Arts Express: Diane Keaton Talks And So It Goes

And So It Goes:

A conversation with Diane Keaton, star of the Rob Reiner dark comedic, late in life romance opposite Michael Douglas. Keaton also shares thoughts on her enduring screen image as Annie Hall.

War Story:

A dramatic thriller about the Libyan conflict minus Libya, and a reflection of digital age narcissism and what passes for news in the censored corporate media. A commentary.


Poetry Corner:

Oklahoma City based activist poet Lauren Zuniga, who ‘dreams locally and shouts globally,’ performs ‘To The Oklahoma Legislature.’ Chris Butters reports.

Big Joy:

A documentary excursion into the creative life of the late irreverent poet and experimental filmmaker, James Broughton. And an exploration of his guiding mantra, ‘Follow your own weird.’

Book Corner: The Cineaste Poems.

African American poet A. Van Jordan discusses his unique collection, verses inspired by what he sees as the artistic, visual and emotional connections between movies and poetry. And assimilating into his work among others, Oscar Micheaux, Spike Lee, Metropolis, Birth Of A Nation, Tyler Perry, John Sayles, Mel Brooks and Fritz Lang.

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.