Way Too Indiecast 30: Joshua Oppenheimer, Perry Blackshear, Favorite Bloodless Horror Scenes
It’s a giant show this week as Oscar-nominated filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer joins us to talk about The Look of Silence, his follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2013 documentary, The Act of Killing. Also joining the show is filmmaker Perry Blackshear, talking about They Look Like People, his new film about love and nightmares, as well as sharing his Favorite Bloodless Horror Scenes with Bernard and CJ. All that, plus our Indie Picks of the Week, on this very special edition of the Way Too Indiecast.
This week’s Way Too Indiecast is sponsored by MUBI, an curated online cinema that brings its members a hand-picked selection of the best indie, foreign, and classic films. Visit www.mubi.com/waytooindie for a free 30 day trial.
- Indie Picks of the Week (1:45)
- They Look Like People (7:15)
- Favorite Bloodless Horror Scenes (18:00)
- The Look of Silence (32:55)