Joshua LaBure is a documentary filmmaker, radio producer and podcaster based out of Omaha, Nebraska. His experience includes having directed and produced several short films, two narrative features and two documentary features, with his works featured at the Lone Star Film Festival, The Bureau of Creative Works and other filmmaker showcases. His most recent documentary had a sold-out premiere and received a standing ovation at the Benson Theatre. Furthermore, he founded the Denver Filmmakers Collective, which hosted local filmmaker showcases, has served on jury for major film festivals and has hosted countless film screenings.
Courtney is back in her hometown after graduating from the University of Kansas in 2019 with degrees in journalism and film. While at KU, she was the arts and culture editor of the University Daily Kansan and had a summer internship at KCUR, Kansas City's NPR member station. She has three pet rats and has seen almost every Audrey Hepburn movie.
Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure, is joined by, Courtney Bierman, to discuss the 2016 documentary from cinematographer, Kirsten Johnson, Camerperson.Cameraperson is now streaming on HBO Max and Criterion Channel. It's also playing at Film Streams on September 20th.
Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure, hosts a round table discussion with Community Programming Manager, Bilgesu Sisman, and Director of Marketing, Patrick Kinney, from Film Streams, as well as the Host of RevLeft Radio, Brett O’Shae, to discuss the newly restored 1979 Documentary about the IWW, The Wobblies.The Wobblies is playing on May 1st at Film Streams for a May Day celebration.
Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure, is joined by our own, Courtney Bierman, to discuss the 2021 documentary by Theo Anthony, All Light, Everywhere.All Light, Everywhere is now streaming on Kanopy.