“The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall,” a weekly celebration of films and filmmaking, is being relaunched via a new channel and a new production outlet. Each half-hour episode will present original interviews with the creative talent on both sides of the camera.
eNewsChannels NEWS: NEW YORK, N.Y. — “The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall,” a weekly celebration of films and filmmaking, is being relaunched via a new channel and a new production outlet.
Starting this week, “The Online Movie Show” will be available on Mondays on the SoundCloud channel: https://soundcloud.com/onlinemovieshow.
Each half-hour episode will present original interviews with the creative talent on both sides of the camera, along with visits by leading film critics to ascertain the best choices in the theaters, on DVD and on the streaming channels.
The first line-up of guests include Peter L. Winkler, editor of the new book “The Real James Dean”; John O’Dowd, author of “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye: The Barbara Payton Story”; Rachel Mason, creator of the award-winning independent feature “The Lives of Hamilton Fish”; and silent film archivist and composer Ben Model.
Upcoming episodes will feature discussions of contemporary Christian filmmaking, the cultural impact of the Three Stooges and a celebration of 1970s adult cinema.
“The Online Movie Show” is produced at the Platinum Wolfe Studios (www.platinumwolfe.com), one of the finest podcast recording studios in the New York market.
Phil Hall brings three decades of film journalism experience to “The Online Movie Show.” He is the author of the acclaimed books “The History of Independent Cinema” and “The Greatest Bad Movies of All Time,” and his new book “In Search of Lost Films” (ISBN: 978-1593939380) was recently published by BearManor Media later this year. His film writing has been featured in The New York Times, Wired and American Movie Classics Magazine.
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