"The Kings of Summer" – A Five Minute Review – Live from Sundance

A short review on "The Kings of Summer" (formerly titled "Toys house")a film by Jordan Vogt-Roberts. Dick Staub, Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) share their thoughts on a film that Dick describes as a combination of "Animal House meets Lord of the Flies." Podcast: […]

Thoughts on "This is Martin Bonner" – Live from Sundance Film Festival

"This is Martin Bonner" is described as "a subtle meditation on friendship, faith, and human connection."  Dick Staub, Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) share their thoughts on a film about an older man (Martin) who changes his life by relocating to Reno, NV […]

Eight Minutes on "The Square" – Live from Sundance Film Festival 2013

"It began with a group of brave young Egyptians who had searched for each other their entire lives, brought together by a revolution they found each other in the Square." Dick Staub, Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) briefly talk about how they experienced the […]

Live at Sundance Film Festival 2013: "Gideon's Army"

Dick Staub sits down Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) to discuss their thoughts and experience in viewing "Gideon's Army." It  "follows the personal stories of Travis Williams, Brandy Alexander and June Hardwick, three young public defenders who are part of a small group of idealistic lawyers in […]

Live from Sundance Film Fest 2013: Religion at Sundance

We start off our Sundance Series as Dick Staub sits down Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) to briefly talk about the various films at the  Sundance Film Festival and how they interact with faith and religion. Some of the films they discuss are "C.O.G.,""This is Martin […]

"Everything You Wanted To Know About Film Festivals But Were Afraid To Ask" Live from The Windrider Forum

Host Dick Staub leads a discussion on "everything you want to know about film festivals bit were afraid to ask," with Jeff Sparks, founder of the Heartland Film Festival; emerging filmmaker Josh Weigel, whose film The Butterfly Circus won awards for best short film and audience favorite at Heartland 2010; Ralph Winter, veteran Hollywood filmmaker […]

Sundance : The Civil WarsPodcast: Live from The Windrider Forum @ Sundance Film Festival

The Civil Wars have recently announced the cancellation of all tour dates effectively saying they are breaking up… for now. This is an interview before their Grammy winning album even hit the stores and their star shot high. Windrider co-founder and host Craig Detweiler interviews The Civil Wars about their new break-out album Barton Hollow (This […]

Hilla Medalia, Director of "To Die in Jerusalem"Live from Sundance at The Windrider Forum

On the afternoon of March 29, 2002 the world was shaken when an 18 year-old Palestinian girl and suicide bomber, entered a market where she detonated a bomb, killing herself, injuring 30 and killing a 17 year-old Israeli girl in what has become known as the  Kiryat HaYovel supermarket bombing. No one was shaken more than […]

Sundance: Like Dandelion Dust and God of Love. Podcast: Live from The Windrider Forum @ Sundance Film Festival

Double Feature: Jack Hafer from Biola interviews Bobby Downs producer for Like Dandelion Dust. Lisa Swain of Biola interviews Luke Matheny and his editor Levi Abrino of God of Love.

Sundance: Filly Brown, director and dadPodcast: Live from The Windrider Forum @ Sundance Film Festival. Segment 1 of 1

Mike Gonzales of Biola University interviews Michael D. Olmos director of Filly Brown and his dad, Edward James Olmos. Storyline: Maria Jose 'Majo' Tonorio is a tough LA street poet who spits from the heart. After meeting a talented DJ she cuts her first demo under the guidance of a small time hustler more interested […]