Calling all Star Wars Fans - They Have an Online Fan Show for You

The Crew of the film, 'The Force Among Us' will be interviewed Live on Talk Show Tat TV Live on May 19th, 2007.

Orange, CA, May 03, 2007 --( Jeff Roney will be interviewing Cris and Courtney Macht, crew of the highly anticipated Star Wars documentary, The Force Among Us. The interview will be recorded live, and will take place on Saturday, May 19th at 9:00 AM Pacific Time. Portions of the show will be classic interview style, and others will be accepting questions from connected callers, as well as emails to

The interview is a continuation of the previous Tat TV Live Show ( On the May 19th episode, they will discuss behind-the-scenes stories of the film, where to pre-order the DVD, and information concerning the crew's involvement in the huge Star Wars Celebration 4 event in Los Angeles May 24th to 28th. They will also give you tips from the hosts, guests and call-in audience to make a visit to Celebration 4 the most memorable ever. There will be special guests and a segment of the show when a Jedi Master and Sith Lord answer relationship questions. It will be a jam-packed show with entertainment for everyone.

The Force Among Us is a Star Wars documentary film about Star Wars fans, that shows how the reality of their fandom differs from the stereotypes put forth in the media. For more information on the film, visit:

Tat TV Live is the live call-in talk show hosted by Jeff Roney using the interactive podcasting solution. The show is part online Star Wars fan club, part Larry King Live, and part SNL. It is information and entertainment all in one. Guests and audience members may call in by ordinary telephone or Voice-Over-IP and participate in the discussion, as well as share comments by text-based chat. The show can be streamed live or downloaded as an mp3 podcast after recording ends. Along with the fantastic guests and discussions, comedy always finds its way onto the shows, as well. In recent weeks, Roney has received very interesting calls from "Britney Spears", he has played previously produced Star Wars parody sketches, and it is quickly becoming apparent that anything can happen on these shows. For more information on Tat TV Live, see For more information on TalkShoe, see

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