Posted Wednesday, September 2, 2009
As the summer winds to a close, Dee Perry hosts a summer film call-in show focusing on Science Fiction movies. From Star Trek to District 9it's been a sci-fi summer, so Dee's invited Plain Dealer film critic Julie Washington, Charley Knox, co-founder of the CWRU Science Fiction Fim Marathon and local science fiction writer and blogger Ferrett Steinmetz to pick and pan the summer science fiction selection and share some of their favorite science fiction films of all time. Plus, Dee opens the phones for you to tell us about your favorites.
Arts and Culture, Motion Pictures (Film, Video)
Love the show. This topic is close to my heart having loved SciFi for decades. I’m wondering when some of the newer cyberpunk science fiction will be made into movies (Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash, William Gibson’s Neuromance, etc.)
Show ideas & comments? Let us know.
Around Noon's Open Air brings musicians, storytellers, and other performers to the Smith Studio of the Idea Center® during the summer! Find out more about Summer 2011 Open Air broadcasts.
Around Noon, ideastream’s weekday radio magazine, celebrates the visual and performing arts, explores cultural trends, and examines current events through an artistic lens. The show hosts a lively mix of regional, national, and international guests, and often invites listeners to interact with those guests in lively, thought-provoking discussions. Dee Perry hosts.
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Host: Dee Perry
Producer: Dave DeOreo
Executive Producer: Mark Rosenberger
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Production of arts and culture programming on ideastream is made possible by grants from:
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Dee Perry image courtesy Chris Stephens, The Plain Dealer