When film and faith collide..
1on1 with Jack Mulhern (ODD MAN RUSH)
September 04, 2020 10:09 AM PDT
ODD MAN RUSH takes to the ice to tell the story of Bobby (Jack Mulhern), a young man who dreams of playing in the NHL yet, after a plague of injuries, finds himself playing in the European minor leagues. In this 1on1, we speak to Mulhern about what it's like to work with hockey's Royal Family, the potential downside of following your dreams, and what he'd say to his younger self if he had the chance.teenFish#11 - Reading WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS
August 20, 2020 01:55 PM PDT
Based on the best-selling book, WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS is a story about mental health, trust and loving others (and yourself). As he enters his senior year of high school, Adam Petrazelli's (Charlie Plumber) world is turned upside down when he's diagnosed with severe mental illness. As he struggles to keep his new reality a secret from those around him, he also falls in love with a brilliant classmate who shows him what it means to be honest about who you are. This month, Daniel welcomes Rebecca and Steve to talk about struggling with mental health, perspective and loving others.1on1 with Lech Majewski (VALLEY OF THE GODS)
August 16, 2020 07:25 AM PDT
Directed by Lech Majewski, VALLEY OF THE GODS tells the story of a burned out writer (Josh Hartnett) who is invited to write a biography for noted recluse and richest man in the world, Wes Taurus (John Malkovich). In this 1on1, we speak to Majewski about working with the Navajo in preparation for the film, what it means to have power and how his career as a cinematographer has influenced his filmmaking.1on1 with Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine (BOYS STATE)
August 16, 2020 07:14 AM PDT
In their AppleTV+'s new documentary, BOYS STATE, directors Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine shine a light on a weeklong camp experience for young teenage males where they work together to create a functioning model of the US Government. In this 1on1, we speak to Moss and McBaine about the pressure of power, masculinity and gender politics amongst the young men and whether or not their feelings about the US political system have changed as a result of the experience.1on1 with Jemaine Clement (I USED TO GO HERE)
August 15, 2020 08:03 AM PDT
A comedy veteran, Jemaine Clement returns in his latest film, I USED TO GO HERE as David, a college professor who invites one of his former students Kate (Gillian Jacobs) to return to her alma mater as a guest speaker and, potentially, join the faculty herself. In this 1on1, we speak to Clement about whether or not he thinks you can truly go home again, what he thinks his character is looking for and what he thinks makes great comedy today.1on1 with Kalia Love Jones (THE POWER OF HOPE)
August 13, 2020 07:53 AM PDT
At the young age of 13-years-old, Kalia Love Jones has a word for the next generation in her first animated short, entitled THE POWER OF HOPE. Encouraging and challenging, HOPE tells the story of a young girl who finds the power to overcome her obstacles when she hears a speech from former First Lady Michelle Obama. In this 1on1, we speak to Jones about the challenges she faced when creating her first film, what she believes the power of hope is and whether or not she feels it's hard to cling to that during tough times.1on1 with Andrea Dorfman (SPINSTER)
August 07, 2020 05:21 AM PDT
In her latest comedy, SPINSTER, director Andrea Dorfman tells the story of Gabby (Chelsea Peretti), a middle-aged woman fears that she'll never find love and chooses to forge her own path. In this 1on1, we speak to Dorfman about why culture struggles so much with celebrating singleness, how Chelsea Peretti came to be involved in the project, and what she thinks we're looking for in life.1on1 with Jay Baruchel (RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE)
July 29, 2020 04:25 PM PDT
Directed and co-written by Jay Baruchel, RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE tells the story of a graphic novelist who's world starts to come apart when art begins to imitate life. In this special roundtable 1on1, we get to speak to Baruchel about the difference between fetishizing evil and horror as an art form and his use of religious imagery in the film.1on1 with Rod Lurie (THE OUTPOST)
July 20, 2020 05:22 AM PDT
As the director of THE OUTPOST, Rod Lurie faced the daunting task of authentically recreating The Battle of Kamdesh, often referred to as the bloodiest battle of the Afghanistan War. In this 1on1, we speak to Lurie about how his own experience informed his storytelling, the type of training that his cast had to endure to prepare for the role and exploring the truth (and misconceptions) of the 'Band of Brothers' mindset.1on1 with Aaron Schneider (GREYHOUND)
July 17, 2020 05:50 AM PDT
Directed by Aaron Schneider (and written by Tom Hanks), GREYHOUND tells the story of WWII Commander Krause (Hanks), a WWII Commander given the impossible task of leading a convoy across the treacherous portion of the Mid-Atlantic known as the 'Black Pit'. In this 1on1, we speak to Schneider about helping Tom Hanks develop his passion project, the relationship between yesterday and today in the film, and what he learned from the experience.
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