Director’s Cut + Everybody Wants Some

Director’s Cut + Everybody Wants Some
Podcast: Double Feature
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Double Feature goes behind the movies! A look at the making, production, and intention of two movies with the name Michael Koester somewhere...

Posted May 31, 2018
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
Tags:All PodcastsYear 10

Episode Notes

Double Feature goes behind the movies! A look at the making, production, and intention of two movies with the name Michael Koester somewhere buried in the credits. Spot the hosts of this podcast within the background of these two movies. Eric Thirteen, executive producer of Director’s Cut, talks about a bunch of work other people did on Director’s Cut. After years of waiting for Penn Jillette and Adam Rifkin’s film, countless behind the scenes streams and footage, a multitude of festivals and various interviews, what’s still left uncovered? Results of the Director’s Cut experiment that you would never know by simply watching the film. Interesting artistic results discovered in editing. Michael explains what it’s like to be hired on as an extra for a movie. Petty film set issues that make it not that much different from your own job. The parts of film making that are truly magic, and how working a 16 hour day threatens to destroy them.

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Director’s Cut

Director’s Cut


Released: May 29, 2018
Wikipedia

Director: Adam Rifkin
Starring: Missi Pyle, Penn Jillette, Harry Hamlin

Herbert Blount aspires to replace the real director of a movie and make it his own by capturing the lead actress and inflicting much horror upon her in his version.

Everybody Wants Some

Everybody Wants Some


Released: March 30, 2016
Wikipedia

Director: Richard Linklater
Writer: Penn Jillette
Starring: Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman

Everybody Wants Some!! is a movie starring Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, and Ryan Guzman. In 1980, a group of college baseball players navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood.

 
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