The Green Light Cinema Podcast

Mike, the owner of Green Light Cinema, and film production vet J.C. talk about the state of the indie film business and what’s upcoming for Saint Petersburg, Florida’s favorite art house theater.

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August 2023

Mike and J.C. discuss the 33 films that were going to "save the industry." What's can we learn from the reception of the films released so far. And what's coming in August at Green Light Cinema.

July 2023

Mike and J.C. discuss the Green Light Shorts Challenge - a contest coming to Green Light Cinema. Then we discuss Universal's claim of 1 billion in VOD sales and the effect of Asteroid City on the indie film business.

June 2023

Mike and J.C. discuss the new balance between theatrical and VOD and the latest out of the Cannes Film Festival. Plus, all of June's offerings at Green Light Cinema.

May 2023

Mike and J.C. discuss the year-over-year box office and why this year is such an improvement over last year, the writers strike and A.I. scripts, and May's films at Green Light Cinema in Saint Petersburg, FL.

April 2023

Mike and J.C. talk about the first quarter of the year at Green Light Cinema, how indie films continue their uphill climb, and the reasons and implications of new Oscars requirements. Plus, what's playing at the theater in April.

March 2023

This month, Mike and JC talk Oscars and the impact on the industry made by nominee Everything Everywhere All at Once. Other topics include the CEO of Warner Brothers signaling a return a theatrical and the normalization of the business. Plus, what's upcoming at Green Light Cinema in March.

February 2023

Mike and J.C. discuss the indie news out of the Sundance Film Festival as well as what's coming in February at Green Light Cinema - Brandon Cronenberg's Infinity Pool, the Indian smash hit RRR, and the Oscar Shorts.

January 2023

Mike and J.C. take a look back at 2022 and the state of the industry. Then look forward to 2023 and what's in store at Saint Pete's indie arthouse theater, Green Light Cinema.