"A small town reacts to a scandal" might be the official synopsis, but it doesn't even begin to describe director Bob Byington's indie comedy Frances Ferguson starring the remarkable Kaley Wheless. Enter the mind and dry wit of Byington.
Frances Ferguson – Bob Byington Interview (Special Episode)
Piecing It Together Podcast
On this special episode we follow up Episode 124's conversation about Frances Ferguson with an interview with the film's writer/director Bob Byington. Known for his bone dry indie comedies, getting to talk to Bob was awesome, especially since this movie about a woman whose life spirals after an affair with her student is one of my favorites of the year.
On the 124th episode of Piecing It Together, Chad Clinton Freeman joins me to talk about one of my favorite movies of this very weird year... the very weird Frances Ferguson. The story of a woman who throws it all away by way of an affair with her student, it's uncomfortable, weird and a lot of people were very offended by it... but I loved it. Puzzle pieces include To Die For, Daria, Fight Club and Orange Is The New Black.
Episode 044 - Horse Girl, Frances Ferguson and The Toys that Made Us
Binge or Purge
Dimo and Joe review the Netflix original movie starring Alison Brie "Horse Girl" (no relation to BoJack Horseman, don't worry). Also the guys discuss an obscure indie "Frances Ferguson" as well as "The Toys that Made Us" (and by "Us" we mean "Dimo").email@example.com for recommendations!Twitter: @bingeorpurgeIG: @bingeorpurgepodcastFB: /bingeorpurge
ChatCast 33: Bob Byington & Kaley Wheless on 'Frances Ferguson'
The itmodchatcast's Podcast
This week we're lucky enough to have both the director and star of "Frances Ferguson" joining us in The Dork Cave. Bob Byington and Kaley Wheless have a unique creative relationship; having workshopped the hero of their story well before having a story for her to fill. In this conversation, we explore the joys and challenges of spearheading a production, the method of balancing the comic with the tragic, and the nervous excitement of finally unleashing your story upon the world. Put this empathetic oddball character piece on your radar, and make sure to follow the film on Instagram at francesfergusonfilm. Of course, you can also follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @ITMODCast, and you can follow the hosts @MouthDork and @WBDass.
Episode 92 | Fireflies Are Gone, Dora, Scary Stories, The Kitchen, Frances Ferguson & more!
Say Eff It! Podcast
Gary Scott reviews Fireflies Are Gone (2:55), Dora And The Lost City Of Gold (8:22), Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (13:03), The Kitchen (16:14), Brian Banks (202:20), The Art of Racing In The Rain (23:58), France Ferguson (27:50), Interview with the star of Frances Ferguson Kaley Wheless and the director Bob Byington (30:39) and it ends with the Message Of The Week (56:03).
EP148: Frances Ferguson - How To Take Care Of Your Mental Health
The Successful Bookkeeper Podcast
Mental health. Many entrepreneurs don’t pay much attention to it because they’re too busy trying to succeed, but if not taken care of, it can be a big problem. As humans, we sometimes struggle with personal issues that get in the way of our happiness. When that time arrives, do you know what to do? Today’s guest will provide some great tips to help you. Frances Ferguson is a registered clinical counsellor from Campbell River, British Columbia who has 20 years of experience working with men and women of all ages, couples, children, and teens. During this interview, you'll discover... The importance of saying no and setting limits on how much time to work The benefits of working smart How to bring balance to ourselves To find out more about Frances, visit https://www.thesuccessfulbookkeeper.com.