Interview: Leonard Maltin on Capra, Classic Films and Movies That Prove 'Life Can Be Beautiful'
It’s Memorial Day weekend – the first big weekend of the summer season and plenty of movies are battling at the box office.
Burt alongside the latest “Star Trek” and “Hangover” sequels is another movie: The 1933 Frank Capra film “Lady for a Day.” Film Critic Leonard Maltin is in Austin for its showing tonight at the Paramount Theater, as part of its summer film series.
KUT’s Emily Donahue spoke with Maltin “Lady for a Day” and Frank Capra, movies’ changing distribution channels, the allure of classic films and more.
“Introducing a 90 year-old movie that still has tremendous entertainment values and relevance and brings joy to viewers is no small matter.”