TGB Episode 126: That's Fantastic! (Guests: Tim League, Brian Salisbury, Luke Mullen)
by Tim Buel
September 19, 2012
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim & Jeremy are joined by multiple esteemed guests: Brian Salisbury and Luke Mullen both of Film School Rejects to chat about the new releases of the week much more in this special Fantastic Fest 2012 episode. Tim and Jeremy then interview Alamo Drafthouse founder and CEO, Tim League (@TimAlamo), regarding Fantastic Fest, his short anthology film The ABC's of Death and plenty more. Brian and Luke then join in again to talk about this year's Fantastic Fest line-up, including their personal must-see picks and guesses at what this year's Secret Screenings may be! Listen in.
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Previous Episode: The P.T. Anderson Story (Guest: David Ehrlich)
New Releases: 13:08
Interview with Tim League: 23:48
Topic of the Night: Fantastic Fest 2012: 52:16
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Reader Feedback - 2 Comments
The fantistic fest artwork is good. Will give it a listen later.
Carpola on Sep 19, 2012
Hip-Hip-Hooray Its Golden Briefcase Day! Early podcast is early! Finally brought in the big gun. Thanks gents.
DAVIDPD on Sep 19, 2012
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