Filmmakers Behind “The Shark is Still Working,” “The Camden 28,” and “Your Mommy Kills Animals” Featured on Internet Radio Program

New York, NY, July 25, 2007 --( On Wednesday, July 25 at 10pm (EST), Movie Geeks United!, a movie-themed talk radio program on the internet, will broadcast a special live interviews with the key filmmakers behind three of the year’s most highly touted documentaries, The Shark is Still Working, The Camden 28 and Your Mommy Kills Animals.

Jake Gove, Erik Hollander, James Gelet, and Michael Roddy, the key filmmakers behind The Shark is Still Working, a three-hour examination of the phenomenon and legacy inspired by Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, will speak to the Movie Geeks about the genesis of their film and share the insights they uncovered from their experiences with the many players from the 1975 hit film, including Spielberg and stars Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss.

Opening this Friday at Cinema Village in New York City, The Camden 28 tells the story of a protest group who set out to destroy all files in a New Jersey draft board office during the Vietnam war. An original member of that protest group, John Swinglish, and the director of the film, Anthony Giacchino, discuss the revolutionary acts of this group, their historic vindication and their unavoidable relevance in today’s turbulent political climate.

Also released this month, Your Mommy Kills Animals explores the animal rights movement, which has been classified by the U.S. government as one of the most viable domestic terror threats in the country. Writer/director Curt Johnson will discuss his film’s even-handed approach, which has won raves by the likes of Variety and many other reputable industry sources.

Internet users may listen to the show live or on replay by visiting They may also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, where they can download additional show content, including recent 2-hour tributes to directors Brian De Palma and David Lynch and actor Al Pacino.

Movie Geeks United! is a movie-themed internet radio talk show that airs twice weekly on Sundays at 6pm (EST) and Wednesdays at 10pm (EST). The show features three knowledgeable, witty and insightful co-hosts who discuss the most pressing issues in film and converse with industry filmmakers, actors and additional creative talent. Past shows include 2-hour tributes to Al Pacino and David Lynch, as well as celebrations of “The Big Lebowski” phenomenon and interviews with industry talents like actors Steven Bauer, and directors George Ratliff, Jerry Schatzberg, Sophie Fiennes and Anthony Giacchino.

BlogTalkRadio is a social radio network that allows anyone in the world to host or listen to a live radio show, available online, for free. BlogTalkRadio is inspiring a legion of citizen broadcasters around the world to express themselves through live, interactive radio for the first time. Unlike other services, BlogTalkRadio requires no software download or podcast equipment. All you need is a phone or voIP connection to engage your community in real-time conversations. After shows air live, they are archived as podcasts and made available via RSS to iTunes and other services.

For more information, contact:
Jamey Duvall, producer
Movie Geeks United!

Movie Geeks United!
Jamey DuVall