Filmmaker Kurt Kuenne joins Claire to discuss his documentary Dear Zachary, his love for film, and what he thinks is required for documentary filmmaker to have integrity.
Claire's movie of the week: Learning To Drive
Article mentioned about Kinglsey and working with female directors http://www.indiewire.com/2016/06/ben-kingsley-says-women-best-directors-for-male-actors-1201684632/
Student Short Film - Fuel
Congrats to Robert Locke Jones for the award of the grant from Cricket.
6:29 Kurt shares where his love for movies was born.
10:35 Claire and Kurt talk about how much Kurt is in love with movies and storytelling.
14:05 Claire asks is Kurt is funny.
15:05 Claire talks about the process of finding your creative voice.
19:35 Kurt talks about rhythm in editing.
22:08 Claire talks about Ebert's quote "Its not what the movie's about it's how it is about it."
24:50 Claire asks about truth in documentary filmmaking.
36:55 Kurt talks about how long it took to complete DEAR ZACHARY.
41:08 Claire asks about the responsibility of a documentary filmmaker.
42:10 Kurt and Claire talk about the shift in the style of documentaries.
48:20 Claire asks Kurt for advice for documentary filmmakers.
50:20 Kurt share a story about a lesson he learned.
55:00 Kurt recommends listeners seeing Sing Street, Nobody's Business.
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