When film and faith collide..
5.03 Goals and Grief in FIRST MAN
October 21, 2018 10:10 PM PDT
In FIRST MAN, Oscar-winner Damien Chazelle (LA LA LAND) gives new life to the story of the Apollo 11 moon landing by looking at the iconic moment through the eyes and experiences of astronaut Neil Armstrong. In doing so, he creates a unique style of 'space film' that spends just as much time with the people on the ground as it does in the shuttle itself. This week, Steve welcomes back Wade Bearden (Seeing and Believing) and Matthew Cimone (Chasing Atlantis) to delve into what drives us to do great things and whether or not its worth it in the end.dOctober18: Ryan Boyko (THAT NEVER HAPPENED)
October 19, 2018 06:51 PM PDT
THAT NEVER HAPPENED reveals the story of Canada's first national internment operations
October 19, 2018 06:23 PM PDT
CAPTURING THE FLAG tells the story of Election Day 2016 from the deeply personal perspective of a diverse team of volunteer voter protection workers in North Carolina that represents the final line of protection for each American citizen’s right to vote. Though they are faced with challenges from those associated directly with the political process, volunteer Laverne Berry and the rest of the team remain committed to ensuring that every person in their assigned areas has the opportunity to assert their civic duty. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to director Anne De Mare and producer Laverne Berry about how we can fix a broken system and voting as an act of faith.dOctober18: Aaron Wolf (director, RESTORING TOMORROW)
October 13, 2018 06:01 AM PDT
RESTORING TOMORROW tells the story of the massive restoration of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. However, it's also a personal journey about recovering our history and our faith. In this 1on1, Steve speaks with Aaron about how what it means to be part of something bigger, why this generation has lost connection to their faith and the relationship between community and regeneration.5.02 Messy Celebrities in A STAR IS BORN
October 07, 2018 07:29 PM PDT
With A STAR IS BORN, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have (re)created a timeless love story for modern times. Exploring the relationship between love and mental health (with an amazing soundtrack as well), the film is clearly gearing up for a run at next year's Oscars. This week, Steve welcomes back Shelley McVea and Andrew Eaton to talk about love, celebrity and music with soul.1on1 with Karey Kirkpatrick (director, SMALLFOOT)
September 28, 2018 03:54 PM PDT
Written and directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, SMALLFOOT tells the story of a young yeti who believes that mythical humans are real! In this 1on1, Steve speaks with Karey about his love for animation and what it means to see the world from another perspective.5.01 Bringing THE PREDATOR Back To Life
September 23, 2018 11:05 PM PDT
With the return of THE PREDATOR, writer/director Shane Black wants to take you back to the 80s for some good old-fashioned violence and horror... but do other stereotypes and issues come with that? In the Season 5 premiere, Steve welcomes Peter Adourian to talk about THE PREDATOR's views on hyper-masculinity, mental health and throwback films in the modern era.TIFF18: 1on1 with Sofia Banzhaf and Thom Fitzgerald (actor/director; SPLINTERS)
September 22, 2018 07:40 PM PDT
Julie Levac sits down with lead actor, Sofia Banzhaf and director/screen play writer, Thom Fitzgerald to discuss their new film, Splinters. Splinters, set in rural Nova Scotia, deals largely with sexual identity and family dynamic.TIFF18: 1on1 with Billy Corben and Porter Fischer (SCREWBALL)
September 21, 2018 11:51 AM PDT
In SCREWBALL, Billy Corben investigates the MLB's infamous doping scandal involving a nefarious clinician and his most famous client: the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez. In this 1on1, Andrew Eaton speaks to Billy Corben and Porter Fischer about how to know when it's time to tell the story and looking at the scandal through the eyes of children.TIFF18: 1on1 with Cristina Gallego (director, BIRDS OF PASSAGE)
September 16, 2018 07:20 PM PDT
BIRDS OF PASSAGE tells the story of the origins of the Columbian drug cartels in a way we've never seen before -- through the eyes of the families involved. In this 1on1, Steve speaks with director Cristina Gallego about the power of women, what makes a good man and the challenge of keeping one's culture.
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