On Feeling Seen, writer and general enthusiast Jordan Crucchiola invites filmmakers, writers, comedians, and artists to discuss the movie characters that made them "feel seen." It's about that instant when a person connects to a piece of art so deeply that they see themselves reflected in it. Every week Jordan gabs it up with a guest about those magical moments when they were watching a film and realized, "That's me!" It's an informative, funny, and comforting show about our intimate relationship with movies, the impact they have on our lives, and how they influence our art.
Stephen Tobolowsky on 'It's a Wonderful Life' & 'Bride of Frankenstein'
George Bailey, Frankenstein's Monster, and the hidden blessing of catastrophe
Rahul Kohli on 'The Karate Kid' [Replay]
The FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER star saw himself in little Ralph Macchio and his exploits as Daniel
Steffan Alun on '13 Going on 30'
When you're two parts 13 year old girl masquerading as an adult, one part her gay boss
Roxana Hadadi on 'Pump Up the Volume'
That Gen X angst hits different when it's coming from teenage Christian Slater
Rusty Cundieff on 'Cooley High'
Celebrating our 100th episode with a directing legend!
Malachi Moore on 'Get Out'
Daniel Kaluuya's Chris Washington is anxious, empathetic, vulnerable...and the main character.
A wonderful way to explore movies.
A total delight
Jordan Crucchiola is delightful to listen to— whipsmart, thoughtful and exuding positivity. She gets the best guests— often from something I’ve just seen or have been dying to see (e.g. Mariama Diallo, director of MASTER; Jasmin Savoy Brown, one of the stars of YELLOWJACKETS; Isabelle Fuhrman, star of THE NOVICE) and eagerly explores with them a piece of art that made them feel seen. I look forward to this podcast and always learn something!
Really cool concept
Let your guests talkkkkkkkkkkk. Pleaseeeeee. Your questions are too long. I don’t care how many worlds you know. I’ll still listen because there are moments that are 💯 delightful! And Jordan can be a good host with really good questions! But for the love of anything please start to let your guests talk. On a recent episode they said how they run Q and A’s better. Do you?! Or do you like your essay length talking points??