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Arts Express: Jeremy Irons Talks "Trashed"

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Jeremy Irons Talks Trashed: The distinguished actor turns civilian, as he ventures across the globe in search of solutions to the ecological crisis of mounting waste material everywhere, in Trashed. While uniquely casting himself as a protagonist in a documentary.

Trashed is opening on December the 14th at The Quad Cinema in NYC. Jeremy Irons will be attending the screenings on the 14th of December, and there will be a questions and answers session at the end of each screening on opening day. More information about Trashed is online at: Trashedfilm.com.

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Killing Them Softly: Australian director Andrew Domink in a conversation about his Great Recession gangster thriller. And recruiting Brad Pitt as his politically enraged male muse hitman, who seems as if he could have wandered in from Occupy Wall Street.

**Director Edward Burns delves into his dark take on the holidays and his most personal film, with The Fitzgerald Family Christmas. And the very unusual experience of his own characters endlessly surprising him, as Burns wrote them on the page.

Stay tuned for continuing features of Arts Express: Expression In The Arts. Airing On WBAI Radio's Pacifica Network and Affiliate Stations, including WPRR Public Reality Radio. And if you'd like to Express yourself too, you can write to: ArtsExpressradio@gmail.com.

Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact Prairie through NewsBlaze. Read more stories by Prairie Miller.

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