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Ariel and Rabia speak with Addison Heimann, director of Hypochondriac, a phenomenal new film that explores the mind/body connection through trauma and horror, in theatres on July 29th.Support the show
Karmalink

Karmalink

2022-07-1318:24

Ariel sits down with Jake Wachtel, writer and director of Karmalink, a science fiction film set in Cambodia that imagines a future where past lives are accessible through technology. Conceived as a way to interrogate processes of neo-colonialism, and highlighting the alienating effects of technological progress, Karmalink is a mind-bending tale of reincarnation, artificial consciousness, and the search for enlightenment.Trailer: https://youtu.be/aNzT8NiNy_0Support the show
Ariel and Rabia are joined by critic Andrew Pope of Whitlock and Pope for a chat about their most anticipated films for Fantasia 2022.Note: The documentary about Jean Rollin referred to in the episode is titled Orchestrator of Storms.Support the show
I Didn't See You There

I Didn't See You There

2022-07-0625:15

Ariel and Rabia sit down with Reid Davenport to discuss his new film, I Didn't See You There, which won Best Director at Sundance, Full Frame, and a number of other festivals. The film discusses life from the perspective of a wheelchair, as a filmmaker with cerebral palsy. When a circus tent goes up near his home, he contemplates the history of freak shows and the role they have played in disability representation and exploitation.Support the show
On Roe v. Wade

On Roe v. Wade

2022-06-2907:37

Ariel's statement on the recent decision from the Supreme Court regarding Roe v. Wade.Support the show
No Simple Way Home

No Simple Way Home

2022-06-1534:57

Ariel sits down with filmmaker Akuol de Mabior to discuss her new documentary, a personal narrative that tells the story of her mother, the first female vice president of South Sudan, and a reflection on nationality, gender, and identity.Support the show
Ariel has an extensive chat with disabled filmmaker Ashley Eakin, whose short film Single won prizes at SXSW, and whose new film, Forgive Us Our Trespasses, is now available on Netflix.Support the show
Mama Bears

Mama Bears

2022-05-2526:02

Ariel sits down with documentary filmmaker Daresha Kyi to talk about her film Mama Bears, about Christian mothers who choose to embrace and advocate for their LGBTQIA+ kids.Support the show
The Wobblies

The Wobblies

2022-05-2218:56

Ariel sits down with Deborah Shaffer and Stewart Bird, the directors of the documentary The Wobblies, a project begun in 1976 exploring the history of the Industrial Workers of the World or IWW, a union that advocated for fair labor practices.Support the show
Emergency

Emergency

2022-05-1812:52

Ariel speaks with K.D. Dávila and Carey Williams, the writer and director of the new film Emergency, an urgent story about three friends embarking on an epic night of Spring Break parties whose night is derailed by an emergency situation.  A story of the chaos of youth, and the reality of being Black or Latino in America. In release in theatres on May 20th, and coming to Amazon Prime on May 27th. Support the show
Ariel speaks with horror and documentary filmmaker Nils Gaup about his new film discussing aesthetics, greed, and the corruption of the art world, Images of a Nordic Drama, about the fight to recognize the achievements of Aksel Waldemar Johannessen, a prolific and powerful Norwegian contemporary of Edvard Munch.Support the show
Salma's Home

Salma's Home

2022-05-0932:09

Ariel speaks with Jordanian filmmaker Hanadi Elyan about her film, Salma's Home, a multi-generational family story of three women and the secrets they hold dear, a perfect film for celebrating Eid!Support the show
The conclusion to Ariel and Rabia's conversation about accessibility in the film and television industry, with guests Dominique Nieves and Adam Stovall.Support the show
Ariel and Rabia have an in-depth conversation about accessibility in the film and television industry with filmmakers Dominique Nieves and Adam Stovall in this episode, recorded with a live audience on the Podcast stage at SXSW 2022. Part 1 of 2.Support the show
Brad Michael Elmore

Brad Michael Elmore

2022-04-2036:16

In this episode, recorded in 2021 with the filmmaker Brad Michael Elmore, Ariel discusses the issue of LGBTQIA+ representation in horror, specifically in his lesbian vampire horror comedy, Bit.Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
SXSW: A Vanishing Fog

SXSW: A Vanishing Fog

2022-04-1442:49

Ariel speaks with writer/director Augusto Sandino about his lyrically gorgeous film set in an unseen region of the Andes, A VANISHING FOG, in a conversation that ranges from linguistics to colonialism to environmentalism.Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
Ariel sits down with the team from the documentary Split at the Root, about the separation of families at the US-Mexico border.  She speaks with producer Maria Grasso, executive producer Marti Noxon and subject Julie Schwietert-Collazo of Immigrant Families Together about the importance of this documentary in this political moment.Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
THUMB

THUMB

2022-03-3024:32

An interview recorded fresh off of Sitges, Ariel sits down with director Alexandra Pechman to discuss her horror short film about legacy and performance, THUMB. Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
Ariel sits down with David Zucker, director of Your Friend Memphis, a new documentary that debuted at SXSW, about the life and loves of Memphis DiAngelis, an aspiring filmmaker with cerebral palsy. Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
Ariel sits down with director Iliana Sosa to discuss her personal narrative documentary, What We Leave Behind, a moving portrait of her grandfather, Julian, and his legacy.Support the show (https://lovethepodcast.com/omnibusride)
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