Life got in the way this week for Dallas and Lee but they bring you an archive interview from their other podcast, The A24 Project with the directors of 'Boys State' -Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine. This week the film won the Critics Choice Award for Best Political Documentary.
'Boys State' is a documentary film that follows a thousand teenage boys attending Boys state in Texas, coming together to build a representative government from the ground up, from all different political backgrounds, navigating challenges of organizing political parties, consensus, and campaigning for the highest office at Boys State, governor.
Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine discuss the making of this documentary that was sold to Apple TV and A24 for $12 million and has provoked exciting debates and reaction about the future of America and democracy since its release.
Dallas and Lee have watched 200 films directed by women between them in 2020 as they take on the 52 Films by Women challenge once again. They share six films they recommend those taking on the challenge should squeeze in before the end of the year.
It's a dark time for the movie industry with multiplexes and independent cinemas shutting across the UK right now and more delays for highly anticipated releases but Lee and Dallas look ahead to what is giving them hope for the future of the industry.
Kim, Dallas and Lee curiate their own All Night Horror Madness picking films from the slasher, monster, remake/sequel, family friend and science fiction sub genres.
Dallas and Lee pick their favourite films from the 2020 BFI London Film Festival.