The Business (KCRW)
Steve James and Chaz Ebert on ?Life Itself?07/04/14
Filmmaker Steve James and Chaz Ebert, the wife of Roger Ebert, discuss the surprises and challenges of creating a documentary based on the famous film critic?s memoir, Life Itself.
Funding 'Citizen Koch'; Creative Indie Film Marketing
Citizen Koch filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal on why their deal with public television fell apart; Jenny Radelet tells a tale of a film that found a marketing partnership through potatoes.
Paul Haggis on 'Third Person' and Leaving Scientology
Screenwriter and director Paul Haggis on his new film Third Person, his first interview since his public break with the Church of Scientology.
Guillermo del Toro on the Movie Biz, Failure and Saying 'No!'
Kickstarter CEO Wants to Make Your Passion Project
Kickstarter has crowdfunded more than $1 billion worth of projects in five years but CEO Yancey Strickler says it's just getting started.
Directing 'Game of Thrones;' Filmmaker Gifts Viewers
The complex business of directing "Game of Thrones." The unconventional release of "In Your Eyes."
Two Women Who Made 'Frozen' a Modern Disney Classic
Subverting Disney princess clichés, writing the song "Let it Go," and other tales of creating "Frozen."
Jon Favreau on 'Chef' and the Truth about Movie Studios
Jon Favreau on why he chose to make his indie movie, "Chef," without Hollywood movie studio interference.
Mike Judge and Alec Berg on Making HBO?s ?Silicon Valley?
Making 'Silicon Valley', testing 'Beavis and Butt-head' and losing an actor to cancer -- this and more from Mike Judge and Alec Berg.
Kevin Spacey: The Disruptor
Kevin Spacey calls for change in the entertainment business and backs it up by funding and self-releasing his first documentary.
Steven Knight on 'Locke' and 'Millionaire;' 'Mad Men' Artist
How Steven Knight created "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and made his new movie, "Locke." Also, an artist whose work hangs on the Mad Men set.
Making TV the Amazon Studios Way
Amazon Studios Director Roy Price and X-Files creator Chris Carter on making TV shows the Amazon Studios' way.
Errol Morris Loves Directing Ads; Justified's Graham Yost
Errol Morris on the interrotron and his love of directing ads. Graham Yost on making "Justified" in California.
Darren Aronofsky on Making 'Noah'
How Darren Aronofsky made the biblical epic he wanted to make despite push-back from the studio and test audiences.
'Divergent' Producers Launch a Franchise
"Divergent" producers talk launching a franchise, dealing with bad reviews, and making movies in today's Hollywood.
Making 'Veronica Mars;' Breaking the Law to Make a Movie
The creator of "Veronica Mars," and the indie filmmaker who broke the law to make a movie.
The Lunchbox: Making an Indie Film in India
"The Lunchbox" is an indie Indian movie made with help from Europe.
Tragedy on 'Midnight Rider' Shoot Raises Safety Issues
The tragedy on the 'Midnight Rider' shoot has industry veterans calling for change.
Fox's Kevin Reilly Says No to Pilot Season; Runaway VFX Work
The Fox broadcast chair dares to change the TV business. VFX artists call for change of their own.
Steve McQueen on '12 Years a Slave'
Steve McQueen hopes "12 Years a Slave" will help eradicate slavery and convince Hollywood studios to make challenging films.
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