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“FilmDirectorsWorkshop” Podcast Brought to you by the DGNEY (Directors Guild of North East Yishun) CC, “FilmDirectorsWorkshop” is a podcast where directors and crew talks cock about filming in Singapore. Each episode features a different director and crew shining a light on their projects and their journey into filmmaking.
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Director's Club

Jim Laczkowski

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A monthly show that reviews one film director per episode with the occasional bonus episode. Episodes 123-172 were hosted by Brad & Al. As of 2022, new episodes will be hosted by Jim and/or Bill.
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The only podcast to focus on film books and to talk to the best authors working in the area of cinema. From Making ofs to biographies, studies to novelisations, I'm fascinated by where the written word intersects with the world of the big screen. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/writers-on-film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast helps serious screenwriters sell their screenplays. We offer practical advice about how to market your script and get it into the hands of agents, managers, producers, and directors who can get your screenplay produced.
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Join Nicole (cinephemme) as she delves into what she loves to talk about most -- film! While season one focused on the search for her fifth favorite film director (with her entire top five being shaken up in the process), in SEASON TWO she is exploring one of the greatest years in film history: 1994.
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Welcome to ReelBlend! Join Managing Editor Sean O'Connell (CinemaBlend) and Entertainment Reporters Kevin McCarthy (Fox 5 Washington DC) and Jake Hamilton (Fox 32 News Chicago) as they discuss the latest news, rumors, and movies to hit the big screen. Every week we'll bring you movie reviews, inside looks at the news of the week, stories from the set, and interviews with your favorite filmmakers. Enjoy!
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Founded in 1962, Film Comment has been the home of independent film journalism for over 50 years, publishing in-depth interviews, critical analysis, and feature coverage of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world. The Film Comment Podcast, hosted by editors Devika Girish and Clinton Krute, is a weekly space for critical conversation about film, with a look at topical issues, new releases, and the big picture. Film Comment is a nonprofit publication that relies ...
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Hear the incredible real stories behind the making of the biggest documentary series & films on Netflix. Host Rebecca Lavoie leads in-depth interviews with creators and subjects, exploring how these stories are produced & their impact, while uncovering new information. New episodes every Wednesday.
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The Popcorn Auteur

Chris Staron & Jon Dickey

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Jon and Chris get a film education, one filmmaker at a time. Each month, we pick a famous filmmaker and watch every film that he or she wrote and directed. Then, we research the filmmaker’s history and critical assessments of the work. Finally, we talk about the films, consistent themes throughout, and answer definitively: Are they an auteur and do we like them?
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Every Single Sci-Fi Film Ever* looks back at more than a century of films beginning in 1902 and works towards the future. Each episode focuses on a film, director or theme and brings in experts to discuss the history, politics, and influences. Join sci-fi enthusiast Ayesha Khan as she travels through time and space, encounters aliens, and battles authoritarian regimes all from the comfort of your home planet. Released every two weeks *Almost
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Join me, Mike Redman on 'GIG' where I have conversations with some of the most interesting people in the Film & Music industry. I'll be talking toi Music Supervisors to Re-Recording Engineers, Composers to Directors, DP’s, Production Designers, and Make-up Artists. If you are trying to figure out where to take your career, I want to help you be successful … Or, maybe you’re just an enthusiast and want to know the difference between a grip and a gaffer, well you’ll find it right here!
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This is the Official Site for "Hilliard Guess' SCREENWRITERS' RANT ROOM!" Our host is Hilliard Guess, a WGAw writer, director, TV/Film producer and most recently, the former Director of Development (now producer) at Blue Monday Prods. Hilliard does one-on-one interviews with guests or rotating co-hosts stop by to drop industry bombs in this unfiltered, hilarious podcast series that delivers nuthin’ but REAL TALK… from REAL working writers! Our motto: “Keep it GAME all day!" Support this podc ...
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An inside look at life in the television and film industry. Join your host Ryan M. Perez as he speaks with actors, directors, and artists more about how the industry works and how to not only survive but to thrive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Brought to you by the Directors Guild of America, "The Director's Cut" will bring you the behind-the-scenes stories of today's most talked about films. Each episode features a different director interviewed by one of their peers, leading to revealing conversations about the grueling, but rewarding process of bringing their films to life.
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Film Yak is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth movie discussions. Each week one of our cohosts chooses a film for the three of us to watch, discuss, debate, angrily gripe about, and sometimes even praise. After the discussion, we play a nice round of Letterboxd roulette to see what film two of the cohosts will be saddled with watching and reporting on during the subsequent episode. Follow us on IG: @filmyakpodcast Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to po ...
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In the vast realm of film rankings – AFI's 100, Sight & Sound's Greats, 1001 To See Before You Die, IMDB's Top 250, Roger Ebert's Picks, and so on – there's a glaring omission: STAKES! Picture this: an asteroid the size of Texas hurtling toward Earth, a threat even Bruce Willis and his motley crew of oil drillers can't thwart. We're left with a front-row seat to our impending doom. Fear not, fellow film nerds, for we've constructed a fallout shelter, a haven for cinematic survival. Sadly, th ...
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Kael Your Idols is a film discussion podcast focused on the "New Hollywood" era of American cinema. From the glamorized hippies and paranoid anti-heroes of the 60s and 70s, to the merchandise-driven blockbusters of the early 80s, join hosts Alana Gibson and Sam Ludwig as they dive into this wild period in studio filmmaking! Logo artwork by: the_illuminator
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Excited to share with you all, the brand new series of our podcast, ‘The Creative Blood Experience’ designed to help you navigate your creative journey by sharing tips, rare stories and insights from industry leading creators and visionaries. Subscribe now and be the first to listen. #CreativeBloodExperience #CreativeBlood
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Reel Conversations is the Burbank International Film Festival's original interview series that features the stories of outstanding artists who have left their mark in the entertainment industry from all eras. We chat with professional actors, directors, and screenwriters about what it takes to bring their stories to life. Get career advice from working professionals, inspiration from amazing production stories, and an inside look at iconic film and television with artists you love! Hosted by ...
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Kevin Lane's Spill Your Guts

Kevin Lane's Spill Your Guts

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Kevin Lane's Spill Your Guts is a horror culture podcast featuring influential and up-and-coming talent in the genre. You're the fly on the wall to the most wide-ranging and entertaining conversations between horror culture’s recognized titans of terror and genre expert and film director, Kevin Lane.
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TV Makers

Ashley Golder

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TV Makers is a podcast that takes listeners behind the scenes of the TV industry, interviewing professionals in various roles to gain insights into their work. Host Ashley Golder speaks with the likes of Steadicam operators, Production Managers, Directors, Lighting Technicians, and more, covering all aspects of the TV world. In each episode, we delve into the intricacies of their roles, learning about the challenges and rewards of working in the industry. With episodes released every two wee ...
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Kawalis is afikra’s Movie Night podcast that dives into all types of production from stage to the small or big screen, zooming in on the work of professionals from the field. This interview series is an opportunity to ask actors, directors, scriptwriters and cinematographers questions about the industry, the writing and production processes, the behind the scenes and genres behind some of the Arab world’s best films, TV series, plays and performances, and to discover some of the best work ou ...
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The Movies That Made Me

Trailers From Hell, Josh Olson, Joe Dante

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Filmmakers and entertainers discuss the movies that inspired them. Hosted by Oscar nominated screenwriter and TFH Guru Josh Olson and fearless leader himself, director Joe Dante. The Movies That Made Me is recorded live in Hollywood and engineered by film composer Don Barrett.
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Film vs Film Podcast

Film vs Film Podcast

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This is a film podcast where we pick our favourite film topic, like a director, actor or genre, any subject related to film. Martin the host and Boaz or sometimes a guest, each pick a film to discuss from that topic. We discuss them in three different aspects of each film, Directing, screenplay and acting. Then we rank each aspect out of ten. Plus we pick our favourite shot or scenes, lines and performances. At the end we tally the points and see who wins.
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Full Cast And Crew

Meetinghouse Productions, Inc.

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The Full Cast and Crew Podcast loves searching for that perfect, telling anecdote or soundbite from a writer, director, actor, or crew member as we revisit the films of our shared 70s and 80's childhoods with an appreciation for the cinematic arts and without pretension or annoying fan-boy antics. Proudly independent and advertising-free.
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Imagine that My Cousin Vinny became a NY State Supreme Court Justice after thirty-three years in private law practice where he represented killers, mobsters, robbers, rogue cops, rabbis, scammers, boxers, musicians, jockeys, trainers, a war hero, a sculptor, and a film director among many other characters. Got it? Good. This is the podcast Vinny would have created. This podcast is a collection of short stories about cases, clients, experiences and lessons that Judge Rudy Greco learned in str ...
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A director-focused film podcast featuring deep-dive discussions about international, arthouse, and independent films. Each episode we discuss either a director's most popular film or a "Deep Cut pick": a personal favorite chosen by one of us. Join us on discord: https://discord.gg/QsNY5hKPbC
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Join four old mates on a cinematic journey like no other in "Born to Watch," the podcast where movies aren't just watched, they're experienced. Each week, dive into the films that reshaped their lives and, perhaps, even the world. With many thousands of hours of movie-watching under their belts, these friends bring a unique, seasoned perspective where they don't take themselves or the movies too seriously.
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Theo Neumann is a 10 year podcast veteran/film critic and you will find him on twitter @OC_Film. Ben Woodiwiss is a Director/Writer and you will find him @BenWoodiwiss. You will hear us globetrotting to Festivals around the world as well as delving into the National Film Awards from a whole host of different countries. Come join us! Share and subscribe to a podcast dedicated to movies outside of the mainstream.
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Into The Mystic

Just Curious Media & Mystic Film Festival

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An engaging film lovers podcast covering all things in the Mystic Film Festival universe and beyond. Host: Jason Connell, award-winning documentary producer & Mystic Film Festival supporter.
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For more than two decades, Frameline continues with a weekly survey of the latest in film, art, culture & all of its politics. Live banter, interviews & more by veteran film critic/broadcasters Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small. With roots at CKLN 88.1 FM and notable past hosts such as Toronto International Film Festival’s Artistic Director, Cameron Bailey, and internationally renowned filmmaker Bruce La Bruce, listeners can now tune in live, every Thursday, 6pm EST at RadioRegent.com.
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Welcome to Not Just For Kids. Once a week we will revisit the movies we loved as children, looking at their place in the history of family films, the themes they explore and if they’re any good. Each season we will focus on a different area: be it a particular film studio, director or time period. And each week we will invite a guest onto the podcast who will offer their own perspective on the films being covered that week.
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Welcome to The Uncertain Artist, where we discuss the highs and lows of forging a life in the collaborative arts. Our jump off point each week is an episode of the YouTube show The Uncertain Detective, created by Gregg Lachow, in which a film director creates a surreal, neo-noir tv series featuring a bumbling detective, casts his wife and kids in it, and tries to juggle his two worlds. Hosted by Gregg Lachow & Joe Guppy About The Uncertain Detective Series: A film director creates a surreal, ...
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Zarrar Kahn’s feature film debut focuses on the lives of Mariam (Ramesha Nawal), her younger brother Bilal (Jibran Khan) and their mother, Fariha (Bakhtawar Mazhar) in a tiny apartment in Karachi. When Mariam’s maternal grandfather passes, his brother tries to manipulate them into signing over their apartment to him, a common occurrence in Pakistan…
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I had the pleasure of talking to James Lee late last year, and this long podcast episode is the result. I can't tell you how much I learned in these 1.6 hours. James Lee is such a filmmaking dynamo. He's precise, generous in sharing and loaded with filmmaking stories and anecdotes. I don't want to swing the overused word 'masterclass" here but I ca…
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Anne Thompson and Ryan Lattanzio take the stage at the Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art’s New Directors/New Films festival with special guest Derek Cianfrance (Director of Blue Valentine, The Place Beyond the Pines and Producer of Exhibiting Forgiveness). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Every spring the New Directors/New Films festival at Film at Lincoln Center and MoMA puts on an exciting showcase of movies by the best emerging filmmakers around the world. It’s always a reliable sign of the trends to come and the talents to look out for—past editions have featured early films by Spike Lee, Christopher Nolan, Kelly Reichardt, and …
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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * LOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSELLER * USA TODAY BESTSELLER This heartfelt and wry career memoir from the director of Blood Diamond, The Last Samurai, Legends of the Fall, About Last Night, and Glory, creator of the show thirtysomething, and executive producer of My So-Called Life, gives a dishy, behind-the-scenes look at work…
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Welcome back, fight fans, to another round in the cinematic boxing ring with "Rocky II," a film that not only cements Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa as an American cinematic icon but also offers a deeper look into the life of his rival-turned-friend, Apollo Creed, masterfully portrayed by Carl Weathers. As part of our Carl Weathers tribute tour,…
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In his new book The Rebel’s Clinic: The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon, Adam Shatz writes that, “The American poet Amiri Baraka described James Baldwin, who was born a year before Fanon, as ‘God’s Black revolutionary mouth.’ What Baldwin was for America, Fanon was for the world, especially the insurgent Third World, those subjects of European …
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Director Robert Lorenz discusses his new film, In the Land of Saints and Sinners, with fellow Director Brian Helgeland in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, he discusses retaining the film’s authenticity in its Irish cast and texture of its 1970s setting, balancing the tone with moments of humor and severity, and using la…
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The Screenwriters Rant Room is taking a 6 week break while Hilliard is away working on a big project. Expect us back in mid-May or early June. If you NEED your Rant Room fix, check out the archives - there's almost 500 episodes to enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/screenwriters-rant-room/messageSupport this…
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In this episode, Marty gives Clif the film Animal Crackers to watch and Clif gives Marty Grosse Point Blank to watch. Grosse Point Blank Animal Crackers Support the show "Revenge of Zoe" on Tubi Making Pondo on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100087139659233 X (formerly Twitter): @MakingPondo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ma…
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Today we discuss Christopher Nolan's first big studio feature 'Insomnia' with the star-studded cast including Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and Hillary Swank. This is a interesting film from him because it's a relatively straight forward cat and mouse detective story...or is it? No matter what your opinion is on 'Insomnia', in comparison to his other …
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“Before I Change My Mind” is a wonderful coming-of-age story with a twist: the gender of our protagonist, Robin (played by Vaughan Murrae), is indeterminate throughout the film. Writer/Director Trevor Anderson shares how his extensive theater experience — and the support of the Edmonton theater scene — was integral to the making of this movie. We a…
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As with all episodes of this podcast there are spoilers ahead! You can watch Aelita Queen of Mars (1924) here. For full shownotes visit the watch page for this episode on the website: https://www.everyscififilm.com/watch Lenin, the leader of the Russian revolution and the new soviet Russia declared “cinema is for us the most important of the arts”.…
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It’s Problematic Art Week on KYI! This episode Alana and Sam are joined by animator Frank Gidlewski for a round-table on Ralph Bakshi’s 1973 Künstlerroman "Heavy Traffic". There is much talk of the film's depictions of various taboos both sexual and racial, so, be warned. Also much rumination on the woes of the modern film/animation landscape so…TW…
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Dan and Bradley are joined by mr. William Mendoza of the most excellent and very great (and highly questionable) film podcast MEN ON FILM. Our film discussed for this episode is the exceptional and very under-viewed film THE PASSING from 1983. A good time is had by all on this episode even as we venture into some pretty dark territory. links: MFH T…
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What do Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, and Barbara Streisand have in common? They were all interviewed by Lawrence Grobel, a freelance writer who has written 25 books and for numerous national magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, Newsday, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Reader’s Digest, TV Guide, Cosmopolitan, and many more. Joyc…
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Alex Garland is one of the most interesting filmmakers working today and has delivered striking, awe-inspiring cinema as both a writer and director for over two decades. We are honored to welcome Garland on the show to discuss his latest film, Civil War. The cast blew away each of us, as well as the story centered on wartime journalists, and the gr…
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Aflam Sudan's inaugural edition is being held in Nairobi between April 12th and 19th (2024). The co-founders of the festival, Rafa Renas and Brahim "Snoopy" Ahmad, join us on Kawalis to talk about the power of cinema – portraying Sudan through an artist lens that goes beyond images of war and conflict – and give us a brief history of Sudanese cinem…
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As the Omen film franchise creeps back into the spotlight, we couldn't help but get wrapped up in the spine-chilling allure of the series' latest entry. Join us on an eerie journey as we rank the Omen films, including the prequel that's been turning heads and raising hairs. This episode isn't just about rankings though; we dive into the evolution o…
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Join your host Ryan M. Perez and guest Brandon Scott as they discuss Brandon's experience growing up in the South, discovering his love for acting, going to NYU and starting his own theatre company, moving to Los Angeles and starting to work, and his experience on "Grey's Anatomy," "Dead To Me," The Girls on The Bus," and so much more! Hosted on Ac…
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A self-confessed studio nerd, Georgia Barnes began her career drumming for Kwes, Kae Tempest and Micachu before signing with Domino records and releasing her self-titled debut album in 2015 to critical acclaim. She earned a Mercury nomination for her second album, Seeking Thrills, and has since gone on to collaborate with everyone from Years and Ye…
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Theory will get you only so far, so today, Alex is turning theory into a practical podcast commentary. Alex flies solo to fulfill his obsession with Christopher Nolan’s Best Picture-winning masterpiece, “Oppenheimer.” The detonators are charged, the martinis are made, and it is time to hear the music. Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instagram a…
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LOST ANGEL: THE GENIUS OF JUDEE SILL is an intimate documentary portrait of a one-of-a-kind singer-songwriter from 1970s LA – Judee Sill. It charts her life from a troubled adolescence of addiction, armed robbery and prison through her meteoric rise in the music world and early tragic death. In two years, Judee went from living in a car to a deal w…
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BRANDY HELLVILLE & THE CULT OF FAST FASHION dives int a world where fashion is identity for teenage girls and one brand, Brandy Melville, has developed a cult-like following despite its controversial “one size fits all” tagline. Hiding behind its shiny Instagram façade is a shockingly toxic world, a reflection of the global fast fashion industry. T…
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In an effort to reduce problems with discipline and recidivism, the sheriff in Pulaski County, Arkansas rolled out a radical plan for the county jail. Instead of the standard 23-hour lockdown, he’d open the doors in one pod for six weeks and let the detainees run things without the presence of guards. The goal: empower them to become self-sufficien…
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This fifth edition of Film, Form, and Culture by Robert P Kolker and Marsha Gordon offers a lively introduction to both the formal and cultural aspects of film. Additional resources for students and teachers can be found on the eResource, which includes case studies, discussion questions, and links to useful websites. Get the book HERE. Support thi…
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Nathaniel Christian-John has carved his way as a trusted researcher within factual television and in this episode, speaks about what it means to have an episode rest on his due diligence and quick thinking. We also speak about the right age (if there is one) to enter into the industry and how to communicate effectively with senior team members. If …
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Director Michael Mohan discusses his new film, Immaculate, with fellow Director Adam Robitel in a Q&A at the DGA theater in Los Angeles. In the conversation, he discusses how his personal background played into his making of the film, his creative partnership with actress Sydney Sweeney on and off the camera, and using Italian locations to try and …
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When "Basic Instinct" first graced cinema screens in 1992, it didn't just arrive; it detonated with the force of a cultural and cinematic bombshell. Directed by Paul Verhoeven and penned by Joe Eszterhas, this neo-noir thriller became a topic of fervent discussion, controversy, and analysis. Damo's pick for the podcast, undoubtedly, underscores not…
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Christine Smallwood’s new book on Chantal Akerman’s Proust adaptation, La Captive, is, among many things, a meditation on the act of criticism. Published as part of The Decadent Editions series from Fireflies Press, this slim, pocket-sized volume takes Akerman’s year-2000 feature as a jumping-off point for an exploration of the great Belgian filmma…
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Barry Sonnenfeld and Scott Frank's adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 1990 crime novel 'Get Shorty' was the 2nd film that John Travolta made after returning to top stardom with a bang in Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction'. This vibe-y, enjoyable, smartly-written and brilliantly-acted mid-90's example of the $20-30 million-dollar studio movie that now seems lik…
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In this episode, Marty gives Clif the film When Harry Met Sally to watch and Clif gives Marty Everything Everywhere All At Once to watch. Everything Everywhere All At Once When Harry Met Sally Support the show "Revenge of Zoe" on Tubi Making Pondo on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100087139659233 X (formerly Twitter): @MakingPondo…
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In this installment of our Nolan Nostalgia retrospective series, hosts Nathan, Sam, and Bee dive deep into the mind-bending labyrinth of Christopher Nolan's iconic 2000 film, Memento. Joining us today is a very special guest, Nathan's longtime friend and multi-talented creative force in the film industry, David Merrill. Get ready for a journey thro…
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“Drugstore June”, starring Esther Povitsky, is a refreshingly low-key comedy that I sincerely enjoyed. Indie filmmaking is challenging, and Cinematographer Sherri Kauk explains how she worked with Director Nicholaus Goossen and the rest of the crew on issues of budget and schedule, ensuring that they got the most bang for their limited buck. She al…
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Hosts: Adam Rani (@adamthechase) & Christine Chen (@cchenmtf) For more information about Christine Chen: christinewchen.com For more information go to getreelisms.com For more information on ERZULIE go to: erzuliefilm.com HOSTS: Adam Rani Christine Chen GUESTS: Adam Linkenhelt WEBISODE version of the Podcast To watch our films: https://www.christin…
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This week as Hollywood is doing it's thing again and wildly delaying one of the most anticipated film of the year to next January. Yes I'm writing about Mickey 17. The new sci fi film we all have to wait a bit longer for now. But we are sticking with relating the episode to Mickey 17. Of course the one picture we have about the film is of Robert Pa…
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This week as Hollywood is doing it's thing again and wildly delaying one of the most anticipated film of the year to next January. Yes I'm writing about Mickey 17. The new sci fi film we all have to wait a bit longer for now. But we are sticking with relating the episode to Mickey 17. Of course the one picture we have about the film is of Robert Pa…
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What should you watch this summer season? This week, we run through some of the major movie releases hitting theaters, and discuss which have us intrigued, which we remain cautiously optimistic about, and which we are the most excited about. It’s looking to be an impressive year! Both M. Night Shyamalan and daughter Ishana Shyamalan have films head…
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