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Best Danita Steinberg podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Danita Steinberg podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Join your hosts Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg as they discuss their favourite women who make movies.
 
Join your hosts Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg as they discuss their favourite women who make movies.
 
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What About Meryl?
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A Meryl Streep podcast where we watch a Meryl movie every week and talk about it/her/us. Hosted by Danita Steinberg and Emily Gagne.
 
A podcast about movies the awards forgot
 
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A perfect example of an early, long-list Oscar prediction movie, 2005′s Ladies in Lavender arrived after multiple festivals to a successful arthouse run thanks to the presence of its Dame headliners Judi Dench and Maggie Smith. But despite coming in the era primed to reward this kind of women’s picture and both actresses in particular, the film ...…
 
This week we’re taking a trip to 1960s Louisana with Toronto filmmaker Lu Asfaha! As Kasi Lemmons tours the world with her new film, HARRIET, we’re revisiting her magical debut feature, EVE’S BAYOU, a film about growing up, sisterhood and the complicated nature of memory. After lamenting the fact that Lemmons didn’t get all the calls after this ...…
 
This week we’re taking a trip to 1960s Louisana with Toronto filmmaker Lu Asfaha! As Kasi Lemmons tours the world with her new film, HARRIET, we’re revisiting her magical debut feature, EVE’S BAYOU, a film about growing up, sisterhood and the complicated nature of memory. After lamenting the fact that Lemmons didn’t get all the calls after this ...…
 
In the fall festival season, a primo premiere status can assert a film as having major Oscar ambitions. This week’s title, 2013′s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, is a such a case – after debuting an eye-catching trailer, the film debuted as the centerpiece selection of that year’s New York Film Festival. But this typically very selective festi ...…
 
For this year’s Halloween episode, we’re digging up a forgotten favourite! Yes, it’s time to revive the conversation around director Mary Lambert and her grossly (emphasis on the GROSS!) underrated 1989 adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. Follow us to the forests of Ludlow, Maine as we unearth our true feelings about the 2019 remake and ...…
 
For this year’s Halloween episode, we’re digging up a forgotten favourite! Yes, it’s time to revive the conversation around director Mary Lambert and her grossly (emphasis on the GROSS!) underrated 1989 adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. Follow us to the forests of Ludlow, Maine as we unearth our true feelings about the 2019 remake and ...…
 
This week, Bitch Media writer and Bad Romance podcast host Jourdain Searles joins us to talk about 2008′s musical multi-biopic Cadillac Records. Most famous for Beyoncé’s performance as Etta James, the film arrived when audiences and Oscar were getting fatigued with the genre. But detailing the groundbreaking Chess Records, the film spreads its ...…
 
This episode, we have another psychotic romance for you with 2000′s Bounce. One of Miramax’s 2000 awards-hopeful misfires (which ultimately led to the rise of Chocolat), the film stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Affleck as two would-be lovers brought together by a plane crash – only she doesn’t know that he’s the one that gave a ticket to his now- ...…
 
One, two, a new episode for you! We’re back from our hiatus to celebrate the 25th anniversary of NEW NIGHTMARE with dreamghoul and fellow horror lover Lindsay Traves. Join us in the boiler room as we slice and dice the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise, revisiting Heather Langenkamp’s ongoing role as Nancy Thompson. Why do we still scream for R ...…
 
One, two, a new episode for you! We’re back from our hiatus to celebrate the 25th anniversary of NEW NIGHTMARE with dreamghoul and fellow horror lover Lindsay Traves. Join us in the boiler room as we slice and dice the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise, revisiting Heather Langenkamp’s ongoing role as Nancy Thompson. Why do we still scream for R ...…
 
With the incoming arrival of a new Martin Scorsese film with The Irishman, naturally we had to talk about the master, right? But rare is the film that results in no Oscar nominations for Scorsese – except for this week’s film which came at the end of the director’s downward trend with the Academy. Even forgotten among Scorsese diehards, we’re u ...…
 
Is there a faster fast track to Oscar buzz than being a sequel to a Best Picture winner? While there may not be much of a sample pool beyond The Godfather series, 1996 gave us The Evening Star, a follow-up to Terms of Endearment and Shirley MacLaine’s Aurora Greenway. This time without writer/director James L. Brooks (replaced here by Steel Mag ...…
 
What was it that placed a light comedy like Morning Glory on early Oscar predictions in 2010? Was it the potential for a morning news riff on Broadcast News brilliance? The ascendancy of Rachel McAdams that we knew would eventually pay off with an acting nomination? Or the late career turn as journalist curmudgeon from Harrison Ford, who in rec ...…
 
We're finally over our post-festival colds (okay, Emily's still coughing a bit) and ready to share our final TIFF thoughts! Settle in with a seasonal beverage (pumpkin spice cold brew, anyone?) and listen in as we reflect on all the women-directed films we saw, including new works from Kasi Lemmons (HARRIET) and Alma Har'el (HONEY BOY) as well ...…
 
We're finally over our post-festival colds (okay, Emily's still coughing a bit) and ready to share our final TIFF thoughts! Settle in with a seasonal beverage (pumpkin spice cold brew, anyone?) and listen in as we reflect on all the women-directed films we saw, including new works from Kasi Lemmons (HARRIET) and Alma Har'el (HONEY BOY) as well ...…
 
Certainly one of the biggest Oscar narratives this season will be Renée Zellweger’s return to the big screen, starring as the timeless Judy Garland in Judy. So to mark the occasion (with Chris highly anticipatory and Joe more hesitant in how far Judy can go), we’re discussing one of the actress’ few attempts at Oscar that didn’t register with t ...…
 
A title that became a punchline all its own, this week we are discussing 2012′s Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. A light romantic drama about project management and Western relationships with the Middle East, Lasse Hallström’s film accidentally stumbled into the Oscar race when the Golden Globes decided the film was a comedy and gave the spring rel ...…
 
We sat down with actor Raffey Cassidy, director Malgorzata Szumowska, and writer Catherine S. McMullen to talk about their incredible film 'The Other Lamb' which celebrated its World Premiere at TIFF19. We got the scoop on Jeffrey the ram (!!!), location scouting in Ireland, adapting a short story for the screen, and the joys of collaborating w ...…
 
We sat down with actor Raffey Cassidy, director Malgorzata Szumowska, and writer Catherine S. McMullen to talk about their incredible film 'The Other Lamb' which celebrated its World Premiere at TIFF19. We got the scoop on Jeffrey the ram (!!!), location scouting in Ireland, adapting a short story for the screen, and the joys of collaborating w ...…
 
You asked for it and it’s finally here! While Joe and Chris are away at TIFF, we are bringing you our first ever MAILBAG EPISODE! We have been taking your questions in the recent weeks and are so excited to bring you this jumbo sized episode devoted just to the Oscar obsessive minutiae that you all are curious about. Right off the bat, we focus ...…
 
TIFF 2019 is fully underway and we were lucky enough to interview Shelly Love, director of A BUMP ALONG THE WAY. In this minisode, Shelly talks about the importance of childcare funding within film budgets, the process of preparing to make her first feature, and travelling with her two year old. We Really Like Her! is produced by Emily Gagne an ...…
 
TIFF 2019 is fully underway and we were lucky enough to interview Shelly Love, director of A BUMP ALONG THE WAY. In this minisode, Shelly talks about the importance of childcare funding within film budgets, the process of preparing to make her first feature, and travelling with her two year old. We Really Like Her! is produced by Emily Gagne an ...…
 
In our first interview of TIFF 2019, we chat with WORKIN’ MOMS writer Karen Moore about her directorial debut, VOLCANO! In this mini episode, Karen tells us why she, in particular, wanted to make a short film about two friends (Hannah Cheesman and Jess Salgueiro) sharing drinks and secrets at Toronto’s Shameful Tiki Bar. Plus, a few hot tips on ...…
 
In our first interview of TIFF 2019, we chat with WORKIN’ MOMS writer Karen Moore about her directorial debut, VOLCANO! In this mini episode, Karen tells us why she, in particular, wanted to make a short film about two friends (Hannah Cheesman and Jess Salgueiro) sharing drinks and secrets at Toronto’s Shameful Tiki Bar. Plus, a few hot tips on ...…
 
Jessica Chastain emerged nearly a decade ago with a bevy of roles in major Oscar films like The Tree of Life and The Help and immediately cemented her place as a performer destined for Oscar. After a second nomination for Zero Dark Thirty, her roles after have all garnered some Oscar talk including John Madden’s … Continue reading "060 – Miss S ...…
 
This week, we’re looking back at a film that arrived too early in 2004′s Oscar season and received too mild of a response to eventually make Oscar’s lineup. From the classic William Makepeace Thackeray classic novel, Mira Nair’s Vanity Fair arrived corseted into Labor Day weekend and quickly disappeared from theatres and the conversation at … C ...…
 
A film that uses Pale Blue Dot as a quasi-pickup line and features a couple aligning their sex life with 9/11, Men, Women & Children is likely one of the most maligned films we’ve ever discussed. Directed by Jason Reitman and adapted from the novel by Chad Kultgen, the film stars a large ensemble of … Continue reading "058 – Men, Women & Children"…
 
Pull up a Muskoka chair and a huge box of Kleenex because this week’s episode is dedicated to birthday girl Danita and two of her all-time faves: Bette Midler and BEACHES. Listen in as Danita looks back on her lifelong relationship with the Divine Miss M, including a devastating childhood story involving a VHS tape, an autograph, and a couple o ...…
 
Pull up a Muskoka chair and a huge box of Kleenex because this week’s episode is dedicated to birthday girl Danita and two of her all-time faves: Bette Midler and BEACHES. Listen in as Danita looks back on her lifelong relationship with the Divine Miss M, including a devastating childhood story involving a VHS tape, an autograph, and a couple o ...…
 
Not only are we Oscar historians here on This Had Oscar Buzz, we are also the Illuminati of Vanderbilts. This week, we look at the directorial debut of Zodiac screenwriter James Vanderbilt Truth. Detailing 60 Minutes’ expose on President George W. Bush’s military service that ended in Dan Rather’s demise, the film starred Cate Blanchett … Conti ...…
 
This week, we have a deceptively titled film that was also sold deceptively to audiences in 2000. Billy Bob Thornton’s Cormac McCarthy adaptation All The Pretty Horses was supposed to be an old-fashioned romantic epic filled with sweeping landscapes and big emotions – but what audiences got on Christmas morning was a bleak western about … Conti ...…
 
We’re, like, freaking out because Hollywood Suite archival producer and film programmer Alicia Fletcher is with us this week to talk about Martha Coolidge and her bitchin’ 1983 flick VALLEY GIRL! Listen in as we flip right out over this California-set riff on Romeo and Juliet, including its seriously cute cast (Deborah Foreman + Nic Cage 4 ever ...…
 
We’re, like, freaking out because Hollywood Suite archival producer and film programmer Alicia Fletcher is with us this week to talk about Martha Coolidge and her bitchin’ 1983 flick VALLEY GIRL! Listen in as we flip right out over this California-set riff on Romeo and Juliet, including its seriously cute cast (Deborah Foreman + Nic Cage 4 ever ...…
 
This episode we arrive at two inevitable discussion points for Joe and Chris. First, a fifteen minute discussion of the Cats trailer. Second, a look at an essential This Had Oscar Buzz title: Frank Darabont’s 2001 melodrama The Majestic. The film arrived in theatres during the Christmas holiday with most of its awards hype trailing … Continue r ...…
 
We’re taking a trip back this week to some of the darkest days in the “Get Leo an Oscar” saga: Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar. The film starred Leonardo DiCaprio and detailed the many political exploits of J. Edgar Hoover and his efforts to stomp out communism. The actor would get close to a nomination (after … Continue reading "054 – J. Edgar"…
 
Finish up your Snapple because it’s time to take an emotionally-charged tour through Reese Witherspoon’s career and filmography with writer and person Anne T. Donahue! Follow us as we travel down the Oscar-winning actress/producer’s many roles and career paths before we reach our final destination: her raw, riveting performance in Jean-Marc Val ...…
 
Finish up your Snapple because it’s time to take an emotionally-charged tour through Reese Witherspoon’s career and filmography with writer and person Anne T. Donahue! Follow us as we travel down the Oscar-winning actress/producer’s many roles and career paths before we reach our final destination: her raw, riveting performance in Jean-Marc Val ...…
 
Get ready for another Movie That Does Not Exist – except evidence of this week’s film is provided in one of the most iconic EW Fall Movie Preview covers! Yes, in 1999 Random Hearts promised us sexy Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas in a pool and instead it gave us… a creepy dry hump … Continue reading "053 – Random Hearts"…
 
We’re going all the way back to 1991 for this week’s episode on Gary Marshall’s take on the Terrence McNally two-hander Frankie and Johnny. Here is a film that was a convergence of several Oscar narratives: Al Pacino’s lengthy overdue status, Michelle Pfeiffer’s prestige ascent, and Marshall’s follow-up to the success of Pretty Woman. The … Con ...…
 
It’s summer and we’re in *a mood* so we decided it was finally time to talk about the unfairly maligned and absolutely brilliant Diablo Cody. If we’re going to be honest to blog, we love everything Diablo does (Emily especially), but this week we’re focusing on one of her most challenging works: 2011’s YOUNG ADULT. Why does this uncompromising, ...…
 
It’s summer and we’re in *a mood* so we decided it was finally time to talk about the unfairly maligned and absolutely brilliant Diablo Cody. If we’re going to be honest to blog, we love everything Diablo does (Emily especially), but this week we’re focusing on one of her most challenging works: 2011’s YOUNG ADULT. Why does this uncompromising, ...…
 
Can you believe it’s taken us this long to discuss that genre Oscar so adores, the musical biopic? This week, Erica Mann joins us for one of the most reviled paint-by-numbers biopics and a little bit of yeehaw with 2016′s I Saw The Light. The film stars Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams and Elizabeth Olsen … Continue reading "051 – I Saw the Ligh ...…
 
Can you believe we have made it to our 50TH EPISODE?! And for the occasion, we’ve allowed you the listeners to pick the film we are discussing – and you’ve chosen Bobby, Emilio Estevez’s 2006 film about the day Robert Kennedy was assassinated at the Ambassdor Hotel during the 1968 Democratic presidential primary! The film … Continue reading "05 ...…
 
Break out your purple clogs and your most capable outfit! Drunk Feminist Films cast member Bernita Rebeiro is in the passenger seat of our Jeep this week, giving us the 411 on why she’s still majorly, totally, butt crazy in love with Alicia Silverstone and her performance in CLUELESS. Better buckle up because we’re not only discussing Amy Hecke ...…
 
Break out your purple clogs and your most capable outfit! Drunk Feminist Films cast member Bernita Rebeiro is in the passenger seat of our Jeep this week, giving us the 411 on why she’s still majorly, totally, butt crazy in love with Alicia Silverstone and her performance in CLUELESS. Better buckle up because we’re not only discussing Amy Hecke ...…
 
This Pride season honors the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots – and here on This Had Oscar Buzz, we are taking a look at the film that only did so in lip service. From director Roland Emmerich, Stonewall is a cautionary case against the kind of year-ahead Oscar predictions that are made without much … Continue reading "049 – Stonewall"…
 
With the return of Big Little Lies to our television screens, we’re taking a look at a film starring one of the Monterey Five’s key players and her newly arrived nemesis. No, that outdoor coffee shop wasn’t the first time someone demanded answers between Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep – they first squared off in … Continue reading "048 – Re ...…
 
This week, we are sitting and talking about Nicole Holofcener's debut film, critically-acclaimed ode to female friendship WALKING AND TALKING. How is it that this film, which paved the way for so many great modern works by and about women (including, yes, BRIDESMAIDS), isn’t talked about as much as the films of, say, Cameron Crowe and Noah Baum ...…
 
This week, we are sitting and talking about Nicole Holofcener's debut film, critically-acclaimed ode to female friendship WALKING AND TALKING. How is it that this film, which paved the way for so many great modern works by and about women (including, yes, BRIDESMAIDS), isn’t talked about as much as the films of, say, Cameron Crowe and Noah Baum ...…
 
To wrap up our 2003 miniseries, Joe and Chris take a final look at the Oscar year that was 2003 in this special episode! We take a guess at what the remaining five films would be in a year of ten Best Picture nominees, share our personal ballots, and hint at what future This Had … Continue reading "BONUS – A Kiss At The End of 2003’s Rainbow"…
 
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