Tuesday, 16 December 2008
Only just found this out, but it appears on 10th December 2008 Andy Siems decided to call it a day...or, begin to wrap up a gradual shutdown of it.
It's sad, because they were/are really great to listen to together because they're both different people, and that’s what makes a great conversation interesting to listen to. The enthusiasm was wonderful and love hearing people who are passionate about the thing they’re talking about.
I always like to say never say never...it could come back, of course it could...Indiana Jones IV was made with a ninteen year gap, Rambo IV was made with a twenty year gap...Terrence Malick took a twenty year gap in-between Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line.
Also, there’s more shows on the way from The Hollywood Saloon, so it's by no means over completely.
I wish the two of them the very best of luck with the future.
Episode 36 - EARLY WORKS [click here]
Episode 32 - STYLE: Film Grammar at the Movies [click here]
Episode 25 - LITTLE FAT GIRL [click here]
Episode 16 - PAPER CINEMA [click here]
Episode 17 - LEGACY: What Will Endure? [click here]
Posted by Michael J. Dowswell at 11:54