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1on1 with Dominic Cooke (THE COURIER)
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April 11, 2021 06:49 AM PDT
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In his latest film THE COURIER, director Dominic Cooke tells the amazing true story of Greville Wynne, a British business man who is called by MI6 to transport secret documents from the former Soviet Union. Partnering with potential defector Oleg Penkovsky, the two men work to deliver information that could potentially defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis. In this 1on1, we speak to Cooke about the unique relationship between Wynne and Penkovsky and why the story resonates so loudly today.

1on1 with Cast and Crew of A WEEK AWAY
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April 11, 2021 05:29 AM PDT
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A WEEK AWAY tells the story of Will Hawkins, a troubled teen who takes a leap of faith when he attending summer camp where he finds love, friends and a place to belong. In this 1on1, we speak to writer/producer Alan Powell, music producer Adam Watts, producer/star Bailee Madison and star Kevin Quinn as we chat about the film's timeless quality, the process of producing the film together and the legacy of 90s faith-based music.

7.17 Culture and Carnage in GODZILLA VS. KONG
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April 10, 2021 08:54 AM PDT
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Welcome to tonight’s main event! After many delays and teases, GODZILLA VS. KONG finally pits these massive titans against one another in an epic onscreen battle of monster mayhem. For most of a century, these characters have lived on as cultural icons that are simply too big to ignore. But why do these particular creatures hold such a special place in our hearts? This week, Dave Voigt (host of In The Seats With…) and monster maven Ben Dower drop by to chat about what defines these cultural icons and how they’ve changed over the year.

7.16 Freeing and FRAMING BRITNEY SPEARS
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April 04, 2021 10:38 AM PDT
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They’ve called her Crazy and said that her life is a Circus. Now, the new documentary FRAMING BRITNEY SPEARS attempts to unravel the mystery behind Spears’ mental health and the controversial conservatorship surrounding her estate. Is she being Overprotected because she’s Not a Girl, Not yet a Woman? Or is she Stronger than they say and stuck in a Toxic environment? This week, Judith McCartney Kate Parkes (Elevation Pictures) drop by to chat about what we feel we’re owed by celebrities, the perils of trust and the separation of the image and the soul.

7.15 Restoring the Universe in ZACK SNYDER'S JUSTICE LEAGUE
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March 28, 2021 01:04 PM PDT
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After Joss Whedon’s Justice League failed to catch on with audiences, those committed to seeing Zack Snyder’s original vision brought to completion began the most extensive fan campaign that Hollywood has ever seen. Featuring hashtags, billboards and even renting a plane, #ReleaseTheSnyderCut seemed like a passionate but empty pursuit. However, after four years and an additional $100M, Warner Bros. has finally released the Snyder Cut onto HBOMax. Clocking in at over four hours long, ZACK SNYDER'S JUSTICE LEAGUE has new effects, new characters and a more fully-developed script… but does that truly make it any better? This week, Victor Stiff (host of YouTube’s DOPE BLACK MOVIES) and Dave Voigt (podcaster and founder of InTheSeats.ca) stop by to debate the value of the Snyderverse, the nature of heroism and the differences between Marvel and DC.

7.14 Creating Kumandra in RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON
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March 20, 2021 09:19 AM PDT
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With their latest animated tale RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, Disney transports the viewer to Kumandra, a nation that has remained divided for centuries. However, when an attempt at reconciliation goes horribly wrong, it falls on Raya, princess of the Heart region, to embark on a quest to find the mythological last dragon and restore peace to the world. This week, we form our own Fellowship of Butt-kickery as Jolie Featherstone and Miriam Ibrahim assemble to talk about the evolution of the Disney Princess, the meaning of Kumandra and the power of soup.

7.13 Wrapping Up WANDAVISION
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March 14, 2021 09:35 AM PDT
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Previously on SF Radio, Heather Johnson, Miriam Ibrahim, and Dina Hamdieh joined me to talk about the first half of WANDAVISION. Now, the team reassembles to break the fourth wall and delve into the world of Westview once more. With the Series Finale in the rearview mirror, we discuss managing fan expectations and whether or not Wanda is the true villain .

1on1 with Matthew Bissonnette (DEATH OF A LADIES MAN)
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March 10, 2021 03:34 PM PST
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Directed by Matthew Bissonnette, DEATH OF A LADIES MAN tells the story of a man who, while facing his imminent death, begins to have bizarre hallucinations. In this 1on1, we speak to Bissonnette about the enduring legacy of Leonard Cohen, what he believes is ultimately the 'male problem' and the relationship between fantasy and reality.

7.12 Making Home in MINARI
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March 07, 2021 02:26 PM PST
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In Lee Isaac Chung’s MINARI, a Korean American family moves to an Arkansa farm in search of the American Dream. As they struggle to start a new business, they also struggle to rebuild their lives in a new environment. This week, we welcome SF’r Shelley McVea and newcomer Seun Olowo-ake to talk about making a home and the pitfalls of ambition.

1on1 with Philippe Falardeau (MY SALINGER YEAR)
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March 05, 2021 08:17 AM PST
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A lot can happen in a year. Directed by Philippe Falardeau, MY SALINGER YEAR is a slice of the life of Joanna Rakoff, an aspiring young writer in 1990s New York. After taking a job as an agent’s assistant, Joanna finds herself responding to the fan mail of legendary author J.D. Salinger as she struggles to find a voice of her own. In this 1on1, we speak to Falardeau about the challenges of adapting a memoir and what it means to be chosen by the book.

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