More Stories from the Kitchen Table
Trailer Talk’s mission has always been to highlight as many generally unheard perspectives as possible but there is only so much room within the breadth of an episode of the half-hour show itself. Here I have collected some of the powerful conversations I have been lucky enough to conduct for Trailer Talk that perhaps did not make it into an episode but were part of a larger project, the live events and in some cases broadcast as features on additional networks. These exchanges are incredibly important, and I am committed to providing them with their own platform as we continue to share and expand the archive from these dialogues.
Having worked on Trailer Talk for well over a decade, I continue to be amazed by the sheer power that simple locations can wield, the momentous events that unfold upon them investing the land with deep meaning. As I investigate why the 1969 Woodstock Festival symbolizes the dreams, desires and actions of a decade, many other questions present themselves. What impact do the sixties and its social movements have on us today? What does Woodstock mean to you? Do we still believe that we can change the world?
More coming soon…