It is often said that there are two sides two every story, but those two sides aren't always apparent. Up on today's podcast is writer-director Toby Wosskow, a man who has made a short film about rhino poaching and how it may currently be beneficial to some.
Where did he learn about the issues surrounding rhino poaching and how did he get this movie made? Wosskow is here to tell us.
Official blurb about the film: The short film, written and directed by Toby Wosskow, from Executive Producer Sir Richard Branson, was an international co-production between US companies Broad River Productions, Whirlow Park Pictures and Frame 48, alongside South Africa’s The Televisionaries and YKMD Productions.
With "Captain Marvel," the MCU finally put a woman front and center on the big screen. By no means the worst movie in the franchise, it is also not the best. But, does the film offer a look at this new hero who might just become the new face of the MCU and the greatest character they've put on screen?
For this film, director Richard Miron follows Kathy Murphy for five years. Over the course of that time he captures the explosion of the bird population at her house... the birds she keeps and takes care of. He follows the massive issues that causes in her life. He offers looks at things one can't imagine he knew was coming when he started. It is, in a word, incredible.
With season two and three on the way, Amazon's version of Tom Clancy's analyst turned super spy, Jack Ryan, is finally available on Blu-ray. The series stars John Krasinski in the title role, but is the man from "The Office" and "A Quiet Place" the Jack Ryan we have all come to know and sometimes love. And, moreover, does it matter?