I said this is NUTS, and he agreed.
Produced for the 2010 TCF ShortDocs Challenge: Book Odds. Note! A Cold Freezin Night (for Doomed Lovers) was one of just four submissions selected as a 2010 Third Coast ShortDoc.
Andrea Silenzi produces Central Standard on KCUR in Kansas City and Seven Second Delay for WFMU in New Jersey, on which she once set the world record for most guests interviewed during an hour-long radio show. She has produced for WNYC, PRI's Studio 360, Third Coast's Filmless Festival, Transom, and WFMU's Too Much Information. She is a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and Wesleyan University.
Book Odds invited anyone/everyone to produce a short audio work inspired by (and named after) song titles from The Books' record The Way Out, and including samples from their library of musical bits, strange phrases and sonic doodads. Read more about and listen to other Book Odds submissions.
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