Fresh from Park City, and feeling anything but, Matt and Alison talk the recently concluded Sundance Film Festival on this episode of the Filmspotting: Streaming Video Unit podcast — and in particular, why the dominance of Netflix and Amazon means you'll be able to stream some of the fest's most talked-about titles very soon. They also delve into cinematographer-turned-director Kirsten Johnson's beautiful meditation on what it means to make a documentary, Cameraperson.
Opening Break: "Loving" / "War on Everyone" "Ouija: Origin of Evil
Listener's Choice Review: "Cameraperson"
Queue Shots: Sundance 2017
Behind the 8-Ball:
3 New Releases
2 Listener Recommendations
1 Random Film From Our Netflix "My Lists"
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