Thursday, June 23, 2005

James Tate

The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet visits the show. His latest book is Return to the City of White Donkeys : Poems. Also, check out his short fiction in Dreams of a Robot Dancing Bee.

Walter Murch and Annete Innsdorf

Walter Murch, Academy Award-winning sound editor of such films as The Godfather II, Apocalyose Now, The Conversation, and THX1138 talks aboiut his career. Then author and professor of film studies at Columbia University Annette Insdorf talks about Francois Truffaut's classic film Jules and Jim, newly-released on DVD.

Monday, June 13, 2005

Bruce Gilden and Graham Dorrington

Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden gives us the goods on shooting in the streets of New York and elsewhere, followed by Graham Dorrington, British aeropspace engineer who is the subject of the Werner Herzog documentary WHITE DIAMOND, now playing at Film Forum in Manhaatan and elsewhere .

Gore Vidal visits Duck Hunting with Dick

Gore Vidal discusses What Went Wrong In Ohio:The Conyers Report on the 2004 Presidential Election, which he wrote an introduction for and more. He is also the author of the recent Imperial America : Reflections on the United States of Amnesia and many more books.