FS #130 (WBEZ): Chicago Film Festival / DB Sweeney / Top 5 Movies About Starting Over
Wednesday, 18 October 2006 01:00

Festival of Saints: On this Chicago Public Radio edition of Filmspotting... Reviews of three films playing at the 42nd Annual Chicago International Film Festival (Oct. 5-19) -- Directorial debuts from Dito Montiel ("A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints") and Goran Dukic ("Wristcutters: A Love Story"), plus a new documentary from two-time Oscar-winner -- and Filmspotting Documentary Marathon contestant -- Barbara Kopple ("Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing").

Also on the show: a conversation with actor turned first-time writer/director DB Sweeney, a very special edition of Massacre Theatre (now with real acting!), and this week's Top 5: Movies About Starting Over.

Music by Waco Brothers from the album "Freedom and Weep" courtesy of Bloodshot Records.

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Filmspotting #130
:00-10:08 - Review: "A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints"
Music: Waco Brothers, "Nothing At All"
11:27-12:02 - Peerflix Giveaway (Winner: Maggie Hart), New DVDs
12:03-22:04 - Review: "Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing"
22:05-28:08 - Review: "Wristcutters: A Love Story"
Music: Waco Brothers, "Rest of the World"
29:08-29:32 - Massacre Theatre (Winner: Ben Waldorf)
29:33-43:58 - Interview: DB Sweeney
43:59-46:16 - DB's 'Starting Over' Top 5
Music: Waco Brothers, "Lincoln Town Car"
48:09-58:54 - Top 5: Movies About Starting Over
58:55-1:00:22 - Close

Additional Info
- A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints
- Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing
- Wristcutters: A Love Story
- Dirt Nap
- John C. McGinley
- Milwaukee International Film Festival
"Wristcutters: A Love Story" MIFF Screenings:
Friday, October 27th 7:00 pm / Downer Theatre
Sunday, October 29th 4:30 pm / Times Cinema

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