The Jan Price Show
The Jan Price Show, All About Movies, explores every facet of the moviemaking and movie-watching experience from initial story development and film production through its impact on in-theater and streaming audiences. The Jan Price Show, All About Movies, provides an insider’s look at independent films and documentaries, featuring behind-the-scenes stories and interviews that capture the essence of the film festival experience for a global listening audience of movie lovers. The Jan Price Show, All About Movies, launched in 2016 on the iHeart Radio Network, which streams worldwide. Her show airs weekly across all major podcast platforms, including iHeart Podcast Network, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Podbean, Vurbl, Tune-In, Amazon Music, and YouTube. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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