Best cinefile podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Each week on The Cine-Files we enter the world of great film and explore its ideas, history, filmmakers and the influences it has on movies today
 
Welcome to the CineFiles: Extended Cut, WatchMojo’s weekly movie roundup show where your hosts break down the most buzz-worthy news Hollywood and the Indie scene has to offer. We make sure you’re prepared for all the movie talk that will dominate your weekend.
 
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A monthly cinema feature with a special French focus.
 
André and Daniel watch the worst that B Movie Cinema has to offer and review with hillarious results.
 
We are Bill and Bryant, two film critics who finally decided to take the dive into the wide and wonderful world of podcasting! Join us on weekly adventures into the amazing, phantasmagorical, and sometimes frustrating world of film.
 
It’s LADIES HORROR NIGHT! Daphne Gardner & Kate McEdwards, long time cinefiles, former video store clerks, and BFFs, record themselves watching horror films while they reflect on gender and the genre, the current video rental climate & the regulation hotties that haunt their dreams.
 
This is a show for those spiritual people who love film, and also those cinefiles feel that there is more to life than what we know. Each month, Robert and Mike will creativly evaluate a new film.
 
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In addition to the Top 3 Stories of the Week, expect to hear some talk about Blumhouse teaming up with Damon Lindelof for a new movie, and Adam Sandler working with the Safdie Brothers!
 
In this month's Cinefile, RFI's Rosslyn Hyams talks to the director of the award-winning French film, La Prière, The Prayer, Cédric Kahn. And she also speaks to Jeroen Eisinga, Dutch art documentary-film maker at the international Paris documentary film festival, Cinéma du Réel which was started 40 years ago by Jean Rouch.…
 
On this week’s episode, in addition to the Top 3 stories, expect to hear some talk about Under the Silver Lake, Justice League box office bomb, and Indiana Jones 5!
 
The CineFiles Extended Cut is where the CineFiles crew digs deeper into the stories covered in this week’s episode of the CineFiles and then some! In addition to the Top 3 stories, expect to hear some talk about Avengers: Infinity War, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ingrid Goes West, Annihilation, and Game Night!…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. Each episode features panel conversations and 1:1 interviews offering insights on movies that premiered in a particular season of a year in the past, which were destined to e ...…
 
Hey everyone! I had the opportunity to sit down with my wonderful friend Amanda Sheriff Bollinger to talk about her most recent book, The Overstreet Guide to Collecting Movie Posters. Amanda is a well versed cinefile, horror fanatic, and poster collector, so we definitely delve into a plethora of topics from movie poster collecting, to movies, ...…
 
Hey everyone! I had the opportunity to sit down with my wonderful friend Amanda Sheriff Bollinger to talk about her most recent book, The Overstreet Guide to Collecting Movie Posters. Amanda is a well versed cinefile, horror fanatic, and poster collector, so we definitely delve into a plethora of topics from movie poster collecting, to movies, ...…
 
Hot on the heels of the Marvel-ous movie issue, the latest chapter of "Cine-Files" takes a look at Warner Brothers and the DC Cinematic Universe. Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston are joined this week by none other than "Do It Yourself" host PJ Dunn aka the Vegabomber! Brining his considerable movie critic talents to the proceedings, this titanic ...…
 
In the Last Days of the City is an award-winning film directed by Tamer El-Said from Egypt. The movie captures the atmosphere, or as he says, “the soul” of Cairo in the period leading up to Egypt’s Arab Spring experience of 2011. RFI's Rosslyn Hyams talks to El-Said about the two-year-long shoot, recent history and colour. Laura Angela Bagnetto ...…
 
This Friday, The Cine-Files takes it's first journey in the world of Wes Anderson with his groundbreaking, 1998 film Rushmore.
 
There simply is no one, in the history of film, like Jackie Chan, who combines action, comedy and death defying stunts in a way that is uniquely his own and his 1985 film Police Story is as thrilling today as it was 32 years ago.
 
This Friday on the Cine-Files we enter the world of Jackie Chan. Steve is really excited about this one.
 
Important Note: In this episode we accidentally give out some actual proper advice! We apologise wholeheartedly and promise never to knowingly do it again!With that out of the way, why not enjoy another hour of cheap tat, cheap tunes and cheap laughs. In this episode, Eli rummages through more of his weird and wonderful vinyl... Paul tries and ...…
 
In her documentary Nothingwood French journalist Sonia Krunland shares her fascination with Salim Shaheen, Afghanistan's very own self-made filmmaker and actor. Plus promise Before the Summer Ends and Cinefile's pick of the month. REVIEWNothingwood entertains and informs, when it takes a look atAfghan filmy hero Salim Shaheen and his countryAfg ...…
 
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” Words of welcome etched into the Statue of Liberty that have inspired so many, including American composer Peter Boyer. He’s our guest on Arts Alive. Plus, we take a look back at a decade of interviews with stars and up-and-coming talent on Arts Alive. And LA Times a ...…
 
This week on The Cine-Files, Steve and Jon are joined by animator and actor Stephen B. Jones to discuss Sydney Pollack's thriller Three Days of the Condor starring Robert Redford.
 
This Friday we are joined by Animator and Actor Stephen B. Jones to discuss the 1975 Sydney Pollack Thriller, 3 Days of the Condor starring Robert Redford
 
This Week on The Cine-Files John and Steve go back to 1959 to explore one of the greatest comedies of all time, Some Like it Hot, directed by Billy Wilder and starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemon and the legendary Marilyn Monroe
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files Steve and John explore one of the greatest comedies of all time, Billy Wilder's, Some Like it Hot starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemon and the legendary Marilyn Monroe in perhaps her finest role.
 
For our 50th episode we welcome back Access Hollywood's Scott Mantz to discuss his all time favorite film, Ridley Scott's 1982 masterpiece, Blade Runner. Trust me you don't want to miss it.
 
This Friday, or our 50th episode, we are once again joined by Access Hollywood's Scott Mantz, this time to discuss Ridley Scott's Science Fiction Masterpiece, Blade Runner. You don't want to miss it.
 
Punk nerd (Josh Roush) and CineFile (Mitch Cleaver) from the SoapBox Office Podcast compete against each other in a few dozen questions on the comedy/horror franchise Evil Dead and the swingin' sounds of the 70s with the decade's finest one-hit-wonders. Listen to Budds learn what monitoring is in the audio biz, Mitch reveal his love of buttons ...…
 
To celebrate he 40th anniversary of Star Wars, John and Steve welcome back their most frequent guest and Star Wars Fan Michael Vogel. This is a big one, folks. Let's hope the force is with them.
 
In this month's Cinefile, Rosslyn Hyams talks to director Andrew Steggall about his poetic coming-of-age film Departure, and to Dounia Sichov about her dual role in the rock-music documentary Alive in France directed by Abel Ferrara films, as well as her directorial debut project. Maria-Carolina Pina from RFI's Spanish-language service reveals ...…
 
40 years ago, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope premiered in theaters. This Friday John and Steve are joined, once again, by Michael Vogel to give it the in depth analysis it has always deserved.
 
This week on The Cine-Files, Steve and John are joined by animation producer and writer Eric Rogers to discuss one of their all time favorites, Steven Spielberg's 1975 masterpiece, Jaws.
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files we are joined by animation writer and producer, Eric Rogers to discuss Stephen Spielberg's 1975 classic Jaws.
 
This is week on The Cine-Files, Steve and John go back to a family classic. The Black Stallion, produced by Francis Ford Coppola, Directed by Carol Ballard, is a lyrical, almost mythical, story of a boy an Island, a horse and the greatest race ever run.
 
This week on Geek and The Cop, the heat is on! That's right crime fighters and cinefile, it's BEVERLY HILLS COP. What happens when a Detroit cop goes to Beverly Hills? Hilariousness. Hilariousness is what happens. Also some gun fights, a fight in a strip club because it's the 80s, a banana in a tailpipe, and a battle with an art dealer/drug dea ...…
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files John and Steve explore a forgotten Gem, The Black Stallion Directed by Carol Ballard and produced by Francis Ford Coppola. This lovely, lyrical movie is as moving as it is unique.
 
When we recorded this episode a few weeks ago, with special guest, Karen P. Morris, we had no idea how topical it would be but, the truth is, All the Presidents Men seems just as important today as it was 40 years ago.
 
This Friday John and Steve are joined by Karen P. Morris to discuss All the Presidents Men. Based on the book by Woodward and Bernstein, All the President's Men is the story of Watergate and the investigative journalists who brought down a government.
 
This week The Cine-Files is joined by surprise guest, writer Dave Rapp, to discuss The Silence of the Lambs in honor of the great Jonathan Demme.
 
In honor of the great Johnathan Demme, who we lost last week to cancer, John and Steve will explore his masterpiece, The Silence of the Lambs, this Friday on the Cine-Files. Here's a preview.
 
In honor of it's 50th anniversary, John and Steve explore the world of Mike Nichols' The Graduate starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katherine Ross.
 
Cinefile is our new monthly cinema rendezvous, where we talk about recent releases in France and elsewhere with directors, actors, editors and our RFI film-buffs. In Cinefile in April are an African satire, a Franco-African family film and a French post-world war I drama with a tribute to African soldiers. Welcome to Gondwana (Bienvenue au Gond ...…
 
Mike Nichols' The Graduate turns 50 this year and John and Steve can't wait to discuss it, this Friday, on The Cine-Files.
 
In an absolutely EPIC Cine-File, John and Steve are joined by FX Movie Download's Sasha Perl Raver to discuss Quinten Tarrantino's groundbreaking, 1994 film, Pulp Fiction.
 
This Friday John and Steve welcome FX Movie Download's Sasha Perl Raver to discuss her favorite film, Quienten Tarrantino's Pulp Fiction. You wont want to miss it.
 
Up to now on The Cine-Files, John and Steve have only talked about films that both of them absolutely love. that's not true, however, when it comes to Armageddon. Of course, that didn't stop them from having a great time talking about it.
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files John and Steve explore Michael Bay's 1998 film, Armageddon. Spoiler alert... one of them is not a fan.
 
This week on The Cine-Files, John and Steve explore the groundbreaking French Connection which changed forever the way films are made and turned Gene Hackman into a star.
 
This Friday on The Cine-Files John and Steve explore The French Connection, directed by William Friedkin and starring Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider.
 
This week on The Cine-Files Steve and John are joined by voice over actor, Yuri Lowenthal to discuss the 1971 children's classic Willy Wonka and Chocolate Factory, starring Gene Wilder.
 
Coming this Friday to The Cine-Files Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory with special guest Yuri Lowenthal.
 
This week on The Cine-Files John and Steve explore one of the great buddy movies of all time, 1987's Lethal Weapon directed by Richard Donner and starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.
 
Coming this Friday to The Cine-Files, John and Steve explore the archetypal buddy-cop movie. Lethal Weapon.
 
John and Steve are joined by animation nerd Michael Vogel to discuss the 1991, ground breaking Disney, animation, Classic, Beauty and the Beast.
 
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