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Cinematically Speaking

Barbara Craddock Brings the Magic of Cuban Pete to the Screen in Mambo Man

Barbara Craddock is a professional dancer and choreographer.  She was also the dance partner of Pedro Aguilar, better known as Cuban Pete, in the last years of his life.  She made a vow to continue his legacy and the result i...


2nd Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival – A Conversation with Stephen Bogart

The 2nd Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival takes place May 1 – 4 in Key Largo.  Arts Radio Network celebrates the Festival with a series of conversations about the life and legacy of Bogie, and what fans can look forwa...


Cinematically Speaking – John Williams

As we ring in the New Year, we revisit a great conversation about the life and work of film composer John Williams.  Caroline Breder-Watts chats with Leslie Gray Streeter and Scott Eyman.


Cinematically Speaking – Palm Beach Israeli Film Series

Karen Davis has been watching, programming and loving film for many years in Palm Beach County.  She now serves as Executive Director of the Palm Beach Israeli Film Series.  Karen and Caroline Breder-Watts sat down for a conv...


Cinematically Speaking – The Music of Henry Mancini

Those of us who grew up in the 1960′s and 70′s fondly remember composer Henry Mancini.  From Peter Gunn to The Pink Panther to Breakfast at Tiffany’s, his music defined a generation.  Scott Eyman discusses h...

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The Short Game – A New Documentary About Golf, Kids and Competition

In the new documentary The Short Game, we ‘re introduced to some of the best golfers in the world – all of whom are under the age of ten.  Two of them live right here in South Florida!  For more information, visit...


Delray Center for the Arts Debuts Summer Film Series

Delray Center for the Arts unveils a new program this summer – a film series with a mix of classic and contemporary features.  Caroline Breder-Watts recently spoke with Assistant Artistic Director Brian Ridolfo.

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Cinematically Speaking Explores the Work of Composer Ennio Morricone

May’s podcast spotlights the work of legendary film composer Ennio Morricone in a discussion with Scott Eyman and Caroline Breder-Watts.  For more on Scott, visit scotteyman.com.

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Cinematically Speaking – Films of the 1960s and 70s

Caroline Breder-Watts and Scott Eyman explore the work of one of the great eras in film history, the 1960s and 70s.  For more information on Scott Eyman, visit www.scotteyman.com.

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Cinematically Speaking Goes to the Academy Awards!

The yearly Academy Award ceremony is one of our most revered TV-watching traditions, with a rich and fascinating history.  Caroline Breder-Watts and Scott Eyman talk about Oscar past and present.  For more about Scott, visit ...