A Place For Film – Discussing The Puppets’ Master

On this week's episode we invite director Dylan Cashbaugh and producer Jon Stante on the show to talk about their film The Puppets' Master.

Still from The Puppets' Master

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Still from The Puppets' Master

Episode 90 – Discussing The Puppets’ Master

On this week’s episode we invite director Dylan Cashbaugh and producer Jon Stante on the show to talk about their film The Puppets’ Master, which screened at the IU Cinema in May of 2012. The film is about a group of marionettes that turn on their master and cut their strings.

But first we get to What Have You Seen Lately.  Jason is discussing a Woody Harrelson film and Andy covers a documentary about a housing project.

We then discuss The Puppets’ Master, covering how they achieved the string effect on their actors, the design of the puppets and costumes, the acting talent involved, the score and where the idea came from. There’s  clip of the film in our video episode, so take a look.

It was a fun episode, so enjoy!

Video -The Puppets’ Master

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode

21 Jump Street
40 Year Old Virgin
Alien
Apocalypse Now
Beasts Of The Southern Wild
Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
Defendor
Hearts Of Darkness
Hunger
Hysteria
Jiro Dreams Of Sushi
Kick-Ass
Madea’s Witness Protection
Magic Mike
Mailer On The Couch
Nobody Else But You
Paper Moon
People Like Us
Prometheus
Shame
Six String Samurai
Take This Waltz
Ted
The Last Picture Show
The Pruitt-Igoe Myth
The Puppets’ Master

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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