August 9th, 2010
Episode 131 of 256 episodes
Director James Fair and producer Gary Hoctor chat with Paul Harris about the 72 Hour Film Project; Nick Matteo reviews The 2000 Year Old Man: The Complete History – Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks, available through Madman, and Freebie & The Bean, available from the Warner Archive Collection; writer/producer Paul Margolis is on the phone to discuss his upcoming workshop, How To Break Into Hollywood From 10,000 Kilometres Away; Ian Thompson reviews the latest from Roman Polanski, The Ghost Writer, the black comedy World's Greatest Dad and the latest remake of The Crazies, both out now on DVD; Brian McFarlane reviews The Special Relationship; and Richard Lowenstein talks about his career and the making and re-release of Dogs In Space and the feature documentary, We're Livin' on Dog Food.
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