Alex Karpovsky is a name to get to know as he’s showcased he’s a talented writer, director, & actor (amongst other things). The busy Boston native is seen on HBO’s award-winning GIRLS series, one movie out now and two others coming out later this week, he’ll be at SXSW with another film and he’s in the upcoming Coen Brothers film. Alex took part in a fun phone call interview where we discuss all of that and much much more. Click thru for my chat with Writer/Director/Actor Alex Karpovsky.
Catch Me If You Can is at the Music Hall at Fair Park through February 24th and is a must-see show! PSD was able to chat with one of the talented stars of the show. Amy Burgmaier plays Brenda’s Bayou Country mom Carol, Principal Owing, Bank Teller and one of the Skyway Stewardess. Click through for our chat with Amy Burgmaier.
TLFF opening night film, Blood Brother, was an emotional look into the bold life that Rocky Braat lives. The young Pittsburgh native traveled to India to find himself and ended up falling for group of children infected with HIV. Rocky’s best friend Steve Hoover decided to chronicle the journey and 3 years later with 9 terabytes of footage they would have much more on their hands. Blood Brother’s Producer Danny Yourd and Writer/Editor Tyson VanSkiver were in Denton, Tx for the Thin Line Film Festival and chatted with me about that incredible journey. Click thru for our interview with Danny and Tyson and also photos from the opening weekend of Thin Line Film Festival.
This Sunday Night the great comedian, actress, activist and downright awesome lady that is Lily Tomlin will be at the Winspear Opera House for one-night only! I was able to chat with the icon about her Texas Ties, the dynamics of her show, and her work on stage, TV and Film. Click thru for the interview and also information about how to win a pair of tickets to the show on Sunday.
“Disney Historian Jim Korkis, well-known for his columns on MousePlanet.com (including articles about Song of the South, under the pseudonym Wade Sampson), has just released the first ever book primarily focused on the history of Walt Disney’s Song of the South.”
Click thru for our extensive Interview with Author and Disney Historian Jim Korkis.
A gripping true tale of the horrors of World War II told thru the heroic eyes of a Macedonian country, town and team. Darko Mitrevski‘s The Third Half is a heart-breaking love story that also happens to be one of the best sports films in decades. Darko talked with us about his incredible film, which is the Macedonian entry for the 2012 Oscars.
“Rough, raw and unapologetically inspirational, LET FURY HAVE THE HOUR is a charged journey into the heart of the creative counter-culture in 2012. In a time of global challenges, big questions and by-the-numbers politics, this upbeat, outspoken film tracks the story of the artists, writers, thinkers and musicians who have gone underground to re-imagine the world – honing in on equality, community and engaged creativity – in exuberantly paradigm-busting ways.”