I Stand Alone Directed by Gaspar Noe, 1998 Jim Wilson: Taylor, it’s good to have you back on Collokino. How have you been? Taylor Baker: Thanks for having me back, Jim, and to talk about my only feature film blind … Continue reading.
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L’humanité: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
L’humanité Directed by Bruno Dumont, 1999 Jim Wilson: Michael, welcome back to my little film forum. I think the last time you joined me was for Summer Hours, back in November. That was a fun talk, but way too long … Continue reading.
Summer Hours: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
Summer Hours Directed by Olivier Assayas, 2008 Jim Wilson: Hey, Michael, welcome back. Michael Clawson: Hey, Jim, I’m glad to be back! We’re kicking this off after a long, grueling week of waiting to hear who our next president will be. … Continue reading.
Almayer’s Folly: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
Almayer’s Folly Directed by Chantal Akerman, 2011 Michael Clawson: Jim, how are you? And how excited are you that for this edition of Collokino, we’re talking about a film by one of your favorite directors, Chantal Akerman? Jim Wilson: Michael, I’m … Continue reading.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
Portrait of a Lady on Fire Directed by Céline Sciamma, 2019 Jim Wilson: Michael, thanks for doing this with me again. How have you been doing? Michael Clawson: Thanks for having me back for another Collokino! I’m doing well, spending … Continue reading.
Goodbye First Love: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
Goodbye First Love Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve, 2011 Jim Wilson: So, I’m kicking off my film conversation blog by discussing with my friend Michael Clawson Mia Hansen-Løve’s 2011 love story Goodbye First Love. It tells the story of Camille (Lola … Continue reading.
The Secret in Their Eyes: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
The Secret in Their Eyes Directed by Juan José Campanella, 2010 Jim Wilson: Hi, Taylor. Welcome to Collokino. Taylor Baker: Thanks for having me, Jim! This has been a long time coming. I’m glad we’re finally able to sync up … Continue reading.