Tag Archives: mini-hi4h

The mini-Hyphenates segment is a recurring part of the show in which we devote the middle segment of the show to discussing a filmmaker who has made five or fewer films. They may not have a filmography significant enough to occupy the main stage, but there are some great bite-sized bodies of work that are certainly worthy of the canon.

Hell Is For Hyphenates – January 2013

Film lecturer and life-long cinephile George Viscas joins the Hyphenates to talk to the films of January 2013, look at the criminally-short filmography of Elaine May, and examine the career of Italian maestro Luchino Visconti.

Hell Is For Hyphenates – October 2012

Film festival programmer Mathieu Ravier guests to talk the films of October 2012, look back at the career of the legendary Jean Vigo, and parse the filmography of Wong Kar-wai.

Hell Is For Hyphenates – July 2012

John Richards (co-creator/writer of TV’s “Outland” and co-host of the podcast “Boxcutters”) joins the Hyphenates to talk the key films of July 2012, look at the brief but significant career of filmmaker Sarah Watt, and examine the filmography of writer/director Todd Haynes.