When film and faith collide..
1on1 with Nick Scown (director, PRETTY BAD ACTRESS)
August 10, 2018 08:17 PM PDT
With his latest film, PRETTY BAD ACTRESS, writer/director Nick Scown takes on Hollywood with his satire on fame and childhood stars. In this 1on1, Steve gets to speak to Nick about our obsession with celebrity culture, what makes a great satire and the difference between writing and directing.1on1 with Brigham Taylor (producer, CHRISTOPHER ROBIN)
August 02, 2018 03:08 PM PDT
With the release of CHRISTOPHER ROBIN, Disney returns to the Hundred Acre Wood (literally) with a live action continuation of their classic tale. In this 1on1, Steve gets to speak with producer Brigham Taylor about bringing the world of A. A. Milne to life, finding their Christopher Robin and running from our past.1on1 with Bo Burnham (director, EIGHTH GRADE)
July 27, 2018 01:54 PM PDT
With his latest film, EIGHTH GRADE, writer/director Bo Burnham tells the story of Kayla, an awkward pre-teen on the verge of high school. In a special round table conversation, Steve gets to speak with Bo about how he developed the voice for his characters, the responsibility of technology and the challenges of communication between generations.4.21 Life Still Finds a Way in JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM
July 22, 2018 08:52 PM PDT
After 25 years (!) since the original film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom showed that the Raptors still have box office pull but have poor reviews brought the future of the franchise in jeopardy? This week, dino-fan Ben Dower returns to talk with Steve about how the franchise has changed, science and awe, and whether or not life really finds a way.1on1 with Heidi McLaughlin (author, FOREVER MY GIRL)
July 04, 2018 09:32 PM PDT
Written by New York Times best-selling author Heidi McLaughlin, FOREVER MY GIRL tells the story of a young man's return home only to discover the child he left behind. Now, the book for GIRL has been adapted for the screen and is now available on demand and on BluRay. In this 1on1, Steve gets to speak to Heidi about the inspiration for her characters, the challenges of watching someone else adapt your work and the nature of forgiveness.4.20 Exploring Gender Roles in INCREDIBLES 2
July 04, 2018 08:04 PM PDT
Picking up where they left off, INCREDIBLES 2 reintroduces us to the Parr family as they seek to bring evil-doers to justice in a world where superheroes are illegal. When a mysterious billionaire invites them to work with him, Elastigirl goes back to work while Bob takes care of the homefront. As a result, Pixar takes a swing at gender dynamics in a #MeToo world by its reversal of stereotypes... but does it work? This week, ScreenFish'rs Alan Sharrer and Heather Johnson join Steve to discuss the film's portrayal of gender, screen slaves and power of children.4.19 Saving SOLO
June 18, 2018 09:35 PM PDT
With the release of SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, Disney wants to take you back in time to meet a young Han Solo before he even thinks about joining the Rebellion. However, with struggling box office receipts, even they were left reeling by the film's mixed response. (Could there actually be a Star Wars film that loses money?!) This week, Steve welcomes David Peck (Face2Face Live) and director Nathaniel Draper to talk about the reactions of Star Wars fans, the nature of freedom and what it means to be the 'good guy'.1on1 with Michele Weaver (LOVE IS _____)
June 10, 2018 08:52 PM PDT
Starring Michele Weaver, the new series, LOVE IS _____ follows a modern-day power couple in Black Hollywood balancing successful careers and family over the course of many years. In this 1on1, we have the privilege to speak with Michele about the meaning of authentic television, the relationship between perspective and love, and what exactly love 'is'.1on1 with Aaron and Jordan Kandell (ADRIFT)
June 10, 2018 08:37 PM PDT
Written by Aaron and Jordan Kandell, ADRIFT tells the amazing true story of Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp, two young lovers who find themselves lost in the Pacific Ocean. In this 1on1, we have the privilege to speak with the Kandells about their passion for the sea, the challenges of bringing someone else's story to life and the saving power of love.4.18 DEADPOOL 2's New F-Word
June 03, 2018 08:40 PM PDT
The Merc with the Mouth is back... and he's got babies on his mind! In DEADPOOL 2, the hero without rules wants to settle down and start a family with Nessa, the love of his life. However, when tragedy strikes, Deadpool must try to rescue a young mutant who's being hunted by Cable, an assassin from the future. (Insert Terminator 2 joke here.) This week, Peter Adourian joins Steve to tackle the new F-Word (family), Deadpool's cultural relevance and God-complexes.
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