The Interviews Episodes

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The Interviews episodes

Snam: 36 Years of Conversation

A look back at 36 years of interviews on the show "Saturday Night at the Movies." Appearing: James Stewart; Oliver Stone; Charlton Heston; and Rita Moreno. read more


A study of films focusing on World War II resistance fighters, including "The Train" (1964) and "Black Book" (2006). read more


A discussion of films about heroic warriors includes "Geronimo: An American Legend" (1993) and "Rob Roy" (1995). read more

Spies in Love; Portraits of the Artists

Films in which espionage is complicated by romance, including "The Quiet American" (2002) and "The Spy Who Came In from the Cold" (1965), are examined by filmmakers, intelligence experts and film critics. Also: a look at film depictions of artists Vincent Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo. read more

Remembering Moonstruck

A study of the 1987 film "Moonstruck," with insight from director Norman Jewison, screenwriter John Patrick Shanley and actress Olympia Dukakis. read more

The Best of Norman Jewison

The work of filmmaker Norman Jewison is detailed, with emphasis on the movies "In the Heat of the Night" (1967) and "Moonstruck" (1987). Interviewed: Rod Steiger; Sidney Poitier; and Olympia Dukakis. read more

A Different Shade of Noir

The noir genre is explored, with emphasis on the 1992 film "One False Move." Interviewed: filmmakers Carl Franklin; Michael Beach; Tom Epperson; Jim Metzler; and James L. Carter. read more

Senior Moments; What Do Movies Mean

Filmdom's portrayal of growing old is explored, with insight from director Cynthia Scott and two seniors advocates. Also: the meaning of movies to those who make them. read more

Dinner at the Movies

Culinary themes in films are discussed. read more

Life Anew

Film's portrayal of renewal and second chances is detailed. Interviewed: Frank Langella; Gordon Pinsent; and Andrew Wagner. read more

Life Beyond Crime; The Limey Revisited

A discussion of the autobiographical film "What Doesn't Kill You"; a look back at "The Limey." read more

Life Beyond Crime

A discussion of the autobiographical film "What Doesn't Kill You." read more


The film world's depiction of good and bad mentors is explored, with remarks by actors Matt Malloy and Stacy Edwards, plus producer Marianne Maddalena. read more

The Interviews Episode: "Life Beyond Crime"

Episode Synopsis: A discussion of the autobiographical film "What Doesn't Kill You."
Original Air Date: May 19, 2013
Guest Cast Brian Goodman Angela Featherstone

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