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The award-winning podcast from the curated streaming service MUBI. In season 2 titled "Only in Theaters," host Rico Gagliano travels the globe to tell the stories of movie theaters that made history — from the Parisian cinema that launched revolutions both on screen and in the streets...to the humble midwest theater that turned a flop called HAROLD AND MAUDE into a cult phenomenon. Tune in weekly for deep dives into cinemas great and small. And sometimes both. Season one titled "Lost In Tran ...
 
A retrospective and discussion hosted by Chuck Zlatkin and Steve Gould, the men behind the programming at the Elgin Cinema in NYC from 1970-1977 along with their weekly cable television show about the film biz called Movie Watch. Come join us and our guests for a trip down and throughout cinema, tv, New York City, the 1970s and of course life long friendship. Mubi Copy and Paste link: https://mubi.com/notebook/posts/mubi-podcast-season-2-episode-2-the-elgin-and-el-topo-plunge-nyc-into-midnit ...
 
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.
 
Willkommen auf meiner Reise, die vor allem dazu dient, dich im Leben weiter zu bringen! Ich bin 24 Jahre alt, Student und habe gemeinsam mit einem Freund ein Unternehmen gegründet. Ich möchte diese Reise dokumentieren und dich laufend updaten, wie es so läuft und was allgemein in meinem Leben so passiert, was für Projekte anstehen und alles was dazu gehört. Warum? Weil ich glaube, dass der eigentliche Prozess, den man auf dem Weg zum "Erfolg" durch macht, deutlich interessanter und lehrreich ...
 
Not sure what to watch on Netflix UK? Don't know if that Amazon original is any good? Welcome to The VOD Pod, the essential podcast for UK streamers. Hidden gems. Big releases. Double-bills that go with what's in cinemas. Join Nathanael Smith and VODzilla.co every two weeks, as we recommend and discuss the films and TV shows that you need on your watchlist, from Netflix and NOW TV to MUBI, Shudder and beyond - and with a different guest each time, there's something to match all tastes.
 
Join us, Cris and Jack, on Ocd Geeks, a podcast not only about mental health. Our focus is on our hobbies. Among them - Music, books, tv series and movies, technology, gaming, language learning, Italian culture, manga, anime and much more! We believe that focusing on our passions is a great way to dismantle our negative thoughts. Feel free to reach as at cris.ocdgeeks@gmail.com and jack.ocdgeeks@gmail.com. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @cris_ocdgeeks and jack_ocdgeeks. We would love to ...
 
Craig Fields and David Long venture to the cinema to watch and review almost all the films being played. They bring you all the latest with the Oscars & Awards season, from BAFTA to SAG, plus the latest film reviews, news and general chat about the world of cinema and Hollywood. They then let you know what movies are worth it both from the cinema and from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, MUBI, Disney +, Apple TV + and more. So if you love films, why not give this movie ...
 
"F. L. I. C. K. S." is a podcast by filmmaker and journalist Jason Verney, in collaboration with his production company, NativeNomadPictures.com (NNP) and his movies & music website, MiniMiniMovie.com (MMM), and stands for: Films Life Interviews Camera Korea Sounds 'FLICKS' SERIES DESCRIPTION: An Odd Plod, Nod & Pod to "NO-MADe-land"... This podcast can be seen as an apology perhaps, to those who may be awaiting the yet to be completed South Korean documentary by Mr Verney. Jason talks about ...
 
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We’re back! Join Maisie, Lowri & Hannah for the first episode back after our summer break. The club is kicking off with a major talking point from the last few months - Don’t Worry Darling, directed by Olivia Wilde. We have a juicy and in-depth conversation about the film, trying to steer away from the goss and focus on breaking down what it took t…
 
Welcome to Frank Film Club! 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 n…
 
We are finally back! This time, we chat about our experience with mental health with colder weather. Also, we focus on FitBit Sense 2 as well as streaming service’ Paramount Plus. Let us know your opinion in the section comments on YouTube or Instagram 🙂 Plus! Are you looking to improve (or to start) learning Italian? 🇮🇹 Let's get in touch on italk…
 
We held a Q&A with Dr Kiki Tianqi Yu following one of our screenings of Return To Dust. The film film follows Ma and timid Cao who have been cast off by their families and forced into an arranged marriage. Uniting with Earth’s cycles, they create a haven for themselves in which they can thrive. Dr Kiki Tianqi Yu talks about the film's depiction of …
 
We are joined by writer/director/actress Nana Mensah. Mensah's first feature film, the award-winning Queen Of Glory, will be screening at the Garden Cinema on 26 November. The film follows the trials and tribulations of Sarah Obeng, the brilliant child of Ghanaian immigrants, who is quitting her Ivy League PhD program to follow her married lover to…
 
This week, we welcomed a group of screenwriting and film students from City Lit to watch The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, directed by Margarethe von Trotta and Volker Schlondorff and based on the book by Heinrich Boll. Blum a young woman living in West Germany in the 70s finds her life falling into ruins after she falls prey to a vicious smear ca…
 
New episode's finally out! Jack shares his experience with the streaming service Mubi. Cris focuses on the Amazon Prime Original - The Rings Of Power. Let us know our opinion in the section comments on YouTube or Instagram 🙂 Plus! Are you looking to improve (or to start) learning Italian? 🇮🇹 Let's get in touch on italki 😀 私はイタリアからクリスです 🇮🇹 一緒に、イタリア語…
 
"Over 12 half-hour episodes, we're seeing a man have a nervous breakdown". This week, we talk to journalist Darren Richman about some of his favourite genres and filmmakers. We discuss the pessimism of Film Noir and the optimism of Mike Leigh, the nature of comedy from Faulty Towers to the Coen Brothers and debate whether or not there is such a thi…
 
Join Cris and Jack in this first live episode! We look back to our podcasting journey, while sharing our plans for this new season. In detail, we focus on latest Marvel's She-Hulk (Disney+) and The Sandman (Netflix). Also, Cris shares his experience with the new title Multiversus, available as free-to-play for major platforms. Let us know our opini…
 
This week, we speak to Angela Allen who has worked on the film sets of many celebrated films, including The Third Man, The African Queen and The Dirty Dozen, for nearly six decades, overseeing continuity, supervising scripts and advising directors. Angela shares with us anecdotes and personal stories from her time on and off the set. This podcast e…
 
We discuss the pleasure and power of the cinema experience and which films are better on the silver screen with MUBI's podcast host, journalist Rico Cagliano. We talk to Rico about the MUBI podcast seasons, cinemas he's researched and visited and share anecdotes about films that should be watched on a big screen, such as Lawrence Of Arabia and Wing…
 
Join Cris and Jack in this episode dedicated to music streaming apps! Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the section comment on YouTube or Instagram. Plus, the role of listening to music in order to improve our OCD and anxiety Disclaimer - We are not Mental Health professionals - Also, we focus on Marvel's Doctor Strange in The Multiverse o…
 
Welcome back to Cris and Jack's new format! Work in progress has been finally accomplished Check out the development of our channels, Ocd Geeks and AkiGeeks! Give us feedbacks on our new ideas for you Don't forget to join us live on Twitch Live streaming are ahead! Can't wait to see you there! For more Geeky contents, check out our channel AkiGeeks…
 
"Only in Theaters" concludes with the cautionary tale of the Majestic. Africa's island region of Zanzibar used to be movie crazy — but today just one cinema remains: The Majestic, a 1950s-era building with roots that go back even further. Host Rico Gagliano speaks to folks around the world about the wild glory days of Zanzibar's cinema culture, why…
 
We talk about the films of Almodovar, his depiction of the Spanish civil war, Spanish cinema and Penelope Cruz with Film Professor José Arroyo, who has written extensively about the Spanish director and has interviewed him a number of times. We invited him to mark our upcoming Penelope Cruz season, to talk more generally about the actress, Almodova…
 
This week, we have a special bonus episode courtesy of our Latin American podcast MUBI Podcast: Encuentros. To celebrate the exclusive release of MEMORIA on MUBI in many countries, we're excited to share this discussion between Tilda Swinton and Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Swinton and Weerasethakul reunited in Colombia for MEMORIA's release and talk…
 
This episode Steve and Chuck along with Ian give some reviews of current films along with plugging a podcast Chuck and Steve were a part of. When you finish here, you should click the link and check it out. https://mubi.com/notebook/posts/mubi-podcast-season-2-episode-2-the-elgin-and-el-topo-plunge-nyc-into-midnite-madness Thanks for listening…
 
For the first half-century of cinema, most movies were made and printed on nitrate film. Problem: it easily decomposes, it's easily combustible, and once it's on fire, you can't put it out. Only a few theaters on Earth can safely screen nitrate prints...and only one has an annual festival dedicated to the format: The George Eastman Museum's Dryden …
 
In the grey Thatcher-era England of the '80s, a romantically dilapidated London movie palace called The Scala beckoned to England's subcultures — and influenced filmmakers from Christopher Nolan to Steve McQueen. Host Rico Gagliano learns the wild, seedy, and ultimately poignant history of what John Waters called, "A country club for lunatics." Spe…
 
We chat about the journalist's father and fiance's campaign to secure his release from Belmarsh prison and its depiction in feature documentary Ithaka with director Ben Lawrence. Speaking to us from his home in Australia, the filmmaker tells us more about his latest film, which follows the pair as they campaign to secure Assange's release. The film…
 
Hal Ashby's HAROLD AND MAUDE debuted to generally poor reviews, and worse box office. But in suburban Minneapolis, a humble second-run neighborhood theater called The Westgate found the film an audience...and helped turn it into one of the biggest cult hits of all time. Host Rico Gagliano gets the story from HAROLD AND MAUDE producer Charles Mulveh…
 
We chat about Marlene Dietrich, her close working relationship with Josef Von Sternberg, the changes in her persona that came with her shift to Hollywood, comparisons with Mae West and Greta Garbo, and the enduring power of stars with Dr Lucy Bolton. Lucy is a Reader in Film Studies at Queen Mary University and her fields of research include film s…
 
In 1970, a scruffy repertory theater — led by the visionary Ben Barenholtz — quietly placed a print ad in the Village Voice, advertising midnight screenings of a Spanish-language western they claimed was "too heavy to be shown any other way." The movie was Alejandro Jodorowsky's EL TOPO, and it'd kick off the "Midnite Movie" craze that changed movi…
 
Join Cris and Jack in this episode dedicated to latest Marvel's series - Ms. Marvel Plus! We are happy to announce the creation of the Official Ocd + AkiGeeks Patreon Page! A Patreon is a supporter of our contents, that is even more active in the creation process. Our Ocd + AkiGeeks Creative level, will give you a 24 hours access to our Standard Ep…
 
In 1940s France, a little 50-seat cinema opened that would launch one revolution on international movie screens...and arguably a second one in the streets of Paris. Host Rico Gagliano delves into the wild history of the Cinémathèque Française and its legendary founder, Henri Langlois. Featuring interviews with directors Barbet Schroeder (BARFLY, RE…
 
We discuss what makes a good documentary, the rise of true crime and streamers and indulgent filmmaking with producer and commissioner Dan Chambers. Dan is a producer and commissioner, and is the co-founder and creative director of Blink Films. He was previously Director of Programmes at Channel 5 and has decades of experience in making, producing …
 
We have a very special bonus episode, we are chatting with Ninja Thyberg about her incredible directorial feature debut - Pleasure (2021). The film stars Sofia Kappel in her breakout performance, alongside Revika Reustle and Evelyn Claire. The film follows Bella Cherry who arrives in Los Angeles from Sweden with dreams of becoming an adult film sta…
 
Join Cris and Jack in this first summer Ocd Geeks' episode. We focus on latest Disney Plus' Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Movie and How I Met Your Father. Also, we chat about our experiences with summer and OCD. Plus! We are happy to announce the creation of the Official Ocd + AkiGeeks Patreon Page! A Patreon is a supporter of our contents, that is e…
 
We chat to Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton, the scriptwriting team behind the feature film All My Friends Hate Me. The writers met as school and have been performing sketches and double acts since then. They created the hilarious "web film" High Renaissance Man and had previously collaborated with director Andrew Gaynord on such comedy hits as Stath Le…
 
“F. L. I. C. K. S.” EP 70 - EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this episode I reflect on my connection and affinity to Kingston upon Thames, having recently had my mid-length film, "REPARATION" officially selected by the new / inaugural Kingston International Film Festival (KIFF), which runs from 24th to 26th June 2022. Subjects also covered are Asian films a…
 
Cris and Jack are happy to announce the creation of the Official Ocd + AkiGeeks Patreon Page! A Patreon is a supporter of our contents, that is even more active in the creation process. - Our Ocd + AkiGeeks Creative Level, will give you a 24 hours early access to our Standard Episodes. - Beside the Creative Level benefit, with the Ocd + AkiGeeks Pr…
 
It’s the last episode of the series, we’re talking about Fresh (2022), directed by first time filmmaker Mimi Cave. Later in the episode, we are thrilled to be joined by Daisy Edgar-Jones, who plays the lead role of Noa alongside Sebastian Stan and Jonica I. Gibbs. Fresh is social thriller with elements of comedy following the horrors of dating in t…
 
This week we are chatting about cult comedy What We Do In The Shadows (2014) - starring, written and directed by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement. Shot in a mockumentary style, it follows a group of vampire flatmates as they navigate mundane aspects of life in the modern world. Their attempts to pay rent, keeping up the chore wheel, trying to get …
 
Rod talks about being an empath and a little story of how an elephant can stay so calm. Enjoy the story and have an amazing day. “On one beautiful day, an elephant was standing by the shade of a tree, eating its leaves. Suddenly, a small fly came buzzing and landed on the elephant’s ear. The elephant stayed calm and continued to eat, not heeding th…
 
We chat to Colm Bairéad at the Curzon offices about his first fiction feature film, The Quiet Girl, which is based on the short story Foster by Claire Keegan. We discuss the understated and restrained qualities of the film, his reasons for choosing to adapt Keegan's novel, and the "growing confidence" of Irish language filmmaking. We also debate th…
 
This time, Cris and Jack chat about well-known Italian tv show - Pechino Express. Also, we focus on our experiences with holidays and mental health. Plus, how to start learning again a new language. In Cris' case Japanese. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @cris_ocdgeeks as well as jack_ocdgeeks. Are you a gamer? Check out our second channel AkiGe…
 
We have a really special one for you this week! We are discussing CODA (2021), directed by Sian Heder and have a very special guest - Troy Kotsur who played Frank Rossi in the film. Troy won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his performance in the film, and made history as the first ever deaf actor to win an Oscar. CODA also stars Emilia …
 
We chat about the work of directors, such as Jean Vigo and Marcel Carné, their aesthetic considerations and the stories they chose to tell, as well as the lasting legacy of that era with Professor Ginette Vincendeau. Ginette is a Professor of Film Studies at King’s College London, and a regular contributor to Sight & Sound. Ginette has written exte…
 
On this special episode, host Rico Gagliano talks to Cannes-winning filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun about his latest film LINGUI, THE SACRED BONDS — the story of a mother trying to secure an abortion for her daughter...in Chad, a country where abortion is illegal. Haroun opens up about the movie's real-life inspirations, the collective power of wome…
 
This week we are chatting about the Oscar and BAFTA winning documentary Summer of Soul (…Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021) directed by Ahmir ‘Questlove’ Thompson. During the same summer as Woodstock, a different music festival took place 100 miles away. More than 300,000 people attended the summer concert series known as the Ha…
 
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