This month we're talking about Quentin Tarantino! The king of the indie film. His last film grossed $425 Million, he's not so indie any more. What makes him one of the greatest living filmmakers? This month Dylan is joined by Isaac Halasima, a local filmmaker, Mark Harrington, an attorney and Film Critic, and Annie Jenkins, PR and Marketing Director for SLFS.

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On this episode of Talking Film Dylan sits down with long time film critic for the Salt Lake Tribune, Sean Means. They discuss Sean's career, and what it's like to be a critic.  Sean tells us what we should all be on the look out for when we watch a movie and the difference between a film critic and a film reviewer.

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This week host Dylan Allred is joined by Christie Marcy, a writer and Marketing Director for UMOCA, Alex Springer, a film writer for City Weekly, and our own SLFS Director of Programming Levi Elder.  This panel will be discussing Cult Films and their importance in today's cinema. 

Please Note: This episode does use explicit language so consider it NSFW.  

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On this episode of Talking Film, Dylan is joined by the very talented composer and song writer Kurt Bestor, along with musician and musical theatre lover David Evanoff, and the Executive Director of The Salt Lake Film Society, Tori Baker. They discuss musicals, stage musicals, movie musicals, and the lineup of musicals showing at SLFS in June.

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On this episode of Talking Film host Dylan Allred, Stephen Simmons, and David Komatar talk about Woody Allen. They discuss his filmography, as well as, debate the topic of whether you should separate an artist from their art.  Is it important to support filmmakers even when you don't agree with their viewpoints?

*The views and opinions expressed on this episode do not represent The Salt Lake Film Society, it's management, donors, or partners.

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On this episode of Talking Film Dylan talks to documentary film makers Tyler Measom (Sons of Perdition, & An Honest Liar), and Diana Whitten (Vessel) about what it's like to make documentaries, how attached do you get to the subject of your film, and how do you move on? To learn more about Talking Film visit www.slfs.org/talkingfilm or email us at .

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Vessel: http://vesselthefilm.com/
An Honest Liar: http://anhonestliar.com/wp/
Sons of Perdition: http://www.sonsofperditionthemovie.com/Sons_of_Perdition_Home.html
Beehive Spirits: http://www.kued.org/whatson/kued-local-productions/beehive-spirits
 

On this episode of Talking Film, we're Talkin' Millennials! What are the films and film makers that influenced the next generation of film makers? What will film look like when they're done with it? Strap on your nostalgia caps, we're millennials and we're Talking Film! Our guests on this episode are: Alecia Cenaruzabeitia, Marketing & Events Coordinator for Spy Hop. Annie Jenkins, PR and Marketing Manager for the Salt Lake Film Society, and Isaac Halasima, a very talented millennial film maker.

 

Find the interview with filmmaker Jordan Voght-Roberts (director, The Kings of Summer (originally Toy's House) referenced in this weeks episode here:
 

On this episode of Talking Film Dylan Allred, Levi Elder and Marci Collette break down the 2017 Academy Award nominations. They'll predict the winners and talk about who was snubbed!
 
 

On this episode of Talking Film Dylan talks with Isaac Halasima and Steve Williams about directors and their style. Is Tim Burton's style all him, or is it the people he puts on his team? We're also going to head over to the lobby of the Broadway Theater in Salt Lake City an talk to folks about the best films of 2016.
 
 

On this episode of Talking Film Dylan and Andy chat with Sarah Sinwell from The University of Utah, and Bill Allred from X96's Radio From Hell Show about one of the most legendary holiday stories ever told, A Christmas Carol.
 

ALL FILMS TALKED ABOUT IN OUR PODCAST CAN BE FOUND FOR RENT AT THE TOWER VIDEO ARCHIVE
November 1, 2016

Talking Film: Hitchcock

On this, the first episode EVER of "Talking Film" we are talking about one of the greatest directors EVER in the history of cinema, Mr. Alfred Hitchcock. Joining Dylan for this discussion are Kevin Hansen, Chair of the Film & Media Arts Department at the University of Utah, Tori A. Baker, Executive Director of Salt Lake Film Society, and our resident film encyclopedia, Andy Wijaya. We will cover the man, the legends, and the tropes of some of Hitchcock's most familiar films. Digging deep with our take on artists in film, gender roles and suspense.
 

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Featured Films:
39 Steps
Psycho
Rear Window
Vertigo
Jaws
 
ALL FILMS TALKED ABOUT IN OUR PODCAST CAN BE FOUND FOR RENT AT THE TOWER VIDEO ARCHIVE