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[13 Jul 2017]

The writer, director and producer Marie Clements discusses the musical documentary film she wrote and directed, The Road Forward, which runs at the Vancity Theatre in Vancouver beginning 14 July 2017, with Joseph Planta.

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[25 May 2017]

The journalist and educator George Orr discusses his new film Talk!, screening Saturday, 03 June 2017, a documentary on news and talk radio in Vancouver, featuring the remarkable journalists and broadcasters like Jack Webster, Pat Burns, Rafe Mair, George Garrett, Warren Barker and others, with Joseph Planta.

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[3 May 2017]

The Director of Programming for the DOXA Documentary Film Festival, film critic and writer Dorothy Woodend discusses this year’s festival, previewing a number of the films, with Joseph Planta.

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[3 May 2017]

The filmmaker Cat Mills talks to Joseph Planta about her short film FIXED!, which has its premiere at the DOXA Documentary Film Festival (08 May 2017 & 11 May 2017).

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[13 Mar 2017]

The executive director of The ACT Arts Centre in Maple Ridge, Lindy Sisson discusses the first Maple Ridge Festival of BC Film, taking place 17-19 March 2017, the short and feature films to be shown, and more, with Joseph Planta.

Two P's in a Podcast »

[27 Feb 2017]

Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta discuss last night’s Academy Awards and the snafu over the announcement of the Best Picture Oscar, as well as Black History Month, and the Crazy 8’s film competition, for this edition of Two P’s in a Podcast for Monday, 27 February 2017.

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[15 Feb 2017]

The Emmy-nominated director and editor Mike Jackson discusses Woodman, the short film he’s directing as part of the 18th Annual Crazy 8’s film competition, film making and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[23 Jan 2017]

Two P’s in a Podcast returns with Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta talking about President Donald Trump, the Women’s March, films such as Moonlight and Hidden Figures, and more.

The Commentary »

[2 Jan 2017]

Joseph Planta on the 179 films he watched in 2016.

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[5 Dec 2016]

The filmmaker Tiffany Hsiung discusses her critically acclaimed first feature The Apology, a film that follows three grandmothers seeking a formal apology from the Japanese government for their enslavement as ‘comfort women’ during World War II, with Joseph Planta.