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A podcast series presented by the International Dairy Foods Association and Ever.Ag. The Dairy Download is a 30-minute podcast hosted by Phil Plourd and Kathleen Noble Wolfley of Ever.Ag that covers dairy market news and offers fresh guest commentary on the consumer and policy trends shaping dairy. Breezy and informative, The Dairy Download takes listeners through a top-line report on the CME dairy markets, and then dives into the headlines and trends shaping dairy production, consumption an ...
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Welcome to the podcast of IDFA. The IDFA podcast contains post screening Q&A's, Doc Talks and Industry Talks Sessions. Please check out other recordings of talks and events of IDFA at idfa.nl and subscribe to the podcast to stay up to date.
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Regular film show from the Cinetopia podcast team, reviewing the latest releases (slanted towards arthouse cinema), and interviews with film professionals as well as highlighting industry specific masterclasses we produce in Edinburgh. Cinetopia is a organisation aiming to make film and filmmaking more approachable and diverse within Edinburgh and beyond. We offer low-cost film screenings for local communities & organise free networking events that bring filmmakers in the early stages of the ...
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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 ...
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From increasing dairy capacity and rising exports to decreased milk production and variable consumer demand, the beginning of 2024 has presented the dairy industry with plenty of tailwinds and headwinds. What was the most surprising market trend from the past few months? What factors will drive the dairy market moving forward? Tune in to get insigh…
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Sweet dreams are truly made of cheese! From brie, mozzarella, and parmesan to pepperoncino and burrata, there’s a cheese for every occasion. More and more consumers are reaching for specialty cheeses for their cooking, charcuterie, and snacking needs. What does that mean for innovation in specialty cheeses? How do cheese companies adapt to changing…
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On our April show Cinetopia's Amanda Rogers and show regular, Clara Strachan, review Alex Garland's CIVIL WAR, Dev Patel's MONKEY MAN, Ryusuke Hamaguchi's EVIL DOES NOT EXIST (spoiler alert!), and Simon Chamber's documentary, MUCH ADO ABOUT DYINGRun of Show - 3:40 - CIVIL WAR31:30 - MONKEY MAN39:30 - EVIL DOES NOT EXIST58:05 - MUCH ADO ABOUT DYING…
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AI is on the cutting edge of new and growing technology that can be leveraged to enhance production, supply chain efficiency, and product sales. How are dairy companies adapting to incorporate this tool into their operations? What else is on the horizon for AI, and how can the dairy industry rise to meet it? Joining us this week on The Dairy Downlo…
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Hi everyone, Aylin Gökmen here, with a new episode featuring a conversation with Pablo Álvarez-Mesa about his film, The Soldier’s Lagoon (2024), which received the Docs in Orbit Invitation Award at Cannes Doc-Marché du Film last year. The Soldier’s Lagoon is a strikingly beautiful and multi-layered piece centered on the Colombian páramo region. The…
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Consumer debt is on the rise. Interest rates and land values remain high. Global agricultural trade has been flat while production increases. So, where is the ag economy headed? Joining us this week on The Dairy Download are two guests who know the ins and outs of agricultural markets. Corey Geiger, the lead economist for dairy production and proce…
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Our March episode is maybe our most film-packed episode yet! We review big cinema releases, Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part II and Radu Jude’s Don’t Expect Too Much from The End of the World, both out in cinemas this month. Plus we give our full coverage of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival 2024 including a review of Tummy Monster, La Chimera, and an…
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GLP-1 medications such as Ozempic are traditionally prescribed to treat diabetes and obesity. But recently, these drugs have broken into the mainstream as a weight loss solution. As we learn more about the implications and long-term effects of these drugs, questions arise about their impact on food demand. Are medications like Ozempic here to stay?…
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Hello everyone. This is Hosein Jalilvand in Geneva with a new episode for Docs in Orbit featuring a conversation with Matthew Lancit about his latest film, Play Dead! (2023). Play Dead! is a funny, tender video diary on living with diabetes, where Lancit playfully transforms his personal experience and fear of dying into a body horror film, where a…
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The 33.8 million meals served each day in public schools provide a variety of healthy foods and beverages, including milk and dairy. Milk contains 13 essential nutrients that are critical to ensure children’s healthy growth and development. It is also the primary source of protein, vitamin D, calcium, and potassium for kids aged 2-18. School meals …
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On our February edition of the Cinetopia Show, our team Amanda Rogers, Simon Bowie, and Garry Arnot, preview the IberoDocs Film Festival and Glasgow Film Festival plus review the recent films AMERICAN FICTION, THE ZONE OF INTEREST, and OCCUPIED CITY. Amanda also sits down with the director of THE CASTLE, Martin Benchimol, to discuss his award winni…
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America currently faces chronic food insecurity and many families across the country struggle with hunger every day. Dairy products are nutrient-dense, and increasing access to affordable options can increase food security for those struggling the most. This week on The Dairy Download, we are joined by two guests who are working to increase access …
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Sporting events bring friends and family together to celebrate, cheer on your team, and serve up some delicious meals. With one of the biggest American game days right around the corner, let’s look at what is in dairy’s starting lineup for the event! This week on The Dairy Download, we talk with two experts in marketing and brand engagement with le…
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Despite its recent economic woes and slowing dairy import demand, China represents an expansive market with new opportunities for long-term growth for U.S. dairy exports. This week on The Dairy Download, we talk with two experts who have served with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) and USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) to …
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On our first episode of 2024, show co-producer Jim Ross and show regulars Clara Strachan and Simon Bowie join Amanda from Cinetopia (https://cinetopia.co.uk) to discuss three new release films in the UK, POOR THINGS (dir. Yorgos Lanthimos), PRISCILLA (dir. SOFIA COPPOLA), and SCALA!!! Or, the Incredibly Strange Rise and Fall of the World's Wildest …
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As 2023 comes to a close, The Dairy Download takes a look at some of the year’s market trends, surprises, highs and lows, and dives into what we might see in 2024. How did Mexico’s strength and China’s weakness impact dairy exports? How did consumer demand fluctuate throughout the year and what did that mean for the dairy market? Tune in to get ins…
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Trade with India. Rising interest rates. Alcoholic dairy drinks. If it impacted the dairy industry, we covered it this year on The Dairy Download. Join our hosts for a special year-in-review episode as we take a look back at this year’s notable topics and quotable guests. If your company is interested in sponsoring a block of episodes of The Dairy …
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We are releasing a conversation recorded on Tuesday, November 14th, 2023, at IDFA, where I met with Julian Ross and Farah Hasanbegović to recap Corresponding Cinemas. Corresponding Cinemas was a new series at IDFA this year, and in many ways, it was an experiment to see what invisible connections surface when an institution decides to transfer over…
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Delicious, festive, and popular – beverages like eggnog, cream, and coffee drinks see the spotlight during different seasons throughout the year. On a new The Dairy Download, two guests with an eye on the market for beverages share what beverage trends mean for dairy demand. How does demand for dairy products shift around the holidays? Dawn Burns, …
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On the November edition of the Cinetopia Radio show and podcast, Cinetopia's Amanda Rogers is joined with show regular Garry Arnot and Amaya Bañuelos Marco as we review the palme d’or winning, Anatomy of a Fall (Justine Triet) plus new release films including the Scottish documentary Loch Ness: They Created a Monster (John MacLaverty), which was sc…
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Integrity, courage, commitment – veterans of the U.S. armed forces possess unique values and skillsets that lift up the dairy industry. This Veteran’s Day, we talk with two veterans who have successfully transitioned from active duty to leadership roles within the dairy industry. How can veterans translate their military experience into marketable …
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Today is the first day of the 36th edition of IDFA, the world's largest documentary film festival - a twelve-day event in Amsterdam featuring more than 250 titles in 22 sections. Earlier this week, I sat with Orwa Nyrabia, the Artistic Director of the festival, to speak with him about the role, responsibility and relevancy of film festivals and how…
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An abandoned house opens the door to revisit the past by bringing to life a unique, nearly destroyed image archive from the unrecognized territory on the border of the Black Sea: Abkhazia. A place normally inaccessible for Georgians because of the ethnic conflict that happened between Georgia and Abkhazia back in 1993. Combining voice, archive, and…
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Skim milk, or whole? The Dietary Guidelines for Americans has long held that Americans should limit saturated fats from dairy products for a healthy diet. But does that recommendation conflict with the latest science on dairy fats? In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we talk with two nutrition experts about current efforts to update dietar…
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It's been a few days since Dok Leipzig wrapped up, but we are still reminiscing about the films we encountered and the people we met. So, we made a little souvenir of our time there, featuring a collection of voice memos from a cross-section of festival attendees sharing their favorite film discoveries from this year's event. FEATURING: Juliette Me…
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On this October edition of the Cinetopia radio show and podcast, Show co-producer Jim Ross and show regular Simon Bowie reviewed films from the London Film Festival including Emerald Fennel's Saltburn as well as Martin Scorsese KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON as well as EILEEN. Amanda sat down with Paul Bruce Director of the Edinburgh Short Film Festiva…
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Twenty-six years ago, for the 35th New York Film Festival, curators Gavin Smith and Mark McElhatten introduced the festival's experimental sidebar, Views from the Avant-Garde. While their inaugural program featured names like Stan Brakhage, Gregory Markopoulos, and Nathaniel Dorsky, it also opened a space where voices experimenting with cinema's la…
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From Mexico to the Middle East, people around the world enjoy dairy products exported from the U.S. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with Alexis Taylor, USDA under secretary for trade and foreign affairs, about her role in keeping the U.S. a go-to for international dairy business. In an in-depth interview, Under Secretary Taylo…
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As we prepared for the festival, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Franka Sachse, a director and animator who is also the curator for the Animation Night at DOK Leipzig. Aylin Gökmen moderates the conversation. The Animation Night is scheduled for Friday, October 13th, featuring Tess Martin showcasing several of her short films that provide …
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What makes hot chocolate, pumpkin pie and strawberry daiquiris even better? Often, it’s a dollop of dairy – of the whipped variety. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with two leaders innovating the whipped cream space and bringing a dash of aerosol goodness to your favorite treats. First up is Tracy Luckow, co-founder and presid…
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On the September episode the Cinetopia show, the team (this month Jim Ross, Clara Strachan, Simon Bowie, and Amanda Rogers) cover four new release films that are currently out in cinemas: FREMONT (dir. Babak Jalali), PAST LIVES (dir. Celine Song), EL CONDE (dir. Pablo Larraín) and BROTHER (dir. Clement Virgo). Amanda also interviews Anna Hints, dir…
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From reducing methane emissions to implementing recyclable packaging, U.S. dairy is making environmental sustainability a priority. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, our guests shed light on innovative ways dairy companies are leading on climate action. First up is Britt Lundgren, Senior Director of Sustainability and Government Affairs …
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The 76th edition of the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland has come to a close, but we are still thinking about many of the films we encountered there. For our recap, we invited a cross-section of attendees to share their favorite film discoveries. Included in this episode are films from nearly every section of the festival - the Concorso Interna…
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On this August episode the Cinetopia team (this month Jim Ross, Garry Arnot, and Amanda Rogers) cover the Barbenheimer movies, Greta Gerwig's BARBIE and Christopher Nolan's OPPENHEIMER. We continue our coverage of Edinburgh International Film Festival which begins this week (18th-23rd August) with reviews of PASSAGES directed by Ira Sachs, and AFIR…
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Eat your vegetables. Drink your milk. You’ll grow big and strong! Children often hear these adages at the dinner table. But how much do we tailor our food to benefit our health? Can up-and-coming food trends – such as clean label, all-natural products – heal and boost our bodies? In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with two leader…
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This year was a special year for the Golden Apricot International Film Festival in Yerevan. It celebrated its 20th anniversary and also the 100-year anniversary of Armenian cinema. To recap the event, we invited filmmakers, film critics, and other guests to share their impressions about a favorite film they encountered at the festival. We hope you …
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On this month's episode, Cinetopia's Amanda is joined by film critic and show regular, Simon Bowie, to review a nice selection of summer films. First up is Mission: Impossible 7 - Dead Reckoning Part 1, 2 hours and 49 minutes of action and not much else (in our opinion :)). Next up is a new charming dutch documentary, SHABU, directed Shamira Raphae…
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A conversation with Karen Avetisyan, the Artistic Director and CEO of the Golden Apricot Film Festival in Yerevan, Armenia, which took place from the 9 - 16th of July. This year it marked a double milestone for the festival, celebrating both its 20th anniversary as well as the 100th anniversary of Armenian Cinema. Eka Tsotsoria traveled to Yerevan …
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Aired originally 20th June, 2023 on EHFM - This month, show host and Cinetopia co-founder, Amanda Rogers is joined by Cinetopia curator Amaya Bañuelos Marco and show regular and critic, Clara Strachan, to review the 2023 Sheffield Doc/Fest. They review together 4 films from this year's programme: TISH, YOUR FAT FRIEND, THE CASTLE, and LONELY OAKS. …
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The sun is out, temperatures are rising and kids are out of school. It’s summer – time for flip flops, pool time and a few scoops of ice cream. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we talk with a few leaders dishing out delicious in the frozen treat space. First, we hear from Jinny Lam, Director of Category Growth for Ice Cream at Tillamook…
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Director & DOP Kirsten Johnson, President of the 2023 Œil d’or Jury, and writer, director, and producer Guetty Felin in conversation about the many ways filmmaking creates possibilities to search for the invisible, to bring life to the dead and to time travel in our own lives. This discussion was organized by Cannes Docs - Marché du Film with the s…
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An impenetrable Field of Optimism: Intersections of the Personal and Political in Documentary Filmmaking - Filmmakers Zeynep Güzel, Mina Keshavarz and Sahra Mani (Bread and Roses, Special Screenings, Festival de Cannes 2023), will come together to discuss their work, dreams, aspirations, and hopes for the future, both professional and personal. Thi…
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Moving beyond Empathy and Equity in Global Stories - A panel discussion presented at this year's Cannes Docs - Doc Day with producer, writer, and director Mehret Mandefro. Mehret Mandefro is an Emmy-nominated producer, writer, entrepreneur, physician and thought leader who champions the creative arts as a path to developing a more just society. Her…
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Panel discussion presented at Cannes Docs 2023 at the Marché du Film, Festival de Cannes and curated in partnership with the DAE - Documentary Association of Europe The documentary industry, like the rest of the audiovisual chain, has been in a radical period of transformation in the last 10 years. We hear more and more often about content and form…
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Panel discussion presented at Cannes Docs 2023 at the Marché du Film, Festival de Cannes on May 20, 2023 and curated in partnership with the DAE - Documentary Association of Europe Parts of the independent film industry are currently engaged in a crucial discussion about the need for more equitable and accountable curation in film programming and s…
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No one loves dairy quite like India. The world’s most populous country consumes more dairy than any other country in the world, but it also produces the most milk. How then can the United States gain significant market access? In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with two experts about the policy and business opportunities ahead fo…
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To kick off our collaboration with Cannes Docs this year, we sat with Pierre-Alexis Chevit, the head of Cannes Docs, and Babette Dieu, the coordinator for the event, to hear about this year’s thoughtfully designed program. They also share their personal experiences that shaped their interest in documentaries and the importance of creating physical …
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Amanda Rogers from Cinetopia was joined by Garry Arnot and Clara Strachan to discuss four new release films this month: The Eight Mountains directed by Felix Van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch currently out in cinemas. Plan 75 Chie Hayakawa, a Japanese film also out incinemas at the moment. Master Gardener, Paul Schrader's latest film out o…
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The festival may have come to a close, but many of the films have continued to stir something inside us. This episode features a collection of voice memos gathered from a cross-section of attendees at Visions du Réel, sharing their responses to a film they encountered at the festival. ----- FEATURING: Nicole Chi, Director of Guián, about This Woman…
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Whether it’s a slice of pizza or a prime-cut steak, whether it’s served on a white tablecloth or in a cardboard box, restaurant food has become a staple of American diets. But even with pandemic shutdowns and restrictions primarily in the rearview, food service still faces obstacles to attracting diners. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download,…
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