Best projectionist podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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A weekly discussion of pop culture through both criticism and memoir, hosted by Eddie Hardy and Miranda Sandi, with several frequent contributors. Episodes and blog at http://shoottheprojectionist.com
 
Vic Sage and the Projectionist take an in depth look at retro horror TV and film.
 
Light plays across the surface of water, deep and subtle vibrations of unknown forms which connect subliminally to archetypal modes of being, the sky is under our feet
 
Well known film projectionist Russell Campbell plays music from the stage and screen.
 
A show about and featuring full old Old Time Radio episode hosted by Vic Sage and The Projectionist.
 
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Picturehouse Podcast
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Join Sam Clements (Ritzy projectionist) and Simon Renshaw (actor/comedian/waiter/cliché) as they attempt to discuss the broad range of current releases at Picturehouse Cinemas.Each week they bring you reviews of the latest films, highlights from movie-related news and previews of events at Picturehouse Cinemas. Occasionally, they’re in the right place at the right time, so watch out for interviews with special guests and exclusive competitions.
 
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Film Damage
Weekly+
 
Former projectionists Mike Schindler and Max Hegel take a look at movies from the perspective of the booth.
 
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FilmCan Podcast
Rare
 
Were just two Film grads and Ex-projectionists who make Trailer Mash-ups, review very random films and from time to time we even make original content!
 
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FilmCan Podcast
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Were just two Film grads and Ex-projectionists who make Trailer Mash-ups, review very random films and from time to time we even make original content!
 
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Tom and Alex talk with Mark Majewski who is a projectionist at the Rivoli Theatre in Cedarburg. They talk about Matt Lauer and the DNR selling deer tags to infants. They interview Mark about the cinema and his love of movies. Ask Alex anything delivers some interesting topics.
 
Liz Manashil is a filmmaker, and manager of the Sundance Creative Distribution Initiative. In this episode we chat getting started, making her feature film "Bread and Butter", distribution, how to get your film distributed with Sundance, going to film school, college alumni associations begging for money, and tons more. Pre Show Notes Game Over ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Judge AndersonSubtitle: Year OneAuthor: Alex WorleyNarrator: Morgan HallettFormat: UnabridgedLength: 11 hrs and 31 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-31-17Publisher: Recorded BooksRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 2 votesGenres: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Sci-Fi: Co ...…
 
Recorded in Atlanta at the W hotel downtown, aLr boosh is joined by Houston / Austin's Flcon Fcker aka Roberto Perez aka Roberto Bass. Musician, visual projectionist extraordinaire, Red Bull Music Academy ambassador for Houston and master of projects I don't even know! https://youtu.be/E2r8n0WoFq0You can follow aLr boosh at:https://www.instagra ...…
 
From Wolf Creek to Jungle, director Greg McLean talks about shedding the horror film typecast and the pressures of filming in Columbia. Ken Parfrey on the secret lives of film projectionists. And part three of the interview with Kevin Brianton about his book Hollywood Divided.
 
The olfactory rebel. Los Angeles-based Killian Wells, pop musician turned perfumer turned millennial entrepreneur, represents less a relaxing of the rules of perfumery and more their ripping up. His fragrance house Xyrena pays homage to the retro culture of the 1980s and to the smells we risk losing in the march of modernity. Wells’ first job w ...…
 
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. This week we have what might be the greatest episode of The TRU RPT of ALL THE TIMES~! The 2nd Annual IseeRobots Radio Film Academy Summer Movie Awards where we celebrate all the fantastic movies that come out this, the most wonderful time of the year for films..Summer. As our way of honoring all of the fine fi ...…
 
Interview with film preservationist and projectionist, Helge Bernhardt. Original air date: June 29, 2017
 
Interview with filmmakers Eugene Lehnert and Chris Pecoraro about the short film they made about the conversion of the Overlook Drive-In from film to digital and 'the last projectionist', Helge Bernhardt. Original air date: April 5th, 2017For more information about 'The Last Projectionist' go to: https://www.facebook.com/thelastprojectionist/Fo ...…
 
Santana memories, back in my day, the otaku genome, NEET lifestyle, microfried, molten memories, home projectionist, theme song of an international country, benign rocketry & accompaniment, what kids love: , asking things, great names for kids, neighbors' shit, thoughts on diving, dentist plans, McWooooooorld, volume floor, Peve's new roommates ...…
 
Featured article for the week was Canada The Projectionist BATF (gene) Tiselius (crater) Artwork used is Bank of Prince Edward Island, one dollar (1877).By karl@karlbright.org (Karl & Lo at Two Pencil).
 
Want to play Kiss Marry Kill? This week, we revisit a comment from our Aliens episode where we were given the best KMK choices. Some picks were a no brainer; others were a little more difficult. Play along with us and let us know your picks in the comment section. We also bring back a shorter version of Bridget’s Science corner, where Bridget g ...…
 
And so the coup began. Sam and Bridget got together for a bonus mini episode as a sorry for our terrible ability to stick to a schedule. We pinky promise we will do better from now on. In the mean time, enjoy learning more about Sam and Bridget and their favorite animated movies of all time. Question of the Week: What are your favorite animated ...…
 
Actor Michael Sheen explores the history of Port Talbot's Plaza Cinema. A beautiful art-deco building , first opening in 1940, the Plaza was the heart of cinema entertainment for the people of Port Talbot for decades - a place where Richard Burton and Anthony Hopkins watched everyone from George Formby to Bogart and Cagney and where, growing up ...…
 
Actor Michael Sheen explores the history of Port Talbot's Plaza Cinema. A beautiful art-deco building , first opening in 1940, the Plaza was the heart of cinema entertainment for the people of Port Talbot for decades - a place where Richard Burton and Anthony Hopkins watched everyone from George Formby to Bogart and Cagney and where, growing up ...…
 
Better late than never. In this super late episode of Now Conspiring, we dive into Ridley Scott’s franchise and discuss what made it so great and whine about all the questions that are still unanswered, even after watching Alien: Covenant. Before our science fiction rant, we talk about real science in our very first Bridget’s Science Corner! It ...…
 
Brandon is originally from Oklahoma, where there are generally only two accepted ways in which a man may express himself: silence or rage. Brandon studied violin at the U of KS. Yes. Violin. He lives in KC, KS, in a tiny apartment that doesn’t adhere to normal Euclidian geometry. Brandon likes to drink beer, smoke cigarettes and play role-playi ...…
 
The gang cuts loose for an unedited half-hour On the Range of Val Kilmer. This is one is short and very sweet–perfect for sharing with friends!
 
It aggravates us to know of these amazing actors that don’t receive the praise or fame they deserve. In these week of Now Conspiring, the gang talks about their favorite underrated actors. As expected, we had major issues with the word ‘underrated’ and some actual Academy Nominees made it to our list. I know. We apologize. Before that we play a ...…
 
Legion. Is it the most powerful adaptation of comic book material we’ve yet seen–or just the craziest? We spend the whole hour on the fascinating show from Noah Hawley and FX.
 
So humanity had a significant event happen on may 9th called “the Changing of the Nodes” The movie that the Human Collective watches on the global stage has changed. It’s like we are all sitting in our seats in the theater and one movie ends and the projectionist puts on a new reel. You maybe already feeling the energy shift yourself. This mean ...…
 
Before tackling the second half of P.T. Anderson’s career in our recurring segment The Director’s Chair, we talk weird shows from childhood.
 
Father Ed Kennedy, Parochial Vicar at Blackwood's Our Lady of Hope Parish, stepped into the studio this week with Mike and Pete. Coming up on his first anniversary as an ordained priest, Father Kennedy shares the challenges and blessings he's experienced in the past 12 months; his family's priest heritage; and his first job as a movie theater p ...…
 
Revisiting Tom Hanks’ career is like flipping through a family photo album. And in a weird sort of way, so is revisiting Paul Thomas Anderson’s early career.
 
We have a full house on this week’s episode. RAK (aka Khan) and Jenny Pan join the podcast along with Maria’s best friend, Evie. After lengthy introductions and many fun tangents, we go around the table to talk about what we have read or watched in the past few weeks. This is quickly followed by Evie saying very embarrassing things about Maria ...…
 
Chip Taylor/Block Out The Sirens Of This Lonely World/Block Out The Sirens Of This Lonely World Leslie Nuchow/Water/Balm for Gilead Carolann Solebello/Bury Me Beneath the Willow /Threshold Darryl Purpose/Victory In The Struggle/Right Side Of Zero Sally Barris/The Idea/Singer-Songwriter Heaven - The Songs Of Kevin Faherty Hardened And Tempered/M ...…
 
Spread out a blanket at the park and pull out a good book: it’s (finally) Spring! Eddie, Miranda, and Sam discuss Sabriel, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman: Earth One, Marvel Unlimited, and more!
 
Just because they are famous, doesn’t mean they live up to the hype. This week on Now Conspiring, we talk about the actors and actresses we consider overrated but not before playing a good ol’ round of Would You Rather. We also discuss a little bit of what we did during our Easter weekend and our family traditions like ultra-challenging egg hun ...…
 
We fulfill a promise and finally review NBC’s Powerless, using it as a jumping off point for the question: Why do we keep watching shows that we don’t immediately love?
 
It's just us girls this week — Maria and Bridget — talking about personal stuff; and by ''talking'' I mean Maria asking questions and Bridget hating Maria for it. And by ''personal stuff'' I mean questions about our favorite movies and what they mean to us. After making Bridget uncomfortable, we move on to talk in depth about the latest Netflix ...…
 
First, the story of a young Miranda hanging out at Tippett Studio and coming to understand that everything in a film has been designed ahead of time; then, the gang continues their epic two-part talk on Westworld.
 
The worldwide transition to digital cinema exhibition has left few opportunities to learn and practice motion picture projection skills. As a teaching institution that promotes film exhibition and excellence in archival projection standards, however, the George Eastman Museum is known internationally as a leader in this field. Film Technician T ...…
 
The gang gets deep about Westworld, then Eddie and Miranda talk Dad Rock.
 
For this podcast we bring in Alex(not host Alex), member of The Dead Projectionists(https://www.thedeadprojectionists.com/), who tricks us into watching Child of God. In this James Franco directed film, adapted from the novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy, Scott Haze runs around like a madman yelling, snotting, and committing necrophilia, ...…
 
The Crow. Highlander. Sailor Moon. Point Break. The gang returns to some of our old favorites to ask the immortal question: So, Does It Hold Up?
 
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a great saxophone player, a movie house projectionist and a signal engineer with the Union Switch & Signal Company? We did too, so after searching high and low we found just the guy living on Long Island in Wading River, New York. Dave’s career in signaling began after correctly identifying a crescent wrench, an ...…
 
Since Hollywood isn't planning on slowing down with the remakes and Kong: Skull Island is now in theaters, the gang talks about the movies they think merit a remake. We also discuss what should be considered when remaking a franchise or a standalone movie, from respecting the original story to the style the director chooses to portray it. If yo ...…
 
Work–we all gotta do it. And then we all go home and watch TV shows about it. Workplace comedies are discussed in detail; then, 2017’s upcoming films are discussed in considerably less detail.
 
Criminal Minds, Hannibal, Murder, She Wrote, Twin Peaks, Unsolved Mysteries, Castle, Law & Order (original), Law & Order: SVU, X-Files, Dexter, The Killing, True Detective… that’s a lot of murder shows, people. We discuss what makes each distinct from the others.
 
Guy, John, and Matt are joined by Podcast Staple, Ken Plume to discuss a vast array of topics such as The Founder, Fast Food, Verne Troyer, Follow that Bird, and more. Then Guy brings everything down with a interesting story about a school projectionist.
 
Guy, John, and Matt are joined by Podcast Staple, Ken Plume to discuss a vast array of topics such as The Founder, Fast Food, Verne Troyer, Follow that Bird, and more. Then Guy brings everything down with a interesting story about a school projectionist.
 
When did you know you were a geek? And what would you give a burgeoning young geek to put them on the right path? The gang convenes to answer these questions, and then Victor Andersen returns to The Director’s Chair: this time around we talk Christopher Nolan.
 
Buffy made her television debut 20 years ago! Eddie, Miranda, and Patrick convene to discuss the Slayer, her friends, and the show’s impact on both pop culture and our lives.
 
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