Sep 10, 2017
Movie Meltdown - Episode 409
This week we welcome our special guests - director
Harris Doran and actress Catherine
Curtin (Orange is the New Black) to discuss the
making of their film Beauty Mark. Plus we
reminisce about a recent visit to Hollywood Forever
Cemetary and remember a few films that have been shot in our
neighborhood over the years.
And while we address the ups and downs of shooting in a "regular" town, we also discuss... Anastasia, being an astronaut, the Stephen King shuffle, having acted having thought having written, pumpkin shaped Peeps, 28 Days Later, Charlie Chaplin Studios, Elizabethtown, my mom needed a place to put me in the afternoons, heading toward Halloween, so much of the world of... art is this extended family, you can rebuild again, The Shining, when I went into acting it was a job choice, view of the Hollywood sign, Harry Potter, diving into the belly of the beast, Charlie number three, Rose Red, The Goonies, iconic morning shot, the next Baryshnikov, Pennywise, and they left with a camera, taking a bite out of those billions, Stand by Me, by diving into something worse you're maybe resurrected on the other side of it, movies on the mausoleum, I'm just trying to get to my house, The Colonel and Muhammad Ali and William Girdler.
"Any art... is only good art if it's personal."
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For more on the Louisville Film Society, go to: http://www.louisvillefilmsociety.org/