Nobility, interview with creator EJ De La Pena

Nobility

Nobility is a web series I ran across while at Stan Lee’s Comikaze in 2013.  Creator EJ De la Pena called in to discuss it with us. About Nobility: “Nobility” is a new sci-fi dramedy dubbed, “Firefly meets The Office”. Set 700 years in the future, it’s about the C.A.S. Nobility, Humanity’s most powerful starship with a crew, that’s, well, […]

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For the Birds, interview with filmmaker Tara Atashgah & cast

An amazing short I saw from the Vancouver International Film Festival was For the Birds.  It is written and directed by Tara Atashgah, and stars Nazli K Lou and Chervine Namani.  Tara and cast called to tell us all about it. About For the Birds: “For the Birds (Atefeh) follows a 16-year-old Iranian girl as she is taken to the gallows […]

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Jug Face, interview with writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle

Jug Face

Just in time for Halloween, writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle called to tell us all about his horror film, Jug Face.  It is available on Amazon and iTunes. About Jug Face: “Jug Face tells the story of a pregnant teen trying to escape a backwoods community when she discovers that she may be sacrificed to a creature in a pit. The […]

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The Most Fearless, interview with director Heather Kessinger

The Most Fearless

Director Heather Kessinger called us about the Kickstarter she had going to fund the completion of her documentary.  Since then it was successfully funded, so we can all look forward to seeing this amazing film. About the Most Fearless:  “In Bangladesh, 80% of the population lives on less than $2 per day, approximately half the children are stunted from malnutrition- […]

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Agent 88, interview with filmmaker Digger T Mesch

Some people make a short just to stand alone.  Others make them hoping to turn them into something bigger such as a series or movie.  Agent 88 is a short film available right now on Chill.com that is one of those shorts that is hoping for something more.  We talked to creator/director Digger T Mesch about the story and what he […]

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Coming Home, interview with filmmaker Chris Olness

Coming Home

Somewhat local, Chris Olness called to tell us about his short film, Coming Home, which also screened at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  Originally, it was produced in partnership with Levi’s as the winner of a contest.  But hear all about that in the interview. About Coming Home: “Astronaut David Morgan struggles with domestic life after returning home from outer […]

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A Conversation About Cheating With My Time Traveling Future Self, interview with filmmaker Pornsak Pichetshote

Film Promo

Another friend from the Sonoma International Film Festival has been having a lot of success with his short film at many festivals since.  Pornsak Pichetshote made an amazing film called, A Conversation About Cheating with My Time-Traveling Future Self. About A Conversation About Cheating:  “An amalgam of genres, ‘A Conversation about Cheating with my Time-Traveling Future Self’ blends sci-fi, drama, […]

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6 Month Rule, interview with filmmaker Blayne Weaver

6 Month Rule

Originally, we had actor Blayne Weaver on to talk about his film, Favor, that would be playing at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  If you’d like to listen to that interview, click here.  He returned to the show to talk about his latest film being release On Demand, 6 Month Rule (It is also available on DVD).  For this film, […]

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We’re Not Broke, interview with director Karin Hayes

We're Not Broke Film Still

A thought provoking documentary from the Sonoma International Film Festival was “We’re Not Broke.”  We had director/producer Karin Hayes call in to talk about the film with us.  Melissa was out, so SIFF representative, Steve Martindale sat in as Cat’s cohost. About We’re Not Broke: “WE’RE NOT BROKE is the story of how U.S. corporations have been able to hide […]

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My Amityville Horror, interview with filmmaker Eric C Walter

I’ve always been obsessed with the Amityville storyline.  So when I saw a blurb in Entertainment Weekly about a new documentary from Eric Walter called, My Amityville Horror, I had to have him on air to talk about his film.  He is the writer/director, and his subject matter was Daniel Lutz, the young boy who lived the horror story in […]

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