Eric Stoltz Remembers Quentin Tarantino, John Hughes & Cameron Crowe on Tom Needham’s The Sounds of Film

Actor, director and producer, Eric Stoltz, shares stories about ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Mask,’ and his new film ‘Class Rank’ this Thursday on Tom Needham’s ‘The Sounds of Film.’

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John Travolta and Eric Stoltz in Miramax’s ‘Pulp Fiction.’

Photo by: The Sounds of Film

Stony Brook, NY - May 16, 2018 - Eric Stoltz, the star of countless Hollywood films, will join Tom Needham this Thursday at 6 P.M. on WUSB’s ‘The Sounds of Film.’ Stoltz, the director of the new teen comedy “Class Rank,’ will be discussing his career as a director and popular actor.
Golden Globe Nominee Eric Stoltz is internationally known for his wide range of acting roles. He rose to fame starring in the biographical drama ‘Mask.’ Through the years, he acted in a wide variety of mainstream and independent films including ‘Some Kind of Wonderful,’ ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Killing Zoe,’ ‘Kicking and Screaming,’ ‘Jerry Maguire,’ ‘Singles,’ and ‘The House of Mirth.’
In recent years, Eric Stoltz has also earned a reputation as a talented director.  He has built up an impressive directing resume consisting of film shorts, television series and feature films. Some of his best known work on TV shows includes the shows ‘Glee,’ ‘Madam Secretary,’ ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ and ‘Caprica.’

Olivia Holt and Kristin Chenoweth in Eric Stoltz’ ‘Class Rank.’ Photo Credit: The Sounds of Film 
Stoltz’s ‘Class Rank’ is a quirky teen comedy about two teens’ efforts to run for the local school board in order to eliminate the student ranking system in their school. The film stars Disney Channel’s Olivia Holt, Skyler Gisondro, Kristen Chenoweth, and Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern.
About the Sounds of Film
‘The Sounds of Film’ is the nation’s longest running film and music themed radio show. For the past 30 years, the program has delivered a popular mix of interviews and music to listeners all over Long Island, parts of Connecticut and streaming live worldwide on the internet. Previous interviewees include Alec Baldwin, director Alexander Payne, director Hal Hartley, William H. Macy, Don McLean, Dionne Warwick, Wallace Shawn, and Grace Van Patten.