For the latest episode of 'The Lens: A Cinema St. Louis Podcast', Diane Carson, KDHX film critic and professor emerita at St. Louis Community College, joins CSL's Cliff Froelich to discuss Peter Bogdanovich's What's Up Doc? (1972) on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
Dr. Diane Carson, KDHX film critic and professor emerita in film at St. Louis Community College, joins Cinema St. Louis' Cliff Froehlich to discuss Peter Bogdanovich's screwball classic What's Up, Doc? from 1972. Before the first discussion in this Golden Anniversaries series, Joshua and Andrew highlight some films that are Now Showing: Mad God, Watcher, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Flux Gourmet, and Both Sides of the Blade.
The Lens returns from summer vacation beginning in September with the Nancy and Nora mini-series, highlighting the careers of writer-directors Meyers and Ephron. Until then, stay tuned for more Golden Anniversary discussions. Next up is former Salon film critic and "Opening Wednesday at a Theater or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American '70s" author Charles Taylor discussing "Lady Sings the Blues."