Kenny and Mike review the outstanding Netflix and film and discuss the faith elements spotted in the Lin-Manuel Miranda directorial debut. The film presents the Musical by Broadway and Rent composer and auther Jonathan Larson. Follow link to the Faithspotting website for faith notes and to listen to the episode.
This episode includes a indepth interview with Ann Dowd and director Fran Kranz. Follow link to listen to the episode and for notes. MASS opened in limited release on October 8th and will open in wide release on October 22nd.
Mike Hatch and I decided to review and spot faith elements in Dead Poets Society after two directors we recently interviewd, Edson Oda (Nine Days) and Stephen Chbosky (Dear Evan Hansen) listed it as one of the films that made them, not just as filmmakers, but played a role in their development into adults.
Follow link for Faithspotting website to listen to the episode and for faith notes. This episode includes an interview with director Stephen Chblosky regarding his purpose in making the film, and the message he hopes viewers, especially teens will hear and accept.
Kenny and Mike discuss their favorite television programs that are up for Emmy Awards. While there is some discussion of the awards the sheer number of categories and programs makes it much more challenging to cover than the Academy Awards. That said, there are many very well done programs on TV that deserve attention. Follow link to Faithspotting Podcast page to for episode player and faith notes.