Ep 165: Kent Turner • Seán Ó Cualáín • DETONATOR

Sep 25, 2013

[5 mins.] Film reviewer Kent Turner recounts his recent trip to the Toronto International Film Festival where he saw some 36 films. Kent's writing may be found on his website, Film-Forward.

[26 mins. 55 secs.] Next up is the Irish filmmaker, Seán Ó Cualáín, whose new documentary, "Men at Lunch", tracks the history and subjects of the iconic 1932 photograph of workmen taking their lunch perched on a girder high above New York City on the 69th floor of Rockefeller Center.

[44 mins.] Lastly is the team behind the new indie film, "Detonator", filmmakers Damon Maulucci & Keir Politz, and the actor Ben Fine. The film will be screening later this week at Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival in Bay City, Michigan. The interview took place at the Brooklyn Film Festival where the film had its premiere.

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