July 29 & 30, 2016
Dear Diary: We went to the South Dakota Film Festival and saw Butter. Then we came home and saw Looper. Joseph Gordon Levitt is dreamy!
Recorded on location at the Zinema 2 movie haus on the occasion of Wild Bill’s Run Duluth premiere. We discuss Lauren Greenfield’s awesome documentary The Queen of Versailles and the Pelican Rapids Pawn Shop, which has a lot of VHS tapes for sale.
We consider politics, pigs and puppetry in this episode of the Free Range Film Podcast.
WANTED: Someone to go back in time with me. This is not a joke. You’ll get paid after we get back. Must bring your own weapons. I have only done this one before. SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED.
In this episode, we refuse to play favorites and highlight some of the films that just happen to be playing at this year’s Free Range Film Festival.
On the latest episode, we preview the 2012 Free Range Film Festival with special guests Johnathon Olson, director of Duluth’s Zinema 2 movie haus, and Marla Peterson, director of Jimmy’s & Anita’s Nut Party. Johnathon tells us about some supercool programming coming up at Zinema. And we talk a lot about pop, which is what we call soft drinks here in Minnesota.
It takes us a long time to get around to reviewing Point Break on this episode. But sometimes the journey is more interesting than the destination.