A very special episode where the microphone gets turned on me! I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Al Lifecoach about my entire creative history starting with the band years all the way up to now as well as how Buddhism and a positive mindset can breed more creativity and success.
I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Alanah Rafferty who discusses her upcoming film MUTINY and how women are having a stronger voice in the psychological thriller and horror genre as well as discuss diversity in film.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with actress, writer, and producer Patricia Selznick to discuss her love of music videos and how they inspired her to tell stories, her life as an actress, writer, and producer, her short films "Chocolates" and "Con Spirito", and the importance of inclusivity. Music Videos To Watch Before The Show: The Shoes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pt9wnawn7xQ ALT J: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCCXq9QB-dQ
In this episode of The Cary Allen Picture Show I am joined again by Anthony De Lioncourt as we discuss how PBS in the 80s totally screwed us up as kids but made us better filmmakers, the films we discovered from it, and the absolute most disturbing episode of Little House On The Prairie of all time.
Welcome to the first episode of The Cary Allen Picture Show where I, Dennis Cahlo, sit down with fellow filmmakers to discuss the movies that inspired us as kids to become the filmmakers we are today. In this episode I'm joined by Anthony De Lioncourt and we discuss the brilliant cinematography of the 1991 bomb "Cool As Ice" as well as spiral out of control into a deep film nerd rabbit hole.