AYT #73: Can We Conjure A Feeling?

Conjuring dollThis week, Joe and Erik talk about The Conjuring, Fruitvale Station and its place amongst the urban crime films of the 90s, and they squeeze in some chatter about The To Do List, Crystal Fairy and I’m So Excited. Somewhere in the later portion of the show is not a review, but a new original AYT segment that as of now doesn’t have a name (we’d love any suggestions you may have, send any thoughts our way!). The focus is on character actors we want to champion on the podcast, the working actors who we don’t always know by name but love to see in films. For the debut, we chose the sadly recently deceased Dennis Farina.

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WARNING: Explicit language is used in this podcast.

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CREDITS

Producer  -- Drew Wallner
Studio Producer -- Anthony Brisson
Original AYT Music -- Marius Libman
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

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  1. If anyone interested in Fruitvale Station would like to know a little more about what went on behind the scenes to result in the film looking and feeling how it does, check out this recent post over at NFS packed with great links and embeds: http://nofilmschool.com/2013/07/dp-rachel-morrison-fruitvale-cinematography/

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