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Rob St. Mary Joins The Projection Booth Podcast
Internationally acclaimed filmmaker and cult film fanatic Rob St. Mary joins The Projection Booth podcast as new permanent co-host. First episode features Frankenhooker and interview with director Frank Henenlotter.
By: Mike White
White promises that the show is just getting started and lays out plans for future discussions of fantastic films like “Salo: 120 Days of Sodom,”
"Before I was a part of the podcast, I was a fan," says St. Mary. "Mike has a great eye for under-appreciated films and I hope I can return the favor." No stranger to cult films, St. Mary has been connecting people to great cinema past and present. St. Mary worked at what is considered the first video store in the nation, Thomas Video, and one of the better art house theaters in the Metro Detroit area, the Main Art Theater. Before that, St. Mary made his own foray into filmmaking with a feature length documentary, “The Separation on State Street,”
Since 2001, St. Mary has been a radio news professional. During that time, he's been honored over two-dozen times for his feature and investigative work by statewide and national journalism organizations. Now, St. Mary is bringing his keen investigative spirit and sharp interview skills to The Projection Booth.
Started in March 2011, The Projection Booth is a weekly podcast with new episodes available every Wednesday via iTunes or Stitcher. The podcast is also syndicated via Jackalope Radio ( http://jackaloperadio.com/
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