Smile is the psychological horror feature film directorial debut from director/writer Parker Finn. In this conversation, he talks about what it’s like having a $200 million plus box office smash, his inspiration for the story, his love of practical effects, and much more.
Featuring never-before-seen archival footage, Escape from Kabul tells story of a historic confrontation in Kabul that unfolds over 18 monumental days in August 2021, when a U.S. led force conducted the final withdrawal of its troops and supporters from Afghanistan. Director Jamie Roberts discusses the importance of considering all perspectives in documentary filmmaking, what it was like to interview Taliban commanders on-location, work with the U.S. Marines to get the full story, and more.
In the world of Major League Baseball no one has created a mythology like Nolan Ryan. Told from the point of view of the hitters who faced him and the teammates who revered him, “Facing Nolan” is the definitive documentary of a Texas legend. We had the pleasure of speaking with director Bradley Jackson about his great film. Baseball fans, you don’t wanna miss this.
This week is all about animation. I review DC’s Aquaman mini-series turned feature film, the stop-motion animated mockumentary about a living shell, and talk to the writer/director of Pixar’s newest big picture.
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.