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Hey everyone we are The Cinema Act Podcast and we are the podcast that covers all the latest news in the cinema world! If you like what you see here check out our other fun videos, including Trivia and Trailer Reactions, on our YouTube Channel!
 
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Join Mike and Paul (aka Chin Stroker & Punter), every fortnight, as they discuss a film from their own differing point of view. Mike is an ex film student. Paul is a punter. Sit back in fascinated horror as they discuss filmic issues as varied as justifying an appreciation of David Lynch, and the merits of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comedy acting chops. Along the way we will be covering; world cinema, art films, why we love the 1980’s even though they sucked, straight to video/DVD, and all mann ...
 
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Jonathan Kaplan and Marianne Bayard join the podcast to talk their web series "Killing It!" There are premieres January 25th at the Cinema Arts Center in Huntington, Long Island, and February 8th at Steel City Improv in Pittsburgh, PA! You can learn more about Jonathan and Marianne at MaresNKaps.com! Follow the show on Twitter at @DHAPshow, lis ...…
 
Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters this weekend. You'll hear Richie Wenzler's review of the film. I talked Baby Driver last weekend on Arlington In The Morning, and you can hear my thoughts on Edgar Wright's creative film. Director/producer Aaron Goodmiller stops by to talk about his feature film Admins, which is on VOD now. Finally, J. Micha ...…
 
Guests include documentary filmmaker Su Friedrich discussing hew new film, I Can Not Tell You How I Feel, which will have a screening at BAM on November 17th. That is followed by a conversation with Steve Cossman, founder & Executive Director of Mono No Aware, a Brooklyn-based cinema arts non-profit. Mono No Aware is currently amidst its 10th a ...…
 
Guests include documentary filmmaker Su Friedrich discussing hew new film, I Can Not Tell You How I Feel, which will have a screening at BAM on November 17th. That is followed by a conversation with Steve Cossman, founder & Executive Director of Mono No Aware, a Brooklyn-based cinema arts non-profit. Mono No Aware is currently amidst its 10th a ...…
 
Show 83 starts with Stig's obscure reference to Ice-T last week and talk of the current moon. Bill and Stig also mention the Nerg and cupcakes get shared after all. The intro ends with beer mentions, Rocketfuel and Uncommon Cowboy. At 5:41, Stig starts with a bit of analysis on the NBC Sunday Night Football open. Bill discusses his sod web worm ...…
 
episode 18: scoring The Bride's Play, explaining the 1920s jokes, travel to South Korea and Norway Welcome (back)! Long time no podcast, so I recap a few highlights from March-July. Such as: finishing a year of being Professor Model, releasing the "Found at Mostly Lost" DVD, et al. Performance recording: accompanying "The Moth" starring Norma T ...…
 
Show Notes: Episode XCV (May 27th, 2016) Hosts: Nicky Blum (DZ-8397), Joe (SL-12743) & Marcus (TK-14057) Content Development: Nicky Blum (DZ-8397) Audio Reports & Guests: Deez, CT-4945, Jamie, TI-67076 & Ron, SL-5928 Post-Production: Joe Mignano (SL-12743) Recent News Force For Change campaign #Team501st (UNICEF Kid Power) Fundraising for Fort ...…
 
This week on Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in the studio by Stephen Globus, a native New Yorker who has long been involved with cultural fusion and interchange between Japan and the United States. Through the Globus Washitsu organization, Stephen and his brothers have sponsored events at various eminent institutions including the Ja ...…
 
This week on Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in the studio by Stephen Globus, a native New Yorker who has long been involved with cultural fusion and interchange between Japan and the United States. Through the Globus Washitsu organization, Stephen and his brothers have sponsored events at various eminent institutions including the Ja ...…
 
This week on Disturbing Talks... We take a trip down to Hollywood to talk with artist, martial artist, and actor, Aaron Kai. We sat down with Aaron, had some whiskey (as we do), and talked about horror, cinema, art, and his life growing up. He talks about his experiences, as a young movie-goer, and his amazing career. From working in the fashio ...…
 
episode 17: organs and orchestras - choosing music for a scene, Boise world premiere, Steamboat Bill Jr, Hammond theatre organ Welcome Recent shows recap: William S. Hart, Bert Williams, Criterion release of "The Kid" Boise Philharmonic - world premiere of new score for "Dog Shy" with Charley Chase Recording: in performance at Wesleyan silent f ...…
 
WHAT’S ON COFFS COAST with Laarz 15/01/2016 Content provided by ~ Laarz @ A1 COFFS COAST TOURS Broadcast on Southern Cross Austereo ~ 2CS FM - Coffs Harbour 106.3 & Star FM Coffs Harbour 105.5 FRIDAY • Coffs Jetty Carnival ... Last Days pull down on the 18th Thrill rides for every member of the family ~ Dagwood dogs and sideshow alley under the ...…
 
Bradley Robert Parks lives, writes, and performs in and around Brooklyn, NY, where he founded the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers (BSFWriters.com). His passion for writing blossomed while growing up in a family of genre readers. While he's been pursuing writing for a while, the crazy energy of NYC and BSFW have given him the focus and moti ...…
 
Movie Meltdown - Episode 330 This week we are joined by our special guest co-host Dan Rybicky, a filmmaker and professor in Cinema Art and Science at Columbia College Chicago. Dan is also the co-director of the documentary "Almost There", an unflinching look at the aging years of outsider artist Peter Anton. Dan and his co-director Aaron Wicken ...…
 
Watch as we evaluate Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' EUROPA 2, regarded by some to be the best cruise ship in the world, and its accommodations: veranda suite, ocean suite, family apartment and owner suite; activities: sail away, Herrenzimmer, photo gallery, foyer, reception, tour office, bike station, boutique, jeweler, Ocean Spa, pool deck, sun deck, ki ...…
 
episode 16: Norwegian edition - Too Much Johnson, Roald Amundsen, Chaplin's City Lights Welcome 10th anual "Silent Film Days" festival in Tromsø, Norway Shows for 6th grade school kids, childrens' show on Saturday Recording: in performance at Verdensteatret cinema, Baby Peggy in "Carmen Jr." October DVD release of Baby Peggy in "The Family Secr ...…
 
episode 15: Laurel and Hardy, orchestral Chaplin gig, scoring Technicolor at MoMA Welcome Silent Film Sound and Music Archive Recap of June shows: Clara Bow in "Mantrap" in Lake Placid, Mostly Lost 4 at Library of Congress, a special L&H program concept from Bruce Lawton at Silent Clowns Recording: in performance at Silent Clowns Film Series, L ...…
 
Aaron Daniel Annas and I converse about how we have calibrated our teaching over time. Podcast Notes Calibrating our Teaching Aaron Daniel Annas Assistant professor of cinema arts Faculty Director of the Vanguard Sundance Program Reflections on year one Bonni reflects on her first year Taking things personally (a good lesson on how to avoid thi ...…
 
Aaron Daniel Annas joins me to talk storytelling on this episode of Teaching in Higher Ed. Podcast Notes Aaron Daniel Annas Assistant professor of cinema arts Faculty Director of the Vanguard Sundance Program Storytelling Who are stories for? How do you distinguish between entertaining our students and educating them? What makes for a good stor ...…
 
episode 11: song cues gone wrong, scoring One Week, Lee Erwin, silents in schools Welcome Silent Film Sound and Music Archive Library of Congress shows: Leap Year, The Patent Leather Kid Cinema Arts Centre show: Linda, dir Dorothy Davenport Recording: Patent Leather Kid, live in performance at the LoC Packard Campus Theatre, on their Walker dig ...…
 
episode 10: presenting silent films to kids and to seniors, interview with Harry Weiss pt 2, listening to the audience Welcome Silent Film Sound & Music Archive The Cinema Arts Centre on Long Island - "Within Our Gates", virtual theatre organ Palace Theatre family programming, Stamford CT Recording: Charlie Chaplin in "The Adventurer", live in ...…
 
Learn French with Iker and Aida, who both come from the Spanish Basque Country. They have been in Paris for five months and would like to make the most of what the French capital has to offer in terms of shows but they are a bit confused, as there is so much to choose from. We are to meet Claire Hazan near the Opera Garnier. She is the entertai ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The New Yorker, April 22nd 2013 (Ben McGrath, Ian Johnson, James Surowiecki)Author: Ben McGrath, Ian Johnson, James SurowieckiNarrator: Todd MundtFormat: HighlightsLength: 2 hrs and 1 minLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-17-13Publisher: The New Yorker ...…
 
That’s How Much Water We Have to Use for 7 Billion People Listen to the show: https://ninjaradio.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/197hotfrmwatermageddon.mp3 Hotfrm 197 (35mb) On Canada Day this year, July 1st, Special K and I went to Royal Ontario Museum, the ROM to view three separate exhibits. The first is on water, what it is, what it means to us ...…
 
On peut souvent penser le cinéma mondial comme gravitant autour de deux pôles : le cinéma-art, souvent qualifié d'auteur, qui exprime la vision d'un artiste; et le cinéma-produit, objet de divertissement de masse, donc forcément spectaculaire. Entre les partisans de ces deux mondes, le dialogue est souvent difficile, voire impossible. Mais si e ...…
 
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