Ep 301: David Gordon Green Returns • Patrick Brice • Author Josh Karp

Jun 26, 2015

[9 minutes] Filmmaker David Gordon Green ("George Washington", "Prince Avalanche") returns for his third time on the podcast. Green's latest film, "Manglehorn", starring Al Pacino, Holly Hunter, Chris Messina & Harmony Korine, is currently in theaters and available on demand through iTunes. The film is about a lonely aging locksmith, Manglehorn (Pacino), who is also a widower who begins a wistful relationship with a bank teller (Hunter). The film is being distributed by IFC Films.

[28 min 45 sec] Also on the show is the filmmaker Patrick Brice who has two films that are currently out. The first, "The Overnight", which is currently in theaters and which stars recent Filmwax Radio guest Jason Schwartzman, Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling & Judith Godrèche. They play two pairs of couples who end up having a most memorable evening after putting their kids to bed. The other film is Brice's collaboration with Mark Duplass, a thriller called "Creep", currently available on iTunes. In this one, Brice plays Aaron, who reads an online ad offering him $1,000 if he will film Josef (Duplass) over the course of the day; discretion appreciated. Things are not what they seem. The film is available on iTunes. Early on in the segment we are interrupted by Jason Schwartzman.

[1 hr 6 min] Last up the is the author Josh Karp. Josh has written the book, "Orson Welle's Last Movie: The Making of the Other Side of the Wind". Published by St. Martin's Press, the book is a behind the scenes look at the making of Welle's legendary unfinished last film. Currently there is an Indiegogo campaign that is winding down trying to raise one million dollars. Check out the videos and incentives on the campaign's website, then consider contributing. Karp is also the author of A Futile and Stupid Gesture: How Doug Kenney and National Lampoon Changed Comedy Forever.

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