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At ScreenFish, we believe that the truths of God's story can be seen in unexpected places, especially within the world of film and television. We're looking for those connections wherever possible.

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At ScreenFish, we believe that the truths of God's story can be seen in unexpected places, especially within the world of film and television. We're looking for those connections wherever possible.

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Episode 63: 1on1 with Aik Karapetian (SQUEAL) Written and directed by Ain Karapetian, SQUEAL is a blend of styles like no other. Mixing dark horror with fairytale elements, the film tells the story of one man's quest to survive a terrifying capture and the love he discovers along the way. In this 1on1, we speak to Karapetian about the what separates man from beast, working with animals and the power of love.
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Episode 63: 1on1 with Aik Karapetian (SQUEAL) Written and directed by Ain Karapetian, SQUEAL is a blend of styles like no other. Mixing dark horror with fairytale elements, the film tells the story of one man's quest to survive a terrifying capture and the love he discovers along the way. In this 1on1, we speak to Karapetian about the what separates man from beast, working with animals and the power of love.
Episode 62: 1on1 with John Patton Ford (EMILY THE CRIMINAL) Directed by John Patton Ford, EMILY THE CRIMINAL tells the story of Emily (Aubrey Plaza), a young woman struggling to deal with her student debt. Unable to find work due to her past criminal record, she becomes desperate for cash. Though, when a co-worker empathizes with her problems, he gives her a mysterious phone number to call where she might find an opportunity to help pay the bills. After making the call, she meets Youcef (Theo Rossi), a charismatic middleman who deals with stolen credit cards. While Emily is initially apprehensive, she accepts the job and the two begin to work together to expand their business ventures. In this 1on1, we speak to Ford about whether or not we all have a dark side and researching the underworld.
Episode 61: Movies You Missed 2.4: Studying the ZODIAC Set in the bleakness of the 1970s, David Fincher's thriller ZODIAC unravels the decades-old mystery of the Zodiac killer. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Jake Gyllenhaal and Robert Downey Jr., ZODIAC has more questions than answers but keeps the viewer gripping their seat along the way. This week, the team attempts to shine a light on the film's darkness as they discuss dealing with hopelessness and understanding the mind of a madman.
Episode 60: 1on1 with Joe Hernandez (AINBO: SPIRIT OF THE AMAZON) AINBO: SPIRIT OF THE AMAZON tells the story of one young woman's journey to follow her heart find her calling. Led by her spirit animals Vaca (voiced by Joe Hernandez) and Dillo, Ainbo must fight the forces of darkness in an effort to protect the Amazon rainforests from a danger more powerful than she could have imagined. In this 1on1, we speak to Hernandez about the nature of evil and the importance of wonder.
Episode 59: 1on1 with Scott Mann (FALL) Whatever you do, don't look down. Directed by Scott Mann, FALL is a thrilling tale of Becky (Grace Caroline Currey), a young woman grieving the loss of her husband. But when her friend Hunter (Virginia Gardner) enlists her help climbing a 2,000 ft radio tower, the two women find themselves stranded without a way down. Now, Becky and Hunter are forced to find the strength to survive the elements and the terrifying heights that have trapped them. In this 1on1, we speak to Mann about the connection between grief and fear, working with practical effects and the boundaries of social networking.
Episode 58: 1on1 with Anoop Rangi & Megha Sandhu (ARRANGED MARRIAGE) Written and directed by Anoop Rangi, ARRANGED MARRIAGE is a satirical look at the ancient marital ritual. When she returns home to a surprise engagement party where she will meet her to her fiancé, Kamala (Megha Sandhu) is horrified and runs away with friends. However, when she refuses to return, her father vows to stop at nothing in order to see the wedding plans take place. In this 1on1, we speak to Rangi and Sandhu about the line between satire and stereotypes and the importance of cultural representation.
Episode 57: Movies You Missed 2.3: Calling Out THE IMPOSTER The 2012 documentary THE IMPOSTER tells a story that has to been seen to be believed. Beginning in 1997, the film recounts the case of a French con artist named Frederic Bourdin who pretended to be an American boy that had disappeared in Texas at the age of 13. Through interviews with Bourdin and the family involved, the film asks hard questions about what it means to believe a lie, even when others think you shouldn't. This week, Catherine picks THE IMPOSTER to share and the team looks into the mind of sociopaths and grappling with trauma.
Episode 56: 1on1 with Jo Koy & Lydia Gaston (EASTER SUNDAY) EASTER SUNDAY tells the story of Jo Valencia (Jo Koy), a struggling comedian who is also struggling to connect with his teenage son. Obsessed with work, Jo has difficulty making time for those he cares about as he scratches and claws to get his big break. Then, as the Easter long weekend approaches, Jo must return to his family home to celebrate the holiday with his crazy family and over-bearing mother (Lydia Gaston). In this 1on1, we speak to Koy and Gaston about representing the Filipino culture and why family is so funny.
Episode 55: 1on1 with Adeel Akhtar (ALI & AVA) Directed by Clio Barnard, ALI & AVA tells the story of two people who are both lonely for different reasons. Separated (secretly) from his wife, Ali (Adeel Akhtar) may have a spouse in the home but his heart feels alone. For Ava (Claire Rushbrook), she lives with her adult son and his family but wishes that her own life had love once again. When the two meet, sparks begin to fly but both struggle to work past the pain that they have brought into their new relationship. In this 1on1, we speak to Akhtar about the power of music, the nature of Ali's quest and his BAFTA nomination.
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