Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Here it is: our first episode recorded on location in Los Angeles, CA with composer/cinematographer/producer/the list goes on and on…
Mr. W. Scott Prestwood.
Please listen in for fun insights on the significance of Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind and its connections with George Lucas’s Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.
Special thanks to Scott for not only being our guest, but allowing us to record in his studio, providing all the fine music in this episode and completing the final mix.
Two corrections to note:
In this episode, I incorrectly referenced Jaws being shot on location in Nantucket. I meant to say Martha’s Vineyard. I’m sure the folks on Martha's Vineyard that had to put up the shenanigans of Spielberg and his crew would want credit for doing so.
Secondly, I said the release date of the original Nosferatu is 1928. Actually, it is 1922. Must have been the jet lag talking. At any rate, hope you can overlook these two errors and enjoy DSW episode #10!