In this edition of the show, Cinetopia founder Amanda Rogers is joined by the show’s co-producer Jim Ross (TAKEONECinema.net Managing Editor) and regulars Marc Nelson and Carys Evans. Between them, they cover three films out now: Regina King’s ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI, depicting a night shared by Sam Cooke, Jim Brown, Cassius Clay and Malcolm X; hybrid doc about a soon-to-close Vegas bar, BLOODY NOSE, EMPTY POCKETS, directed by Bill and Turner Ross; and Sam Pollard’s shocking chronicle of the federal authorities’ surveillance of Martin Luther King Jr., MLK/FBI. Jim also speaks to Allison Gardner, Chief Executive of Glasgow Film and co-director of Glasgow Film Festival, about the upcoming 2021 festival, and the team make some new recommendations for short films.
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