On this episode of Scarecrow Radio we have Virginia Bogert, Kris Keppler, and Susan LaSalle from Women in Film Seattle, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting respect for women on and off set and screen. They’re here to tell us all about their work in the Seattle film community, including events like the Post Alley Film Festival. Plus, Ben and Darcy discuss the upcoming release of one of their favorite films.
THIS WEEK ON SCARECROW RADIO: We are very excited to have filmmaker Jeff Krulik talk about his recent film, TALES OF BELAIR AT BOWIE, and the 35th anniversary of the infamous underground cult classic HEAVY METAL PARKING LOT. Darcy and Ben also give recommendations of their favorite Jeff Krulik films and shorts.
THIS WEEK ON SCARECROW RADIO: Scarecrow’s Kate Barr joins the show again to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of anachronisms in film, especially in the adaptations of Little Women. Also, Scarecrow is launching its monthly REPRESENT! program and are partnered with the Asia Pacific Cultural Center for May to bring our community a curated list of films by Asian Pacific filmmakers. Listen to Darcy and Ben’s favorite picks from this month’s REPRESENT! list.
THIS WEEK ON SCARECROW RADIO: Kate Hagen joins the show again to geek out on one of her favorite Stephen King adaptations, THE STAND. Listen to Darcy and Kate compare the 1994 and the 2020 miniseries as well as their thoughts on other Stephen King miniseries and movies.
THIS WEEK ON SCARECROW RADIO: John and Kevin from Scarecrow talk to the Ross brothers about their most recent film BLOODY NOSE EMPTY POCKETS. Plus, an update from Darcy and Ben on some of the previously unavailable films we’ve mentioned on the show over the last year.