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Robert Sims has written for The Austin American-Statesman, Hollywood.com, Miami New Times, The Palm Beach Daily News, Shock Till You Drop, Total Film Magazine, and What’s On in London. Robert Sims is a member of the Austin Film Critics Association: http://austinfilmcritics.org/
Host Robert Sims celebrates KOOP Radio’s week-long celebration of International Women’s Day by previewing three SXSW Online film festival entries directed by current or former Austinites: Kier-La Janisse’s folk horror cinema documentary “Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror”; Mei Makino’s coming-of-age dramedy “Inbetween Girl;” and Tamara Saviano’s Guy Clark and Susanna […]
Listen during Lights Camera Austin for your opportunity to win a Fandango Now Gift Code to watch the new Tom Hanks Texas-set western “News of the World” at home. Plus host Robert Sims airs the second and final part of his Austin 2020 Year in Film review with Austin Chronicle Screens Editor Richard Whittaker.
“Austin Chronicle” Screens Editor Richard Whittaker joins “Lights Camera Austin” host Robert Sims for Part 1 of their discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the city’s film and television communities in 2020. Part 1 focuses on movie theater closures and re-openings as well as film festivals going virtual.
Host Robert Sims presents a legacy interview with John Badham, the director of “Saturday Night Fever,” “Dracula,” “Blue Thunder,” “War Games,” “Stakeout,” “Short Circuit,” and “The Hard Way.” Badham recently published “John Badham On Directing – 2nd Edition: Notes from the Set of Saturday Night Fever, War Games, and More.”
Join Lights Camera Austin host Robert Sims for the debut of Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, a limited monthly show devoted to songs and music from films. Today’s debut will celebrate the career of director Joel Schumacher (“St. Elmo’s Fire,” “The Lost Boys,” “Batman Forever,” “Batman & Robin,” “Phantom of the Opera”).