Denver Film Festival

Ep. 196: Meow Wolf Origin Story Filmmakers

When Denver Film Festival 41 was announced, one of the films I was most excited to see was the Meow Wolf Origin Story. If you’re at all interested in art, culture, and live in the American Southwest, you’ve probably heard a ton about Meow Wolf and how it’s changing the art world for the better….

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Ep. 195: Britta Erickson – Festival Director of Denver Film Festival

Britta Erickson is Director of the Denver Film Festival, and has been for the last 11 years. She got her start at the Denver Film Festival in 1999, as part of a two-month contract. 20 years later, here she is running things. On this week’s show we go behind the scenes of the Festival talking…

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Ep. 114: Jeremy Stulberg – Producer and Editor of Growing Up Coy

Jeremy Stulberg is the producer and editor of Growing Up Coy, a feature-length documentary about a young Colorado family who engages in a highly publicized legal battle and landmark civil rights case, as they fight for their 6-year-old transgender daughter’s right to use the girls’ bathroom at her elementary school. The film asks a universal…

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Ep. 113: Jeff Grace – Writer and Director of Folk Hero & Funny Guy

Jeff Grace is the writer and director of Folk Hero & Funny Guy, and he kicks off our coverage of the 2016 Denver Film Festival. Here’s a rundown of the film: “Paul (Alex Karpovsky) and Jason (Wyatt Russell) are old friends who have drifted apart as they’ve reached their 30s. Jason is a good-looking and…

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Ep. 92: Neil Truglio – Director, Writer, Creator, Founder of Modest Arts

Neil Truglio was the main reason I was at the Denver Film Festival at all. He served as the press contact for the entire festival, and, in an effort to expand the reach of the Fest and tell the stories of the participating filmmakers in a new way, reached out to Denver podcasts to participate….

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Ep. 83: Zoe Bell and Josh Waller – Star and Director of Camino

This interview is part of our coverage of the 38th Denver Film Festival. We are proud to bring you five different interviews in five days. Check out the Denver Film Festival category on the Jon of All Trades homepage for all the interviews. Zoe Bell and Josh Waller are the star and director (respectively) of…

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Ep. 82: Nathan Silver and Mike Ott – Independent Filmmakers

This interview is part of our coverage of the 38th Denver Film Festival. We are proud to bring you five different interviews in five days. Check out the Denver Film Festival category on the Jon of All Trades homepage for all the interviews. Nathan Silver and Mike Ott are the creative forces behind the Untitled…

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Ep. 81: Joey Skaggs and Andrea Marini – Subject and Director of Art of the Prank

This interview is part of our coverage of the 38th Denver Film Festival. We are proud to bring you five different interviews in five days. Check out the Denver Film Festival category on the Jon of All Trades homepage for all the interviews. Joey Skaggs is the godfather of the media hoax. For more than…

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Ep. 80: David Beck and Olympia Stone – Subject and Director, Curious Worlds

This interview is part of our coverage of the 38th Denver Film Festival. We are proud to bring you five different interviews in five days. Check out the Denver Film Festival category on the Jon of All Trades homepage for all the interviews. When you get introduced to the art of David Beck, you wonder…

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Ep. 79: Ian Cooke and Ian O’Dougherty – Cello Prog Pop Musicians

This interview is part of our coverage of the 38th Denver Film Festival. We are proud to bring you five different interviews in five days. Check out the Denver Film Festival category on the Jon of All Trades homepage for all the interviews. Ian Cooke and Ian O’Dougherty have been making music together for more…

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