On this 48 Hour Film Project themed show, Joey and Wynn start by talking to Executive Producer Deborah Gordon, and then talk with Josh Moody of Nashville Cinematics and Travis Slagle, Sam Szwaglis, and Sarah Jane Carbonneau of Twisted Root Productions.
Wynn talks with some cast and crew from the new web series Less Than Super: Sandrene Matthews, Brandon Davis, Jessica Warman, and Charlie Ridgely. After that he chats with Elizabeth Ayers from Jane & June Entertainment about her latest, Madhouse Mecca.
On this special festival episode, Joey catches up with Alicia J. Rose and Lara Cuddy from The Benefits of Gusbandry, and veterans of the show: Cameron McCasland, Justin Stokes, as well as Kenny Garner and crew.
The theme of tonight's show is the 54 Hour Film Fest--we talk to Chris Keyes, Susannah Devereux, Travis Slagle, Sam Szwaglis, Sarah Carbonneau, Jacob Cleaver, Jacob Bauman, and Ashley Sweeton about the 54 Hour Film Fest.
We have the President of women in film, Nan Puetz; the Program Director for TN Women in Film Ava Leigh Stewart; actor and model Stirling Everly; and veteran actor and former radio personality, Christopher James.
Today’s episode is titled Close encounters of the Fifth kind: the story of a couple radio hosts who took things a little too far with their guests. Mykie Fisher, Terrence Lenning, Megan McInnis, and Jeff Gordon join us in studio.
Today’s fine episode is titled “Mission Possible,” the story of a couple of crack accountants that crunch numbers to great success Monday through Friday. We have Justin Tandy, Kelly Frey, and Lynda Evjen in studio, all while Galen pursues his dream of watching every Tom Cruise movie in a week.
Today's fine episode is titled Slightly Less Mad Max. Join Max as he works through his problems through therapy and self-awareness. Stephen Yake and Sergio Ramos join us in studio, all while Galen continues his trip around the world, via the internet.
Today's fine episode is titled Tex Machina, the tale of pseudo-Mexican robots. Joining us in studio are Zac Adams and Bob Daniel--all while Galen listens in from his remote North African studio, where he frequents on vacation.
Today's fine episode is titled Avengers: Age of Tron. The story of how our favorite superheroes get trapped inside the game Tron. We have in studio Kris Wente, Justin Tandy, and Dustin Hyer, all this while Galen--well, isn't here.
This block of red carpet interviews features some of the cast and crew of the documentary features at this year's festival. Featured are Aviva Kempner with Rosenwald; Tomo Fujiyama and Josh Bishop with Made in Japan; Rick Goldsmith and Chamique Holdsclaw with Mind/Game: The Unquiet Story of Chamique Holdsclaw; Bao Nguyen, Tom Broecker, J.L. Pomeroy, Demetra Stavrakas, and Sarah Cowperthwaite with Live From New York; Erin Derham with Buskin' Blues.
We catch back up with some of Nashville's finest filmmakers, and previous guests, both on and off the red carpet. Spenser Fritz, Sara Antonio, Josh Harrell, Sarah Shoemaker, Justin Stokes, Drew Langer, and Susannah Devereux are interviewed.
The actors, directors, and producers behind the local hit Paternity Leave walk the red carpet. Robin Daugherty, Rebecca Lines, Rafael Sochakov, Matt Riddlehoover, Dustin Tittle, Cameron McCasland, and Josh Ickes are interviewed.
These red carpet interviews highlight narrative short and feature films. Shelby interviews Rena Owen with The Dead Lands; Sharon Lawrence and Gabriel Olson with The Bridge Partner; Tony Aloupis with Safelight; Bob Byington with 7 Chinese Brothers; Justin Tandy and Dustin Hyer with Reminiscent; and Josh Epstein, Kyle Rideout, and Sara Canning with Eadweard.
Our in-studio guests tonight are “Nashville” actress, as well as co-author of “The Masterpiece Within,” Claudia Church and, from the web series, "Johnny Dynamo” which will be playing at the Nashville Film Festival this weekend, actor Jonathan Everett.
Today's fine episode is titled Octapussycat, the tale of an old action hero sitting in a chair in front of his fire with a cat. Spenser Fritz, Amanda Dillingham, Seth Christian, and Diane LeJeune all join us in studio, all while Galen finishes his month long solitaire game.