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Sup Doc LIVE presented by SF Sketchfest 2017!

Sup Doc Podcast LIVE Recording! Presented by SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival! Sup Doc RETURNS to SF Sketchfest! Join hosts Paco Romane and George Chen for a special FREE event with panelist Cory Sklar (Illogical Contraption), Emily Van Dyke, and Frankie G (Killing My Lobster, Narcissists Anonymous) and Melissa McQueen (The World Famous Comedy Store, Hollywood Improv Comedy …

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Ep 46 HOME MOVIE with comedian Amy Miller

Sup Doc: Comedian Amy Miller

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast Ep 46 HOME MOVIE with comedian Amy Miler Sup Doc Ep46: Hosts George Chen and Paco Romane sit down with comedian Amy Miller (Last Comic Standing, Kill Rock Stars) to discuss the 2001 doc Home Movie a witty look at five unusual homes that have been designed to match the ideas and eccentricities of …

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Ep 45 WEINER with comedian/writer Megan Koester

Megan Koester on Sup Doc Weiner

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast Sup Doc Ep 45 WEINER with comedian and VICE writer Megan Koester On episode 45 of Sup Doc Paco and George talk with VICE writer and comedian Megan Koester about the 2016 documentary Weiner. This documentary centers around ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner as he navigates the fallout (his wife, Huma Abedin, recently separated from him) …

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Ep 43 HELL HOUSE with MTV writer Molly Lambert

Writer Molly Lambert on Sup Doc

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast Sup Doc Ep 43: Hell House with MTV writer Molly Lambert Paco and George talk with MTV writer/podcaster Molly Lambert. They get into ghosts, The Black Dahlia, music, Christianity, and dig deep into the doc Hell House! Hell House is a 2001 documentary that was directed by George Ratliff that focuses on the idea of a …

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Ep 41 BUSTER KEATON RIDES AGAIN with comedian Nick Flanagan

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast On Episode 41 Paco Romane and George Chen talk with comedian and actor Nick Flanagan about Buster Keaton Rides Again the 1965 documentary that chronicles the filming of one of Buster Keaton’s last short comedies, “The Railrodder,” which features him in a rambling journey across Canada. Included are brief biographic sketches and anecdotes, still …

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Ep 38 ROOM 237/THE NIGHTMARE director Rodney Ascher (Part 1)

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast Part 1 of a 2-part interview. (Check out Part 2 here) You wake up in the middle of night, unable to move and see a shadow standing over your bed. Is this a bad dream or something far more sinister? Was Kubrick’s The Shining more that just a scary movie? And what’s a Kiki …

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Ep 37 FINDING VIVIAN MAIER with comedian Esther Ku

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast On Ep 37 Paco and George welcome comedian and actress Esther Ku to talk about the riveting 2013 doc Finding Vivian Maier. They also discuss Esther’s childhood, her start in the Boston comedy scene and her recent work on Family Guy. Maier was a French-American woman who worked most of her life as a …

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Ep 36 GLENN CAMPBELL: I’LL BE ME with the band Wimps

Sup Doc: A Documentary Film Podcast Ep 36: I’LL BE ME with the band WIMPS Paco and George are joined by Seattle band Wimps to discuss the 2014 Glenn Campbell documentary, I’ll Be Me by James Keach. Matt, Rachel, and Dave were moved for personal and professional reasons by the story of the final tour of country star Glenn Campbell, …

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Spinning Platters Interview with Paco Romane

The Spinning Platters Interview Paco Romane is one of the greatest Bay Area comedians. In addition to doing stand-up all around the Bay all the time, he hosts the Sup Doc Podcast with George Chen. He’s also performing at the Outside Lands Music Festival this weekend, where he has curated a set of his favorite comics to open the Barbary tent, …

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Ep 34 JODOROWSKY’S DUNE with comedian Michael D’Bey

Jodorowsky’s Dune is a 2013 American-French documentary film directed by Frank Pavich. The film explores cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky‘s unsuccessful attempt to adapt and film Frank Herbert‘s 1965 science fiction novel Dune in the mid-1970s. Part thoughtful tribute, part bittersweet reminder of a missed opportunity,Jodorowsky’s Dune offers a fascinating look at a lost sci-fi legend. “Jodorowsky’s Dune” is an account of …

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