Joe Frank: Somewhere Out There (2018)

| Documentary, Biography, Music
JOE FRANK - SOMEWHERE OUT THERE is a feature length film that explores the life of award-winning audio artist Joe Frank whose innovative work and career on radio has spanned four decades.

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D.P. Carlson
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Status: Completed | See complete list of  »
Updated: 27 October 2017
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joe Frank Joe Frank ... Himself
Harry Shearer ... Himself
Ira Glass ... Himself
David Cross ... Himself
Grace Zabriskie ... Herself
Alexander Payne ... Himself
Larry Block Larry Block ... Himself
Debi Mae West Debi Mae West ... Herself
Ryan Cutrona ... Himself
Terry Kinney ... Himself
Timothy Jerome Timothy Jerome ... Himself
Laura Esterman Laura Esterman ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristine Mckenna Kristine Mckenna ... Herself
Theo Mondle ... Himself
Paul Rachman ... Himself
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JOE FRANK - SOMEWHERE OUT THERE is a feature length film that explores the life of award-winning audio artist Joe Frank whose innovative work and career on radio has spanned four decades.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Film Foetus Inc. See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Didn't enjoy it as much as i wanted to
18 August 2019 | by bendi36See all my reviews

I'm a huge joe frank fan. I drive around in melbourne australia with a joe frank bumper sticker hoping one day someone will say hey i love joe frank too and we will spend the next few hours in a pub talking about our favourite stories.

I had high hopes for this. I saw it playing out two different ways: An introductory doco for those with no knowledge of joe. Or a detailed biography of joe's life. The film was a mix of both, a luke warmish introduction with those close to him disclosing little facets of his life here and there. I didn't feel like I knew anything more about Joe after watching it. It was more about how his wife and friends felt about him.

His peers such as david cross and ira glass paying tribute was good. The best parts of the film were when they just played joe snippets. I much preferred the radiolab tribute to him, was a better balance and let segments of Joe's work play out longer. I would have been happy for a 2 hour celebration of his work, adding actors and scenery to accompany the audio.

This was always going to be a difficult project, how to represent a man and his works that transcend visual medium. I do want to add that even though my review isn't painting a stellar picture I'm still grateful for the feature.


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