Academy Award winning documentarian Barbara Kopple talks with Studs about her documentary "American Dream" and the battle fought and lost by union workers in Austin, Minnesota during the mid-80s. They set the backdrop in the small, tight-knit community that Hormel Foods had such a profound impact on, how the UFCW international union declined to support the local union, the gripping dynamics between family members who crossed picket lines, and the healing that occurred when the film was screened in the town several years later.
Interviewing producer of "Heartland" Annick Smith.
While riding in a cab, the driver talks about the narrow streets of London. He also talks about the traffic and why he believes traffic will only get worse in the future. Producer and director Karel Reisz explains how making films in England and America differ from how films are made Italy. Reisz also talks about the freedom of a director when making a film. With regards to viewership, according to Reisz, films are in 2nd place behind TV.