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2.17.2021

ACS launches new podcast Reel Talk Arkansas

by
Kody Ford

Arkansas Cinema Society is proud to launch our new podcast—Reel Talk Arkansas. We will feature in-depth discussions with filmmakers and creatives from around the state to discuss their craft and the state of the arts in Arkansas and the South. The monthly episodes will feature studios, arts organizations and creatives talking about trade craft, resources, events, and how to produce a film in Arkansas and the region.

In our premiere episode, host Kody Ford talks to Mario Troncoso, Director of Film and Media Ecosystems at CACHE in Northwest Arkansas, about OZCast, the experimental variety show that's making waves by showcasing and supporting artists in the regionally and nationally. Upcoming Reel Talk Arkansas guests include composer Amos Cochran, producer/screenwriter Amber Lindley and producer Zak Heald along with Blake Elder, Caleb Fanning and Dan Robinson, of Rockhill Studios discussing their latest short film “Blood on the Risers.”

Reel Talk Arkansas is presented by the Arkansas Cinema Society and produced by Christian Leus and Kody Ford, with theme music by Amos Cochran.

LISTEN TO OUR DEBUT EPISODE HERE.


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