Arts Express: A Conversation With Wrestler Paul Triple H Levesque

Interview With A Wrestler: Paul Tripl H Levesque mulls doing pensive and scary, as he moves from the wrestling ring to the big screen with the comedic crime thriller, Inside Out. And mixes it up with a bad parenting medical maniac played by Bruce Dern, the only person in film history to have ever killed John Wayne in a movie.


The Mill And The Cross: Polish director Lech Majewski phone in to visualize for radio, the monumental task of adapting the paintings of iconic subversive Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel to the screen. For his film about meditation, madness and the multitudes of his day, The Mill And The Cross.

Dolphin Tale: Dan Strzempka, who makes artificial limbs for both humans and animals, is on the line from Florida to describe creating a new tale for an injured dolphin, the subject of the creature biopic, Dolphin Tale. Dan, who is played by Morgan Freeman in the movie, also talks disability stereotypes on screen in an exceptional movie tackling adult topics for children, including economic hard times, war, loss and nurturing one another on the planet.

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.