One is the loneliest number this week on End Credits. With only a single host available this week, we had to outsource the talking to some special guests. First up, we’ll hear from someone steeped in wonderful worlds of the Coen Bros, and then we’ll talk to a pair of Guelph boys making very, very good in the movie business.
This (unusual) Thursday show, September 27, at 2 pm, Adam A. Donaldson:
We’ve got an interview here, man! The first of our two interview segments this week is with the man that has literally written the book – well, a book – on the Coen Bros. In The Coen Brothers: This Book Really Ties the Films, film writer and critic Adam Nayman tries to makes sense of the perfectly wonderful world of the Coens, from Blood Simple. to Hail, Caesar! Nayman talks to End Credits about diving deep into Coen lore before stopping in Guelph Thursday night to talk about his book!
The Heroes of Heretics. With one movie just released on Blu-ray, and another movie already in the can, the Guelph-born production company Black Fawn Films is a horror movie dynamo that’s showing no signs of slowing down. That new film is called The Heretics, and director Chad Archibald and star Ry Barrett join us this week to talk about making their new movie, the highs and lows of indie filmmaking, and why Guelph is the word at film festivals around the world (but especially Germany).
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Thursday at 2 pm.