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Tim Sika, President of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, and host of San Jose public radio’s (KSJS) “Celluloid Dreams" program interviewed Battle for Brooklyn director Michael Galinsky. The interview was broadcast on January 16 and runs just over 24 minutes. In the wide-ranging interview Michael and Tim discuss the origins and making of the film, the relevance of the film to the Occupy movement, local (San Jose and Santa Clara) stadium battles, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” the meaning of Daniel Goldstein’s resistance to Atlantic Yards and beyond, and more.
(Interview is also here, starting at 2:10, ending at 26:36.)

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