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New Streaming Films

Theatrical Poster: Spaceman (Film)|Distributed By: Netflix/ Theatrical Poster: Shirley (Film) | Distributed By: Netflix

Streaming services continue to be fertile ground for all sorts of films that used to get theatrical release and two new films on Netflix are a perfect example. Join Host Charles Horak as he welcomes fellow film critic Felipa Solis to discuss “Shirley” and “Spaceman” on this edition of On Film.

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Originally aired on March 30, 2024

Charles Horak didn't sleep much as a child, preferring instead to watch movies on late night TV. Not much has changed since then, except that he now shares his life-long passion for movies with others. Horak's association with On Film began in the summer of 2002 when he was interviewed by the show's originator, Cynthia Haines. In the summer of 2005, Horak took over for Haines as host of the show.
Sam Cassiano is a native Californian who spent his formative years in the Bay Area. An army brat, his family toured Germany and Japan before settling in El Paso in 1973. Initially a Communications Major at UTEP, a radio internship at KPAS-FM 94, the PASS launched his broadcasting career. He can be heard as the morning news anchor on KTEP during NPR's Morning Edition, and Friday evenings at 10 pm as the host of Friday Night Blues.
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