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Episode Guide

  • Season 4
    • Amir Bar-Lev, James Strouse
      Amir Bar-Lev, director of My Kid Could Paint That James Strouse, director of Grace is Gone
    • Toronto International Film Festival Highlights
      From Toronto, film critic Robert Wilonsky discusses highlights and films from the 32nd annual Toronto International Film Festival.
    • Richard Shepard, Steal a Pencil for Me
      Richard Shepard, director of The Matador, discusses his new film, The Hunting Party, starring Richard Gere; plus, the documentary Steal a Pencil for Me.
    • Craig Zobel, Kene Holliday
      Great Wall of Sound director Craig Zobel and actor Kene Holliday talk about their upcoming film about salesmen trying to sign new musical talent.
    • Best of 2007 (So Far)
      A best of 2007 mid year. Host Robert Wilonsky talks about his favorite films and interviews from the year so far.
    • Rick Caine and Debbie Melnyk, Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis
      Directors Rick Caine and Debbie Melnyk discuss Manufacturing Dissent, and Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis talk about their documentary, King Corn.
    • Seth Gordon, Justin Theroux and Billy Crudup
      Director Seth Gordon discusses his documentary The King of Kong, plus, Justin Theroux and Billy Crudup talk about their collaboration on Dedication.
    • Brett Ratner and Chris Tucker
      Director Brett Ratner and actor Chris Tucker talk about Rush Hour 3.
    • Jefrey Blitz, Frank Oz and Alan Tudyk
      Director Jeffrey Blitz talks about his film Rocket Science. Plus, actor/director Frank Oz and actor Alan Tudyk discuss the making of their latest film, Death at a Funeral.
    • David Wain, Ken Marino, and Paul Rudd
      David Wain, Ken Marino, and Paul Rudd discuss their collaboration on their new film, The Ten. A story/sketch comedy based on the Ten Commandments that also stars Winona Ryder and Jessica Alba.
    • James Blunt, Steven Cantor
      Singer/Songwriter James Blunt and director Steven Cantor discuss their new documentary James Blunt: Return to Kosovo.
    • Anthony Daniels
      Anthony Daniels
      Episode 28
      For the 30th anniversary year of Star Wars, actor Anthony Daniels (C-3PO) talks about his role of a lifetime in the films, including what the character has meant to both himself and his fans.
    • Bill Paxton
      Bill Paxton
      Episode 27
      Actor Bill Paxton (The Good Life, Apollo 13, One False Move) discusses his TV series role as a polygamist on Big Love, his decades long career in the film industry, and what drives his passion for choosing films.
    • Kasi Lemmons, George Ratliff and Sam Rockwell
      Director Kasi Lemmons discusses her new film Talk to Me, starring Don Cheadle and Chiwetel Ejiofor, about the story of Washington D.C. radio personality Ralph "Petey" Greene, an ex-con who became a popular talk show host and community activist in the 1960s. Plus, director George Ratliff and actor Sam Rockwell talk about their new psychological thriller, Joshua.moreless
    • Bruce Willis
      Bruce Willis
      Episode 25
      Actor Bruce Willis (Die Hard, Sixth Sense, Sin City) talks about his latest film, Live Free or Die Hard, the fourth film in the Die Hard series, in which John McClane (Willis) takes on an Internet-based terrorist organization.
    • Zoe Cassavetes, Broken English Cast
      Robert Wilonsky talks with the director and cast of the latest HDNet Films release, Broken English. Written and directed by Zoe Cassavetes, and starring Parker Posey, Gena Rowlands, Melvil Poupaud and Drea de Mattea, Broken English tells the story of Nora, a 30-something girl in a series of dead-end relationships, with an overbearing mother and a friend with a "perfect marriage", who faces a life change when she meets an outgoing Frenchman.moreless
    • Andrew Currie, James Scurlock
      Director Andrew Currie discusses his new film Fido, about a boy befriending a zombie living next door, plus, director James Scurlock talks about, Maxed Out, a documentary focusing on the credit card culture in which Americans are living much of their lives with enormous debt.
    • Gorden Pinsent, Sarah Polley, John Carney, Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova
      Actor Gorden Pinsent and actress Sarah Polley who turns writer-director with her new film, Away From Her. Plus, winner of the dramatic audience award at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, Once, director John Carney, Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova discuss their modern day musical.
    • William Friedkin, Peter Krause
      The French Connection director, William Friedkin, talks about his latest film Bug. Peter Krause, of Six Feet Under fame, chats about his latest work, Civic Duty.
    • HDNet Films' Fay Grim
      The director and cast of the latest HDNet Film, Fay Grim, discuss Hal Hartley's sequel to Henry Fool.
    • Morgan Freeman
      Morgan Freeman
      Episode 19
      Morgan Freeman talks about his long and accomplished career and his latest film 10 Items or Less.
    • Paul Fox Paulo Contanzo, Ron Livingston
      Director Paul Fox and actor Paulo Costanzo from the film Everything's Gone Green. Actor Ron Livingston of Office Space and the new film Music Within.
    • Katherine Dieckmann, Ken Marino, Paul Rudd
      Director Katherine Dieckmann, writer/actor Ken Marino, and actor Paul Rudd talk about their film Diggers.
    • Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost
      Shaun of the Dead alum talk about their new film, Hot Fuzz
    • Halle Berry and Giovanni Ribisi
      Halle Barre and Giovanni Ribisi are starring in a new film, Perfect Stranger
    • Michael Tucker, Jamie Babbitt
      From the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, director Michael Tucker talks about his documentary, The Prisonor or: How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair, about an Iraqi journalist mistaken as Tony Blair's would-be-assassin. Also, director Jamie Babbitt of But I'm A Cheerleader and The Quiet, talks about her new film, Itty Bitty Titty Committee which won the narrative feature award at SXSW 2007.moreless
    • Joseph Gordon Levitt, Paul Rudd
      From the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, Robert Wilonsky talks with Brick's Joseph Gordon Levitt about his latest film The Lookout and Paul Rudd discusses Diggers and The Ten.
    • Sunu Gonera and Evan Ross, Billy Baldwin
      Director Sunu Gonera and actor Evan Ross talk about the new film, Pride, which focuses on a swim team for troubled teens. Also, actor Billy Baldwin talks about his role in the new film, American Fork.
    • Mira Nair
      Mira Nair
      Episode 11
      Mira Nair, director of Monsoon Wedding and Vanity Fair and new film The Namesake
    • Stewart Copeland
      Stewart Copeland
      Episode 10
      Steward Copeland of The Police talks about his reunion tour with the band and his new documentary, Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out
    • Craig Brewer
      Craig Brewer
      Episode 9
      Craig Brewer, director of Hustle & Flow and new film, Black Snake Moan
    • 2007 Academy Awards Preview
      Clips from the 2007 Academy Awards nominated films. Robert Wilonsky is joined by fellow film critic Christopher Kelly to help predict the winners.
    • 2007 Sundance Film Festival
      While at the Sundance Film Festival, Kene Holliday talks about his latest film, The Great World of Sound. Also, director Rory Kennedy talks about her documentary, Ghosts of Abu Ghraib. From the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, pop-culture critic Robert Wilonsky talks with actor Kene Holliday about his latest film, The Great World of Sound; plus, director Rory Kennedy discusses her documentary, Ghosts of Abu Ghraib.moreless
    • 2007 Sundance Film Festival
      Discussions of the film premieres at the festival.
    • AJ Schnack, Michael Azzerad, Steve Fisk, Ben Gibbard
      AJ Schnack - director of the new documentary Kurt Cobain About A Son

      Michael Azzerad - author and interviewer responsible for the audio in Schnack's film

      Steve Fish - former Nirvana producer

      Ben Gibbard - Death Cab for Cutie frontman
    • Costa-Gavras, Steven Cantor and Sally Mann
      Costa-Gavras - director of film Mon Colonel

      Steven Cantor - director of What Remains, a celebratory film of Sally Mann's works.
    • Chris Noonan
      Chris Noonan
      Episode 3
      Chris Noonan - director of Miss Potter, starring Renee Zellweger
    • Nick Cassavetes
      Nick Cassavetes
      Episode 2
      Writer/director Nick Cassavetes with his latest film Alpha Dog.
    • Alfonso Cuaron
      Alfonso Cuaron
      Episode 1
      Alfonso Cuaron - director of films Y Tu Mama Tambien, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and his latest - Children of Men
  • Season 3
  • Season 2
  • Season 1