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Film Festival Radio

Janice Malone, Film Festival Radio

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Film Festival Radio features top guests from the world of film festivals, television, movies, sports and politics. The show has a variety of A-list celebrities, as well as indie filmmakers. Show's tagline: "The show where superstars and future stars happily co-exist together."
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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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Each week, host Colin Stryker interviews a filmmaker who has self-distributed or used creative methods to distribute their independent film. Through these interviews, Colin helps develops a picture of the landscape of independent film distribution today, and looking forward to tomorrow.
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Push In - The CineVic Podcast

CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers

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It's not easy being an independent filmmaker. Host Joyce Kline digs into all things indie film, going behind the scenes to ask real questions for the inside scoop. This podcast is where you'll find out everything new coming to CineVic, Victoria, BC, Canada’s artist-run independent film society.
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FILM FORUM PRESENTS is the official podcast of Film Forum, a nonprofit cinema in downtown New York City, founded in 1970. Each episode features audio from a special event (Q&A, intro, or conversation), recorded live at Film Forum, around our signature programming: premieres of new independent movies and world-class repertory cinema.
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Moving Radio focuses on Albertan, Canadian, and independent cinema. Join host/producer Christian Zyp and contributors Lindsey Campbell, Mark Davies & Lucas Anders monthly for entertaining interviews, film reviews, and anything else silver screen related.
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Spoilerpiece Theatre

Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel

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Boston film critics Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel help you decide what to watch by sharing spoiler-filled reviews of the latest blockbusters and independent films, across genres, including films by women, nonbinary, LGBTQ+, and BIPOC filmmakers. Opening music: "My Life as a God" by Augean Stables. Closing music: "Pants Party" by Oilhead. Show edited by Otto Klammer. Logo design by Rita Csizmadia.
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Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen. Episodes 238-299 are available at our patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/mmihpodcast
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The BBFC is independent and not-for-profit, and we’re here to help everyone in the UK choose age-appropriate films, videos and websites, wherever and however they watch or use them.
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The most entertaining TV & Film podcast on the internet! Subscribe now to get the latest episodes to your speakers each week. Currently covering Nip/Tuck, Third Watch & Lost. Also providing weekly movie recaps from classic movies as well as weekly movie reviews on recently released films. Everything you need as a TV & Film fan is all under one roof!
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TAXI TV

TAXI Independent A&R

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🚕 World's Leading Independent A&R Co. 🏁 Music Opportunities with: Record Labels / Music Publishing / Film & TV 🎵TAXI.com Phone: (818) 222-2464 Email: taxitv@taxi.com
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FRED Film Radio - English Channel

FRED Film Radio - English Channel

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Welcome to FRED’s channel in ENGLISH Are you a film lover / a film buff / a filmmaker / an actor / a film critic / a journalist / a film student / a festival organizer / a producer / a distributor / a film buyer / a sales agent/ a film publicist interested in independent cinema and film festivals? YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE FRED FILM RADIO IS YOUR RADIO ! The idea is to allow all those who cannot be at film festivals to share in the experience as if they were, and to offer more in-depth info ...
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The MAKE IT Podcast

Chris Barkley & Nicholas Buggs

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The MAKE IT podcast salutes the Indie Film Creative. Join us weekly for candid conversations with seasoned pros, offering advice, knowledge, and industry insights to fast-track the journey for aspiring film professionals. Discover inspiration and guidance tailored for your cinematic path. Enjoy the journey? Dive deeper at www.themakeitpodcast.com and follow us on Instagram and X @_makeitpodcast.
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Film Stories with Simon Brew is a podcast that looks to dig into the stories behind popular movies.From troubled productions, to rights issues, to difficulties with release to films nearly falling apart, the podcast will be looking at the stories that don't always seem apparent when watching a movie! The podcast is hosted by Simon Brew, the founder of Den Of Geek. You can find Simon at www.twitter.com/simonbrew
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Celebrating the Art of Film. The Garden Cinema is an independent art-house cinema in Central London. We invite directors, producers, actors, and film commentators to talk about the films we show. Most of our podcast episodes are recorded post-screening, and with a live audience. We welcome recommendations! Our first few episodes feature Garden Cinema founder Michael Chambers.
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films. Join a variety of hosts every Monday on YouTube & all podcasting platforms as we welcome indie creatives to talk about their work, the film world and independent filmmaking.
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The Hollywood Outsider is a weekly entertainment podcast where we discuss specific topics in film and TV, review current movies, interview independent filmmakers, and put our own spin on movies and television. Podcast Awards winner for Best TV & Film podcast. Subscribe & listen to a new HO every week!
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Horror fiends out of Rhode Island bringing you the best in film, literature, artwork, and a whole lot more! Building and supporting the horror community as a whole!
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Whirleybird Productions presents the Film Finance and Distribution Podcast: a deep dive into the business backbone of the cinematic world. We engage in insightful conversations with accomplished filmmakers, seasoned entertainment lawyers, and pivotal industry insiders. Our goal? To demystify the complex realms of film finance and distribution, equipping the next generation of filmmakers, producers, and cinema enthusiasts with knowledge about success stories, safe working practices, script ac ...
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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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The Art of Film Funding

The Art of Film Funding

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The Art of Film Funding Podcast is to educate and inform filmmakers. Author/Grantor Carole Dean interviews top professionals from the film industry for up-to-date information on film funding, production, marketing, and hybrid distribution. You will learn how to crowdfund, make an ask for funding, save money on your budgets, hear top attorneys discuss new US and state tax funding and stay abreast of current trends in the industry. Carole is President and Founder of From the Heart Productions, ...
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Hosts Adam Shartoff and Katy Mejia chat with WFF Alumni and friends of the festival about all things indie film! The WFF podcast is a platform for filmmakers to share their work and love of independent filmmaking. We also publish a select number of the best panels from the festival each year. Every year the podcast is livestreamed for three days from the filmmaker lounge during the festival and we also publish a select number of the best panels from the annual festival. The WFF supports emer ...
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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

Wes Evans: Actor, Filmmaker, Director, Writer; Todd Sapio: Actor, Producer, Musician, Athlete

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Cinema lovers unite! Two actors and filmmakers decided to cut through all the fluff and start a movie podcast where they actually discuss the film and not a million other things you don’t care about. Covering the obvious (did you like the movie?) while diving a little deeper (what is Interstellar really about? is there a bootstrap paradox?) we are having an in-depth conversation about movies and see if they hold up to scrutiny, and maybe even inform us about life or moviemaking itself. Becau ...
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David Sterritt is a film critic, author, teacher and scholar. He is most notable for his work on Alfred Hitchcock and Jean-Luc Godard, and his many years as the Film Critic for The Christian Science Monitor, where, from 1968 until his retirement in 2005, he championed avant garde cinema, theater and music. He has a PhD in Cinema Studies from New York University and is the Chairman of the National Society of Film Critics. Sterritt is known for his intelligent discussions of controversial film ...
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An independent documentary & interview series hosted by Abby Martin - reporting on war & inequality from the heart of Empire Keep Empire Files independent & ad-free: https://www.patreon.com/empirefiles Hosted, directed & written by Abby Martin (twitter.com/AbbyMartin) Produced & written by Mike Prysner (twitter.com/MikePrysner)
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Film and Family

Kent & Anna Thalman

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We're a married couple of filmmakers, supporting our family of seven through doing work we love, together. It's been a long and difficult journey, and we still have a lot to learn, but for us, it's well-worth the effort. We developed this podcast and the Feature Filmmaker Academy for anyone who wants a career making feature films, especially those balancing that pursuit with the responsibility of parenthood and providing for a family. Tune in as we study success patterns of industry professi ...
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Welcome to The Curb. A show that's all about Australian culture, film reviews, interviews, and a whole lot more... Here, you'll find discussions with Australian creatives about their work and their role in Australian culture. To find out more about what this podcast and website is about, head over to this post. Support The Curb on Patreon, and make sure to follow us on Facebook. Contact with us via our email. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Versa Manos is an award-winning Los Angeles-based talent manager and owner of Gorgeous Media Group. She brings decades of entertainment and media experience to a roster of clients, which include actors, writers, directors, and musicians. She is heavily invested in the industry, serving as an executive member of Film Independent, Women in Film, Hollywood Radio and Television Society, and American Film Institute. She previously served as the President of the Talent Managers Association. Join V ...
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Scene by Scene

Justin Johnson & Joe Lefeber

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Scene by Scene is not a traditional movie review podcast. It’s a film discussion podcast with two independent filmmakers fascinated by the filmmaking process. Every other week, Joe and Justin break down the elements of one movie to better understand how films are made, what makes a “good” one, and what makes a “bad” one. After examining the film's story and themes, visual technique, and historical, cultural, or personal significance, they discuss what they've learned.
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Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

The Crazy Ant Films Company

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Inside The Crazy Ant Farm is our weekly podcast. It provides a detailed look at the inner working of an independent production company. Okay, it's really more like seven "Crazy" guys and gals talking about the awesomeness of being indie filmmakers!! Every week we talk about our film projects, the latest industry news, weekend box office predictions and results, and the "Word of the Day"!! We also interview celebrity guests!
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In this episode, we’re excited to welcome back Shaun Seneviratne, writer, director, and producer of the micro-budget feature film "Ben and Suzanne: A Reunion in 4 Parts," which premiered at SXSW 2024. Joining him is his key collaborator, the talented producer Doron Jè Paul Mitchell. Together, they'll discuss film distribution, the evolving definiti…
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Mark and Jonny Numb discuss the 1997 independent film A Better Place. Produced by Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier, and directed by Vincent Pereira, the movie focuses on the ill-fated friendship between two high school outcasts. In this episode they also talk about 1990’s independent cinema, View Askew productions, and literate maniacs. Enjoy!…
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Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin had been asked questions many times about making a sequel to their 1996 smash hit Independence Day. Several times they came close to doing so over the years, including an ambitious plan to shoot two films back to back at one stage. Yet when it came time to move forward, the big question they faced: would Will Smith w…
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It’s time to close out BAD MOVIE MONTH for another year and we do so with many apologies in advance as we sadly have to bring you the absolute turkey that is Independence Day: Resurgence from 2016. It’s terrible. It’s horrible. So don’t watch the movie. Ever. And probably don’t listen to this episode. Go do something valuable with your life instead…
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Cannes 2024 has arrived—and our intrepid on-the-Croisette crew of Film Comment contributors is high-tailing it from screening to screening, ready to cut through the noise with a series of thoughtful dispatches, interviews, and podcasts.On today’s episode, Film Comment Editor Devika Girish sat down with Canadian filmmakers Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, …
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Cannes 2024 has arrived—and our intrepid on-the-Croisette crew of Film Comment contributors is high-tailing it from screening to screening, ready to cut through the noise with a series of thoughtful dispatches, interviews, and podcasts.For today’s episode, critics Kelli Weston and Jessica Kiang join Film Comment Editor Devika Girish to unpack three…
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It's Casual Friday! Sam speaks with Heather Digby Parton, contributing writer at Salon.com and proprietor of the blog Hullabaloo, to round up the week in news. Then, he's joined by Matthew Film Guy! First, Sam runs through updates on South Africa’s emergency ICJ injunction to stop Israel’s assault on Rafah, aid to Israel and Gaza, Trump’s legal woe…
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In a special episode of the podcast, Fiona Shaw CBE is the guest, as she joins to chat about her career, and her latest movie, IF. Topics of conversation in this chat? The problem with her bathroom, plus working on films such as Super Mario Bros and The Avengers. Then there's her time working with Terrence Malick, her work with Brian De Palma, and …
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Lucas Anders interviews Darrin Hagen (director) about the documentary PRIDE V. PREJUDICE: The Delwin Vriend Story. It is a Special Preview Screening as part of Rainbow Visions FIlm Festival on Sun May 19th at 4 pm at the Metro CInema. Darrin Hagen and others will be there for a Q&A. "Pride vs. Prejudice: The Delwin Vriend Story" delves into the riv…
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Mark and David Cross (@ItsMeDavidCross on X) kick off the first ever Hacktion tournament by pitting eight action heroes up against eight horror villains. In this episode, Sarah Connor, Jason Voorhees, Trantor the Troll, Beatrix Kiddo, Stripe the Gremlin, and more battle each other to claim ultimate victory.…
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Send us a Text Message. Our spoiler free review of the new film, New Life, written and directed John Rosman, and starring Sonya Walger (Tell Me You Love Me), Hayley Erin (Pretty Little Liars: Perfectionists & General Hospital) and Tony Amendola (Rebel Moon Pt I, Annabelle). This film is available for rent on VOD currently in the US and Vertigo Rele…
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What happens when all three critics on Spoilerpiece have problems with both movies on the docket? Listen and you’ll find out! First up is director/co-writer Michelle Schumacher’s YOU CAN’T RUN FOREVER (2:26), a wannabe thriller starring Schumacher’s husband J.K. Simmons, Schumacher’s daughter Olivia Simmons, and a bunch of people who apparently did…
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Cannes 2024 has arrived—and our intrepid on-the-Croisette crew of Film Comment contributors is high-tailing it from screening to screening, ready to cut through the noise with a series of thoughtful dispatches, interviews, and podcasts.For this episode, Film Comment Editor Devika Girish is joined by Cannes veterans and all-star FC critics Bilge Ebi…
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It’s an EmMajority Report Thursday! She speaks with Regina Kunzel, professor of history and women's, gender, and sexuality studies at Yale University, to discuss her recent book In the Shadow of Diagnosis: Psychiatric Power and Queer Life. Then, she speaks with Beshara Doumani, professor of Palestinian studies at Brown University, to discuss the 76…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 186 from December 2018 with writer actor Katie J. Stone and I thought this was a nice pairing for Deborah because they both are actors who have other roles in the industry, Katie is a writer and producer, currently working on the new show Splinter Cell which is currently…
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Cannes 2024 has arrived—and our intrepid on-the-Croisette crew of Film Comment contributors is high-tailing it from screening to screening, ready to cut through the noise with a series of thoughtful dispatches, interviews, and podcasts.To kick things off, Film Comment Editor Devika Girish sat down with our contributor Beatrice Loayza (stay tuned fo…
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It's Hump Day! Sam speaks with writer and labor organizer Mindy Isser to discuss her recent piece in In These Times entitled "In Labor’s Mission to Organize the South, Another Domino Could Soon Fall." Then, he speaks with Anna Clark, reporter at ProPublica covering issues in the MidWest, to discuss her recent reporting on the Flint water crisis, 10…
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Another week of apes is coming down your speaker as we move into week three of PLANET OF THE APES MONTH by going over the 2014 film that is Dawn of the Planet of the Apes! How is this movie even more epic than last week? How on earth once again did Andy Serkis not got nominated for an Oscar? Why do we want to make Jason Clarke more of a thing and s…
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Ernesto (Armando Espitia) is a young Guatemalan anthropologist tasked with identifying the bones of the people killed by the military government in the 1980s. One day, while hearing the account of an old woman, he thinks he has found a lead that might guide him to his father, a 'guerrillero' who went missing during the war. Meanwhile, his mother Cr…
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Welcome to a new episode of The Film Stage Show! Brian Roan and Robyn Bahr discuss Jane Schoenbrun's I Saw the TV Glow with special guest Katie Rife.Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. All new Patreon supporters receive a free 4K UHD or Blu-ray upon joining.The Fi…
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Send us a Text Message. What Did We Just Watch? is back and it is crazy as ever. On this episode we dig into the follower picks of Uncle Peckerhead and Tiffany the Doll, two very different but very bonkers films that we need to be seen to be believed. Make sure to follow us on social media to give us your crazy picks for the next What Did We Just W…
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It's News Day Tuesday! Sam and Emma break down the biggest headlines of the day. First, they're joined by Mohamed Aldaghma, who still has family in Gaza after the Rafah crossing was closed, to discuss some recent developments with them and what the state of affairs is on the ground in Gaza. They also speak with David Dayen, executive editor at The …
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Well… we might have hit the lowest point of the season, but your hosts are still eager to talk about it. Rossi and Jarrod are here to recap episode 9 of The Amazing Race 36 as we talk about our favorite drink, Jameson, laugh about Rod’s confidence in playing baseball, and question the most out of place post-race package. We also express our annoyan…
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Tracy Martin is a performer, worldwide acting coach, career coach, and writer. She’s never stopped working in the entertainment industry since her debut in her first grade play. She was an elf; She hasn’t grown much since. Tracy has successfully coached children, teens and young adults to land roles in television, film, commercials, and voiceover. …
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Frankly, I just can’t seem to wrap my head around what the MLC (Mechanical Licensing Collective) does. I think I’m reasonably intelligent, but that’s just my opinion and I’m biased ;-) But, every time I hear what the MLC does and who might have money coming to them, I understand it at the moment, then can’t remember the complexities an hour later.M…
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Avant-garde cinema emerged in direct conversation with the film criticism that contextualized, championed, and critiqued it. Writing about work that is premised on defying formulaic intelligibility, and which invites us to reach beyond language to other modes of interpretation, can be both challenging and thrilling—requiring the critic to draw on a…
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On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we are headed back to the land Charlton Heston built. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes takes place generations after the events of "War". This time, a group of civilized primates are viciously attacked, which leaves one of their own - Noa - to set off on a journey to save his clan. The less you kn…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, Chris and Nick talk with filmmaker Nathan Rigaud. Nathan shares his background and experience in filmmaking, including working on sets and creating his own animated content. They discuss challenges in the indie film industry and the importance of proper planning, collaboration, and starting small. The group also explo…
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We narrate Will Ferrell’s “Stranger Than Fiction” and discuss: Cinematography, infinite zoom, story through shadows; Story & Writing, rule of repeats, naming conventions, ticking clock; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Kind words don’t cost much. Yet they accomplish much.“ – Blaise Pascal Notes & References: “Office Zombies” short film –…
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As jury president of Rivera International Film Festival 2024, the director Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”, “Blonde”) tells us what “power have films to evoke a range of emotions in viewers, from worry to excitement. A good film takes place in the viewer’s mind and stomach, creating a personal and immers…
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Happy Monday! Sam & Emma host Teresa Ghilarducci, director of the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) at The New School, to discuss her recent book Work, Retire, Repeat: The Uncertainty of Retirement in the New Economy. First, Sam and Emma run through updates on the State Department’s Leahy Law report, the contradictory evacuation …
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films . Join a variety of hosts every Monday as we welcome indie creatives to talk about their work, the film world and independent filmmaking. More of a visual person? Watch our show here. This week, host Rosie Dean (⁠⁠@rosiedean21) is…
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UK-based filmmaker Richard Mansfield has been making micro-budget horror features for some two decades. After a few early experiences with more or less traditional distribution, Richard turned to self-distribution for the rest of his movies. He’s now up to 14 of them, and still going strong. Richard’s experience is a case study in ultra low budget …
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This week we welcome Actor and Producer Deborah Lee Smith on the show to talk about freelance producing, acting and how she balances her many jobs to get a sustainable career in filmmaking. She also talks about working as a producer on Butterfly in the Sky, the documentary about Reading Rainbow. After that we play another round of The Game, enjoy! …
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Mark and Zanandi (@ZaNandi on X) discuss the 2009 science fiction horror film Pandorum. Directed by Chrstian Alvart, and starring Ben Foster, Dennis Quaid, Antje Traue, and hundreds of ill-tempered mutants, the movie focuses on what happens when an interstellar arc becomes an interstellar house of horrors. In this episode, they also talk about spac…
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The Halloween franchise was at a crossroads after Rob Zombie's 2009 movie, Halloween II. There was only one logical thing to do next: er, Halloween 3D, which was set for the early 2010s. The first in a line of false starts, that'd eventually take us to 2018's wildly-successful reboot/reimagining. Some reshoot work on that was done for the ending to…
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It’s time to flick into gear once more in season 7 of 24 as we get into our episode three recap of day 7 and go over 10am-11am! Is this episode a bit of a drop from last week or a big improvement? Why is Taylor such a great President? Do we like the Janis drama with Sean or is it just a tad silly? How epic is the Jack and Tony interrogation scene? …
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