Folklore suggests the President Dwight Eisenhower had frequent contact with extraterrestrials. Filmmaker Christopher Munch explores this idea in his new film - The 11th Green. Books - www.amazon.com/shop/jvjtaps Host - JV Johnson - www.facebook.com/jvjparanormal Patreon - www.patreon.com/johaw--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brparanormal/support
Can businesses survive in a city despite rising crime? Ryan discusses how some businesses are worried about defunding the police. What would have happened in our country if history went a few different ways? Ryan sits down with American moviemaker Christopher Munch to talk about his film “The 11th Green” that goes through some what if’s.See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
American moviemaker Christopher Munch joins host Ryan Wrecker to talk about his new film called “The 11th Green,” a fictional look based on real discoveries of the Pentagon’s UFO files. He discusses President Eisenhower’s possible involvement and how much he believes our leaders know that they’re not telling us. Ryan also discusses Friday’s Missouri sales tax holiday, his personal shopping woes and the FBI catching a man 46 years after he escaped from a Denver prison.See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
The 11th Green / Film School Radio interview with Director Christopher Munch
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A long-awaited follow up to Munch’s acclaimed 2011 Sundance film Letters From the Big Man, THE 11TH GREEN stars Campbell Scott (House of Cards, Roger Dodger) as a journalist who uncovers the truth behind the mythology of President Eisenhower’s long-alleged involvement in extraterrestrial events. Rife with hidden government secrets and Matrix-like mind-benders, THE 11TH GREEN is grounded in what is widely believed to be the nuts-and-bolts core story of post-war U.S. military and government involvement with UFOs. In this way, the film sketches a possible backdrop to recent revelations in the mainstream media (eg, the New York Times and Washington Post) and subsequent declassification of certain U.S. military interactions with UFOs. Thought-provoking but understated, filled with sharply drawn characters, stark desert landscapes, and leaps across the space-time continuum, THE 11TH GREEN is challenging cinema that generates questions, discussion, and debate long after the credits roll. The film’s distinguished cast also includes Agnes Bruckner (Blood and Chocolate, Blue Car), Ian Hart (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Backbeat), April Grace (Magnolia, Joker), Tom Stokes (The Railway Man, Wasted On the Young), David Clennon (Being There, The Thing), Monte Markham (Mr. Deed Goes to Town, Dallas), and Currie Graham (NYPD Blue, Project Blue Book). Groundbreaking American auteur Christopher Munch (director of The Sleepy Time Gal and the recently restored indie classic The Hours and Times) joins us to talk about his many-layered drama and the talented cast he assembled to breathe life into it. For news and updates go to: christophermunch.comTo watch the film go to: theatricalathome.com/the-11th-green
Third Annual 4th of July Special: "Eisenhower's Aliens" w/ Christopher Munch!
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Filmmaker CHRISTOPHER MUNCH joins Bryce and Michael for an Independence Day discussion of his new sci-fi drama The 11th Green and the strange story involving Dwight D. Eisenhower and aliens that inspired it! -- EPISODE LINKS Congress Wants to See UFO Reports Christopher Munch's Website -- SHOW INFORMATION Bigfoot Collectors Club is produced by Riley Bray. Listener-Files Submissions: BigfootCollectorsClub@gmail.com Bigfoot Collectors Club Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/campfiremedia/albums/43248-bigfoot-collectors-club Instagram: @BigfootCollectorsClub Twitter: @Bigfoot_CClub To support the show and unlock new bonus episodes every month, check out BCC: THE OTHER SIDE on Patreon. Our theme song is “Come Alone” by Suneaters, courtesy of Lotuspool Records.
Director/Producer of The 11th Green Christopher Munch join us!
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Christopher Munch is one of the most respected indy filmmakers working in Hollywood, and his new movie The 11th Green just might blow your mind, with it's talk of extraterrestrial visitors, Barack Obama fever dreams featuring conversations with Dwight Eisenhower about UFO's, a conspiracy theory journalist on their trail and more.The Chicago Sun-Times Richard Roeper digs it, but suggests a pot brownie might be in order before viewing:) Check out his review here: https://chicago.suntimes.com/movies-and-tv/2020/6/25/21300584/11th-green-review-eisenhower-movie-campbell-scott-christopher-munchSee the movie trailer here: https://vimeo.com/383020922And, check out The 11th Green's special Theatrical-At-Home platform to watch the film, and help your local independent cinema shuttered by COVID-19 when you do, by clicking on https://www.christophermunch.com.The Big Time Talker Podcast with Burke Allen is powered by Speakermatch.com, and available the Apple Store or wherever you download podcasts. You can also listen by asking your smart speaker to play the "Big Time Talker with Burke Allen'!
[3 mins. 45 secs.] First up, a brief Oscar night wrap-up with a returning Patrick J. Don Vito, nominated editor of “Green Book”. Patrick was recently on Episode 537 leading up to the award show. While he didn’t win his category, “Green Book” did win Best Picture and we get to hear the details of the big night in great detail. A longer version of this conversation is available on the Filmwax Radio YouTube channel (lots more kibbutzing). [18 mins. 2 secs.] “The Hours and Times” was released in 1992 where it was met with critical and popular acclaim. In early 1963, right before the onset of full-fledged Beatlemania, John Lennon (Ian Hart) and Beatles manager Brian Epstein (David Angus) take a four-day holiday in Barcelona. Lennon, the working-class street tough, and Epstein, the dapper homosexual, make for unlikely friends, but their relationship blossoms over the vacation. Thanks to Sundance and the UCLA Film & Television Archive, and to Oscilloscope, the film has gotten a 4k restoration and a new distribution. The film will be getting a theatrical at NYC’s Quad Cinema beginning Friday, March 1st and will be on VOD for the first time. We speak with the director of “The Hours and Times” for the first time on the podcast, filmmaker Christopher Munch. [42 mins. 12 secs.] Lastly, author, journalist and filmmaker Marshall Fine makes his first appearance on the podcast to discuss his storied career. Among Fine’s books are: Bloody Sam: The Life and Films of Sam Peckinpah (1991), Harvey Keitel: The Art of Darkness (1997), and Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented the American Independent Film (2005). He has also directed two noted documentaries: “Do You Sleep in the Nude?” about film critic Rex Reed, and “Robert Klein Still Can’t Stop His Leg,” about comedian Robert Klein. Fine is also the four-time former chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle: 1992, 2002, 2006 and 2015, and was named general manager of the NYFCC in 2016. He is a contributing editor for “Cigar Aficionado” magazine, for which he writes cover stories. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. The podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play & Youtube.