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5.04 Fantasy and Reality in BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
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November 11, 2018 04:37 PM PST
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Following the meteoric rise of legendary rockers Queen and their iconic lead vocalist Freddie Mercury, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY has taken the box office by storm. With toe-tapping tunes and an incredible performance by Rami Malek, the film has entranced audiences but seems to have alienated critics at the same time. This week, Steve welcomes back Amanda Jane Smith and Shelley McVea to talk about images as truth, identity and the spiritual connectedness of the arts.

1on1 with Olivia Martin-McGuire (CHINA LOVE)
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November 08, 2018 08:40 PM PST
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Directed by Olivia Martin-McGuire, China Love takes us on a billion-dollar ride of fantasy exploring contemporary China through the window of the pre-wedding photography industry. Following couples as they navigate love, weddings and family in preparation for their upcoming marriage, the film also highlights the incredible changes taking place in a nation that is searching for the ‘Chinese Dream’. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Olivia about the differences between the American and Chinese dreams, what romance looks like in Chinese culture and whether wedding photos can be a justice issue.

TIFF2018: Green Book Press Conference
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November 07, 2018 05:32 PM PST
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Complete audio from the Green Book press conference. Green Book was the winner of the Grolsch People's Choice Award at TIFF 2018.

teenFish#1: Looking Through INSATIABLE Eyes
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November 04, 2018 04:24 PM PST
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Have you ever really wanted to know what goes on in the mind of today's teens? Not just 'what are they thinking?' but how they feel about life's issues? About truth? About where God is in the world today? At long last, ScreenFish is proud to announce teenFish, a new podcast series that lets teenagers speak about media that matters to them in their own voice. Hosted by Daniel Collins (Infinity Warm-Up), teenFish will be air the first Sunday of every month and invite local youth to engage the truth and lies of the shows and films that excite them.

This month, Daniel welcomes Gabby to talk about Netflix's Insatiable, a new original series that looks at the way we look at others from the outside. Drawing accusations of 'fat-shaming', the show is a satirical look at what happens when a teenage girl suddenly loses a great deal of weight after she's involved in an accident. In a lively first ep, the teens look at body image, labels, and what makes us who we are.

dOctober18: Sanjay Rawal (3100: RUN AND BECOME)
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October 26, 2018 10:42 AM PDT
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Directed by Sanjay Rawal (Food Chains), 3100: Run and Become follows Ashprihanal Aalto, an unassuming Finnish paperboy, and Shamita, an Austrian cellist, in their attempts to complete the 3100 Race for Self-Trancendence, the world’s longest certified footrace. Beyond competitiveness and athletic prowess, they run not for glory but for spiritual enlightenment, universal oneness—or because they simply have the responsibility to run. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Sanjay about why we pilgrimage, the relationship between faith and the physical body and how this story has changed his life.

5.03 Goals and Grief in FIRST MAN
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October 21, 2018 10:10 PM PDT
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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)
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October 19, 2018 06:51 PM PDT
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THAT NEVER HAPPENED reveals the story of Canada's first national internment operations
between 1914 - 1920, when over 88,000 people were forced to register and more than 8,500
were wrongfully imprisoned in internment camps across Canada, not for anything they had
done but because of where they came from.
In 1954 the public records were destroyed, and in the 1980s a few brave men and women began
working to reclaim this chapter in history and ensure future generations would know about it. In this 1on1, we speak to director Ryan Boyko about how we own the sins of our past and whether or not he thinks it could happen again.

dOctober18: Anne De Mare and Laverne Berry (CAPTURING THE FLAG)
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October 19, 2018 06:23 PM PDT
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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)
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October 13, 2018 06:01 AM PDT
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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
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October 07, 2018 07:29 PM PDT
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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.

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