Director Bart Layton leverages his history with documentaries in American Animals, a bold feature debut about four privileged real-life college friends who rely on their knowledge of movies to plan and execute a rare book heist.
On this episode of FF+, Patrick and friend of the show Francisco Ruiz take a crack at walking through one of Patrick’s favorite types of storytelling: documentaries. Here they explore what makes a documentary entertaining, how real people can turn into heroes and villains, and why 80’s video games are the best ever. Hope you enjoy! (This episode was originally released on June 8, 2017 as part of a sister project called Feelin’ Film Plus. It is being re-uploaded to our main feed so that it is available again.)
We’ve got the cream of the crop and the pick of the litter this week on BEHIND THE LENS thanks to our guests SANTINO PANICO, DANA NACHMAN, and DON HARDY. First up […]
Out of Time & the Back to the Future DeLorean Documentary with Steve Concotelli Today on the show we have documentary filmmaker Steve Concotelli, the director of OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine. Out of Time is the documentary about the restoration of the screen used Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine. We discuss how…
I thought Chris was going to be the first documentarian to answer the DF4Q, but in his podcast interview I found out that he’s an award winning screenwriter and fine […]