Thanks to the occasional bonus episode, Someone Else’s Movie hit its 100th episode a little earlier than I expected — like, today. And on a Friday! It makes perfect sense.
The guest is writer-director Daniel Warth, who’s in Park City premiering his first feature Dim the Fluorescents at Slamdance. And the Friday drop is because the movie is really good, its world premiere is tomorrow night and who knows, someone in Park City might notice this episode in their podfetcher and decide to check it out.
Daniel picked Love Streams, John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands’ final collaboration — a picture as idiosyncratic as they come, and more than worthy of bringing SEMcast into the triple digits. I know, I know. I’m surprised too.
Go get it! It’s on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher, and available straight from the site. And if you’re in Park City, wander down to the Gallery Saturday around 9:30 pm and catch one of the season’s more distinctive debuts.