Every Friday we review films that are part of our non-stop festivals. These festivals will cover a treasure trove of topics about film history from famous directors to genres to modern classics and punishment reviews. We are here to dive deep into each film and educate ourselves and you along the way. And what better way to have these discussions than with old friends. Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher had a podcast since 2007 named A Damn Movie Podcast with over 300 episodes, in 2019 we decide ...
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Director Christo Brock follows two sets of accomplished home brewers who are looking to open their own breweries in Long Beach, California. Warning: The documentary Brewmance will make you incredibly thirsty for a cold beer.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This indie sci-fi feature explores realistic telepathy technology that is quickly becoming reality via companies like Elon Musk's Neuralink. Khalil Sullins discusses his exhilarating award-winning sci-fi thriller Listening.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A man's solitary life is interrupted when he receives a neighbor's package bearing a horrifying secret. Director Mark Wilson discusses his harrowing indie thriller Wade in the Water.By Film Threat Podcast Network
After fleeing a backwoods cult, a woman tries to turn her life around and must face her dark past to save a down syndrome girl. Director Chad Crawford Kinkle and actor Larry Fessenden chat about their ethereal horror film Dementer.By Film Threat Podcast Network
After leaving her husband and young daughter, Dara returns home to a child who no longer recognizes her. Director Jesse Klein discusses his compelling indie drama Like a House on Fire starring Sarah Sutherland.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The lead editor for the documentary Life in a Day 2020 explains how it was possible to assemble 1,000s of hours of videos captured from around the world on the same day -- July 25, 2020. Nse Asuquo discusses how this remarkable doc was made.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we get into our 3rd installment of our Director's Revenge Festival with the one and only Ridley Scott who comes back with a fantastic and entertaining sci-fi flick with Matt Damon in The Martian after a decade of ho-hum epics. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscri…
While at a Jewish funeral service with her parents, a college student has an awkward encounter with her sugar daddy and her ex-girlfriend. Director Emma Seligman chats about her feature Shiva Baby, party drama, thriller and comedy all at once.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Lola's world is turned upside down when a fun night out with friends goes horribly wrong. Director Antoine Allen’s bold boxing movie Lola is more than just a female Rocky.By Film Threat Podcast Network
From TV to the web and the rise of digital experiences, make|SHIFT explores the art and science behind advertising. Co-directors Casey Suchan and Tim Cawley discuss their documentary make|SHIFT, a story of the agencies and makers behind the brands.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Rian Johnson gets revenge on all the Star Wars nerds with the highly entertaining whodunnit about a rich author playing games with his inheritance in 2019's Knives Out. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you hear!…
A videographer captures the crazy antics of friends, family and guests at a Jewish teen's wild bar mitzvah. Director Jonathan Kaufman delivers Donny's Bar Mitzvah, the weirdest, wildest, raunchiest comedy in years!By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Robin Lutz and co-producer and art historian Marijnke de Jong discuss their documentary M.C. Escher: Journey To Infinity, about the life and work of the Dutch graphic artist.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A drifter played by Nicolas Cage is tricked into a janitorial job at the now condemned Willy's Wonderland. Fists fly, kicks land and titans clash. Director Kevin Lewis discusses Cage and the wild indie action comedy Willy's Wonderland.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Malcolm Ingram’s doc about the career and life of Kevin Smith premieres at the SXSW Film Festival. The doc takes a deep dive into the filmmaker who brought us Clerks, Mallrats and Jay & Silent Bob. The doc is simply called Clerk.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Suspicion turns to obsession when a man starts to think that an oddball neighbor killed a 5-year-old girl. Director Tyler Wayne reveals the secrets behind his indie thriller Goodbye, Butterfly.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we begin our Director's Revenge festival where we highlight the fantastic Australian director George Miller and his comeback action masterpiece of his beloved franchise with Mad Max Fury Road starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to su…
In 2016, almost anyone you asked, or any poll you consulted, pointed to a Hillary Clinton landslide. Director James Fletcher’s balanced documentary The Accidental President seeks to answer one question: How the hell did Donald Trump win?By Film Threat Podcast Network
A unique crew of bus drivers attempt to put on a homemade amateur theater adaptation of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi, horror classic Alien. Hilarity and chaos ensues. Lucy Harvey and Danielle Kummer discuss their documentary Alien on Stage premiering at SXSW.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Sean Sakamoto and actors Richard Kind and Skipp Sudduth battle technical issues while attempting to chat about their short film The Reception, a powerful exploration of the desire for love in the midst of a nation torn by hate.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Meow this one was bad. Like confusing bad. Join us as we tear through the Razzie Award winner based on Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous play and directed by Tom Hooper.
A hacker and a librarian soon find themselves in over their heads when they compete in a dark web secret society's global recruitment game. Director Alan Ritchson discusses his wildly original thriller-comedy Dark Web Cicada 3301.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Jill Gevargizian delivers a hauntingly original horror film with The Stylist, about a lonely hairstylist obsessed with the lives of her clients who descends into murderous madness. Wigs, scissors and salons will never be the same.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Each year, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival bestows special recognition to outstanding films and filmmakers participating in its annual international celebration of the cinema arts. In Competition titles vie for honors across six Jury Prize categories, including Best Narrative, Documentary, and Short, as well as Building Bridges, Human Rights, and …
Kevin MacLeod unwittingly becomes one of the most heard composers in the world by releasing thousands of songs for free. Filmmaker Ryan Camarda discusses his doc Royalty Free: The Music of Kevin MacLeod.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A Korean immigrant with a severely scarred face visits a black market hospital in Queens to seek plastic surgery. Director Christina Yoon chats about her award-winning short film.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we end out our Unusual Musicals Festival with the one and only Lars Von Trier and his truly haunting and sad story of Selma (Bjork) slowly becoming blind and escaping into her love of musicals.
Director Keith Thomas delivers a completely different kind of horror film with The Vigil, the story of a young man who agrees to fulfill the duties of a "shomer," the ritualistic practice of looking after a dead body over the course of one night.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Legendary underground cartoonist Spain Rodriguez is described as a “Working-class Latino hood, crossed with crazy artist, crossed with left-wing radical.” Bad Attitude: The Art of Spain Rodriguez is an intimate portrait by his wife, filmmaker Susan Stern.By Film Threat Podcast Network
One of the biggest silver linings of a hybrid edition of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is the ability to bring film talent together from all around the world in an even more robust way than in a typical year. There is perhaps no better example of that than our opening night. We kicked off the 2021 AJFF with the North American premiere of boundar…
The directorial debut from Chicago-based filmmaker Ravin Gandhi, 100 Days to Live follows a woman who grapples with her inner demons in a race against the clock to discover the identity of a killer, and more importantly, his motive.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Stephen DeBro chronicles larger-than-life characters and violent clashes surrounding Los Angeles’ iconic Olympic Auditorium. The Slamdance Film Festival closing night documentary 18th & Grand explores issues that continue to roil America.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Documentary filmmaker Ondi Timoner examines America's opioid crisis through the eyes of the recovering addicts and political leaders on the frontlines in her documentary Coming Clean.By Film Threat Podcast Network
As America rips apart at the seams, filmmaker Ben Rekhi follows unsung heroes on the difficult journey of bridging our political and racial divides in his documentary The Reunited States.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Join the guys this week as Palcher goes through all the films he saw at the all-virtual Sundance 2021. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. Follow us for more interaction and content: INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/deepdivefilms…
Fans from across America attend Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, gathering to shred with rock star "counselors" and learning to rock like the legends. Filmmaker Douglas Blush talks about making the doc Rock Camp, the Movie.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Though audiences will experience most of this year’s Atlanta Jewish Film Festival in the Virtual Cinema, organizers were also committed to finding fun and innovative ways to safely bring the community together. Thus, plans for a night at the drive-in were born! Three nights, actually. Thanks to an exclusive partnership with Mercedes-Benz Stadium, t…
This indie drama starts where most rom-coms end and gets very real. Director and star Michele Remsen reveals the roots of romance in her heartfelt anti-romantic comedy Toss It.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Premiering at the Slamdance Film Festival, Jason Polevoi’s documentary A Tiny Ripple of Hope follows Jahmal Cole, the charismatic leader of My Block, My Hood, My City: an organization that brings hope and opportunity to teenagers across Chicago.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we continue our Unusual Musicals festivals with a truly weird and unusual film about a British Lord paranoid schizophrenia who thinks he's Jesus Christ. Written from a play by Peter Barnes, directed by Peter Mazak and starring Peter O'Toole. So many Peter's! Enjoy the show!
A planet-killing comet hurtles toward Earth as a family fights to reach a possible safe haven. Director Ric Roman Waugh chats about his epic disaster film Greenland starring Gerard Butler.By Film Threat Podcast Network
We’re counting down to the start of this year’s Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and here to help you get ready for our hybrid 21st edition. By now, you may have perused the film lineup in the AJFF program guide or website. With such a diverse array of international and independent movies to pick from, it’s not always easy to choose. Our latest podcas…
A couple fight to hold their relationship together as a memory loss virus spreads and threatens to erase the history of their love. Ultimate Film Fanatic champion and director Chad Hartigan discusses his sci-fi, pandemic romance starring Olivia Cooke.By Film Threat Podcast Network