In this episode, Matt Groves follows up on his Sundance interview with Travis Mathews with another interview @ Outfest 2013 on his documentary/fiction hybrid film with James Franco, Interior Leather Bar.
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews award-winning director, Kleber Mendonca Filho, about his narrative film, Neighboring Sounds, which tells the story of a city block in Recife, Brazil, studying the anxieties, fears, and tensions present
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews documentary director, Christina Voros, about her film, Kink, which goes behind the scenes of the BDSM adult film company, Kink.com.
This interview contains a good amount o
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews Travis Mathews, co-director of (with James Franco) Interior Leather Bar, which depicts the making of a project to reconstruct or artistically respond to the supposed too explicit for MPAA 40 minutes of
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews Oscar-winner documentary director, Roger Ross Williams, about his film, God Loves Uganda, which tells the story of the influence of conservative Christian missionaries and the dangerous effect they hav
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews Carl Deal who along with his directing and producing partner, Tia Lessin, directed Citizen Koch, a study of the rise of money in politics and the strategy implemented by conservative billionaires, Davi
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews debut documentary directors, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson, about their film, After Tiller. The film follows the lives and work of four doctors who perform third trimester abortions in the wake of the m
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews David France, a photojournalist/documentary filmmaker who made the film, How to Survive a Plague, about the AIDS activist group ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power). Mining an astounding amount of
Live to tape from AFI Fest 2011 presented by Audi, Andrew Bowcock interviews, Panos Cosmatos, the director of a impressive new sci-fi horror debut feature film, Beyond The Black Rainbow. The film played in AFI Fest's Midnight Program and will b
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews Danfung Dennis, a photojournalist/documentary filmmaker who made the film, Hell and Back Again, about US Marines Echo Company 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, and specifically Nathan Harris who was severel
My interview guests today, Katie Galloway and Kelly Duane de la Vega, are award-winning documentary director/producers who made the film, Better This World, about activists, David McKay and Brad Crowder. McKay and Crowder were arrested and ch
My interview guest today is an acclaimed and truly independent filmmaker, John Sayles. He is a particularly underrated filmmaker who tackles social, political, and cultural history of America through the lens of class, religion, and race. Jus
In this episode, Matthew Groves interviews acclaimed filmmaker, Asif Kapadia whose new film, Senna is currently releasing in New York and Los Angeles today and expanding in limited release around the country in the coming weeks. It tells the b
Matt Groves interviews Oscar-nominated director, Marshall Curry. His new film is the documentary, If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front. It is currently playing in New York, NY and Eugene, OR and is slated to release in Los
Check out Episode 5, where we take the whole time to discuss The Tree of Life, the new film by visual master auteur, Terrence Malick. Feel free to comment on here and give us a star rating and review on iTunes!
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