Fridays at 5 pm on 90.1 FM HD2
Hosted by WFYI’s film guru Matthew Socey, Film
Soceyology features criticism and commentary on recently released movies,
as well as DVD releases and general film chatter. Expect guests ranging
from Deborah Asante to Ed Johnson-Ott, actors and musicians, film critics
and reviewers from Indianapolis and beyond.
2012 Heartland Film Festival/Canterbury Chats
Matthew chats with Ariel Nasr, producer of Buzkashi Boys.
Matthew chats with Mickey Nedimovic about the film Dva.
Matthew chats with Jenny Deller about the film Future Weather.
Matthew chats with High Ground producer Dan Hahn.
Matthew chats with Susan McClory and Albie Heck about the film Inocente.
Matthew chats with Jonathon Frey, director/producer of Kipp Normand.
Matthew chats with Rodrigo Pagianotto about the film Tom Sadly.
Valley of Saints
Matthew chats with Musa Syeed about the film Valley of Saints.
Film Soceyology - May 10, 2013
Matthew Socey reviews THE GREAT GATSBY, the DVD/Blu-Ray release of JACK REACHER, SAFE HAVEN and MAMA. Plus Matthew and film music blogger Brian G. Hartz discuss the legacy of Ray Harryhausen.
Film Soceyology - May 3, 2013
Matthew Socey reviews IRON MAN 3, the Blu-Ray release of BROKEN CITY plus he goes Into The Archives plus discusses Dead People We Like.
Film Soceyology - April 26, 2013
Matthew Socey reviews PAIN & GAIN and previews The Wet Your Pants Comedy Film Festival. Plus a chat with actor Doug Jones.
Film Soceyology - April 19, 2013
It's the return of Matthew Socey as he reviews OBLIVION and the Blu-Ray release of DJANGO UNCHAINED. Because of The Vinyl Cafe coming to town, Matthew replays his chat with Vinyl Cafe host Stuart McLean about the history of Canadian cinema.
Film Soceyology - April 12, 2013
The Film Yap's Christopher Lloyd and Mark Dubec fill in for Matthew Socey, who is running Barefoot in the Park. However, Matthew did record an interview with TV chef Ingrid Hoffmann.
Film Soceyology - April 5, 2013
The Film Yap's Christoperh Lloyd and NUVO's Ed Johnson-Ott fill in for Matthew today. They dicuss the legacy of Roger Ebert.