An Unstreamable discussion hosted by Chase Burns and Jas Keimig
Navigating streaming services can be treacherous. Whether it’s Max removing original content like Minx or the weird unavailability of classic movies like All That Jazz, the dream of unending media libraries that corporate streamers like Netflix have sold us has been a big fat lie. In this discussion based on their Scarecrow column, writers and film nerds Chase Burns and Jas Keimig will talk in-depth about how four movies — Crossroads (2002), The Brave Little Toaster (1987), Super Mario Bros (1993), and Heavenly Creatures (1994) — became unstreamable and why physical media matters.
Admission is free. Registration is required: bit.ly/svzeitgeist