color", "Some Beasts" and countless other indie films but what might be less apparent is that he is emerging as a director in his own rite. This coming weekend, Brooklyn's Spectacle Theater begins a retrospective of his directorial efforts including three shorts and his feature, "Her Wilderness".

49 MIN2018 AUG 23
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Ep 504: Frank Mosley Returns
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