October 3rd, 2009
Episode 98 of 256 episodes
Chris and Suzi from the SKANC Short Film Festival are in the studio to talk to Paul Harris about the event; Brian McFarlane gives his take on Inglourious Basterds and Mao's Last Dancer, and reviews the book Elia Kazan: The Cinema of an American Outsider; Paul speaks with actor Christopher Pate about the 1977 Australian film The Mango Tree, produced by his father Michael Pate and now available on DVD through Umbrella Entertainment; and Michael Helms reviews Shadows & Light: Journeys with Outlaws in Revolutionary Hollywood, the autobiography of award-winning writer/director/stuntman Gary Kent.
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