When film and faith collide..
4.09 Digging for Truth in THE POST
January 16, 2018 06:53 AM PST
In his latest film, THE POST, Steven Spielberg and his all-star cast aren't satisfied with merely retelling a chapter in American history. They're on a search for truth and justice in our culture today. This week, Steve welcomes back Kevin McLenithan (Seeing and Believing) to dig into THE POST while also offering their Top 3 Movie Moments of 2017.1on1 with Bruce Greenwood (THE POST)
January 12, 2018 11:49 AM PST
Directed by Steven Spielberg and featuring an all-star cast, THE POST brings a key moment of American history to life that showcases the damage that can be done to our culture through the misdeeds of the administration. Playing former Secretary of Defence, Robert McNamara, in the film, Bruce Greenwood felt it was quite an honour for Spielberg to consider him for the role. In a very special 1on1, Steve speaks with the veteran actor about bringing a historical character to life and the battle for truth in our culture.1on1 with Simon Farnaby (writer, PADDINGTON 2)
January 09, 2018 08:59 AM PST
After the critical and financial success of the original film, Paddington Bear returns to the big screen this week in PADDINGTON 2. In this 1on1, Steve gets to chat with writer Simon Farnaby about the sequel, the legacy of Paddington Bear and how his acting career has informed his writing.Bonus Ep! - Pom Festival 2017
January 07, 2018 03:06 PM PST
Running since 2005, the Pomegranate Film Festival showcases the very best of Armenian films. In a special bonus episode, we speak with festival volunteer (and friend to the show), Peter Adourian about its vision and the nature of violence in film. Plus, we get to speak with director Hayk Matevosyan!1on1 with Lois Smith (LADYBIRD)
December 31, 2017 02:19 PM PST
As a veteran star of stage and screen, With her new film, LADYBIRD, gaining awards momentum, she is receiving accolades for her portrayal of Sister Sarah Joan, a teacher in LadyBird's Catholic school. In this 1on1, Steve gets to speak to her about the popularity of the film, the relationship between love and attention and power of film and theatre.4.08 Letting the Past Die in THE LAST JEDI
December 25, 2017 06:01 AM PST
With the return of Luke Skywalker to the Star Wars universe, you'd expect that fans would be buzzing... but STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI has proven to be one of the most divisive films of the series. This week, Steve is joined by podcast vets Chris Utley and Patrick Erskine to talk about the dangers of nostalgia, the power of nobodies and the damage of the past.4.07 Diving into the SHAPE OF WATER
December 17, 2017 10:32 PM PST
Guillermo Del Toro's latest creation is garnering awards momentum with each passing week. While a romance film between woman and fish-man seems... unexpected... on paper, it carries a poignant message that seems timely and relevant. But why? This week, returnees Ben Dower and Andrew Eaton speak with Steve on the nature of love and repeating history.1on1 with Ron Shelton (director, JUST GETTING STARTED)
December 03, 2017 06:23 PM PST
This week, Steve speaks with iconic Hollywood writer/director Ron Shelton (BULL DURHAM, WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP). Ron's latest film is JUST GETTING STARTED and Steve gets to talk to him about dealing with our past and what it takes to develop a great character.4.06 A JUSTICE LEAGUE of our own
November 26, 2017 08:58 PM PST
Grab your batarang and 5-pronged trident, because, in this episode, ScreenFish Radio wraps the lasso of truth around JUSTICE LEAGUE, the culminating film of DC cinematic universe. Back from his vacation, Steve is joined by super friends Arnaldo Reyes and Pastor James Harleman to decide if the film leaps tall buildings in a single bound… or falls face first in the kryptonite.1on1 with Susan Coyne (screenwriter, THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS)
November 23, 2017 03:27 PM PST
Ever wonder how Dickens created the ultimate villain (or is he?) in A Christmas Carol? Just in time for the holidays, THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS tells the story behind the story of Charles Dickens' famous holiday fable. This week, Steve goes 1on1 with the film's screenwriter, Susan Coyne to talk about what it means to 'invent Christmas', the impact of Dickens' life on his work and why the story has continued to maintain it's prominence over the years.
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