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Best Ingmar podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Ingmar podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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+Katapult gives you fresh insights into impact investing and how we can solve global challenges like poverty and climate. And of course, lots of healthy debates around new technologies. Every fortnight, Aurore Belfrage talks to some of the brilliant minds in technology and impact, in her search for answers to some of our most pressing questions.
 
Get inspired and stay motivated with insights from health professionals, mindfulness teachers, scientists, business leaders, artists, and peak performers. Join Montreal psychologist Dr. Joe Flanders in his long-form discussions of the science and practice of well-being with well-known thought-leaders. Joe stays grounded in evidence-based practices, while exploring innovative and controversial trends in the well-being space. The conversations are unscripted and real so you’ll get accessible e ...
 
“Thy Soul shall bear Witness” (Körkarlen) by the Swedish Nobel Laureate Selma Lagerlöf is a kind of spooky Novel. It was first published in 1912 and in English in 1922, the same year as the international release of the Silent Movie “The Phantom Carriage”, today considered a classic movie, and one that strongly influenced the Swedish Director Ingmar Bergman. A second Movie based on the Novel was made again in 1958. In English the Novel is today very rare, very few copies are said to exist.- I ...
 
Deep Focus is a weekly radio show about movies and New Haven, Connecticut. The show is broadcast live every Thursday from 12 - 1pm on WNHH 103.5 FM, and available via webstream at www.newhavenindependent.org. During each episode, host Tom Breen talks with people from New Haven who make, work on, present, or otherwise think deeply about movies. The second segment of each show features a round-table review of a new release just hitting the Elm City.
 
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In this Episode, Kyle sits down with Elizabeth Nielson and Ingmar Gorman, Co-founders of Fluence, Training in Psychedelic Integration. They are both therapists on the MAPS clinical trial for MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD. 3 Key Points: Elizabeth and Ingmar are co-founders of Fluence, an online Psychedelic Integration Training program. If psy…
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney explore the inner workings of the Oscars, offer their opinions on STAR TREK: PICARD, reveal so-called "great" movies that they don't actually like, explain what "lampshading" is and why it's …
 
Brad and Al of the Director's Club finish things off as hosts with The Final Chapter of the Bergman 101, where we look at all of the efforts of Ingmar Bergman that made it to a movie screen. Even considering his earlier landmark films, Bergman's scope is wider here than ever: touching on theater, television, the opera, and even Hollywood (in "The T…
 
The Finleys get all Swedish auteur on you and discuss two of Ingmar Bergman's seminal works: The Seventh Seal (1957) and Scenes from a Marriage (1974).If you like what we do, consider becoming a Patreon subscriber at the $5+ per month level. Those who do will receive TWO additional episodes per month and access to the Patreon-only archives.…
 
Ingmar Bergman's 1966 film Persona has been adapted into a stage play and it is the opening production at the newly revamped Riverside Studios in London The Lighthouse, starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson is a black and white film set in a claustrophobic remote isolated lighthouse where the two keepers begin to rub each other up the wrong wa…
 
In our 182nd episode we're talking spine #211 & 212 in the Criterion Collection: Ingmar Bergman's THE SILENCE (1963) & Vilgot Sjoman's INGMAR BERGMAN MAKES A MOVIE (1963). First RJ talks about more 70s sci fi selections from Criterion Channel like DARK STAR, ULTIMATE WARRIOR, and LOGAN'S RUN. Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry …
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney talk about what makes a great jukebox soundtrack, how to critique a film you don't agree with politically, the origin of Critically Acclaimed, the Bong Joon-ho movie that neither of our hosts…
 
In our 186th episode we're talking spine #216 in the Criterion Collection: Jean Renoir's THE RULES OF THE GAME from 1939. First RJ talks about THINGS, THE GREASY STRANGLER, and THE NIGHT STALKER, then Jarrett talks about DON'T FUCK WITH CATS: HUNTING AN INTERNET KILLER.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out …
 
The Finley boys discuss one of the Hollywood's longest working boys--Mickey Rooney--and two of his movies: Boys Town (1938) and Drive a Crooked Road (1954).If you like what we do, consider becoming a Patreon subscriber at the $5+ per month level. Those who do will receive TWO additional episodes per month and access to the Patreon-only archives.…
 
Why, oh why did they make a sequel to THE BOY? And why, oh why did they make it like BRAHMS: THE BOY II? This week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold review the latest horror sequel, the Jane Austen remake EMMA, the dense political thriller THE LAST THING HE WANTED, and the light political comedy BUFFALOED! Br…
 
Every month on THE IRON LIST, the Patrons of the Critically Acclaimed Network get to pick a topic for a giant-sized episode! And this month, since '90s nostalgia is everywhere, they picked THE MOVIES THAT DEFINED THE 1990s! Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they highlight the films that, for better or worse, represent 1990s c…
 
Mexican documentary Midnight Family follows a family-run private ambulance in Mexico City racing to the scenes of accidents in order to earn a livingMasculinities:Liberation Through Photography, is a new exhibition at The Barbican in London, about how masculinity is experienced, perfomed, coded and socially constructed.Actress is the latest novel f…
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney talk about the subconscious (or conscious) bias against animation, the movies that changed them, the unexpected problems that befall movie projectionists, the Movie Trivia Schmoedown, nitpick…
 
In our 185th episode we're talking spine #215 in the Criterion Collection: Roman Polanski's KNIFE IN THE WATER from 1962. First we're joined by Creeps Patreon Co-Host Regular Frank Solano, and we talk about PARASITE, BATTLE ROYALE, THE EXORCIST, PAIN AND GLORY, PROJECT SHADOWCHASER 2: NIGHT SIEGE, and UNIVERSAL SOLDIER.Podcast's intro song 'Here Co…
 
Is SONIC THE HEDGEHOG really the best video game movie ever made? This week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics Witney Seibold and William Bibbiani crack open the blockbuster kids flick and find out! Also this week, Bibbs and Witney review the new animated comedy A SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE: FARMAGEDDON, and two promising new romances for Valentine's…
 
Tom Stoppard has a new play - Leopoldstadt - a slightly autobiographical telling of the story of several generations of a wealthy Jewish family in Europe over 6 decades, from 1899 How many different cinematic versions of Jane Austen novels does the world need? What does The latest Emma - directed by a former photographer/ pop video director - bring…
 
There are very few brands that are more beloved amongst horror fans than Hammer, the production company that redefined classic monsters and pumped the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s full of sensuality and bright red blood. But their television series, HAMMER HOUSE OF HORROR, only lasted one season. What gives?! It's got all the style and all the amazing ca…
 
In our 184th episode we're talking spine #214 in the Criterion Collection: William Dieterle's THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER from 1941. First RJ talks about MA, CAPTIVE STATE, and THE FURY, then Jarrett talks about PROJECT SHADOWCHASER and AMERICAN FACTORY.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming …
 
Love, Attachment, and Couples Therapy with Dr. Sue Johnson“Relationships are the keystone of our lives.They are as important to us as our next breath.”In this episode of the Mindspace podcast, Dr. Joe speaks with Dr. Sue Johnson. Sue is a pioneer in the field of couples therapy. Alongside Dr. Les Greenberg, Dr. Johnson developed emotionally focused…
 
In this episode, Joe interviews Jon S. on his experience in the psilocybin-assisted trials for alcohol dependency at NYU. In the show, they dive into Jon’s background and how psilocybin assisted therapy helped him out of his alcohol dependence and into a new life. 3 Key Points: Jon participated in the NYU Double-Blind Trial of Psilocybin-Assisted T…
 
Surprise! Bong Joon-ho's PARASITE has won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and that's a historic first! In this bonus episode of CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold break the Oscars down award by award, moment by moment, drop fascinating Academy Awards trivia and debate the best and worst parts of the movie ind…
 
The first big superhero movie of the decade is here, but is BIRDS OF PREY AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN one of the best superhero movies of all time, or a missed opportunity to go even weirder? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold debate the new DC superhero film and also review the new releases THE LODGE, COME TO…
 
The Finleys take on the 1968 Academy Award nominees for Best Picture, each of them films from 1967: Bonnie and Clyde, Doctor Dolittle, The Graduate, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and In the Heat of the Night.If you like what we do, consider becoming a Patreon subscriber at the $5+ per month level. Those who do will receive TWO additional episodes p…
 
Director Agnieszka Holland assembles a cast including James Norton and Vanessa Kirby to tell the story of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones who in 1933 travelled to Soviet Russia and told the truth about the famine in Ukraine.At the National Theatre, Clint Dyer directs the play he has co-written with Roy Williams, Death of England, starring Rafe Spall …
 
A spy series where the spies are all amateurs, and get swapped out every week?! MASQUERADE starred Rod Taylor, Kirstie Alley and Greg Evigan as espionage agents who recruit everyday Americans to do freelance spy jobs for the U.S. government, and it's the perfect excuse to get dazzling guest stars like Cybill Shepherd, Ernest Borgnine, Susan George,…
 
It's an all-new episode of WE'VE GOT MAIL, the podcast where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold answer YOUR letters! This week, Bibbs and Witney explore the complex legacy of MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000, and consider whether MST3K may have actually done more harm than good! They also consider the potentially apocalyptic future of Pix…
 
In our 183rd episode we're talking spine #213 in the Criterion Collection: Laurence Olivier's RICHARD III from 1955. First RJ talks about more 70s sci fi selections from Criterion Channel like THX-1138, ROLLERBALL, and SOYLENT GREEN, then RJ and Jarrett talk about the Safdie Brothers short films on Criterion, UNCUT GEMS, and Jarrett talks about HAI…
 
In this episode, Joe interviews Joost Breeksema from the Netherlands to talk about the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research. In the show they cover topics on ICPR 2020, and the importance of accessibility. 3 Key Points: The Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research takes place April 24-26, 2020 in the Netherlands. It's im…
 
The Academy Awards are almost here, and film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here with their picks for who should win, and who actually will! Will JOKER prevail over PARASITE? Does ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD stand a chance against 1917? And what about all those finicky technical awards and short subjects that lots of people in th…
 
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