Movie Meltdown: Allison Anders at Harry Dean Stanton Fest
Join us “live” from The Kentucky Theater for this year’s Harry Dean Stanton Fest with special guest – director Allison Anders.
And as we try to decide if we’ve had too much coffee with Allison Anders, we also delve into… Wim Wenders, the unacknowledged Kevin Bacon, Billy Woodberry, RiverDale, double features, the OG, Billy Swan, The Paramount and The Capital, cop shows, American independent cinema, post office anxiety, I don’t want you to die by the way, Paris, Texas, Nicholas Ray, the L.A. Rebellion, Steven Bochco, Illeana Douglas, friends trying to makes a film together, Werner Herzog, you have control over nothing, bawled like a baby, Fairuza Balk, movie palaces, Southland, Duran Duran, Rodrigo García, never give up, Murder in the First, how to get a t-shirt, Ione Skye, there’s a lot of pointing, Lightning Over Water, I’d won a grant, this is like a new movement in movies here in our film school, DIY culture, Stanley Kubrick, telling amazing stories and Paul is Dead.
“I don’t know how you could not be in love with movies.”
For more on Harry Dean Stanton Fest: harrydeanstantonfest.org
For more on The Kentucky Theater: kentuckytheatre.org
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