Show Notes

As our seventh season enters its final third, Bart and Chris join guest host Sonali Gulati, a filmmaker and faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University, for a review of Jacqueline Olive?s searing look back at America?s violent history of lynching, Always in Season. Then, Bart interviews Elizabeth Coffman, co-director of Flannery, a documentary about the late, great southern writer Flannery O?Connor, which was just awarded the inaugural Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film. Inspiring artists deserve inspiring discussions, and that?s what we bring to the podcast. Enjoy!

Group Review Documentary:

ALWAYS IN SEASON (Jacqueline Olive, 2019)

In theaters and film festivals now

Film Featured in Interview Portion:

FLANNERY (Elizabeth Coffman/Mark Bosco, 2019)

Currently playing in festivals

Other Films and Sites Mentioned:


Link to review by Christopher Llewellyn Reed:



  • 00:38 ? Intro
  • 05:02 ? Group Discussion of ALWAYS IN SEASON
  • 20:14 ? Bart interviews Elizabeth Coffman of FLANNERY
  • 38:01 ? Doc Talk



Artwork by Hilary Campbell

Intro music by Jeremiah Moore

Transitional music by BELLS (thanks to Christopher Ernst)

Editing and shownotes by Christopher Llewellyn Reed