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HND@Grassroots: Season 2, Episode 5 (23), "Night and Fog in Krakow," or "No Sheep’s Vagina," or "Bring On The Empty Sheep"

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HND@Grassroots: Season 2, Episode 5 (23), “Night and Fog in Krakow,” or “No Sheep’s Vagina,” or “Bring On The Empty Sheep”

Hello Faithful Listening Non-Listeners!

Vadim and I rejoin the podcasting group and we have a special treat as writer-director Dan Sallitt (Honeymoon and All the Ships at Sea) joins us to discuss his recent retrospective at Krakow’s First Annual Off-Camera Film Festival.

We blend in other topics as well, ranging from the state of modern film festival-ing, nannys, and other such fun stuff. We even delve a bit into the New York Film Festival (with discussions of Happy-Go-Lucky and the Nagisa Oshima sidebar), but overall we marvel at what Dan has to say on the foreign circuit.

And we hope you do too, as it’s incredibly interesting.

So join us next time as we have a rather hilarious episode sans a special guest. And as always, if you see any of us at the bar, remember to buy us a drink! Or better yet, some infused vodka! John Lichman

John Lichman is a freelance writer who contributes to The Reeler, Primetime A&E [print only] and anyone with cash. He works odd jobs to afford his vices, sleeps on couches and can drink Vadim Rizov under a table.

Vadim Rizov is a New York-based freelance writer. His work has appeared in The Village Voice, The Onion A.V. Club and Paste Magazine, among others.

Dan Sallitt is the writer/director of Honeymoon and All the Ships at Sea, and the proprietor of Thanks for the Use of the Hall. Click here for his home page.

Keith Uhlich is editor of The House Next Door.