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A Conversation with David Hoffmeister
We talk with David Hoffmeister, who uses movies as modern-day parables for awakening through “The Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment.” David is a pioneer in the practical application of A Course in Miracles for spiritual awakening. Along the way we discuss some of David’s favorite films, including “The Truman Show,” “Groundhog Day,” “Solaris,” and “Before I Fall.”
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A Conversation with Q’orianka Kilcher
Actress and activist Q’orianka Kilcher discusses her breakout role as Pocahontas in 2005’s “The New World,” and reflects on her experiences as a fourteen-year-old working with Terrence Malick, Colin Farrell, and Christian Bale. She also talks about her character Angela Blue Thunder in Paramount’s “Yellowstone,” her work in social activism, and a few of her favorite films, “In the Mood for Love” and “Avatar.”
A Conversation with Michael Nouri
Veteran film, television and stage actor Michael Nouri discusses his 1984 breakout movie, “Flashdance,” shares personal reflections on his life, career, and spiritual influences, and discusses some of his favorite films, including “A Man for All Seasons” (1966), “The Razor’s Edge” (1946), and “Borsalino” (1970).
A Conversation with Brian Frankish
We talk with producer Brian Frankish, who gives us a delightful behind-the-scenes look at 1989’s “Field of Dreams.” He also discusses some of his favorite films, including “The Wind and the Lion,” “The Thief of Bagdad” (1940), and Joe Wright’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
Chris & Dean
Hosts Chris Busch and Dean Sluyter talk about films and “Filmosophy” with the people who make and who love the movies.
Whether it’s director David Lynch talking about Transcendental Meditation, world peace, and pursuing the perfect chocolate milkshake, 9-time Jeopardy champion Buzzy Cohen handling movie trivia questions, or True Blood star Joe Manganiello meeting one of his video gaming world heroes, The Filmosophers offers fans of films and spirituality an educating, inspiring and entertaining experience.
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