Sunday, March 28, 2021

My Dinner With My Dinner With Andre (With The Screen's Margins!)

William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are inviting fascinating people to watch MY DINNER WITH ANDRE, a film about fascinating people having a conversation, and have their own conversation about it!

This week's guest host is B PETERSON, the founder of THE SCREEN'S MARGINS, a podcast network dedicated to cinematic voices that many other podcasts ignore! 

The episode features interviews with great movie minds like ANNA CAMPION, MARK EDWARD HEUCK and HAROLD URTEAGA, and (after a short introduction by Bibbs and Witney) it's EXACTLY as long as MY DINNER WITH ANDRE. So it also works as a commentary track!

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1 comment:

  1. Anna Campion finds things boring. "Boring" is the word that thoughtless, shallow people say about things they don't like. It's low effort engagement. She takes this film as a personal affront. It's not.