Episode #10A — RAINDANCE (2017) — The Good, The Bad and The Just Plain Standard
(Recorded on the 09 OCT 2017)
Wherein we talk about film festivals in general, Raindance in particular, submissions, casting rant Weinstein, independent filmmaking, Lo-to-No Budget Filmmaking, Isolani, festival Q&A’s, phones during screening, Edie, Melocotones (Peaches), festival passes, industry events, Oh Lucy!, ginger fetish, Barrage, Apricot Groves, creative use of mirrors, long takes, an evening with Patrick Tucker, red carpet, I’m Not Here, The Constitution, Oscar categories, Black Hollow Cage, tips for future Raindance attendees, Gunpowder, business cards, awards, web-series, BRUCE, Jezabel, Bertrand, parisians, Pls Like, Emmys, Con Man, French people stealing the show, Eliott Grove’s three fingers, podcast listeners, anecdotes, acting for stage vs acting for camera, training and acting techniques, casting, stoicism, That’s Not Me, inner game, Secrets of Screen Acting, Instagram series and our FaceBook group.
Erratum: Yann said Melocotones/Peaches’ director is Spanish, he is not, he is from Dominican Republic, the language spoken in the movie is Spanish.
“If you fight you might lose, if you don’t you have already lost.”
Is it Good, Bad or just plain Standard? Listen to find out.
Hosted by Adam Dick, Anouk Aslam Wulfing & Yann Sicamois.
Produced by Milk In A Wineglass.