Todd Brashear from Wild and Woolly Video dropped by Tuesday afternoon to mention some of the new releases this week, including Behind the Candelabra, Greetings from Tim Buckley, Bling Ring, Disconnect, and World War Z.
Todd also brought in Will Oldham, who has a new self-released recording under his pseudonym Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, and will be performing next weekend at the Cropped Out Festival.
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Todd Brashear visits with John Timmons and drops knowledge on the new DVD releases out this week, including 1960s coming-of-age film Ginger and Rosa; Danny Boyle’s Trance; Twixt from Francis Ford Coppola; and vampire movie Kiss of the Damned.
c.d. opens informing us that he’s moving to Saturdays at 11:30 am with James Bickers.
He loved the children’s laughter during Despicable Me 2…then turned his attention to…the all-in-all not bad…The Lone Ranger.
UPDATE: Due to weather delay, the Forecastle schedule has changed. See below for the new broadcast schedule and check the Forecastle website and app for all other stages.
WFPK is your official Forecastle station. The fun begins this Friday, July 12th at 5:30 as we begin broadcasting live from the WFPK Port Stage all weekend long! You’ll hear favorite Louisville and regional bands like The Pass, Moon Taxi, 23 String Band, Freakwater and more. And don’t forget to stop by the WFPK booth while you’re at the festival for a chance to attend meet and greets with Forecastle artists!
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WFPK Port Stage Broadcast Schedule:
Friday July 12
5:30 – The Pass
7:00 – Night Beds
8:45 – Moon Taxi
Saturday July 12
3:30 – 23 String Band
5:45 – Mona
7:15 – Freakwater
9:00 – Rubblebucket
Sunday July 13
1:15 – The Wild Feathers
2:15 – A Lion Named Roar
3:45 – The Wheeler Brothers
5:30 – The Secret Sisters
After a week off recovering from falling off his bicycle, the Culture Maven returns with a few new film reviews. The French coming of age movie Something In the Air gets positive acclaim, as do a pair of “summer films”: buddy cop movie The Heat and the stupid-but-enjoyable White House Down.