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Jun 15, 2012

Movie Meltdown - Episode 180

This week we talk with director Amy Seimetz and actors Kentucker Audley and Kate Lyn Sheil about not only their movie "Sun Don't Shine" but also about working and producing films in the indie scene.

And in addition to discussing odd upholstery techniques, we also mention... having a recurring nightmare, Silver Bullets, John Waters, the MTV Movie Awards, what is means to be an indie film veteran, being a conduit, a pilgrimage to meet Wes Anderson, it just hits a tone, having dreams about ripping apart cows, cooking baking and sewing, now I’m retired, making as much as Steven Spielberg, actors holding a boom, the scene where Dawn gets fingered, achievement is so embarrassing, dance movies, Empire Builder, Open Five, it’s not cheese Jess, this very focused mathematical thing, Saturday Night Fever, I’m Still Here, The Comedy, Key Lime Pie, accomplishable tasks, Flick for Mathlete President, Gregory's Girl, the work for an actor never ends, Kris Swanberg, 
‘cause I think you do have to be delusional to go into it, Tiny Furniture, oh... nut cheese!, that’s probably the only thing in the world that can be that perfect, Urban Cowboy, TMZ, These are people that were doing things that I didn’t know you could do, First Winter, it’s really nice to do something constructive... while you’re being crazy, Lena Dunham, telling other directors what would be better, Bottle Rocket, I didn’t realize I was a producer, Jess Weixler, Robert Redford’s Sundance indecent proposal, the people I’m most excited about working with, just happen to be making movies on their own, The Off Hours, Welcome to the Dollhouse, it looked like a gypsy circus tent on the floor, Tender Mercies, 90’s thrillers and... aside from having a beautiful film we now have a ten-month year old baby


“There’s so many routes to go about making films, and the most frustrating and depressing - is to do the traditional Hollywood route.”

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