In this special episode of FF+, Aaron and Patrick interview director and screenwriter Thomas Bezucha about his film “Let Him Go”, a dramatic crime thriller adapted from the novel of the same name by author Larry Watson.
In this special episode of FF+, Aaron and Patrick interview screenwriter of the “Back to the Future” trilogy, Bob Gale. Bob tells stories about the creation of the franchise and talks about some of the new special features present in the 35th Anniversary “Ultimate Trilogy” set releasing on October 20, 2020, for the first time ever in 4K.
In this special episode of FF+, Aaron and Patrick interview author of the 2014 book “Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle That Defined a Generation”, Blake J. Harris, and co-director of “Console Wars” the documentary film, Jonah Tulis.
This week, in a special episode of FF+, we bring to you an interview with 2D Sequence Director and Voice Actor for “SGT Stubby: An American Hero” Jordan Beck. Jordan is also the Chief Operations Officer for Fun Academy Media Group. We talk about their excellent latest animated film, its educational and historical value, and the kind of engaging learning through entertainment that the studio seeks to bring to cinemas everywhere.
For this special minisode, we are joined by Scott Conroy, the writer and creator of the new scripted podcast, BLACKOUT, which is a story centered around the town of Berlin, New Hampshire in the midst of a citywide blackout and the fallout that comes from it. It’s narrated by and stars Oscar award winner Rami Malek as Simon Itani, the local DJ. It’s got the flavor of shows like LOST and THE WALKING DEAD, so if you are a fan of those, you’ll want to check it out. It’s 8 total episodes, 7 of which have released as of this conversation, and available via Apple Podcast. We interview Scott about how he got into script writing, where his idea came from, how Rami Malek got involved, and more. You can listen to BLACKOUT on Apple Podcasts now (see link below).
In this week’s episode of FF+ Aaron reviews Arctic and chats with its leading man Mads Mikkelsen, then the guys reveal the 2019 Feeler’s Choice Award nominations and give out the details on how you can be a part of voting for the winners.
New For You (Arctic) – 0:01:56
Interview with Mads Mikkelsen – 0:07:39
Feeler’s Choice Award Nominations Reveal – 0:17:00
Instant Family is one of the year’s best feel-good family films, and offers a hilarious, intimate, and genuinely heartfelt look into the adoption process. Aaron sits down with director/co-writer Sean Anders to discuss how his own story inspired the film and why it means so much to him.