Mary Kerr, UK, 2012.
Directed by: Mary Kerr
Script: Mary Kerr
Producer: Paul Fischer
Production company: Ten Cent Adventures
Editing: Gary Forrester
Music: Cody Westheimer, Julia Newmann
Format: video
Running time: 70'

Radioman is a documentary telling the story of an extraordinary eccentric, a former homeless man whose unparalleled obsession with movies has taken him from sleeping on the streets to becoming a New York City movie legend with over 100 small parts in films to his name. Now in his early 60s, Radioman (as he is called due to the trademark boombox radio he hangs around his neck) spends his days and nights cycling around the city from one film set to another, hanging out with the cast and crew between takes. The stars, filmmakers, and crew are the closest thing Radioman has to a family, and Radio has gone from being perpetually drunk, sleeping under trains in Penn Station and even once being thrown into Bellevue by the police, to counting amongst his friends celebrities such as George Clooney, Whoopi Goldberg, and Robin Williams. Radioman is the rags to (no) riches story of a human being full of dreams and contradictions, and of a life full of missed opportunities and unexpected blessings. It’s an ode to the magic of the movies – and to the power of imagination.

Awards and Festivals
Hot Docs 2012
Krakow International Film Festival 2012
EBS International Documentary Festival 2012

Directors Biography
Mary Kerr is a young British filmmaker. She attended Edinburgh University before studying film at Columbia University and the New York Film Academy in New York City. Having worked at Miramax Films, she spent years working as a casting assistant on such films as King Arthur, Derailed, and Tristan & Isolde. She has since directed the short film Gone. Radioman is her first feature as well as her first documentary.

Location and screening schedule:
GRIČ CINEMA, Wednesday, October 17th at 10.00
GRIČ CINEMA, Wednesday, October 17th at 20.00
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