Arts Express: Sharon Stone Talk Lovelace, Parenting And Pornography


Actress Sharon Stone Talks Lovelace. Deep Throat entered the lexicon of the public imagination in 1972, as the mysterious pseudonym referring to the secret informant who tipped off Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein to what would become infamously known as then President Nixon’s Watergate Democratic Party break-in scandal and disgraceful downfall.

But the term Deep Throat originated with a far different phenomenon – as the name of a 1972 porn movie starring the late Linda Lovelace, that ushered pornography into the mainstream and precipitated in its own strange way at the time, the sexual revolution.

Sharon Stone, who plays the tragic young woman’s bitter and confused mother in Lovelace, met along with the filmmakers to talk about the behind-the-scenes brutal domestic violence and sexual slavery and exploitation that defined Lovelace’s life back then.

Listen to the Interview Here:

Stone at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005.

The Artist And The Model: Director Francisco Trueba phones in to Arts Express to discuss teaming up with Luis Bunuel screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere, for The Artist And The Model. A dramatic feature delving into the emotional life of a WW II era French sculptor recluse, as he navigates the clashing worlds of art, old age and desire.

Cockneys vs Zombies: UK filmmaker Matthias Hoene shares thoughts about his horror satire, Cockneys vs Zombies. Ostensibly and conventionally about the undead, but exploring a different kind of monster – capitalism and its gentrification assault against the urban masses of East London. And, that particular socio-economic crime scene via the zombie metaphor.

Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.