I got a chance to sit down with Eliaz Rodriguez at The Adirondack Film Festival and it was an absolute blast. We got a chance to talk about his life, travels, film making, and so much more in this very special episode. Below is a bunch of stuff I copied and pasted off IMDB:
Eliaz Rodriguez is an international-award-winning autodidact writer, director, and editor from Chicago. In 2008 he co-created the comedy group Wood Sugars and over the next five years produced/directed hundreds of films,...
Warren Holstein is a writer, stand up comedian, movie buff, father, and (most importantly) a friend I had a chance to reconnect with in life and on the podcast. In this episode Warren talks about balancing creative life with being a dad, some of his favorite films, and most importantly a thing called a sleepy sack.
Welcome to the first episode of my Adirondack Film Festival Interviews!
I got a chance to sit down with film director, writer, producer, animator and actor Geoff Marslett. His early career started with the animated short Monkey vs. Robot which was distributed internationally by "Spike and Mike's Classic Festival of Animation" on video and "Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation" in theaters. He directed several successful narrative feature films including MARS and Loves Her...
Anya Marina is a multi talented singer songwriter, actress, and producer of her new web series "Indie-pendent Woman". We got a chance to sit down and talk about music, film, sober dating, and my increasing phobia of hotel carpeting.
Welcome to the first Halloween special of The Cary Allen Picture Show! I originally intended to sit down with Lindsay and Manny Serrano of Mass Grave Pictures about horror films we have in common but the episode takes an amazing turn when Lindsay opens up about her past traumas and ow they shaped the way she makes films. We also touch upon gender relations on set, my own gender neuroses, the under appreciated brilliance of Halloween III, and much much more!
On this episode of The Cary Allen Picture Show I got a chance to sit down with writer/director Austin Kase whose funny and beautiful film "Another Girl" has been making the rounds on the festival circuit. We also unpack his love of The Cohen Brothers, his time at Yale, and our shared gateway film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Writer/Director Jay Giampietro has been a friend for many years and has amassed an impressive body of short films including "The Sun Thief", "Unpresidented", "Whiffed Out", and his most recent short "Quarterbacks" which premiered at the 56th Annual New York Film Festival. I got a chance to catch up with Jay and chat about films, life, and how both of us are in living in constant fear of touching anything.
In this very special almost 4 hour episode I cover my week in Austin Texas for the Austin Revolution Film Festival. Spend everyday with me as I experience the festival, Austin as a city, flesh eating warts, hypochondria, winning an award, and sitting down and interviewing several filmmakers from the festival.
If you've got a long plane ride, this episode is for you!
Here are all the highlights:
Dennis explores Austin: 00:04:54-00:54:19
Interviews with filmmakers:...
Cody Smyth has photographed Joan Jett, Kanye West, Little Wayne, and many more artists, but his most intimate and beautiful work was documenting The Strokes trajectory from kids in a band to full on rock stars over the course of ten years. The journey was collected in his book "The Strokes: The First Ten Years" and we got a chance to talk about his friendship with the band, the humble beginnings, and the onslaught of stardom all through still images. We also reflect on 9/11, it's cultural...
In this solo episode I talk about my most recent Ambien dreamscape experience and a bunch of other things like how I think "The Holy Mountain" is just an inch away from being a sacred work of art and a "How Did This Get Made" episode. Join me as I fall down a rabbit hole of my own thoughts!
Anyone else panic when they spend money? I do. I also talk about the first look of Joaquin Phoenix in "Joker", and a wonderful piece of film noir called "The Breaking Point" from 1950. Join me on this Friday nugget episode!
Emmy nominated production designer and set decorator Nadya Gurevich has an amazing story. From her beginnings in working on short films, to television shows, and now "BlacKkKlansman" and "First Reformed" we talk about the progression of her life and work.
In this episode I get a chance to speak with Greg Esplin who spearheaded, wrote, stars, produced, and co-directs TRAINSPOTTING LIVE, an immersive play that blew my mind when I saw it. Join me to listen to Greg's inspiring journey from the inception of the play to selling out shows and how Irvine Welsh not only gave his blessings but has been there every step of the way for Greg and his cast and crew.
Welcome to the very first solo episode of "The Cary Allen Picture Show"! In this episode I talk about why I cancelled my Netflix subscription (no shade, Netflix...it was just time for a break up) and how I thought doing so was going to upset the balance of my creativity.