Jacqueline Soller, Charles Hinshaw, and J. McVay all attended the recently concluded 2019 Tribeca Film Festival and share their thoughts on their favorite performances, directors, and more. Among them:
Tsai Chin, Marianne Jean-Babtiste, Slick Woods, Thomas Jane, Maya Erskine, Fatma Mohamed, Matt Smith, Sosie Bacon, Rauand Taleb, Ed Begley Jr., Ellen Fiske, Ellinor Hallin, Sasie Sealy, Mary Harron, Francis Ford Coppola, Jamie Bell, Park Ji-Hu, Sabrina Carpenter, Hong Chau, Jaeden Martell, Octavia Spencer, Lucas Jaye, Danielle Macdonald, Sydney Sweeney, Darby Camp, Margot Robbie, Nanfu Wang, Julius Onah, Kim Bora, Dolly Wells, Guy Nattiv
Apocalypse Now: Final Cut, Blow the Man Down, Changing The Game, Charlie Says, Clementine, Crown Vic, Dreamland, Driveways, For They Know Not What They Do, Goldie, Good Posture, House of Hummingbird, In Fabric, The Long History of the Short Road, Low Tide, Luce, Lucky Grandma, One Child Nation, Plus One, A Regular Woman, Scheme Birds, Skin
Later in the episode, Jacqueline Soller and J. McVay discuss the new Swedish-language sci-fi film, ‘Aniara,’ directed by Pella Kågerman and Hugo Lilja
And we’ll take an exclusive early listen to a performance by Amsterdam-based artist Pip Blom, from their upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
Music composed by and show edited by Hansdale Hsu.
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