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A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
10 million people, a couple hundred cities, unlimited possibilities. Host Jon Steinberg, a lifelong explorer, has made it his business to get into the heart, mind and soul of Southern California. Every week we are going to explore the most interesting parts, history, food and culture that Southern California has to offer, and together, we are going to find out what is behind the greatest region in the city. Happy exploring!
 
Lost in Twin Peaks is an in-depth episode guide to all three seasons and the film of the David Lynch/Mark Frost series Twin Peaks. The podcast will move through the episodes a week at a time, with daily coverage of different aspects of each episode including production and historical context, storylines, mystery clues, statistics, and archive readings. After completing this episode guide, the podcast will present spoiler discussions alongside explorations of characters, locations, storylines ...
 
Join us on-site at some of the greatest locations seen in movies as we talk to the filmmakers and cast members who were there when it all happened. You can also find us on Apple Podcasts. Jared is a photographer and film journalist who has written extensively on the subject of filming locations for various Los Angeles publications. His first article was about the San Fernando Valley filming locations of "The Karate Kid." Jared also leads filming location tours of the San Fernando Valley, Pas ...
 
Pop culture is booming and so is the television and film industry in New England. The Hub On Hollywood with Jamie and James is an engaging, fun exploration of the biggest pop culture news, along with the latest developments in the growing local entertainment industry. From casting directors and locations scouts to movie reviews and trailer break downs, we’ll talk about the hottest pop culture happenings, while talking to the real movers and shakers putting New England on the Hollywood map.
 
The Boxoffice Podcast is your #1 resource for news and analysis about movies and the movie business. We'll be your guide through these evolving and sometimes disruptive times. While breaking down film headlines, exploring box office results, and chatting with studio & cinema executives, we'll discuss all aspects of movies and entertainment. By movie lovers for movie lovers!
 
The Film Knobs is a broad movie discussion podcast hosted by Chase, Ashton, and Bohden, three idiots who have no right whatsoever speaking critically about movies but still try to anyway. Come listen to us make a concerted effort each week to ruin our friendships. https://twitter.com/TheFilmKnobs
 
HAVE YOU HEARD? We have an ear for music and we are touching the WORLD through jazz. CoffeeTalk Jazz Radio shares its concern regarding the lack of interest in preserving radio. Our focus has been to bring radio back through our online digital platform. We’ve succeeded in a BIG way with our award-winning LIVE RADIO BROADCAST. We bring music storytellers from every corner of the globe to one common platform. CoffeeTalk Conversations covers a myriad of insightful personal growth topics on self ...
 
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Oklahoma Film And TV Academy

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Film Crew 101 pulls back the curtain on all the different roles that go into making a film or TV show. Ever wondered what a Gaffer or Best Boy does? Have you dreamt about working in the art department of a major movie but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you are well on your way building a career in film and TV but want to get more insight into how other departments work. Film Crew 101 has all the answers.
 
Join comedians Gen Fricker and Alexei Toliopoulos as they dig into a feast of movies each week. Every Tuesday, a snack: cinematic obsessions, Easter eggs, and rabbit holes. And every Thursday, the main course: a premiere pick direct from Netflix. Whether you’re an obsessive devourer of the silver screen, or you just want to keep up with what’s hot, The Big Film Buffet has something for all tastes — and it’s serving now. Who’s hungry?
 
Ever wondered where the Bond and Agent XXX motorcycle scene in THE SPY WHO LOVED ME took place? Or how THE PROTÉGÉ references THE BOURNE IDENTITY? Or what’s a great classic spy movie? Enter Cracking the Code of Spy Movies, a deep-dive into the world of silver screen spies, gadgets, from James Bond to Mission: Impossible and everything in between. Hosts Dan Silvestri and Tom Pizzato have been hooked on spy movies since they were teenagers and now run SpyMovieNavigator.com, a resource for espi ...
 
On this Reel Travels podcast, professional travel writer and self-proclaimed film/tv buff Lisa Iannucci takes you across the country and around the world talking movie and television locations to visit, museums to explore, and conventions and tours to attend. Whether you're a fan of Game of Thrones, Little House on the Prairie, Downton Abbey, old John Wayne movies, I Love Lucy, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The African Queen or some other show/movie we'll talk about where you can travel t ...
 
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PodCast & Crew

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Circus Technologies Inc

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PodCast & Crew is a new series that illuminates the most often overlooked in the storytelling industry – the Below the Line. Each episode we'll interview an emerging and established talent playing the same role, dissecting how they both got started in the industry, their variant career paths and the trials and tribulations of how they got to where they are today.
 
Radio Geonosis is a Star Wars focused podcast hosted by Angie, Aaron, and David. We discuss all things Star Wars and are now also informing our audience of everything else in the nerd arena!Facebook: www.facebook.com/RadioGeonosisYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6L7Iq9PAlZMmYHEc2CvWQ
 
Gay Club TV series highlights the latest hot spots and goes behind the scene to interview local and national celebrities. Hosted on various locations throughout the country giving viewers the opportunity to experience the LGBT communities. GCTV web episode provides the latest music videos, travel guides, events and up to date trends to keep audiences in check.
 
This is Holy Cannoli. This podcast is all about MAKING SENSE OF life, who we are and why we’re here. Life is Sacred and life is strange. We can experience The Divine, HOLY, transcendent in the most random ways, random locations and through the most random people. This podcast is about you, it's about me, it's about film and TV, it's our world. It’s about God. It's about finding the sacred in the strange. Subscribe and settle in for a listen every Monday Hosted by Bay Area husband and wife To ...
 
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Film Noir Foundation

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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.
 
Forward Filmmaker shares stories and advice from a new generation of filmmakers bucking "traditional" filmmaking norms. Join host Max Sanders as he interviews directors and producers. Each episode features a different forward-thinking filmmaker redefining how great cinema is made. This podcast is brought to you by Filmhub, the leading distribution platform where filmmakers monetize their titles directly to streaming services – without giving up their rights. Go to Filmhub.com to join thousan ...
 
Tony the Movie Guy is a London born and LA based film critic and aficionado who hosts a bi-weekly podcast with special guests; breaking down every possible topic and genre of film for your listening pleasure. Patreon: www.patreon.com/tonythemovieguy Facebook: @tonythemovieguy Twitter: @tonythemovieguy Instagram: @tonythemovieguy Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=220205&refid=stpr Soundcloud: @user-144871219 E-mail: tonythemovieguypodcast@gmail.com
 
The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast shows you how to make your screenplays bulletproof. Weekly interviews with Oscar® and Emmy® award winning screenwriters, story specialists, best-selling authors, Hollywood agents and managers, and industry insiders. We cover every aspect of the screenwriting process. This is the screenwriting podcast for the rest of us. No fluff. No BS. Just straight talk that will help you on your screenwriting journey. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning ...
 
Welcome to Tour Guide Tales, an exciting and fascinating new podcast brought to you by VisitScotland. Each week, Grant Stott hears the eclectic and often incredibly rich history found only in Scotland from those who know and tell it best – the country’s captivating tour guides. From locations used to film the hit TV series Outlander to the National Wallace Monument, join us each week to hear expert guides and born storytellers recount their enthralling tales and personal experiences, just fo ...
 
Crew: The Podcast is to highlight all those people who work behind the scenes from TV, Film, Radio, Sport and all other aspects throughout the entertainment industry. Each week I’ll be chatting to members of crew about their work, find out about what they do and why they wanted to do it, hear some of their amazing stories and give you an insight into what really happens behind the scenes.
 
Imagine Sundance is a podcast series hosted by Chad Linebaugh, General Manager of the Sundance Mountain Resort. Our podcasts describe various aspects of the resort, including mountain skiing and snowboarding, award winning lodging and a variety of restaurant options including four star dining experiences. Episodes also review the Spa at Sundance, our unique Art Studio, the Outdoor Theater, the film Screening Room, world class fly fishing, hiking, horseback riding and more.
 
Learn Spanish by listening to slowly spoken conversations between Spanish teachers, Rocío & Jesús. Ideal for basic to intermediate levels (A2 to B2). Interactive transcripts and vocab lists are available for free via our website, LanguaTalk.com. Interested in taking lessons with tutors as talented as Rocío & Jesús? Book a trial session here: https://languatalk.com/spanish-tutors-online?via=spanishpod
 
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Travel with Rocío and Jesús around Spain through great productions of Hollywood and Spain. Discover where scenes from Star Wars and Game of Thrones were filmed. This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or intermediate level (A2 to B2). You can read an interactive transcript (which highlights the words as they're spoken) and …
 
Should the Brady Bunch House be in the National Register of Historic Places? Why not? asks alum Jonathan Kaplan. In his master’s thesis, the TV writer-turned-heritage conservationist makes a case for designating sites specifically for their use in movies and TV shows. Along with literary precedent dating back to Chaucer, Jonathan cites the deep mea…
 
Who is buried in the mausoleum niche in Diamonds are Forever? And where exactly is it? We recall Bond placing the urn in the crypt and removing an envelope . . . well, it's NOT where everyone thinks it is! Where is the real spot? Matt Sherman joins us to reveal the real location! This is some real top secret sleuthing! Matt Sherman runs BondFanEven…
 
HALLOWEEN BONUS episode from my other show The Indie Film Hustle Podcast. If you have a micro or no budget feature film shooting in one location will make life a lot easier. Now, how do you make that one location look great and not boring through your film? Indie Filmmaker Michael Williams did just that with his new horror film The Atoning. Check o…
 
12 short stories accompanied by 12 original paintings... Katy Soljak combines two of her passions - she's also a musician by the way - in her new book My First Real Pash and Other Stories. Katy's planning a book and painting tour next year, off the back of the launch at her local art gallery on Waiheke Island this month. The title story has had a t…
 
Not many children dream of working in museums when they grow up, but Liz Cotton did and that dream's come true. She's just wrapped up her first week as the Director of Museum and Arts at Waikato Museum in Kirikiriroa/Hamilton. Liz has come to the role after working at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Auckland War Memorial Museum and the Ministry for Cu…
 
We've done lots of stories in recent years in praise of flash fiction - the always popular short-short story. But Wellington-based writer Craig Gamble prefers his short stories on the long side and has gathered together 16 stories that are a bit shorter than novellas and a bit longer than the average short story. Middle Distance, Long Stories of Ao…
 
It's a gutsy call but Auckland Theatre Company has just released a full season of plays for 2022, off the back of a frustrating two years of disrupted and cancelled productions. Artistic Director and CEO Jonathan Bielski tells Lynn Freeman he's confident the shows will go on, and has scheduled two comedies first up in recognition that Tamaki Makaur…
 
It's easy to miss Lilburn House in Wellington's well-heeled suburb of Thorndon, but the former home of foremost New Zealand composer Douglas Lilburn has a rich if, until now, not particularly well known history. The story actually intersects with one we ran on Standing Room Only last week - that of hugely influential thespian Maria Dronke who came …
 
It's been a tough secret to keep but we are delighted to announce the winner of this year's Bruce Mason Playwriting Award. The $10,000 prize goes to Chinese-Kiwi, Christchurch-based playwright Nathan Joe. The award hopes to encourage the winner to keep writing for the theatre and that's exactly what Nathan intends to do. It's a busy year for Nathan…
 
The largest number of visitors recorded at New York's Guggenheim Museum was for an exhibition of work by trailblazing Swedish artist and mystic, Hilma af Klint, that had been hidden away for decades. Now the work of this pioneer in abstract art is about to go on show here in Aotearoa. City Gallery Wellington is hosting Hilma af Klint: The Secret Pa…
 
Glamorous gowns from the astonishing high fashion collection that was the pride and joy of high country farmer Eden Hore, are temporarily leaving their Central Otago home. Eden farmed in Naseby while also managing to collect more than 200 couture gowns in the 1970s - flamboyant, colourful fashion was what he was particularly attracted to. The Dowse…
 
Roseann Sureda knows how to work an audience. Looking like a vintage star, the sumptuous performer from the Hudson Valley is on the cusp of big things since her gig at The Metropolitan Room. 2019 was a stellar year for singer-songwriter and producer. Not only did she release her long-awaited debut album, "It's Called Love," this winter, but she has…
 
Who are you going to call? Yup that is right, we have on the show today to co-writer of the new installment in the Ghostbusters universe, Gil Kenan. Gil co-wrote Ghostbusters: Afterlife with his friend writer/director Jason Reitman. From director Jason Reitman and producer Ivan Reitman, comes the next chapter in the original Ghostbusters universe. …
 
In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of top ten fascinating Southern California movies inspired by actual events. His list includes: "Indictment: The McMartin Trials" in Manhattan Beach, "The Bling Ring" in Calabasas, "Hollywoodland" in Benedict Canyon, "I…
 
In this week’s episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, Daniel Loria, Rebecca Pahle, and Shawn Robbins discuss weekend box office numbers and predictions for the Thanksgiving weekend’s new titles. In this week’s Indie Focus feature, Rebecca and Daniel present some of the key insights from Boxoffice LIVE Sessions’ State of the Art House webinar, featuring …
 
Rocío and Jesus talk about friendship, but not only about good friends! They also talk about how to detect a toxic person in your life and avoid dramas. This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or intermediate level (A2 to B2). You can read an interactive transcript (which highlights the words as they're spoken) and see tran…
 
Nevada Public Radio debuts Exit Spring Mountain, a 10-episode podcast about Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in Southern Nevada.The podcast will explore how history, politics, and economics shape the AAPI community while sharing stories by and for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.Episode 3 focuses on the Asian migration to the A…
 
Today on the show we have legendary independent filmmaker and Oscar® nominated screenwriter John Sayles. John Sayles is one of America's best known independent filmmakers, receiving critical acclaim for films including Eight Men Out (1988), Lone Star (1996) and Men with Guns (1997). He's also written screenplays for mainstream films such as Passion…
 
Amelia Spitler is a film person. Her work explores themes of absences within identities. EX DISPOSER, her debut film as Producer, was in competition for Best Student U.S. Short at the prestigious Palm Springs International ShortFest. The film is thriving at festivals across the country. When not making films, Amelia manages film festivals, such as …
 
Mark is live from the BFI Southbank with his guests filmmaker Posy Dixon talking about her inspiring documentary 'Keyboard Fantasies', Vinette Robinson and Jason Flemyng on acting in the extraordinary single shot drama 'Boiling Point' plus Lucy Darwin and the legendary Miriam Margolyes recount the making of their hilarious road movie 'Driving Miss …
 
NO TIME TO DIE - we look at some of the pluses and minuses of the movie as we decode certain scenes. Morgan Lisney, winner of the 2020 James Bond International Trivia Marathon, sends in his summary review of the movie too. SPOILERS are rampant in this podcast! If you have not yet seen NO TIME TO DIE, skip this podcast until you have seen the movie.…
 
For nearly four decades, Nevada SPCA has sheltered thousands of animals. Thanks to their work, around two thousand dogs, cats, rabbits, and other pets find homes each year. But it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for this nonprofit.In 2019, the organization was shrouded in scandal following stolen funds from Nevada SPCA President Cathy Jung. Monet…
 
Staffing shortages in the Mountain West are hitting restaurants, hospitals and now… schools. Districts across the region are struggling to find substitutes and para-educators. Principals are even filling in as custodians and cafeteria workers.The Mountain West News Bureau’s Nate Hegyi visited a North Las Vegas school and reports on what he saw.…
 
The Clark County School Board voted 4-to-3 early Friday morning to rescind last month's firing of Superintendent Jesus Jara. The move comes amid multiple recriminations and intensified verbal battles among several of the board's members. On its best days, members of the school board, which oversees the operations of the nation's fifth-largest schoo…
 
New England's film industry is booming with multiple projects constantly under production. Projects include commercials, television shows and full-length feature films. Jamie and James are hosts of The Hub on Hollywood. The podcast focuses on New England's growing film industry, as well as entertainment news and reviews.…
 
From heading out into the wilds of the South Island to thunderous dancing in country halls, Jeffrey Paparoa Holman takes us on many an adventure with fishermen and musterers in his new poetry collection. It's called After Hours Trading & The Flying Squad. Small towns, vast landscapes and extreme weather are very much a part of this collection, as J…
 
A poem told through the eyes, or keys, of an abandoned piano... fallen angels... forgotten women... and an astronaut - all feature in Cantabrian Joanna Preston's second poetry collection, tumble. She uses a variety of poetic techniques, from traditional short forms to expansive free verse. Joanna's first collection The Summer King won two prizes - …
 
Elisabeth Pointon and Christopher Ulutupu are long-time friends, flatmates and artists known for challenging Pacific stereotypes. Now they're collaborating for the first time on a video work that's part of a show called Mischief Makers. The exhibition at Pataka in Porirua brings together art by Maori and Moana artists that's unashamedly fun, coming…
 
A mysterious gathering of characters who've found themselves stranded in a once high-end, now run-down 1930's German hotel - that's the backdrop to Heather Straka's new exhibition Isolation Hotel. It's her contribution to Christchurch's SCAPE Public Art event, where commissioned artworks take over parts of the city. The characters have been photogr…
 
A dance work exploring the sometimes toxic power imbalance between choreographers and dancers is part of the line up for this year's Otautahi TINY Performance Festival. The festival started in 2019 as a platform and a community hub for the next wave of performance makers and audiences in Christchurch. It had to be cancelled last year due to the pan…
 
Medical practitioners from around the country with a side-hussle as artists are about to put their works on show. The exhibition is called Beyond the Mask. As part of the annual conference of the country's doctors and dentists, they've chipped in around 50 paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography for the show. Even though the conference itsel…
 
One of the first Kiwi creatives to put up their hands to help schools struggling with post-Covid-mandate staff shortages has also just won a Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement. And to top off a big month, Anne Kennedy has just published a new collection of often confronting poems, The Sea Walks into a Wall. Anne's also a novellist and…
 
The flashy 1980s are remembered for being wildly over the top - big hair and big shoulder pads, Dynasty, Duran Duran and Michael Jackson. But in Aotearoa it was also a decade of protests and change, from the 1981 Springbok rugby tour protests and Rob Muldoon's Think Big projects, to Rogernomics and the Homosexual Law Reform. A curator for The New Z…
 
As we get older it seems that we lose tough with our inner child. We lose touch with that remarkable creative engine. Filmmakers like Steven Spielberg have figured out a way to not only stay in contact with his inner child but also not lose his sense of wonder. Today's guest will be helping us tap into out own sense of wonder that can help you on y…
 
Episode 7G Notes: Readings from my previous work, press clippings, fan reception, opening minute of the next episode Please rate, review, and/or subscribe on Apple Podcasts to help promote this show! You can explore both public and patron episodes of this podcast here: https://www.lostinthemovies.com/p/lost-in-twin-peaks.html Become a patron at htt…
 
In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of top ten favorite places to see live music Southern California. His list includes: the Fox Theater in Pomona, Soma in San Diego, the Troubador in West Hollywood, the Majestic in Ventura, the City National Grove of Ana…
 
Episode 7F Notes: Character statistics, featured locations, coffee/pie/donuts & more Please rate, review, and/or subscribe on Apple Podcasts to help promote this show! The illustrated companion to this week's episodes - with detailed character statistics - is https://www.lostinthemovies.com/2021/11/lost-in-twin-peaks-7-s1e7-realization.html You can…
 
In this week’s episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, Daniel Loria and Jesse Rifkin discuss the weekend’s box office results and the biggest headlines from the movie theater industry. Cineworld shows signs of recovery as Cinemark registers its best performance for a Netflix title at the box office in their circuit. In the feature segment, Rebecca talks …
 
Talking about work is important both inside and outside the world of work. In this episode, Jesús and Rocío talk about their first jobs, the best and worst jobs, their current jobs and the current situation in Spain. This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or intermediate level (A2 to B2). You can read an interactive transc…
 
At the turn of the last century, Black entrepreneur Arthur L. Reese convinced developer Abbot Kinney to hire Black workers for Kinney’s seaside resort and amusement park, Venice of America. Reese had a hard time recruiting Blacks to the area because, even though Venice was one of the few neighborhoods without racially restrictive covenants, no one …
 
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