James Bartlett caught up with filmmaker Sean McGinly to talk about his documentary ‘Brothers Lost: Stories of 9/11’
James Bartlett channels his inner daredevil meeting Irish-American stuntwoman Kelly Róisin, who features in Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story.
James Bartlett talks to Mallory O’Meara whose book The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Millicent Patrick introduces us to Milicent Patrick, who created the Creature from the 1954 film Creature from the Black Lagoon.
James Bartlett pulls into town.
James Bartlett arranges the skin of Erin Derham’s documentary about the surprising world of taxidermy and the passionate artists across the world who see life where others only see death. For many people, the word “taxidermy” brings to mind crumbling mansions or old men’s clubs filled with unnaturally-posed animals stuffed and mounted after boastful hunting trips to exotic climes. But that’s all changed now. Right now, the interest in taxidermy – both as an art…
James Bartlett explains why Canada is one of the most popular locations for Hollywood and the important role The X-Files played.
James Bartlett gathers at the family table.
James Bartlett found himself in Fairbanks, Alaska and learned about the single most powerful businessman in the Territory of Alaska and its richest resident, Austin “Cap” Lathrop, who would have a role to play in the territory’s film history.
James Bartlett gets behind the wheel of ‘Framing John DeLorean’.
James Bartlett talks to John Houlihan, music supervisor at 20th Century Fox film studios.