I had the pleasure of co-hosting debbie lynn elias’ weekly show Behind The Lens last week, and during the hour we packed in several interviews and also talked about our own picks of the week.
On this week’s Behind The Lens, I joined program host/film reviewer/journalist debbie lynn elias to talk about Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast, the Wayne Federman International Film Festival, and the new partnership with Arclight Cinemas and the Slamdance Film Festival. These were just a few topics we covered in the hourlong show, which airs live Mondays at 11:00 a.m. pt on AdrenalineRadio.com.
Spending my Monday mornings on debbie lynn elias’ show Behind The Lens continues to be a great learning experience, as she’s my main go-to person these days for all things film related. A trusted colleague and friend, elias’ program airs Monday mornings at 11 a.m. pt on AdrenalineRadio.com.
The show streams live on Adrenaline Radio and is up several hours later on elias’ official website, moviesharkdeblore.com.
Check out the video below, as elias and I interview Edward James Olmos (narrator of the documentary Energizing Our World) and discuss in detail our love for another awesome doc, Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of.
On Monday’s show, debbie lynn elias interviews directors Jane Clark (“Crazy Bitches”) and Jonathon Narducci (“Love Me”). I’ll be back for the February 16th installment – but for now if you want to hear past episodes of Behind The Lens, go to moviesharkdeblore.com.
It’s been a pleasure serving as a co-host for Behind The Lens, the film centric program created and hosted by Debbie Lynn Elias. Last week’s episode featured an in-depth interview with Supremacy director Deon Taylor, plus coverage of the films Song One (featuring interviews w/ Anne Hathaway, Jenny Lewis, and Johnathan Lewis) and Strange Magic.
Elias, whose reviews and features can be found on moviesharkdeblore.com, also discussed her love for TCM and its #TCMParty presence on Twitter. Also, if you check out the video below, part of “Behind The Lens” also features visual aids, as Elias digs up a couple of her favorite movie books from her extensive collection every week.
I’ll be joining Elias for the next “Behind The Lens” installment, as Edward James Olmos (“American Me,” “Miami Vice”) is scheduled to talk about the documentary “Energizing Our World.” Plus, if you love the Backstreet Boys, Elias has an exclusive interview with “Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” director Stephen Kijak.
“Behind The Lens” episode goes live Monday, February 2 at 11 a.m. pt on adrenalineradio.com.
Hosted (and spearheaded) by Debbie Lynn Elias, Behind The Lens is a new program that aims to shed a brighter light on the intricate process of filmmaking. Editors, cinematographers, production designers, and directors will be spotlighted on Elias’ show, which runs live on AdrenalineRadio.com every Monday morning (11:00 a.m. pt).
Actor/comic Chad Miller and I were the guests for this week’s inaugural show, which focused on the making of Into The Woods. My participation on Behind The Lens is a purely selfish one, as Elias’ passion for film is, from my perspective, unmatched.
An extensive roster of journalists, critics, actors, and filmmakers will serve as in-studio (or call-in) guests for the program, so variety and tons of content will be two of the show’s staples.
I’ll be one of the guests on the January 12 installment of Behind The Lens and plan to stick my nose in Adrenaline Radio’s studio for more BTL shows (if I’m welcome, of course!).
Discourse with informative and entertaining colleagues is always a pleasure (which means I’m in Elias and Miller’s debt), so please tune in to the show – especially if you want to take a longer walk into filmmaking’s always expanding universe.