Much like previous guest, playwright Donna Hoke, film director and author Greg Lamberson’s list of accomplishments were varied, massive and somewhat intimidating. He’s written and published around 15 books, he’s either written, produced and/or directed over two dozen films. And to top it all off, he co-chairs the incredibly popular Buffalo Dreams film festival every year, which draws films and directors from around the world to our fair town. I can be a little OCD when it comes to prepping for the show, so in a case like Greg’s, I had to get a handle on the broad strokes rather than lose myself in his gargantuan back catalogue. Lamberson turned out to be much more charming during the interview than I anticipated, and there was a mutual respect between the two of us that I think translated in the episode. Here it is:
Thanks to Lamberson for taking time out of his insanely busy schedule to sit down with me for a half an hour. Thanks also to Henry Gale for being a little bit better in the Co Host Hot Seat the second time around. And of course to producer Richard Wicka for bringing it all together and wrapping a bow around it. Do us ALL a favor and Like, Share, Favorite, +1 and Heart the episode depending on what social medias you’re actively a part of.
See you again in 2 weeks,