THE GOAL OF CINEMA THERAPY PODCAST IS TO DISCUSS SOMETHING WE ALL LOVE... MOVIES.
AND DISCUSS SOMETHING WE ALL HATE... MOVIES.
It's the only podcast with the courage to dive head-first into the films people relentlessly argue about in order to reveal truths about social issues, cultures, history, thoughts, feelings, and humanity.
Some of these films may put too much mustard on the hotdog. They may even relish in it. And after watching these films, you may have some... beef. But rest assured, some of these films failed to catch-up to their competitors and didn't get the bread they needed to be successful in the box office. In fact, you might say some failed because they were too cheesy. Just remember that some of these films had no hope to begin with, because they were made outside of the Hollywood system, where they don't have filmmaking onions. I hope this paragraph gives you a taste of the awful humor you'll get on the show. Go listen already.
CREATED & VOICED BY JACOB FOLTZ
Jacob Foltz is a podcaster, commercial video editor, & filmmaker based in Seattle.
He has edited many commercial campaigns for major brands including Budweiser, Hydro Flask, Harmonix, Visit Seattle, & BECU.
While earning a B.A. in Creative Writing and a minor in Film Studies, Jacob found time to direct over twenty shorts, a thirty minute narrative film, a feature length documentary, and edited countless more.
In addition to being a sought after editor, Jacob is an accomplished director and producer. His last film, The Game of Kubb was voted “Audience Favorite” out of over 60 teams at the Seattle 48 Hour Film Challenge.
Get more of Jacob by listening to his weekly blog-style podcast Back To Back Films. Where he and two other Seattle Filmmakers talk about everything you never knew you wanted to know about movies.
ORIGINAL SCORE BY KURTIS SKINNER
PODCAST ARTWORK IS AN ORIGINAL PAINTING BY KIM BALLA
Robert Speewack Bojorquez
Session One "Reality Matters" is dedicated to Keith Anderson-Do.
Session Two "Depression, Destruction, and Determinism" is dedicated to Robert Speewack Bojorquez.
Session Three "Allegories Forbidden" is dedicated to Christina Chelf & Nate Sawtell.
Session Four "Neurosis" is dedicated to Penelope Sheep.