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The World Next Week previews upcoming world events. In each episode, Robert McMahon, CFR’s managing editor of digital content, and Carla Anne Robbins, CFR senior fellow and faculty director of the Master of International Affairs program at Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, discuss what’s making headlines and lay out newsworthy international developments. Both award-winning journalists, McMahon has covered foreign affairs since 1990 for the Associated Press, R ...
 
Docs in Orbit is an artist-led podcast for independent, non-fiction filmmakers. Since launching in April 2020, we have produced over 50 episodes that explore the diverse artistic approaches present in contemporary non-fiction cinema, the challenges filmmakers face as they work with the moving image, and modern approaches to film curation. Docs in Orbit is a top ranking TV & Film Interview podcast in over 30 countries. All episodes are free across several platforms (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, G ...
 
Death By DVD: When watching is never enough. We here at Death By DVD sit painfully through hours and hours of movies so you, the public, can make an informed decision of what you put in your ear holes and eye holes. Some of these films are good, some bad, and some even unmentionable; but ALL have one thing in common : Watching all of these movies will one day melt our brains into a sloppy wet mush. No need to thank us, we were already methodically destroying ourselves with cinema. At least t ...
 
Welcome to the Ray Taylor Show: Movie and TV Show Reviews, where we bring you reviews of the latest movies and TV shows as well as classic and foreign films. Hosted by Ray Taylor, this podcast features honest and engaging discussions on all things film and television. If you're looking for a new show to binge or want to know if that blockbuster is worth the trip to the theater, or just want to hear some thoughts on a classic or foreign film, the Ray Taylor Show has you covered. New episodes ...
 
Awesome Movie Year is a podcast co-hosted by film critic Josh Bell and filmmaker and comedian Jason Harris. Each season looks at why a certain year was an awesome movie year. Each episode focuses on a different film from the year being investigated. Produced by David Rosen of the Piecing It Together Podcast for the All Points West Podcast Network
 
A sophisticated podcast about foreign films for beautiful people (like you). We look at each film and the time and place it was made. We also make people guess how old Jim Broadbent is in all his different movies. Film // History // Comedy
 
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Sh*t My Pants

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Sh*t My Pants

Kieran O'Brien & Liam O'Brien

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Two complete wimps who love horror movies (but are easily scared by them) talk about the movies they're watching. Each week we will discuss one big-budget/classic/well-known film, and one lesser-known/ foreign language film and discuss how much we shit our pants while watching them.
 
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 ...
 
Comedy and commentary finally meet, then crash and burn in this podcast where longtime friends Bob and Zipp, two men with absolutely no redeeming qualities, discuss everything they've wanted to talk about and HAVE been talking about nonstop for the last 14 years. From foreign policy to film, comic books to candy; Bob and Zipp cover it all in disturbing detail.
 
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The Brattle Film Podcast

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The Brattle Film Podcast

The Brattle Theater, Ian Brownell, Ivy Moylan, Ned Hinkle, Alissa Darsa

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The official podcast of Boston's unofficial film school: The Brattle Theatre. Since 1953 the Brattle has been a home for film lovers to gather and share great cinema; showing an eclectic mix of classic, cutting-edge, foreign, cult, and art-house movies on 35mm film, digital projection, and now virtually.
 
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One Final Scare

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Minki Kim & Tracy Mathews - Horror Lovers

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Once coworkers, always friendly competitors for the spotlight, Minki Kim and Tracy Mathews share their love of horror movies — and talking over each other — by retelling every gory detail of one horror film each week. Join these creatives by day, novice film critics by night, as they walk through one movie from start to finish with the hopes that listeners will come back...for one final scare. Find us on iTunes (click on far left icon above), Google Play, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, Tune I ...
 
Theo Neumann is a 8 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.
 
Each week on Movietalk Hans Petrovic and guests review three films currently showing in Christchurch theatres, covering all types of film from art-house to mainstream. Giving listeners an in-depth explanation of the film and what kind of audience would appreciate it most, Hans also keeps listeners up to date with information on upcoming film festivals, Oscar predictions and a Top Ten Films list at the end of each year. Tune in every Wednesday at 12noon. Movietalk is hosted by Hans Petrovic, ...
 
A budget NRI with a foreign accent and an Indian Indian with an Indian accent indulge each other in their love for films and their passionate views on toilet etiquette. The Indian recommends an Indian film and the foreigner recommends a foreign film (vice-versa) every week and talk about it together. The recommendations range from obscure indie films to mainstream hot garbage. We do it cause screw toilet paper.
 
The club for lovers and makers of Film. From shots and dialogue to casting and score, we unpack little-known indies, box office smashes, documentaries, foreign language and everything in between. Hosted by Actor Maisie Williams, Casting Director Hannah Marie Williams, and Filmmaker Lowri Roberts, come and join us as we navigate the mad world of Film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Hey Girls and Ghouls! Slashers Prefer Blondes is a horror film podcast hosted by three brunettes: Natalie, Heidi, and Laura. Join us as we dive into a broad range of horror films including classics, foreign horror, indie darlings, and modern/recent releases. Don‘t fret if you haven‘t seen the film, we‘ll walk you through it and break it down for you. Logo Created by @juniordaisiesart on Instagram Theme Music by retrosounds
 
Recluse Horror reviews all types of horror films from the silent film era on, occasionally sharing some insights into cinema history and film-making techniques, often expositing about the base fears evoked by great horror films, proper storytelling techniques, symbolism in films, and any number of other related topics. The hosts also go off on unrelated tangents and make bad jokes. While once a daily podcast, it currently releases approximately every two weeks.
 
You don’t have to love Christmas to love this podcast. Film critic Collin Souter and renowned sheep expert Kerry Finegan delve into every type of Christmas movie they can find. Classics, non-classics, horror, Hallmark, obscurities, foreign, shorts, TV specials, unnecessary sequels and remakes. Even films that you might not think of as traditional Christmas movies. The great, the awful and the unusual, all year round.
 
Regardless of religious or irreligious background, almost everyone will find something that is familiar and something that is foreign to them in our worship gatherings – this puts everybody on common ground. Since God’s Spirit is at work in the world, we engage with all kinds of music, stories, film, art, and culture within our services... www.venturamissionary.com
 
Pinoy screen-junkie [not a film major] reviews both Pinoy and Foreign TV series and movies. A proud member of Pilipinas Indie Podcast and Entertainment Network. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wreviewpodcast/support
 
The FilmSeekers podcast covers film news, festival coverage and reviews films, documentaries - whether they are art house, vintage or the latest releases.We feature the UK Box Office Top 10 and have our very own quiz for guests.We aim to take you to films outside of your comfort zone from across the world.We're fun and informative, with a side of good humour.Join us.We Seek Films.FilmSeekers.com
 
Tune in as Penny and Bec share their experiences of language learning with you, as well as the stories of other Australians (and a few international guests!) who love learning, working with, and communicating using other languages. Subscribe for your fortnightly dose of language love, from an Australian perspective. Find out more: www.languagelovers.com.au
 
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Cinema Scene

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Cinema Scene

CinemaScene.org

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Film reviews with Morton Marcus and Richard von Busack. Each half hour episode our hosts talk about 4 current films and discuss aspects of film it's history and it's influences on society. The show contains a unique segment called Video Corner where the hosts provide suggestions for movie rentals relating to that episodes theme. Finally before saying goodbye you are provided with a quick summary of that weeks review ratings; "I'll recommend it."
 
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The seventh episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2012 features our foreign film pick, Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt. Co-written and directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Annika Wedderkopp, Lasse Fogelstrøm, and Alexandra Rapaport, The Hunt premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated fo…
 
In today's broadcast, and after taking a look at the news, we revisit the four Spanish films that have received an Academy Award in the category of best foreign film. We also talk about the Honorary Ambassadors of 'Marca España' (Brand Spain) that this year reaches its tenth edition, and we attend the ceremony presided over by the King and Queen of…
 
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak meets with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris to discuss migration, trade, security, and other issues; the world enters the fourth year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic; and Academy Award-nominated films spotlight international issues. Mentioned on the Podcast Colm Bairéad,…
 
Alex discusses fainting during “John Wick: Chapter 4,” efficient emergency room visits, Keanu Reeves at the top of his game, Lance Reddick, Ian McShane, and all the best action scenes from the entire “John Wick” franchise. Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instagram and Letterboxd. Watch Alex's films at http://alexwithrow.com/ Watch Nick's films …
 
We did a brief review of 12 Years A Slave when the film came out nearly 10 years ago. Here in Oscar Month 2023, we delve a lot deeper with the benefit of perspective. This tough-but-necessary film is the pinnacle of slavery movies, partly because it was written and directed by black men (John Ridley and Steve McQueen). Prestige Movies have had far …
 
It's CRONENBERG vs CRONENBERG on this episode! David Cronenberg's CRIMES OF THE FUTURE (2022) and Brandon Cronenberg's INFINITY POOL (2023) discussed on this fresh from the grave episode so good you'll be eating plastic by the end, featuring special guest, writer & critic E.F Contentment. HEAR THE ENTIRE EPISODE COMPLETELY UNCENSORED NOW exclusivel…
 
In today's broadcast, after the news we continue our visit to the Lucian Freud exhibition currently running at Madrid's Thyssen Museum in the company of one of the show's curators, Paloma Alarcó, who among other things defends the German-born British painter against claims that he was a misogynist. Today's is the second part of a two-part virtual v…
 
Outlast - Season 1: TV Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: Join us as we review and discuss every episode of the thrilling survival reality competition series "Outlast". Produced by Aggregate Films and Nomad Entertainment, and executive produced by Jason Bateman, Grant Kahler, Michael Costigan, Emma Ho, and Mike Odair, the show places 16 pl…
 
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China to discuss Brazil-China economic ties; millions of people around the world switch off their lights for 60 minutes to celebrate Earth Hour; and the United States, Costa Rica, the Netherlands, South Korea, and Zambia co-host the second Summit for D…
 
In today's broadcast, and after taking a quick look at the news in Spain, we talk about the phenomenon of the dwarf planet Pluto entering the constellation of Aquarius with Laia Martínez, an amateur astrologist. We also learn about the differences between the fields of astrology and astronomy with Telmo Fernández, astrophysicist and director of the…
 
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is the second installment in The Hunger Games film series, directed by Francis Lawrence and based on the 2009 novel Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, alongside Josh Hutcherson as Pe…
 
https://itunes.apple.com/jp/podcast/accidental-film-club-lives/id1039607967?l=en&mt=2 The Lusty Men (1952) Ray: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kg8qcO4OecM Holy Spider (2022) Abbasi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27wZZ6O1IBc Tokyo Joe (1949) Heisler: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1mvNpd70J0 Paul & Ed…
 
In this broadcast, we talk Valencia's Fallas Festival with the artist of last year's main falla, Antonio Segura Dulk... And after that, we learn about The Spanish Royal Academy of History's new web portal, which features interactive world map that allows the user to pinpoint and learn about any historical event with connections to the Spanish-speak…
 
The Last of Us - Season 1: TV Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: Join Ray Taylor for a comprehensive review of the first season of "The Last of Us", an American post-apocalyptic drama television series based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog. Created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for HBO, the series is set in 2023, twenty…
 
In this episode, we’re chatting with John Jang, a Korean-born Australian who has already had many interesting and varied experiences in his life so far… Many of which have involved learning other languages! John’s first language is Korean and he learnt English as his second language after migrating to Australia as a kid, but he has also studied Jap…
 
And so we've reached 500 episodes! We started this podcast 10 years ago with the goal of analyzing the AFI's Top 100 Lists, so what better way for us to celebrate a landmark episode than to do...a list! And it's with a flourish as we post a king-sized chat about the greatest Best Picture Oscar winners. We each pulled 10 classic Oscar champions out …
 
Film critic Marya E. Gates (RogerEbert.com, Vulture) joins Collin and Kerry for a deep dive into one of her very favorite films, "Holiday Affair," staring Janet Leigh, Robert Mitchum and Wendell Corey. While not one of the most popular of Christmas films, could it have influenced films such as "Sleepless In Seattle" and "Baby Boom"? What makes this…
 
In today's broadcast, after the news we pay a visit to the Lucian Freud exhibition "New Perspectives" currently open at Madrid's Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. There we talk to the show's co-curator, Paloma Alarcó, about the German-born British artist, considered to be one of the most outstanding figurative painters of the modern age. Today's is the fi…
 
It's Saint Patrick's Day and we thought there was no meaner nor greener way of celebrating this celtic holiday than by discussing the biggest meanest and greenest guy to ever exist. GODZILLA! The giant Japanese lizard. March 17th 2023 happens to be the 50th anniversary of the classic GODZILLA VS MEGALON and we are here to celebrate! Grab a beer, De…
 
Skinamarink: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: Join us for a spine-tingling episode as we review Skinamarink, the 2022 Canadian experimental horror film directed by Kyle Edward Ball. The film follows two siblings who wake up in the middle of the night to find their father has disappeared, and the objects in their house are gradually…
 
While China struggles to export its cultural abroad, neighbors like Korea and Japan seem immune to this problem. Apart from local regulations in art, what are the issues creators from China face when trying to take their cultural products abroad, and what are some products that actually became hits? Featuring - Li Jianbin: Beijing Inmost Media - Se…
 
Alex and Nick are joined by their friend Dan to give a spoiler-free review of “Scream VI,” directly after seeing it in the theater together. Later, the guys discuss their favorite moments from the “Scream” franchise including favorite scenes, characters, killer reveals, exposition dumps, and much more. Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instagram …
 
The UN Security Council decides whether to renew the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan; on its twentieth anniversary, Americans and Iraqis take stock of the U.S. invasion of Iraq; and the future of the Ukraine-Russia Black Sea Grain Initiative, a vital food export agreement, is decided. Mentioned on the Podcast Max Boo…
 
The Hunger Games: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: Join us as we delve into the dystopian world of The Hunger Games, a 2012 American action film directed by Gary Ross and based on the 2008 novel by Suzanne Collins. Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth, the film is set in a post-apocalyptic future in the n…
 
The sixth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2012 features Josh’s personal pick, Zal Batmanglij’s Sound of My Voice. Directed and co-written by Zal Batmanglij and starring Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius and co-writer Brit Marling, Sound of My Voice was the first feature from longtime collaborators Batmanglij and Marling. The cont…
 
In today's broadcast, we talk to Sonja Uhlmann and Elsa O'Brien of the British Council here in Madrid about inclusive education, and the challenges and advantages of learning foreign languages for people with disabilities. Also in the broadcast, we mention the Fallas of Valencia, after the main celebrations began this Monday. Escuchar audio…
 
It's a bonus episode, of sorts, but this 499th Have You Ever Seen is definitely timely. We're recapping the Academy Awards. No one got hammered in the face by a miffed man this year, but it WAS a memorable Oscar Night. Best Picture winner Everything Everywhere All At Once won 7 awards and was the king of the evening, including taking home 3 acting …
 
Alex and Nick react to the 95th annual Academy Awards. Recorded just minutes after the live telecast ended, the guys talk about all of the big winners, the “All Quiet” wave, “Everything Everywhere” dominance, "Elvis" losing out, Brendan fuckin’ Fraser, Hugh Grant as an all-timer presenter, and much more. Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instagra…
 
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor Show Show topic: In this episode Ray reviews "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”. "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On” is a heartwarming live-action/stop-motion animated comedy-drama film about a tiny talking shell named Marcel and his life with his grandmother Connie. After his marriage end…
 
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