Today the Jon of All Trades Podcast posted its 5th and final interview from this year’s Denver Film Festival.
We were invited by the Festival’s PR team to be one of the official podcasts of this year’s fest, so we picked up our official press credentials two weeks ago, and began working to book interviews with an interesting slate of guests. The PR team at the Festival was incredibly savvy and hard-working, which was helpful in procuring us an incredible series of shows. Check out the 5 interviews we did below:
Ian Cooke and Ian O’Dougherty are cello prog pop musicians. We chat about their new album Antiquasauria, how to survive on the road when everyone gets sick, how the music business has changed, and the debut of their new music video “Epilogue.”
Subject and director of documentary Curious Worlds, we talk about David’s incredible, intricate art, Olympia’s long history with David, how the documentary came together, and a ton more. Two incredibly talented artists and an insightful, interesting chat.
Joey Skaggs and Andrea Marini are the subject and director of Art of the Prank – the Movie. We talk Joey’s amazing career and history of pranking the media, how this movie came together, and how to improve our cultural media literacy.
Nathan Silver and Mike Ott are collaborators on the Untitled Denver Project coming out in 2016, and the directors of Stinking Heaven and Lancaster, CA playing at the Denver Film Festival. We have an awesome chat about independent film, funding things through Kickstarter, the frustrations of festivals, and a lot more.
Josh Waller and Zoe Bell, director and star of the movie Camino, wrap up the week’s coverage. You might know Zoe from her work in Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, and you’ll see her this winter in the upcoming The Hateful Eight. We talk filming in the jungle, how Josh and Zoe came to know each other, and the weight (or not) of being described as a “badass.” Great way to finish out the week!
A huge thank you to the Denver Film Festival for the invitation and the opportunity. Be sure to check out these episodes – as well as the previous 78 we have posted – on iTunes, Stitcher, or the Jon of All Trades homepage.