Matthew Socey chats with Hoosier Films CEO Meredith McGriff about their Hoosier Films Mobile Cinema. Followed by films Matt watched this week + what you watched.
Host Matthew Socey give us something old (archive interview with Rich Koz, celebrating Koz's broadcast anniversary of Svengoolie) and something new (Official Competition, opening this weekend).
Matthew Socey dips into the archives and relays his chat with author Steve Taravella, who wrote a biography on Mary Wickes (her birthday was this week) and ends the show with a tribute to actor Philip Baker Hall. There's also a lot in between.
Matthew reviews the documentary Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story and has a lively chat with The Two Sisters bookstore co-owner Patty Glen.
Matthew Socey dips into the interview archives and replays his chat with Academy Award winning actor F. Murray Abraham.
Matthew Socey and Brian Hartz discuss the impact on the careers of actor Ray Liotta and musician Vangelis.
Matthew Socey has a spirited chat with writer/TV personality/podcaster Simon Majumdar about the new season of Simon's podcast Eat My Globe and all kinds of cinema stuff.
Matthew Socey reviews Memoria and discusses R-rated films we were not allowed admission to back in the day.
Matthew Socey reviews Happening, Petite Maman and The Duke. Then grab a pencil...
Matthew Socey replays his chat with musician Chuck Leavell (celebrating his birthday this week) from last year. Then grab a pencil...
Matthew Socey reviews Brut Force and Stanleyville, has thoughts on browsing for films while streaming plus a tribute to Robert Morse.
Two of Film Soceyology's usual suspects are on the show this week. Danny Boome talks Easter dishes and Taffeta goes off (in a good way) about the film Gun Crazy.
The Eiteljorg Museum’s newly redesigned Native American Galleries will open to the public this weekend.