If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I’ve been recording audio blogs pretty frequently while i’ve been attending Sundance. Here’s some insight into how these work: I’ll strike up a conversation with random people next to me on the bus, or with an actor/director that I recognize, then request their permission for a brief interview. These are completely impromptu, unprepared, off-the-cuff, and raw, but they are, at the very least, conversations with people I think are interesting.

After the break, I speak with Inglorious Basterd Samm Levine, who has a new film called Drones out at Slamdance this year. Also, I chat with David Mazjlin, who composed the music for Sins of My Father, a documentary about drug lord Pablo Escobar. Finally, a conversation with the host of The Sound of Young America, Jesse Thorn, about how he got started in radio.
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