Category Archives: Interviews

Netflix’s Daredevil: Chasing Ghosts, For Love of a City (TV Review)

“Can I get a witness?” That’s what watching Netflix’s Daredevil was like for me. Not just a mesmerizing bit of eye candy a la Banshee, Game of Thrones, or Scandal, but a real, honest-to-goodness parable of good versus evil, of motivations, of the tearing … Continue reading

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Pass The Light: Victor Hawks Dishes On His Film (Interview)

Pass the Light hits select Carmike Theaters this Friday. Clergy can get in free, and youth can get a free Coke. I sat down with screenwriter Victor Hawks to discuss the importance of the film and its message about a political … Continue reading

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Don’t Give Up, Don’t Give In: Cynthia Zamperini-Garris On Unbroken, Her Father, & His New Book

What would you do if you were lost at sea? Imprisoned and beaten in an enemy war prison? Losing the love of your life because of your own addiction and anger? In 1949, Louie Zamperini heard Billy Graham preach, and … Continue reading

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The Overnighters: One-on-One With Director Jesse Moss (Interview)

The Overnighters tells the story of Pastor Jay Reinke, of Wiliston, ND, who opened the doors of his church, Concordia Lutheran, and his home to homeless men seeking jobs in the oil fields. While some of the struggles may be … Continue reading

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One-On-One With Red Band Society/The Good Lie’s Margaret Nagle (Movie/TV Interview)

The Good Lie, showing in theaters this Friday, tells the story of a group of Sudanese young men who find safe haven in the United States through a humanitarian mission and meet their employment caseworker, Carrie Davis (Reese Witherspoon). Before … Continue reading

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One-on-One with Black-ish’s Kenya Barris (TV/Interview)

Raised in Inglewood in Los Angeles, CA, screenwriter Kenya Barris grew up knowing what it was like to be black. But years later, married to a doctor and the father to five children, his expectations for what it meant and … Continue reading

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The Song: Story-Driven vs. Message-Driven, Interview With Writer/Director Richie Ramsey (Movie Interview)

Having seen The Song, I was impressed by the story, the acting, and cinematography. How were you able to achieve that level of quality in all three phases? That’s quite the trifecta. Thank you very much! This is ultimately the … Continue reading

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