Host Aaron Cain speaks with director and screenwriter Rod Lurie, and composer Larry Groupé, about how music, images, and artists work together.
WFIU's James Gray and Joshua Brewer present this special production on the life and career of Orson Welles.
Annie Corrigan interviews author, screenwriter, and director John Sayles.
George Walker speaks with theater organist, scholar, and IU alumnus Dennis James, the most acclaimed practitioner of the art of solo silent film accompaniment
Shana Ritter interviews documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson.
Audrey T. McCluskey is associate professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at IU and director of the Neal–Marshall Black Culture Center.
David and Scott Hillenbrand, both brothers and filmmakers, are the owners of Hill & Brand Productions. Their production company focuses on creating a wide range of media content, including film, music and theater. They spoke with Peter Noble-Kuchera.
Bloomington’s Angelo Pizzo graduated from Indiana University with a degree in political science. But his degree did not lead to a career in politics. He, along with friend and fellow IU grad David Anspaugh, went out west to make movies such as “Rudy” and “Hoosiers”. He spoke with WFIU’s Peter Noble Kuchera.
Author Richard France is today’s leading expert on the life and career of Orson Welles.