Geektown Radio 223: ‘American Factory’ Composer Chad Cannon, What Is Going On With Batwoman, Plus TV News, Film News & UK Air Dates!

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15 Oct 19

Geektown Radio 223: ‘American Factory’ Composer Chad Cannon, What Is Going On With Batwoman, Plus TV News, Film News & UK Air Dates!

The Geektown Radio podcast this week sees Gray return to the co-host chair to chat through the usual weekly tv and film news, plus we attempt to explain everything that is going on with the Sky One/Arrowverse/Batwoman fiasco, along with a look at the next week on tv. We also have an exclusive interview with ‘American Factory’ composer, Chad Cannon.

Directed by three-time Oscar nominee Julia Reichert and Oscar-nominee Steve Bognar, American Factory’ explores the industrial rivalry between the U.S. and China. The acclaimed Netflix documentary won the Best Director Award for a Documentary at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and is the first release by Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, Higher Ground.

Chad is a composer interested in the intersection of cultures, history, and human stories. His debut soundtracks received global recognition – Paper Lanterns received an IFMCA (International Film Music Critics’ Awards) nomination for Best Original Score for a Documentary, while ‘Cairo Declaration’, co-composed with Xiaogang Ye, received China’s highest film prize, the Golden Rooster Award for Best Music.

Also On This Weeks Show:

  • I’m joined by Gray to review the movies and tv series we’ve been watching over the past few weeks.
  • We delve into what is happening with Batwoman airing in the UK, and the possibility of a WarnerMedia streaming service.
  • We take a look at all the latest tv & film news, including all the renewals & cancellations.
  • We give you our recommendations for the upcoming TV in the next 7 days.

Geektown Radio 223: ‘American Factory’ Composer Chad Cannon, What Is Going On With Batwoman, Plus TV News, Film News & UK Air Dates!

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