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Rogue Auteurs podcasts feature the latest on movies, including reviews of the newest films; discussions of film genres, actors, and directors; and editorial pieces on the state of the movie and pop culture world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-durham8/support
 
You Must Remember This is a storytelling podcast exploring the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. It’s the brainchild and passion project of Karina Longworth (founder of Cinematical.com, former film critic for LA Weekly), who writes, narrates, records and edits each episode. It is a heavily-researched work of creative nonfiction: navigating through conflicting reports, mythology, and institutionalized spin, Karina tries to sort out what really happened behind the ...
 
With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Was the name signed to the world's most famous plays and poems a pseudonym? Was the man from Stratford that history attributed the work to even capable of writing them? Who was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, and is there any chance he was the actual author of those legendary works? Who WAS the writer behind the pen name "William Shakespeare?" Join Steven Sabel of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship as he and his fellow Oxfordians set out to answer all of those questions and many more on ...
 
Join the intrepid trio of Josh, Michael and John as we explore the history of film from the silent era through today’s releases, and from Hollywood to the far reaches of world cinema. Through lively discussion and occasional argument, these three old friends will take the listener on a highly opinionated tour of some of the more obscure recesses of film studies. If, as Alfred Hitchcock was fond of saying, film is life with the boring bits left out, then Vintage Sand will be film study with t ...
 
Play Your Part is a culture variety show. It's essentially whatever host Jacob Wilson wants it to be. This includes: talk about random news in culture, unnecessary dissections of pop culture, public radio-esque stories of global culture and history, and the origins of random things that you never think about. This wide variety of topics reflect the interests of the host which are always changing and always specific.
 
The Playlist is the obsessives' guide to cinema via film news, reviews, movie music, soundtracks, DVDs and more. The Playlist podcast is a chance for our readers to listen in to all the chatter happening around The Playlist water cooler. Editor and occasional contributor Erik McClanahan will be your host, and we hope to feature all members of our staff on shows to come.
 
That's Another Podcast is a film podcast series that immerses itself within the world of cinema. The three hosts; Oscar Robles, Anthony King, and Kyle Davenport discuss each week new things happening in the film industry and share their personal life along with their experiences working on different film projects and other media entertainment.
 
Storytellers presented by BlogTalkRadio, features interviews with the greatest storytellers of our time from radio, film, literature, music and more. The program is hosted by Eric Olsen of America’s Most Haunted (@amhaunted) and Chitra Agrawal (@abcdsofcooking), BlogTalkRadio’s own Director of Marketing.
 
In each episode, Producer Michael Hall dives into filmmaking and production terminology to help you understand how best to apply to your project. He also shares tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve to help make your project the best it can be. In each episode. Michael explores why having a good filmmaking vocabulary can help you make your filmmaking dreams come true. As Robert Kiyosaki said, "In school, lawyers learn the vocabulary of law, medical doctors learn the vocabulary of ...
 
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When the tense marriage drama THE NEST debuted earlier this year at Sundance, there was understandable excitement about the return of director Sean Durkin, who hadn't directed a feature since 2011's "Martha Marcy May Marlene" (a Filmspotting Golden Brick nominee). Durkin doesn't disappoint in his return, giving his movie a pervasive sense of unsett…
 
Bjorn attempts to secure passage off the planet from a cocky and egotistical pilot, and Trinn just wants a drink, but the Empire have different plans for our heroes... Music Purchased and Obtained from AudioJungle.com / Envato Market & Incompetech Music throughout the episode:Synth Wave (Composed by BlackSeaMusic)Twisting (Kevin MacleodMarch of the…
 
Deathly Hallows chapter 15. On this powerful mega-episode, we immerse ourselves in an Audio Experience, watch the Snyder Cut trailer, check in on JK Rowling's favorite new Epic Win Gentleman twitter guys--and that's all before we get to the chapter! This week's camping adventure sees Ron going Boromir Mode, so naturally we talk about Lord of the Ri…
 
Josh is joined by film blogger Alexandria Daniels and guest of the It Pod to Be You and We Cut Heads podcasts for a conversation about the Criterion Channel’s new and expiring titles for the month of September. Plus, Michael Hutchins stops by to discuss films that make a rare return appearance on the channel. Episode Links The Criterion Channel The…
 
Deathly Hallows chapter 18. We discuss *inhales* the Vancouver billboard funded by hateful people riding a hateful billionaire's coattails, the initial Troubled Blood review that got things kicking off this week, the continued Troubled Blood reviews from The Guardian that revealed how it's actually WORSE than the initial review made it sound, the p…
 
Surprise! Here's our mega-length news segment for this week, hot and fresh. Didn't seem fair to make people pay up to hear it early. We discuss *inhales* the Vancouver billboard, the initial Troubled Blood review that got things kicking off this week, the continued Troubled Blood reviews from The Guardian (very helpful, thanks!), the apparent pile …
 
Dr. Earl Showerman returns to join host Steven Sabel to highlight the details of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship's virtual online Shakespeare Authorship Symposium scheduled for Oct. 2-3, 2020. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandise at www.dontquillthepodcast.com Presented by the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship…
 
On episode 210 of CriterionCast, Jordan Essoe is joined by Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Arik Devens to discuss Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1961 film L’eclisse. Using the architecture of Rome as a backdrop for the doomed affair, Antonioni achieves the apotheosis of his style in this return to the theme that preoccupied him the most: the difficulty o…
 
Deathly Hallows chapter 17. Oh my god, an actually good chapter? It sounds too good to be true, but we had a blast reading this oddly self-contained story that starts as a spooky horror movie and ends with an outrageous and strangely endearing Voldemort sequence. We also learn all about The Butterbeer Bosses, engage with a listicle trying its best …
 
Josh is joined by Matin Kessler of the Flixwise and Flixwise Canada podcasts for a followup to their conversation on Czech cinema, this time discussion Czech and Eastern European films on other streaming services. Episode Links The Criterion Channel Club Facebook Group The Painted Bird, Directed by Václav Marhoul | VOD Sworn Virgin, Directed by Lau…
 
When Ennio Morricone passed away back in July at 91, Adam and Josh were quick to commit to a Top 5 Scores from the master film composer. From his early iconic work on Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns to Oscar-nominated collaborations with Terrence Malick, Brian De Palma and Quentin Tarantino, Morricone's best work reflects the astonishing breadth …
 
Josh is joined by Martin Kessler of the Flixwise and Flixwise Canada podcasts to discuss Czech Cinema from the Criterion Channel’s permanent streaming library. Plus, Andrew F. Peirce of The Curb stops by to talk about entry points to the Australian New Wave. Episode Links The Criterion Channel The Criterion Channel Club Facebook Group Michael Hutch…
 
Trevor Berrett and David Blakeslee are pleased to present Inside the Box, a podcast series that explores the riches in the various box sets released by The Criterion Collection. In this episode, they discuss The Apu Trilogy, which contains Pather Panchali, Aparajito, and Apur Sansar. Two decades after its original negatives were burned in a fire, S…
 
Brighton and Yates discuss the third Taylor Sheridan film, 'Wind River.' A challenging story that focuses on issues like the murder of Native American + Indigenous women, systemic racism and the failures of the criminal justice system. Plus, they briefly discuss Jeremy Renner's side-job from acting. (CONTENT WARNING: This episode discusses depictio…
 
Deathly Hallows chapter 16. We have a heaping helping of news to catch up on, including some Fantastic Beasts production news that sends us down a rabbit hole of cursed movie plot and casting speculation. Our chapter this week is strange, combining some irritating worldbuilding and plot problems with a surprisingly affecting personal drama that end…
 
Welcome to the first installment of “Legacy of the Frontier”, an entirely original Star Wars Adventure! Our heroes have a meeting with destiny as their paths collide under unique circumstances... Music Purchased and Obtained from AudioJungle.com / Envato MarketMusic throughout the episode:Synth Wave (Composed by BlackSeaMusic)Epic Fantastic Trailer…
 
Christopher Nolan's TENET. The film that inspired our recent Nolan Oeuvre-view - the film that the entire movie theater industry has been resting its hopes on - was bound to disappoint some. Unfortunately, some of those disappointed moviegoers include Adam and Josh, who both found Nolan's film to be more style than substance. But there is considera…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. Each episode of this third season of the podcast features conversations with a variety of guests offering insights on movies that originally premiered in 1971 and were destined t…
 
Dr. Roger Stritmatter, full professor of humanities at Coppin State University and leading Oxfordian, returns to the series to discuss dealing with the Oxfraudsters and other Stratfordian orthodox communities who can react with virulence against the Shakespeare Authorship Question. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger m…
 
Taylor Sheridan's second feature film gets put under the microscope, as Yates and Brighton examine what makes the 2016 Neo-western 'Hell or High Water' so memorable. Although Yates can't remember the main characters' names despite loving the movie. But that's a separate story. Tune in for Yates' Press Conference and a discussion about how attractiv…
 
Michael Hutchins joins Aaron to catch up on the biggest Criterion news of the last month or so. We cover the November Criterion announcements in detail including the new Fellini Box Set. We also cover the October announcements in somewhat less detail but we dig into big releases like Parasite. We also react to the beautiful Agnes Varda set. Episode…
 
Team Vintage Sand is composed of three middle-aged cisgender White males who happen to be old friends and happen to have a passion for Film. In spite of these boundaries of perspective, however, we could not let this moment of social activism and (hopefully)progress go unnoted. Because perhaps more than any other cultural institution, Hollywood's t…
 
Adam and Josh have no disagreement about the charismatic powers of THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD star Dev Patel—but they do butt heads over the effectiveness of director Armando Iannucci's farcical and fast-paced take on the Dickens novel. That review, plus the second film in the Overlooked Auteurs Marathon: Czech New Wave pioneer Vera …
 
Deathly Hallows chapter 14. It's the beginning of the god damn camping sequence, but that's okay: we've got a rowdy news segment and a pepe-silvia conspiracy to weave about the original chapter order of this book to spice things up! Plus, our continued adventures on Reddit as we shore up our karma stocks as we prepare to select a House to apply to.…
 
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