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Best Academyawards podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Academyawards podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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'And the Losers Are' is a podcast where three failing screenwriters discuss Oscar nominated and prominent films, while drinking enough alcohol to make this seem like a good idea. Each season takes a look at a decade of film. In each episode we discuss each year's Best Picture nominees, as well as five movies that didn't quite make it, before deciding our winners and losers. If films, political incorrectness, foul humor, and excessive drinking is your thing, this is the podcast for you.
 
Not Her Again is the movie podcast where we look at those Oscar years where Meryl Streep was nominated for an Oscar… but went home emptyhanded. All 17 of them (and counting? Probably? Who knows?). Looking at Meryl’s record number of losses will take us from Hollywood in the late ’70s to today, and we’ll see how things have changed, how things haven’t, who should have won, what films were overlooked or overpraised, and why this woman’s attendance is damn near perfect when she loses 85 percent ...
 
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Rob Paulsen is an Emmy Award-winning voice actor, singer, and writer. Notable characters he has voiced throughout his extensive career include Raphael on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yakko on Animaniacs, Pinky from Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain, Carl Wheezer from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, and Spike in The Land Before Time films and televisio…
 
Screenwriter Bettina Gilois, who was interviewed on the show in July of last year, passed away on July 5 at the age of 58. She was an immensely talented screenwriter, as well as a professor of screenwriting at Chapman University. She was also the mother of two brilliant children. As a tribute to Bettina, we are replaying her episode from last July.…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 64: The Life of Emile Zola (1937) Released 1 July 2020 For this episode, we watched The Life of Emile Zola, written by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg (won), directed by William Dieterle (nominated) and starring Paul Muni (nominated), Gloria Holden, Gale Sondergaa…
 
RECAP: Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from last week's chat with Meredith O'Connor. Bryan hits Jason with an MTV trivia question. Bryan talks about his latest read (Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert) and how that may influence his selection of future guests. Bryan and Jason preview next week's interview with voice actor Rob Paulsen.…
 
Meredith O’Connor is a pop star, anti-bullying activist, and international spokesperson on mental health awareness. Her hit song Celebrity went viral on YouTube in 2013, with more than 2 million views, followed up by The Game, about bullying. This led to a world tour, being featured on Radio Disney and Teen Nick, and eventually an invitation to the…
 
We're deep in the spinster phase of Katharine Hepburn's career at this point. Hot off the heels of her work in 1951's The African Queen, Hepburn was back in a major way in David Lean's Summertime, a quiet masterpiece about a woman who goes on a trip to Venice and finds love, or something like it, along the way. Join Michael (@mjdomanico) and specia…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and special guest Deborah Frances-White Episode 63: Out of Africa (1985) Released 17 June 2020 For this episode, we watched Out of Africa, written by Kurt Luedtke (won) based on the books Out of Africa, Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Story Teller and Silence Will Speak. It was directed by Sydney …
 
Bryan and Jason recap last week's interview with IndieFlix CEO Scilla Andreen, express their support for the Black Lives Matter protesters, and discuss the new Jeffrey Epstein documentary. Bryan talks about a Bob Dylan song that he's attempting to deconstruct - Simple Twist of Fate by Bob Dylan. Jason and Bryan preview next week's interview with po…
 
Scilla Andreen is an award-winning filmmaker, producer, director, and Emmy-nominated costume designer (The Wonder Years). She is also the CEO and Co-Founder of Indieflix, a global entertainment screening and subscription streaming service based in Seattle. IndieFlix produces and distributes social impact films and series to create positive change i…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 62: Amadeus (1984) Released 3 June 2020 For this episode, we watched Amadeus, written by Peter Shaffer (won), based on his play. It was directed by Milos Forman (won). It starred Tom Hulce (nominated), F Murray Abraham (won), Elizabeth Berridge, Roy Dotrice, Simon Callow and Jeffrey…
 
In light of recent events in Minneapolis and throughout the country, and out of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, our regularly-scheduled interview has been postponed until next week. This week we plan to pause, listen, reflect on how we can unify as a nation, and elevate black voices. One such voice is that of Michael Santiago Rende…
 
Two women who skyrocketed to fame in the 1930s are back in the mix at the 24th Academy Awards. Katharine Hepburn starred alongside Humphrey Bogart in the action-adventure movie The African Queen, while Vivien Leigh was back with the film adaptation of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. Join Michael (@mjdomanico) and Walter (@walthickey) …
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 61: The Deer Hunter (1978) Released 20 May 2020 For this episode, we watched The Deer Hunter, written Deric Washburn, Michael Cimino, Louis Garfinkle, Quinn K. Redeker and directed by Cimino. It stars Robert De Niro, John Cazale, John Savage, Meryl Streep and Christopher Walken. The…
 
Bob Sáenz is an actor and screenwriter known for Extracurricular Activities (2019)(now streaming on Amazon Prime), The Right Girl (2015), and Help for the Holidays (2012). He is also the author of the 2019 book That’s Not The Way It Works: A no-nonsense guide to the craft and business of screenwriting. What you will learn: How Bob broke into televi…
 
It's Woman of the Year and Mrs. Miniver this week on Not Her Again! One of these movies came out in early 1942, and the other at the end of the year — you can probably guess which is which based on the plots of the movies. Join Michael (@mjdomanico) and Walter (@walthickey) as we talk about the first Hepburn-Tracy pairing, Greer Garson's marriage t…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and special guest Tish Potter Episode 60.5: Citizen Kane (1941) Released 13 May 2020 For this episode, we watched Citizen Kane, written by Herman J Mankiewicz and Orson Welles, directed by Welles and starring Welles, Joseph Cotton, Dorothy Comingore, Everett Sloane, Ray Collins, George Coulour…
 
Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from the Nick Cassavetes episode, what it's like turning 50, what life was like in 1970 (the year of Jason's birth), and preview next week's episode with screenwriter and actor Bob Sáenz, author of the book That's Not The Way It Works: a no-nonsense guide to the craft and business of screenwriting.…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 60: How Green Was My Valley (1941) Released 6 May 2020 For this episode, we watched How Green Was My Valley, written by Philip Dunne, from the novel by Richard Llewellyn and directed by John Ford who won his third Best Director Oscar for it. It starred Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O’Hara…
 
Nick Cassavetes is an actor, screenwriter, and director. The son of independent film pioneer John Cassavetes and Academy Award-nominated actress Gena Rowlands, Nick started his career as an actor but eventually settled into screenwriting and directing. He wrote the screenplay for the 2001 biopic Blow starring Johnny Depp, directed The Notebook star…
 
It was the battle of the faux Philadelphians with Katharine Hepburn in The Philadelphia Story and Ginger Rogers in Kitty Foyle. Why were the 13th Academy Awards so dominated by America's third-most prominent second city? Why is Ginger Rogers talking like that? And why was Joan Fontaine's mother so passive aggressive? Well, we might not have all the…
 
Bryan and Jason discuss: Last week's interview with David Frangioni. How they are coping as the pandemic drags on. The loss of folk/country music songwriting legend John Prine. Bryan's childhood trauma of being rejected by "Company 7" (an arts program in elementary school); and Next week's interview with film director Nick Cassavetes, who directed …
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 59: Oliver! (1968) Released 22 April 2020 For this episode, we watched Oliver! the movie version of the Lionel Bart stage musical directed by Carol Reed, based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. The screenplay was by Vernon Harris and it won five Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director…
 
David Frangioni is a professional drummer, music technologist, magazine publisher, author of three books, designer of custom recording studios, and philanthropist. David has been the music technologist for Aerosmith for over 30 years and has worked with acts like The Rolling Stones, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Sting, Journey, Styx, Kiss, Ozzie Osborne…
 
Hear Gold Derby editors track the top Emmy races: Can "Schitt's Creek" really beat presumed frontrunner "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" for Best Comedy Series? How will "Mrs. America" and double Oscar champ Cate Blanchett fare in those jam-packed mini/movie categories? Latest predictions by Tom O'Neil, Daniel Montgomery, Susan Wloszczyna and Marcus James D…
 
New theme music, same us. This season we're covering the career of Katharine Hepburn, considered one of the twentieth century's acting legends. We'll be looking back on Hepburn's twelve Oscar nominations, and today we're starting with her first nomination, for 1933's Morning Glory. Hepburn won the Oscar but, in typical Hepburn fashion, was not arou…
 
Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from the eight interviews recorded at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City this year. They also talk about the challenges of podcasting during a global pandemic and preview next week's episode with the Modern Drummer publicist David Frangioni, who has served as Aerosmith's music technologist for over 30 years.…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky with special guest Kobi Omenaka Episode 58: Green Book (2018) Released 8 April 2020 For this episode, we watched Green Book, written by Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly and directed by Farrelly. It stars Vigo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali who won Best Supporting Actor. Apart …
 
Natalie Johns is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker. In 2007 she founded Dig For Fire, a studio capturing inspired music stories and live experiences. Commercial clients included Nike, iTunes, Coca Cola, Spotify, Amnesty International, and Rock the Vote. Johns has collaborated with Bono, Sam Smith, Childish Gambino, Solange, John Legend, and Gil Scott Her…
 
Brian Knappenberger is a documentary filmmaker. His film Church and the Fourth Estate, about a sexual abuse scandal in Idaho that rocked the Boy Scouts of America and the Mormon Church, premiered at Sundance this year and. Joining Brian on this interview is the subject of the film, Adam Steed. Adam was one of the first sexual abuse survivors to rep…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky. Episode 57: The Apartment (1960) Released 25 March 2020 For this episode, we watched The Apartment, written by Billy Wilder and IAL Diamond (won), directed by Wilder (won) and starring Jack Lemmon (nominated), Shirley MacLaine (nominated), Fred MacMurray, Ray Walston, Jack Kruschen (nomina…
 
Florentine Grelier is a filmmaker from Paris who specializes in animation. Her animated short My Jukebox premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. My Jukebox explores the relationship between Florentine and her father (who sells and repairs Jukeboxes at the famous “Le Puz” Flea Market in Paris) through the metaphor of a juke-box, using multiple…
 
Kristian Zuniga is a cinematographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Kristian has shot commercials for Coachella, Adidas, and Proctor and Gamble. He has also shot music videos for Ed Sheeran, featuring Chance the Rapper, and Drake. His latest feature film, Beast Beast, premiered at Sundance this year. Directed by Danny Madden and Produced by Alec Baldwi…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky. Episode 56: Cavalcade (1933) Released 11 March 2020 For this episode, we watched Cavalcade, adapted from the Noel Coward play by Reginald Berkeley and directed by Frank Lloyd (won). It starred Diana Wynyard (nominated), Clive Brook, Una O'Connor, Herbert Mundin and it was also nominated fo…
 
Who'll win TV's biggest battles over the 2020 Emmys? 'Succession' v. 'The Crown,' 'Schitt's Creek' v. 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.' Can Jennifer Aniston ('Morning Show') repeat her recent SAG Awards win. Listen to the gutsy predictions by Tom O'Neil, Joyce Eng, Daniel Montgomery, Zach Laws and Susan Wloszczyna.…
 
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