IndieGoGo and Kickstarter, remind everyone that the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival gets underway this evening and, somehow, Mark connects a conversation about Godard to "The Adventures of Pluto Nash"...
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FILM THREAT PODCAST – EPISODE 11 – GODARD IS MY PLUTO NASH

Mark and Don focus on an iTunes comment about how the podcast is unfocused, talk some more about Don’s Ugly Dog documentary and the pluses and minuses of IndieGoGo and Kickstarter, remind everyone that the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival gets underway this evening and, somehow, Mark connects a conversation about Godard to “The Adventures of Pluto Nash”…

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3 Comments on "FILM THREAT PODCAST – EPISODE 11 – GODARD IS MY PLUTO NASH"

  1. Brett Gerry on Tue, 29th Jun 2010 4:11 pm 

    Godard still has a lot to offer future filmmakers: http://bit.ly/dkENct


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  2. Adam on Sun, 14th Nov 2010 1:41 pm 

    We just interviewed one of the stars of “Pluto Nash.” I wish I could’ve asked about the Godard thing.
    Funny, we even used the same photo.

    http://proudlyresents.com/?p=271

    Keep up the good work. stay unfocused!

    Here’s the description our podcast episode.
    “We discuss and go behind the scenes of “Pluto Nash” w/ one of it’s stars, Victor Varnardo. Victor tells us tales of excess, nepotism, pampered celebs, sleeping w/ half of Canada and putting Tron toys up ones butt. Wait, nepotism in the movies?”


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  3. Mark Bell on Tue, 16th Nov 2010 2:20 pm 

    Victor was amazing in “Hacks”


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