Operation Kino 111: Apologizing For Armageddon And Falling Back In Love With Tribeca
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Links to some of the short films that Katey mentioned from Indie Grits: Alan Spearman's "April" and "As I Am." Danny Madden's Euphonia. Robert Hillyer Barnett's "Holy God Holy Mighty Holy Immortal Have Mercy Upon Us."
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00:00-00:30 Lightning Round
2:15 - 11:08 Katey's tidbit: The Indie Grits Film Festival
11:30 - 23:36 David's tidbit: The Tribeca Film Festival finds its footing
23:48 - 26:19 Mini-segment: Help Ed Douglas fight cancer
27:05 - 39:35 Michael Bay, Armagedon, and why directors should never apologize
39:44 - 1:03:56 Goodbye!
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