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Craig and John return to the Austin Film Festival for a supersize live show with guests Nicole Perlman and Steve Zissis.
We talk with Nicole about what’s changed in her life after the breakout success of Guardians of the Galaxy, and how she juggles multiple projects.
Steve Zissis tells us how he transitioned from waiter to co-creator of HBO’s Togetherness, and the unusual origin of the show.
Then all four of us play How Would This Be a Movie, looking at #Zola’s adventure, the runaway blimp and the lonely death of George Bell.
Plus audience questions!
Our thanks to the Austin Film Festival for hosting us, and our terrific audience.
- The Austin Film Festival
- The Monty Hall problem on Wikipedia
- Nicole Perlman on IMDb and Twitter, and on Scriptnotes, 164
- Steve Zissis on IMDb and Twitter
- Togetherness on HBO and Wikipedia
- Papermag on The Harrowing Twitter Odyssey of @_zolarmoon
- The Baltimore Sun on the rogue JLENS blimp
- The Lonely Death of George Bell, from The New York Times
- Variety on Nicole Perlman and Challenger
- Marty on Wikipedia
- Glif tripod phone mount
- Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age at the London Science Museum
- The Man Who Planted Trees, on Wikipedia and Netflix DVD
- Intro/Outro by Matthew Chilelli (send us yours!)
UPDATE 11-6-15: The transcript of this episode can be found here.