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FOF #2341 – Taming the Fame Monster

Lady Gaga was right- fame is a monster: you lose friends and family over jealousy, you feel drained after too many gigs and are left wondering how you’re going to find the energy for your next project.

Today we’re joined by reality TV producer and filmmaker Kerthy Fix to talk about common mistakes people make when they become famous because of reality television.

Posted in: Filmmakers, Interviews, Podcast 4 years ago 1

FOFA #150 – Being at Ground Zero

Imagine being late to work one morning and noticing two airplanes crashing into the World Trade Center right in front of you. What would you do?

Since it’s the ten year anniversary we thought we’d re-run this interview we did with videographer Kerthy Fix on the five year anniversary.

Posted in: News & Rumors, Politics & Activism 9 years ago 0

FOF #1343 – Pee Wee Herman is Back!

In the late 1970s, Paul Ruebens developed the character of Pee-wee Hermanas a challenge by the LA based improv group, the Groundlings, to create a comic that could never make it in real life.

Joining us is film maker Kerthy Fix- her new documentary “Who Took the Bomp: Le Tigre On Tour,” that focuses on the electroclash band Le Tigre premiers at SXSW.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Filmmakers, Interviews, Movies, Podcast 9 years ago 3

EVENT: STRANGE POWERS: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields

We introduced you to Kerthy Fix and her documentary STRANGE POWERS: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields back in March when it debuted at the SXSW FIlm Festival. We just couldn’t get enough of the […]

Posted in: Videos 9 years ago 0

FOF #1311 – The World’s First Glitter Day

Glitter Day, the world’s first LGBT centric winter holiday came and went without hitch in most parts of the world but sadly, the horrific shootings in Arizona left the US in mourning.

Film maker Kerthy Fix joins us to take a look at some of the more extraordinary news and spread the word about her new documentary Strange Powers, an in-depth look at Stephen Meritt and the Magnetic Fields.

Posted in: Podcast 9 years ago 19

FOF #1161 – A Decade with Stephen Meritt and the Magnetic Fields

Stephin Merritt is known as “the Cole Porter of his generation” and as the most miserable man in rock music. Today filmmaker Kerthy Fix talks about her new film- “Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields” on the ten years spent making the film, the zip-a-dee-doo-dah controversy and what love song she thinks represents him.

Posted in: Filmmakers, Interviews, Podcast 10 years ago 1

Video: Trailer for “The Most Famous Woman in the World”

My friend Kerthy Fix sure loves to make movies on queer folks! She’s already made two films on a couple of the most beloved indie rock bands, The Magnetic Fields and Le Tigre and now […]

Posted in: Culture & Style, Drag & Trans, Movies, Videos 10 years ago 1