On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, my guest was Sachin Dheeraj Mudigonda, whose new film, a 24-minute documentary called Testimony of Ana is currently on the festival circuit, currently playing at the Krakow Film Festival (from May 30 to Sunday, June 6) in Poland after premiering at the Hot Docs Film Festival earlier this month. The film is about the life of Anaben Pawar, an elderly tribal woman accused of witchcraft in rural India.
Featured image: Jason Sudeikis in Ted Lasso, now streaming on Apple TV+. (Courtesy of Apple TV.) Ted Lasso is a comedy that’s been a hit since its release last summer, a story about the ever-so-positive coach Ted Lasso (played by Jason Sudeikis), who goes from coaching a Kansas football team to a championship in America to [...]
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by some of the team behind the new film Don’t Let Her In, including writer and director Ted Nicolaou, as well as two-thirds of the main cast in Lorin Doctor as the villainous Serena and Cole Pendery as Ben. The project is about a young couple -- Amber (Kelly Curran) and Ben -- who rent out one of their rooms to a mysterious new tenant, Serena, in a film very much inspired by Rosemary’s Baby.
Here’s a special episode of my podcast The Filmcraziest Show, where I was joined by the team behind the new dark comedy Murder Bury Win, including writer and director Michael Lovan, as well as the core cast of the film in Mikelen Walker as Chris, Erich Lane as Adam and Henry Alexander as Barrett. The [...]
For this episode of my podcast The Filmcraziest Show, I was able to speak with Iain Cooke, music supervisor on the new Apple TV+ Original series 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything. The show is a docuseries about the musicians and soundtracks that shaped the culture and politics of the year 1971. In the conversation, we chat about reuniting with director Asif Kapadia, the process for this series, as well as immersing himself into the year of 1971 and the 158 songs put into this project.
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by Tim Orr as we talked about the second season of the Apple TV+ Original "DICKINSON." He's one of the key parts of bringing Emily Dickinson's world in 1850's Amherst to life in the show, as we chat about the visual look of the show, collaborating with five different directors each season and much more.
The Fantasia International Film Festival recently announced the first wave of programming for its 25th edition of the festival, which will take place online from August 5 to 25, 2021. You can find the full list of titles in the first wave here, and one interesting aspect of this year’s festival is featuring a focus [...]
Dickinson, an Apple TV+ original, is a funny and entertaining look at the life of Emily Dickinson (played by Hailee Steinfeld), as very much a period piece set in the 1850’s with all the sensibilities and humour of the modern day. Being a period piece, some of the most important aspects of this show come from behind the scenes especially in the visuals depicting the time, including production design, set design and notably the costume design, as well.
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show I was joined by costume designer Jennifer Moeller to chat about the second season of Dickinson.