SNL Alums Sasheer Zamata & No l Wells Talk on this Week's Talkhouse Podcast
This week on the Talkhouse Podcast, former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Sasheer Zamata speaks with fellow SNL alum Noël Wells about Wells' debut feature as writer-director and star, Mr. Roosevelt. Listen HERE.
Also at Talkhouse this week, award-winning director, writer and producer Rod Blackhurst writes about what's wrong with the indie film system (read it HERE), Canadian actor, writer, filmmaker, photographer and UNDERGROUND director Bruce LaBruce discusses the classic film Women in Love (read it HERE), award-winning filmmaker Adam Bhala Lough considers the role of objectivity in documentary films (read it HERE), Jen Goma of A SUNNY DAY in Glasgow moderates a conversation about Lost Horizons' debut record Ojalá (read it HERE) and Rob Gungor (Wilderman) reflects on THE ONE year anniversary of Oakland's Ghost Ship fire (read it HERE).
Additionally, critically acclaimed singer Shamir returns with the December edition of his "Shamir-oscopes" column (read it HERE).
Other recent Talkhouse pieces have included rising singer/songwriter Mitski writing about Weezer's new album Pacific Daydream (read it HERE), a conversation between Chuck D and Tom Morello about the relationship between politics and protest music (listen HERE) and Talkhouse's first-ever food essay, wherein Adam Geringer-Dunn, chef and owner of NYC's popular Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., discusses TV cooking shows and the disconnect between "how we look at food in our kitchens and how we use it as entertainment" (read it HERE).
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