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In our very first episode, we’re discussing Hirokazu Kore-eda and his films: the Palme d’Or winning Shoplifters (2018) and After-Life (1998). Kore-eda is one of our favorite filmmakers, and one that brought the 3 of us together! We discuss his humanistic filmmaking (one of the best in the biz), figure out which movie is better (they're both great!)…
 
This week we’re discussing the films of Kelly Reichardt: A24 darling, First Cow (2019) and her second film, Old Joy (2006); both kind and gentle films about male friendship. We talk about their different approaches to depicting male friendship, the allure of micro-budget filmmaking, and heap praise on a beautiful cow and an incredible dog. SPOILER …
 
Eli got the chance to interview the co-director/editor for Black Is… Black Aint (1995), Christiane Badgley, and we’re excited to share it with you. Badgley was crucial to helping complete the film after Riggs’ death. Also, you can watch Riggs’ films on OVID.tv and we have an exciting deal for you: use the code ‘DEEPCUT’ for 50% off your first three…
 
This week we’re discussing the groundbreaking documentaries of American filmmaker Marlon Riggs with his two films: Tongues Untied (1989) and Black Is… Black Ain’t (1995). We talk about Riggs’ experimental editing, his amplification of black/queer voices through his filmmaking, and, of course, the joys of Snapthology! You can watch both films on OVI…
 
This episode we’re discussing the “godmother of the French New Wave” herself, Agnès Varda, and her two films: Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962) and One Sings, the Other Doesn't (1977). We discuss Varda's incredible ability to make you empathize with her subjects, her approach to depicting women and their relationships, and unfortunately butcher the pronuncia…
 
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