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Southern Humor - Motivation - Storytelling at its finest - Garrison Keillor Meets Minnie Pearl. Welcome to Prides Hollow, the small town with a big heart. Where people stay but the gossip travels. Award-winning storyteller Kelly Swanson takes you to her town of Prides Hollow, about a mile and a hair past nowhere. Where the simple life is revered, ordinary heroes are appreciated, and the stories are never fancy - they're just about the people. And everything is better with a casserole and a b ...
 
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Premiering at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Academy Award-nominated director Elaine McMillion Sheldon’s ("Heroin(e)", "Recovery Boys") elegiac, stirring, and magical new documentary “King Coal” gives an insider’s unique perspective on the profound impact that coal has had on the people and mythos of Central Appalachia. As the daughter, granddaug…
 
Ya'll are not going to believe who my cousin brought to Buck and Betty's wedding. It was horrible. Glad I was there to see it, and glad I get to share it with you. Nothing's ever boring in Prides Hollow, the small town with the big heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. Just remember, you didn't hear it from me. Support the show…
 
Bride kidnapping. What sounds like a practice from long ago or even a tale out of folklore is actually a Lunar New Year tradition among the Hmong community of the mountains of northern Vietnam. First-time feature filmmaker Diem Ha Le explores this controversial custom through the lens of Di, a young Hmong girl, in the fascinating coming-of-age docu…
 
Hundreds of years ago, cut off from the outside world and confined to so-called chamber rooms, rural women in Jiangyong in southern China did something radical and transformative: they invented their own secret language. Speaking and writing “Nushu” to each other, the women found their voice and created a community of sisterhood. In her poetical an…
 
Children in a shelter in Eastern Ukraine–many of whom have all but lost their parents to war, alcohol, homelessness. But the director of “House Made of Splinters”, Simon Lereng Wilmont (“The Distant Barking of Dogs”) insists that his film is one founded not only on tragedy, but on hope. Hear Simon speak with Mike on “Top Docs” (co-Creator: Ken Jaco…
 
It’s back! After two years of being virtual, the Sundance Film Festival, one of the world’s great film showcases, returns from January 19 – 29, 2023 to Park City and Salt Lake City, UT for a robust lineup of live, in-person screenings and events. While the second half of the festival will also feature online screenings, there is nothing like showin…
 
I think almost every family has a Nester. Bless his heart. He called us this week to tell us he saw Jesus on the side of his garage. And of course he wants to profit on it. Life is never boring in the small town with the big heart, where the people stay, but the gossip travels. Just remember - you didn't hear it from me! Support the show…
 
The chosen 15. On December 21st, the announcement came down: the Oscar Shortlist of 15 documentaries selected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Documentary Branch to compete for the coveted award of Best Documentary Feature in the upcoming 95th Oscars. IndieWire Editor-at-Large Anne Thompson joins “Top Docs” to break down this year…
 
Bless Bitsy's heart for trying, but she is not adjusting too well to that new Peloton she just got. She sure did make those EMTs work hard for their paycheck. Join us for another hilarious tale from Prides Hollow, where things are NEVER boring. Share this video with your friends who need a laugh. Subscribe to the channel so you'll know when new sto…
 
When it comes to making documentaries with impact, filmmakers Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci ("Living on One Dollar", "Salam Neighbor"), co-founders of the non-profit film studio Optimist, have walked the walk. Chris and Zach have created more than 15 films and series that have raised over $91 million dollars for the films’ causes. Their films and …
 
The story seems simple enough: An elderly man returns to his homeland to build a house for his family. And this man, Julian, seems a congenial, inviting presence: Always offering food, drink, and conversation. But in Iliana’s Sosa’s new documentary about her beloved grandfather, “What We Leave Behind,” there’s always a sense of mystery lurking. Sos…
 
Oh my. Ernestine would have a FIT if she knew I was telling you this story. But it is too good to keep a secret. You have GOT to hear what happened when she went for her gynecology appointment. It is OMG graphic. So don't say I didn't warn you. Just remember, you didn't hear it from me. Another hilarious tale from funny motivational speaker Kelly S…
 
“The pivot”. It is one of the most talked about topics among documentary filmmakers. And for good reason. An unpredictable and ever-changing world can render the best laid plans obsolete and wreak havoc for filmmakers. In the course of making his urgent new documentary “Retrograde”, Matthew Heineman (“City of Ghosts”, “Cartel Land”) found himself f…
 
Director Reid Davenport joins Mike to discuss his new documentary, “I Didn’t See You There.” As the title intimates, this is a film about seeing and being seen. Reid confronts not only the legacy of P.T. Barnum–which he traces all the way to photographer Diane Arbus–but what he sees as the possibility of his own participation in the “freak show”, o…
 
Sparky's done run out of his ninth life. Found him during a game of hide and seek. Most exciting family reunion ever. Come find out how it went, in our tiny town with a small heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. And even a funeral for a cat can be fun to watch. Funny motivational speaker, Kelly Swanson, is editor of the Prides Hollo…
 
One of them is a pathbreaking filmmaker whose oddball, bracingly original work re-defined the underground cinema of the 1960s and ‘70s. The other is one of the most acclaimed and beloved actors of the last 35 years. But, to each other, they are simply “Sr.” and “Jr.” — Robert Downey, Sr. (“Putney Swope”, “Greaser’s Palace”) and Robert Downey, Jr. (…
 
Another hilarious moment in Prides Hollow when they find a brassiere in aisle three of Buster's Bait and Tackle. Right near the egg salad sandwiches and the bait - where my cousin's water broke last year. Place your bets on the owner of the bra. Pot is up to $200. Things are never boring in this tiny town with the big heart - where the people stay …
 
With its mouth-watering comfort food and welcoming atmosphere, Rachel’s of Bad Axe is the kind of family-run restaurant you’d be lucky to find in your neighborhood or passing through any small town. But, in this case, Rachel’s, started by the Siev family 25 years ago and still going strong, stands for something much bigger. As filmmaker David Siev …
 
Today we're joined by Simon Westlake Photography, great guy who honed his craft in the film days before bringing that in to now. simonwestlake.com.auAutor: Light Minded
 
All you need to know about Ryan White’s (“The Keepers”, “The Case Against 8”) enthusiasm for taking on the project that would eventually become his awe-inspiring new documentary “Good Night Oppy” is that the Cabbage Patch doll he had as a kid was the astronaut version (currently selling on Etsy for up to $200). Couple this opportunity to revisit hi…
 
“At first, I was terrified”. These are not words you expect to hear very often from Laura Poitras, one of the world’s most fearless and acclaimed documentary filmmakers. Afterall, this is the filmmaker who took on the U.S. intelligence community with her Academy Award-winning film “Citizenfour” about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. But shortly in…
 
Ever thought a taxidermied moose would make a great gift? Neither did Fern. Come hear another hilarious bit of news from the small town with the big heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. Hilarious southern storyteller Kelly Swanson just keeps bringing more funnies from her beloved town. Need a laugh today? This is it. MotivationalSpe…
 
When filmmakers Tamana Ayazi (making her feature doc debut) and Marcel Mettelsiefen (“Watani: My Homeland”) set out in early 2020 to shoot a film about the new generation of young, well-educated Afghans, they knew they wanted to find a strong woman to tell this story. Instead, they encountered a force of nature: Zarifa Ghafari, the 26-year-old mayo…
 
Off the back of Rosie Steggles IG being hacked, we talk about securing your Instagram account and also ask the question, are we at the point of diminishing returns for cameras?Autor: Light Minded
 
Elvis Mitchell, longtime host of KCRW’s “The Treatment”, and producer of “The Black List”, joins Mike to discuss his new documentary “Is that Black Enough for You?” The film recounts an explosion of Black Film which occurred mainly in the period of 1968-1978, placing it within the context of both the prior failure of Hollywood to provide real repre…
 
From its lyrical opening shot of rats scurrying across an empty, moonlit lot somewhere in New Delhi, Shaunak Sen’s (“Cities of Sleep”) thoroughly original new documentary “All that Breathes” makes it clear that generous helpings of the cinematically sublime will be served up along with gritty doses of reality. The film follows Nadeem and Saud, two …
 
When your dad — who is also your best friend and your family’s source of inspiration — announces that he has made the decision to die, the immediate reaction is shock and revulsion. But, after careful consideration and discussion, it became clear to the Timoner family that paterfamilias Eli, who had been battling very severe illness and a rapidly d…
 
Did you hear? There was a break in over at Bert and Erma's house! Let me be the first to give you the details. It was harrowing. Just another quick bit of hearsay from the small town with the big heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. Support the showAutor: Kelly Swanson
 
Can we all agree that the date of August 20, 2015 should be enshrined as one of the most important in the history of documentary? In case you’ve forgotten, that’s the date that “Documentary Now!” burst on the scene with the airing of its first episode: “Sandy Passage”, an unforgettable debut starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader parodying the Maysle…
 
Poor thing. Not Fern. Her dog. Who can blame that dog for quitting? There's only so much a support animal should have to take. I'm just saying. Just another quick bit of hearsay from the small town with the big heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. Support the showAutor: Kelly Swanson
 
It’s not really about the ship. The first thing you have to understand about Margaret Brown’s (“The Great Invisible”, “The Order of Myths”) brilliant new Netflix documentary “Descendant” about the Clotilda, the last known ship to arrive with enslaved Africans in the U.S., is that it’s not primarily about the search for and discovery of this histori…
 
“It’s a caper story, a heist movie, with women at the center. They were outlaws.” So says Tia Lessin (“Trouble the Water”), one of the directors of “The Janes”, the thoroughly engrossing new HBO documentary about… abortion. Set in Chicago, in the late 60’s and early 70’s, “The Janes”, also directed by Emma Pildes (“Jane Fonda in Five Acts”), tracks…
 
Four young men arrive in South Africa from their native Zimbabwe and find each other through their love of–and professional dedication to–wine. Tinashe the big picture philosopher; Pardon the competitive jokester; Marlvin, pious and warm; and Joseph, the stalwart leader of Team Zimbabwe--all will overcome the obstacles facing them as refugees to ar…
 
As you may already know, Percy passed. If you didn't make the funeral, then you should hear about the doves that were released at the ceremony. It wasn't pretty. Just another quick bit from the small town with the big heart, where the people stay but the gossip travels. Support the showAutor: Kelly Swanson
 
Ben Crump knows what it’s like to be in the eye of the storm. As a civil rights attorney representing families in some of the most high-profile cases involving police killings in recent years (including George Floyd and Breonna Taylor), Ben is constantly in the spotlight. But as Nadia Hallgren’s (“Becoming”) powerful and incisive documentary portra…
 
What happened to Sinead O’Connor? It can be too easy to misremember the “after” story, of how quickly in the wake of her appearance on Saturday Night Live in October of 1992, this once megastar largely disappeared from the brightest lights of the world stage . But it also is too easy to ignore the “before” story of what brought her to fame early in…
 
He survived a government-orchestrated poison attack. He pranked the Russian security agency. He endured (and continues to endure) solitary confinement in a remote gulag. Oh, and he also made some pretty cool TikTok videos. His name is Alexei Navalny, and, as Russia’s leading opposition figure, he will use whatever means possible to try to end the a…
 
What is this world coming to? You can't even go in for a pedicure without being afraid. Come here what happened at the nail salon when Nadine was almost killed. More gossip from the small town with the big heart, where the people stay, but the gossip travels. You can count on me to give you the scoop. Support the show…
 
“I was drowning”. Acclaimed filmmaker Brett Morgen (“Kurt Cobain Montage of Heck”, “The Kid Stays in the Picture”) knew he was in deep trouble creatively when he sat down to write the script for his latest documentary and days stretched to weeks and then months. When your film subject’s own creative output is as varied, unpredictable, and brilliant…
 
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