Made in Texas Film Series to Screen Talk Radio on July 18th at the Texas State History Museum in Austin

The screening of TALK RADIO, part of Austin Film Festival’s Made in Texas Film Series, has been moved to July 18th at 7:30pm. After the screening, Dale Dudley, a talk radio veteran with over 20 years experience in the industry, will be present.
One week after celebrating the 20th anniversary of KLBJ’s The Dudley and Bob Show at ACL Live, Dale will be with there to share his personal reflections about Oliver Stone’s film and his own talk radio experiences.
Talk Radio with special guest Dale Dudley
July 18th, 7:30pm
Texas Spirit Theater
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 North Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas
Oliver Stone directs this adaptation of Eric Bogosian’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated stage masterpiece Talk Radio. Bogosian himself stars as Barry Champlain, a late-night shock jock with a chance at national syndication. But before he goes big time, he subjects his listeners to a marathon of abuse. Bogosian’s prophetic script predicted our current atmosphere of over-opinionated news personalities and caustic political vitriol broadcast for everyone to see and hear.
Austin Film Festival and The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum present the Made in Texas Film Series, a program of films made by Texas based filmmakers or filmed in Texas, sponsored by the Texas Film Commission. All Made in Texas screenings are presented in the Texas State History Museum’s beautiful Texas Spirit Theater at 7:30 PM on the second Wednesday of each month from April – September. Free for members of AFF or TSHM, $5 for the general public.
Special support provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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