J. McVay is joined by Jacqueline Soller and Charles Hinshaw to embark on a new project in which they’ll be looking back on movies from 2009 to discuss how they hold up ten years later. First up: ‘The Hurt Locker.’
Later in the episode, Charles Hinshaw and J. McVay discuss the newly released movie, ‘Birds Of Passage,’ Colombia’s submission to the Academy Awards for best Foreign Language Film, directed by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra.
And we take an exclusive early listen to a performance by Nashville’s Elise Davis, from their upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
Music composed by and show edited by Hansdale Hsu.
J. McVay, Jacqueline Soller, and Charles Hinshaw discuss the just announced Oscar nominations, sharing their own favorite films, performances, etc of 2018 along the way. Also, a preview of Liz Cooper and the Stampede’s BTR Live Studio session. | listen
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Did he really think these politically vocal liberal artists would let him use their music? | read