Best wafca podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Cinema Royale
The official podcast of BFCA and WAFCA film critic, Travis Hopson!
WAFC Podcast
Welcome to the WAFC Audio Show (more aptly known as a Podcast) Listen to me review and preview films as well as simply talk about and deliver other movie related news with a Guest! Listen, Subscribe, But Mainly Enjoy! -William Ford-Conway
Mahmoud Abu Al-Wafa al-Saidi
Mahmoud Abu Al-Wafa al-Saidi – Quran Audio
Arabic calligraphy
Arabic Calligraphy is one of the most beautiful handwriting in the history. It has unique flexibility of drawing letters and words when combine all to gather to create beautiful piece of artwork. Also, when its come to the handwriting Arabic calligraphy is one of the most stylistic scripts in history as far as I know. For example one style has about 12-15 styles that is call Kufi
World Affairs Councils Podcast
WACA Podcasts feature the most influential authors and experts on subjects of national and international importance. Moderated by WACA President and CEO Bill Clifford.
Wigan Cosmos Football Club
You can hear all the Wigan Cosmos Football Club news, views and interviews right here 24 hours a day......
Every Earthwise programme features a discussion on conservation, environment or peace with justice. The interview might be with a local Cantabrian, with someone in a different part of the country, or a distinguished person from overseas.Broadcast on the first and third Monday evening at 9pm repeated the following Wednesday at 9:30am.The choice of topics varies considerably. Earthwise hopes that people who are especially interested in conservation will also find peace with justice issues inte ...
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Host Kevin Sampson talks with President of the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA), Tim Gordon, about his experience at Sundance this year. The two also debate the big 6 categories for the 2017 Oscar race. See more from Tim at: Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: ...…
Host Kevin Sampson talks with President of the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA), Tim Gordon, about the latest movies out (Miss Sloane, Jackie, & Lion). They also talk about the choices made for the best films of 2016 as decided by WAFCA members. Filmmaker Ally Marshall stops by to talk about her webseries Just Friends. Damion ...…
Host Kevin Sampson talks with WAFCA president and Black Reel Awards founder, Tim Gordon. WERA Radio Coordinator, Jesse Robinson, stops by to talk about acting in the DMV area. Alex Oshmyansky, writer/director of Career Opportunities in Organized Crime, the first feature film shot for virtual reality, talks with Kevin about the film and VR. Chec ...…
On a very special show, we will announce the winners of the 13th annual Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) Awards. Cinema Royale's Travis Hopson will be joined by Jason Fraley of WTOP and film critic Jen Chaney to reveal the winners in multiple categories, honoring the very best in cinema for the year 2014!…
It's that time of year when the Washington Area Film Critics Association picks their best of the year, we'll go over the nominations before the big announcement tomorrow morning. Outside of that we'll be talking all about DC comic's newest film property, The Suicide Squad. We'll find out who they are and the amazing casting news that came down. ...…
BFCA and WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson reviews Rage, the new film starring Nicolas Cage as an ex-mobster turned businessman who resorts to violence after his daughter is kidnapped and murdered by old enemies. Rachel Nichols, Peter Stormare, Max Ryan, and Aubrey Peeples co-star with Paco Cabrezas directing.…
Kevin Sampson's - Picture Lock
Host Kevin Sampson sits down with WAFCA President and Black Reel Awards founder Tim Gordon to talk about how he got into film, the 86th Academy Awards, and Tyler Perry's worst debut.
This week on Cinema Con Queso we are joined by our good friend Tim Gordon of FilmGordon to discuss a multitude of topics. Starting with a recap of the WAFCA awards results and then heading to top of 2013 territory as we give our top 3 performances as well as our favorite scenes of this last year in cinema. Also on the docket is our rundown of t ...…
On a very special episode of Cinema Royale, the nominees for the 12th annual Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) Awards will be revealed! Find out the top contenders in 18 categories representing the very best in cinema for 2013! Will we see The Wolf of Wall Street squaring off against 12 Years A Slave for Best Film? Where does ...…
This week on Cinema Con Queso we are joined by the always amazing "Movie Mom" Nell Minow, to talk about this weekends upcoming Washington Area Film Critics Association awards! We'll run down all of the categories and even clue you in to who we think are the favorites. Then it's on to this weekend's big release, Out of the Furnace, starring Chri ...…
On this week's show, Chadwick Boseman steps into the arena with WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson to discuss playing legendary Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson in '42'. Leslie "The Cinema Siren" Combemale chimes in to try and decipher Danny Boyle's trippy new heist film, 'Trance', plus we'll take a look at Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder'.…
On this episode of Snap Judgements, WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson reviews G.I. Joe: Retaliation, starring Dwayne Johnson and Channing Tatum.
On this week's show, WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson is joined by Gerard Butler and Antoine Fuqua of the upcoming blockbuster action film, Olympus Has Fallen. Spring Break forever, ya'll! Rocky Hadadi of Punch Drunk Critics and Chesapeake Family Magazine chimes in to talk about Harmony Korine's controversial film, Spring Breakers, with James Fr ...…
On this week's show, I'll be joined by Chilean director Pablo Larrain to talk about his Oscar-nominated political drama, No, starring Gael Garcia Bernal. Plus, WAFCA President Tim Gordon and I journey back to the Emerald City for Sam Raimi's highly anticipated prequel Oz the Great and Powerful, starring James Franco and Michelle Williams. We'll ...…
After what many are calling a tour de force performance in the Sundance hit, 'Blue Caprice', Isaiah Washington joins us to talk about portraying the infamous "Beltway Sniper" John Allen Muhammad! Plus, Sandie Angulo Chen of NextMovie calls in to discuss the upcoming zombie romance, 'Warm Bodies'. Then, Keeping It Reel host and WAFCA President T ...…
It's a HUGE week around the PDC as we are getting ready to vote on the annual Washington Area Film Critics Association (can you see why we use WAFCA?) awards. The awards are decided by the best and brightest film critics from the nation's capital and if history teaches us anything it will be a good preview of the Oscar's! Travis and John will b ...…
The awards season is officially upon us this week as we review one of the most talked about movies of the year, Steve McQueen's controversial, NC-17 rated drama, Shame! Plus, we'll be joined by Keeping It Reel's Tim Gordon to reveal and discuss the nominees for this year's WAFCA Awards! Who will take the grandest prize the nation's capital has ...…
Oscar Schmoscar. What is anybody gonna do with a Golden Globe, anyway? Don't even get me started on the Indie Spirit. Sounds like a deoderant. The only awards that matter are here are the WAFCA Awards, courtesy of the very best film critics in the Washington DC Area. In preparation for Monday morning's huge announcement of our WAFCA Award winne ...…
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