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Best Film Adaptations podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Film Adaptations podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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On This Film is Lit we finally settle the score on one simple question… Is the book really better than the movie? Bryan has a film degree. He watches the movie but doesn't read the book. Katie has two English degrees, so she does things the right way and reads the book before we watch the movie. Prepare to be wowed by our expertise and charm as we dissect all of your favorite film adaptations and decide whether the silver-screen or the written word did it better. Turn it up, settle in, and g ...
 
It is a truth universally acknowledged that two women obsessed with Jane Austen will inevitably start a podcast about it. Join Annie and Jessie - two women of the modern era, general book lovers and internet nerds - as they dive into the books, the adaptations and all the other inspired works of the woman whose brand remains strong to this day. From Sense & Sensibility to Clueless, we're tackling them all!
 
You've re-read this book a thousand times. You've memorized every panel of this graphic novel. You know every line and lyric from this anime, TV series, or musical. Only one question remains: What would happen if it was made into a movie?Skye Thorleifson presents 'Adaptational', a discussion of every facet of the adaptation process. Each episode introduces a new story that has yet to be made into a film, and asks: What if it was given a chance on the big screen? Could it be adapted to film? ...
 
Film Philosophy is a project that was always something needing to be started. To engage with the film community and create something that we can all share. Sam Mascaro and myself; Alex Martinez , are setting out to do the unthinkable. A podcast, that is directly influenced by the audience, what you want to see, when you want to see it. We not only plan to do the show but would also love to do many other events. So stay tuned Philosophers, and enjoy!
 
Switchblade Sisters is a new podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!
 
NOIR TALK is a podcast devoted to discussing the Film Noir Foundation. It is the foundation’s mission to find and preserve noir films in danger of deterioration, damage or loss, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations.The views and opinions of guests do not necessarily reflect those of the Film Noir Foundation, or its directors and advisors.
 
How do we understand the places we visit (and even the places we’ve never been)? As a shorthand, we use agreed-upon touchstones - famous places, famous people famous foods, and, of course, dreams. Dreamed-up people and dreamed-up places and dreamed-up things. This podcast looks at a culture's icons - real and imagined - to see what they say about the culture itself, as well as the outsiders who've elevated those icons above all others.
 
Book Vs. Movie is the podcast that ponders the question: "Which was better...the book or the movie?" We spoil away the details, uncover the plot points, discuss casting choices and shower with praise (or pummel with snark) as we see fit. Hosts are Margo P. (She's Nacho Mama's Blog) and Margo D. (Creator of Brooklyn Fit Chick.com) and we are not afraid to tell it like it is!
 
That Anime Show creator Terri Doty is back with Obscure Chatter! It’s a show made with the movie-lover within all of us in mind! She’s minimizing the inevitable groans associated with personal film bias. In the style of normal audio commentary tracks, Terri edits out mentions of key factors while talking about a plethora of topics during a film’s run time. You don’t want to miss out!
 
In which the CenterForLit staff embarks on a quest to discover the Great Ideas of literature in books of every description: ancient classics to fresh bestsellers; epic poems to bedtime stories. This podcast is a production of The Center for Literary Education and is a reading companion for teachers, homeschoolers, and readers of all stripes.
 
Every week, Nate, Ben, ad Eric, with the occasional special guest, talk movies and entertainment news, and then play a series of movie-related games, including the central game, The Pitch, wherein our heroes take a concept and try and turn it into a working movie. Most of the time the podcasts will just descend into girlish laughter.Other reoccurring games include Defend Yourself, where one person must defend their enjoyment of an indefensible movie, Sequel-ize It, Porno-ize It, Recast It, G ...
 
Best buds George Service and Matthew Wright dive head first into the illustrious career of legendary actor Nicholas Cage. Each week for a whole year the boys will watch and review in chronological order the films of Nick Cage with the sole purpose of answering the question: 'Nicholas Cage, good or bad?' A film review and a life lesson at the same time. What more could you ask for?
 
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Burns Fellowship at a series of events in Dunedin (September 2018)For the anniversary, we partnered with a number of organizations, including the Dunedin Readers and Writers Festival, the New Zealand Young Writers Festival, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society, the Dunedin City of Literature, the University Bookshop, and Continuing Education, Special Collections, and the Hocken Library at the University of Otago, and O ...
 
Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) and Matthew Monagle (@LabSplice) dismantle board games that have been adapted from source material in the worlds of film, TV, and video games. Who gets it right? Who gets it wrong? Who gets it weird? Come find out. Edited by @theblacknerd, art by @DocCrog, and music by Denver's SPELLS.
 
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Adaptations! They happen. You love a comic book or a video game or a song or a twitter thread and next thing you know Hollywood has gotten it's mitts on it and it's headed for the silver screen, baby! Today on Adult Films with Collin and Ron, the first ever podcast, tha boyz are joined by comedian and podcaster Brandon Kirkman to talk all about tim…
 
Left to their own devices, Adam and Ian sit down to rip Netflix a new one and chat about what makes a good film adaptation. What follows is not necessarily endorsed by the rest of the CenterForLit crew… Support the podcast by shopping BiblioFiles! Referenced Works: – Henry V by William Shakespare –The King (2019), directed by David Michôd – The Hol…
 
The right to a private life away from the glare of the media. The case of French politician Benjamin Griveaux has put this issue in the headlines. Griveaux, a close political ally of President Emmanuel Macron, pulled out of the race to be Paris Mayor after an sex tape was circulated on line, allegedly the candidate, masturbating, while messaging an…
 
Drone metal band Sunn O))), formed in Seattle in 1998, are fresh off touring two albums "Life Metal" and "Pyroclasts", which came out last year and led them to recently host a three-day residency at Paris's La Gaité Lyrique. We caught up with co-founder Stephen O'Malley to discuss the evolution of their niche sound which attracts all sorts of ears …
 
An engineer turned marshal, Vauban is one of the most famous names of 17th century France. His citadels with their signature forms played a crucial role in King Louis XIV's strategy to defend France. Vauban's work owes much to his native land, the Morvan. Here, his memory is still very much alive. FRANCE 24 takes you to discover the house where Vau…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Monday, 17.02.2020: We look at how the French papers are covering the Paris mayoral race, after former health minister Agnès Buzyn said she’ll take the place of Benjamin Griveaux, who quit over a sex tape scandal. We also talk about violence in Cameroon, after multiple attacks in recent days and an ongoing trial of government soldie…
 
Nearly 40 percent of the EU's budget ends up in farms, through the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which funds tens of billions of euros in subsidies. But now, the Commission is proposing new strategies to make farming more sustainable as part of its Green New Deal. Meanwhile, budget cuts are looming large. What's more, a recent New York Times in…
 
As the death toll from mass shootings in the United States continues to rise, several US states have recently passed gun control laws. These "red flag" laws allow police or family members to petition a judge to order the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present a danger to others or themselves. Colorado is the latest state to hav…
 
The largest flow of African migrants trying to escape to a better life in Europe is attempting to do so via one country: Libya. Although some arrive by choice, others come by force, and Libya is now described as a "purgatory" where migrants face appalling conditions, sexual abuse, torture and becoming the victims of human traffickers, before facing…
 
James and Zach are joined by hedgehog-enthusiast Zach to discuss the first live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film, chase down their picks for video games that should definitely be movies by now, and close out the show with a brand-new movie-mashup game. Links Follow Zach B. on Twitter. Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter James: Letterboxd – Twitte…
 
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are getting into the thick of their tournament to determine what the worst film of the 2010s was (excluding "A Serbian Film" and "InAPPropriate Comedy") and arguing eight match-ups over 16 very bad movies. The guys also recap the big Oscar winners and the shocking news of "Parasite" winning the top award, the first forei…
 
For the 52nd consecutive week, thousands of Algerians have taken to the streets to call for a complete overhaul of the ruling elite. It's been a year since the protest movement began. Also, the commission looking into the bloody attack on protesters in Sudan last year has finished gathering evidence from witnesses. More than a hundred people were k…
 
Benjamin Griveaux will not be standing in next month's Paris mayoral election. The president's chosen candidate has pulled out, condemning "ignoble attacks" against him, after a sex tape and other images were posted online. Opinion is divided over whether the married father of three has a right to a private life, a long-held French belief that's pr…
 
What a better subject for Valentine’s Day than Greta Gerwig’s recent adaptation of that classic story of love and sisterhood, Little Women. This story has long before now been a subject of some contention in the Andrews family. So today we sit down to discuss Louisa May Alcott’s high points, some of the bones we have to pick with her, and whether o…
 
For some, the vacation from hell is over. Cambodian leader Hun Sen welcomed passengers from the M-S Westerdam that set sail from Singapore on January 16. The coronavirus outbreak had Thailand and others refusing entry, despite there being no confirmed cases aboard. Meanwhile, the ordeal continues for most of the 3,700 aboard the Diamond Princess, q…
 
In this edition, we explore the tragic story of France's "stolen children". Between 1963 and 1982, more than 2,000 youngsters were taken from Reunion Island, in the Indian Ocean, to repopulate rural areas of mainland France. Some were orphans, but others had parents who signed release papers, not always understanding they would never see their chil…
 
In this edition, we report on the public outrage over the brutal murder of a young Mexican woman that has highlighted the extent of femicide in Mexico. Plus the latest figures from the World Economic Forum reveal that in terms of economic participation, the gender gap will take 257 years to close. We talk to economist, Anne Boring, on what steps go…
 
Every day, thousands of Ethiopians set off on foot on a desperate 2,000-kilometre trek in the hope of reaching Saudi Arabia. Their route takes them across the Djibouti desert, the Red Sea and Yemen, a country ravaged by civil war. Every year, hundreds die of exhaustion in the desert or drown while crossing the Gulf of Aden. Those who make it to Yem…
 
We return with our first episode of the New Year! Kicking off Geek Out James gives a glowing review of The Powder Mage Trilogy by Brian McClellan. He then dives into everything Star Wars related he's experienced in the past couple of months: from playing Jedi:Fallen Order to watching The Rise of Skywalker & The Mandalorian. Next Bryan describes a r…
 
Kenya has gone into mourning after the death of its longest-serving president. Daniel arap Moi led the country for over two decades from 1978. The 95-year-old left behind a complicated legacy. Also, the teachers of an Ivorian 13-year-old who died after stowing away on a plane last month warn his classmates against taking similar risks. And miners i…
 
We have the magnificent director Maggie Levin (Blumhouse’s Into the Dark: My Valentine, Miss 2059) on the show to discuss Joel Schumacher’s vampire-classic, The Lost Boys. Maggie and April chat about making genre films on a shoestring budget. Maggie takes us through the laborious and often entertaining process of the “name clearance phase” of filmm…
 
French economist Gabriel Zucman has chronicled the rise of inequality in the tax system in the United States, which has left the super-rich paying proportionally lower taxes than the poor. In his book "The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay", he lays out a model for a wealth tax to address this inequality. He ha…
 
In this podcast special, an episode from Questions: We Don't Have Answers is shared for the sake of a review of Birds of Prey (The Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn)! Join Don, Stella, Harrison Chute and Professor Carolyn Cocca as they discuss the modern era of women in the action genre, depictions of various characters, and where we go …
 
Zach and James rank and discuss their favorite 10 films of the last 10 years, and determine who was the most right about each other picks. Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Support the show on Patreon. REVEAL FULL LIST Zach Room Sing Street Phantom Thread La La Land Whiplash…
 
Guess who’s coming to dinner? Two new players enter the game, and they’re not going to make this easy. Please welcome Mr Collins and Mr Wickham. Surely they won’t be causing any trouble for Lizzy…. MENTIONS Kiley Reid’s Such a Fun Age:https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43923951-such-a-fun-age Abigail Hing Wen’s Loveboat, Tapei:https://www.goodread…
 
Book Vs Movie (Replay) Act Like a Lady. Think Like a Man The 2009 Self-Help Book from Comedian Steve Harvey Vs the 2012 Movie With Special Guest Kristen Meinzer of the By the Book podcast Hey BVMers! The Margos are trying their first self-help book, Steve Harvey’s Think Like a Lady. Act Like a Man (2009) along with our special guest this week--Kris…
 
Making movies is hard! You gotta wake up early or late and carry a big heavy thing or a bunch of little things and everyone cares way too much or doesn't care it all and at the end of the day (or the end of several straight days with no rest) the whole damn thing is hardly worth it cause you're just left with like Ballistic Eks V Sever or some shit…
 
Brian Saur (Rupert Pupkin Speaks, Just the Discs Podcast, & co-host of Pure Cinema Pod) makes his return to celebrate his favorite comedies featuring comedy legends, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Follow Brian Saur aka Rupert Pupkin: https://twitter.com/bobfreelander Follow Just the Discs Pod: https://twitter.com/justthediscspod Follow Pure Cinema Po…
 
Here in France, the average life expectancy is going up, while the proportion of people aged over 65 is also rising steadily. While some older people can live independently for years, others with more complex needs often choose to live in a retirement home. We discuss the increasingly pressing question of housing and care options available to senio…
 
The garden of a luxury hotel opposite the sea provides the idyllic setting for the seventh edition of Fimo228, the International Festival of African Fashion in Lomé, Togo. Its founder, designer and model agency boss Jacques Logoh has selected 32 stylists to promote the very best of contemporary African fashion. A celebration of cultural cross-polli…
 
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are taking some very bad movies to task now that we've entered a new decade of cinematic promise. The guys kick off a new feature for 2020 where they whittle down a list of bad movies released from 2010 to 2019, the worst of the worst, and decide what will make their ultimate tournament of the worst movies of the previou…
 
What a FANTABULOUS episode this is! We have the magnificent Cathy Yan, director of Birds of Prey, on to talk all about Mad Max: Fury Road. Cathy discusses what it’s like making her own standalone film in a “sequalized environment.” She elaborates on the function of using practical effects and stunts. And she discusses working with Margot Robbie and…
 
The boys are back in town and joined by yalls favorite guest again.....MANNY! This ep is filled with fun, facts, and dumb (lots of dumb). Lex and Manny give their valid opinions on who will when what Oscar based on the movies they watched, Josh on the other hand is going off of trailers and word of mouth. Join us on this dumb journey and guess alon…
 
James and Zach select who should and who will win at the 92nd Academy Awards, then attempt to predict each others Top 10 Favorite Films of the 2010s list scheduled for next week. Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Support the show on Patreon. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Have a fi…
 
Jonathan Laubinger (host of Film Baby Film) returns for a deep dive into the meteoric rise and fall of writer-director Preston Sturges. Follow Jon Laubinger: https://twitter.com/FilmBabyFilm Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colebrax Wrong Reel Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/wrong-reel…
 
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