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Farthouse
The Fountain by Darren Aronofsky

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 75:04


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get into a bathtub with their jeans on. That's because they're chatting about Darren Aronofsky's ‘The Fountain.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey talk about their hatred for people who intentionally sit in the wrong assigned seat. The “Cuties” also put the film through their proprietary Fartsy Test to determine the “Fartsiness” of the film.If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
This Is Spinal Tap by Rob Reiner

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 62:38


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to eat sandwiches with tiny bread. That's because they're chatting about Rob Reiner's ‘This Is Spinal Tap.' In this episode, Patrick reveals that there was a follow-up film to ‘Saving Private Mallon.'  The “Cuties” also put the film through their proprietary Fartsy Test to determine the “Fartsiness” of the film.If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Badlands by Terrence Malick

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 71:07


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to murder a ton of people. That's because they're chatting about Terrence Malick's ‘Badlands.' In this episode, Patrick talks about how his parents almost hit Terrence Malick with their car. The “Cuties” also put the film through their proprietary Fartsy Test to determine the “Fartsiness” of the film.If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 540: Selling Indie Films with the Regional Cinema Model with Daedalus Howell

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 73:44


Today on the show we have writer/director Daedalus Howell. Daedalus' film Pill Head is the definition of being a Filmtrepreneur. So much, in fact,​ I used his film as a case study in my book Rise of the Filmtrepreneur®: How to Turn Your Indie Film into a Moneymaking Business. The method he used was the "regional cinema model." This mode; is based around developing, producing and distributing a film project targeted to the niche audience of a geographic area. He essentially made an Art House film for his hometown.Pill Head was entirely a hometown affair — from discounted permits to merchant buy-in and a recent theatrical release through a consortium of local exhibitors (no four-walling!) accompanied by tons of local press.In this interview, we go deep into the regional cinema model, how he creates multiple revenue streams and how he got that group of local theater owners to four wall his film for free. Enjoy my inspirational conversation with Daedalus Howell.

Farthouse
Phantom Thread by Paul Thomas Anderson

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 65:45


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to eat the mushroom. That's because they're chatting about Paul Thomas Anderson's ‘Phantom Thread.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss the similarities between Casey and Reynolds Woodcock. The “Cuties” also put the film through their proprietary Fartsy Test to determine the “Fartsiness” of the film.If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Maximum Cinema Filmpodcast
#38: Rückblick 2021, oder: Wenigstens die Filme waren gut

Maximum Cinema Filmpodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 91:23


Mit 2021 neigt sich ein weiteres schwieriges Jahr dem Ende zu, also bemühen sich Daniel, Lola, Olivier und Alan darum, das Gute daran hervorzuheben: Die Podcast-Originalbesetzung trifft sich zur extralangen Jahresrückblick-Folge und bespricht ihre Lieblingsfilme 2021 (sowie ein paar Hasstitel). Mit dabei: Meteoriten, Roboter, Kühe, eine doppelte Dosis Ritter – und noch ein bisschen ASMR obendrauf.Präsentiert von Allianz.

Farthouse
Eyes Wide Shut by Stanley Kubrick

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 69:39


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get kicked out of an elite sex party. That's because they're chatting about Stanley Kubrick's ‘Eyes Wide Shut.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss when they first learned what sex was. The “Cuties” also put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test.If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR Ep 67 Experiencing climate data through art

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 30:00


Citizens' Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCLer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below.  How can we help the public embrace the science that reveals our climate has been changing dramatically and very quickly? And more than that, how do we make them feel and experience the data so profoundly that it causes them to respond?  These are the questions UK-born artist Caroline Roberts brings to this month's episode of Citizens' Climate Radio, and to her art installation, the present of my life looks different under trees. This piece is an immersive installation of cyanotypes that has been exhibited at BOX13 ArtSpace and HCC Southwest in Houston, TX. Originally from the UK, Caroline moved to Houston, Texas, 18 years ago. She explains that a story about drowned forest thousands of years ago in the UK, along with recent flooding in her city, inspires and informs her artistic work.  “The installation consists of 60 11-feet high panels, each one representing a year of Houston weather data and encircling the Back BOX like a grove of trees. Each varies in width based on the rainfall intensity, as measured by the number of days on which the total rainfall was greater than three inches: the point at which street flooding occurs. The panel color, from ice-blue to blue-black, represents the average nighttime temperature for that year. At first glance the immersive nature of this cyanotype installation provides a cool environment as Houston temperatures fall into autumn. However, a closer look gives the bigger picture: more shocking than any graph, this forest-like environment shows the story of rising temperatures and intensifying rain events.” While Caroline started her career as a chemical engineer with the faith that science would save the environment, she soon realized that many fields and talents could contribute to environmental advocacy.  Caroline has always relied on science, and after crunching the numbers about the future of the country's coastline due to climate-related flooding, she found herself in a state of horror and shock for weeks. Caroline wanted people's jaws to drop when they saw her art, which visualizes the overwhelming information she has seen predicted for the near future. As environmental conditions over time have grown worse, her installation's fabric coincides, growing heavy and darker and colder as the fabric winds through history and to the present. Caroline says that viewers were “gobsmacked” by her forest of fabric, and hopes that all who see her piece will contemplate the view of their own life under trees. For more information on the data behind this installation please continue to the story and data page. The Art House For this month's segment, you will hear a dramatic reading of Kamil Haque's play, “Confessions of the Little Match Girl to the Star.” Kamil explains that in creating this piece, he chose to fracture a fairy tale, a nursery rhyme and the calling out to one's “mama.” These common symbols of innocence form the spine of the play.  To create the heart and soul of this piece, Kamil examined and extracted pieces from the transcripts of Greta Thunberg's 2019 U.N.'s Climate Action Summit and George Floyd's final moments in 2020. Through these channels he explores how two people on opposite ends of the age and racial spectrum express grief and anguish at their circumstances. How might their spirit and the spirit of their message live on literally and metaphorically? “Confessions of the Little Match Girl to the Star” was performed at The BTS Center's Climate Change Theatre Action 2021 event. It is read by Dr. Natasha DeJarnett, a public health expert and the chair of Citizens' Climate Education board.  You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change. Good News Report Our good news story this month comes from Solemi Herandez, the Southeast coordinator for Citizens' Climate Lobby. She tells us about her experiences at COP26 and shares good news about Climate Empowerment Article 12 of the Paris agreement. Solemi is hopeful for the future because of the involvement that she saw at COP26, and is hoping that more citizens will get engaged in climate work.  We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at (518) 595-9414 (+1 if calling from outside the USA). You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org.   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on: iTunes Spotify SoundCloud Podbean Stitcher Radio Northern Spirit Radio PlayerFM TuneIn Radio Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

Farthouse
Lamb by Valdimar Jóhannsson

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 65:40


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to adopt a freakish little half-lamb/ half-human. That's because they're chatting about Valdimar Jóhannsson's ‘Lamb.' In this episode, Casey gets labeled a “weak weiner.” The “Cuties” put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
The Piano by Jane Campion

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 60:34


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to slosh through an ungodly amount of mud. That's because they're chatting about Jane Campion's ‘The Piano.' Patrick and Casey also discuss Patrick's dramatic baseball career! Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
#225/Zoinks! The Gregory Ain / Museum of Modern Art House Mystery, Solved + Musical Guest Alice Peacock

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 63:47


In 1950, a modest glass-walled Modernist house designed by Gregory Ain was on exhibit in the Museum of Modern Art's garden, another in the Museum's series of full scale builds of Modernist houses.  A system of movable walls made flexible spaces even though there were only two-bedrooms.  But once the exhibition closed, the entire house, and any knowledge of it, disappeared. Countless people over the decades searched for it. The New York Times published an article in 2017 extolling the mystery and highlighting efforts from filmmakers, academics, and the Museum to find it.  Our George Smart solved this Modernist mystery, and today we'll hear from guests Emily Ain, Cornelia Cotton, Soni and Lisa Bell, David Stevens, Shaun Kelly, and New York Times reporter Eve Kahn. Later on, musical guest Alice Peacock, for which we swoon.  

Grumpy Young Men
297 - Enemy

Grumpy Young Men

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 58:25


This week we're continuing our series on Denis Villeneuve's films with Enemy, where Jake Gyllenhaal plays two men that look exactly like each other. We talk about the color of the movie (yellow), the feel of the movie (sick), and get to the bottom of what the heck those spiders are all about. Also, why we hate assertive birds. (Recorded November 29th, 2021.)

Farthouse
The Holy Mountain by Alejandro Jodorowsky

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 64:20


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to eat some Jesus cake. That's because they're chatting about Alejandro Jodorowsky's ‘The Holy Mountain.' Patrick and Casey also discuss the weirdness of Venice, California! Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

B.O. Boys (Movie Box Office)
Encanto barely beats Ghostbusters: Afterlife to take #1 and House of Gucci brings adults back to the theaters. Plus, Licorice Pizza has a gobsmacking $87K per screen average! Is the arthouse back?

B.O. Boys (Movie Box Office)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 63:34


Yes, Encanto is #1, but its Ghostbusters: Afterlife's 45% drop that is the story of the weekend. Is this IP stronger than we thought?    Also, House of Gucci brought the adults back to the theater. Studios know that the rats need their cheese, but will they get the message that the adults need their brie?   And finally, Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza lit up the arthouse this weekend in 4 theaters in NYC and LA. Is this greasing the tracks for Simon Rex's Red Rocket to pop off next weekend? The Boys give their two cents   Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com

Boxoffice Podcast
INDIE FOCUS: State of the Art House 2021, Presented by Spotlight Cinema Networks

Boxoffice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 46:59


In this week's episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, Daniel Loria, Rebecca Pahle, and Shawn Robbins discuss weekend box office numbers and predictions for the Thanksgiving weekend's new titles.In this week's Indie Focus feature, Rebecca and Daniel present some of the key insights from Boxoffice LIVE Sessions' State of the Art House webinar, featuring expertise from Paul Serwitz (President and COO, Landmark Theatres), Tori Baker (President & CEO, Salt Lake Film Society), Dylan Skolnick (Co-Director, Cinema Arts Centre), Barbara Twist (Director of Partnerships, Vidiots Foundation), and Barak Epstein (President, Aviation Cinemas / Texas Theatre).Give us your feedback on our podcast by accessing this survey: https://forms.gle/CcuvaXCEpgPLQ6d18 Episode Resources: FULL VIDEO: Boxoffice LIVE Sessions - State of the Art House 2021 Thanksgiving Box Office Forecast: Will Holiday Moviegoers Feast On Encanto, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, House of Gucci, and Resident Evil?   Cinematic Enchantment: Disney Reunites with Lin-Manual Miranda for Animated Musical Encanto   Interview with Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Writer-Director Johannes Roberts Ryusuke Hamaguchi on Adapting Haruki Murakami's Drive My Car   Weekend Box Office Recap: Ghostbusters: Afterlife Opens to $44M  Interview with Ghostbusters: Afterlife Director Jason Reitman No Time to Die Becomes Top Studio Title of 2020-2021 at the Global Box Office This Week on the Box Office Podcast: L.A.'s Iconic Vidiots Plans Its Return In Late 2021 This Week on The Boxoffice Podcast: Sundance at the Art House with The Texas Theatre Paul Serwitz on the Reopening of NYC Cinemas Art Houses Fight On: Salt Lake Film Society Launches @homeArts What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 03:42 Ghostbusters Afterlife opens to $44M domestically 06:12 King Richard debuts at $5.7M 08:17 No Time to Die remains theatrically exclusive 11:16 Latest weekend box office titles 14:28 What to expect during the Thanksgiving weekend? 15:18 Expectations for House of Gucci 18:30 Resident Evil: Welcome to the Raccoon City 21:15 Arthouse theaters stay innovative throughout the pandemic 23:12 Drivers that lead audiences back into theaters 26:25 Title availability compromises the theatrical business 29:00 Netflix and Amazon's pull on high quality films 31:13 Streaming is a way to gauge what content works 35:00 Marketing arthouses make for a title 37:47 Streamers are not targeting box office numbers 42:39 Creating a welcoming atmosphere for different communities 44:58 There's still a great need to diversify the audience

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR 66 Hospitality in a Time of Climate Change

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:00


We live in a world with stronger and more frequent extreme weather events. As a result, giving and receiving hospitality is becoming the new normal for humans. Citizens' Climate Radio host Peterson Toscano speaks with public theologian Jayme R. Reaves and public health expert Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. What are the risks leading to more displacement? What are the dilemmas and challenges of housing, feeding, and creating more space for people uprooted from homes during extreme weather? And what are some of the creative ways communities provide protection to those temporarily or permanently unhoused?  Jayme R. Reaves is the director of academic development at Sarum College in Salisbury, England. She teaches in areas such as biblical studies, and feminist and liberation theology. Over the last 20 years, she has worked as a consultant, researcher, lecturer, and facilitator in the U.S., former Yugoslavia, Northern Ireland, and Great Britain. Her focus internationally has been on the intersections between theology and public issues such as peace, conflict, hospitality, memory, and gender.  Jayme discusses the roles that scarcity and abundance play in making sure that those most impacted by the environment in the community around us are cared for. She calls on churches to work in their own communities to make congregations aware of sharing with those who don't have as much.  Jayme regularly speaks, leads retreats, conducts workshops, and acts as “theologian in residence” with communities who wish to dive deeper into understanding theological frameworks for social justice activism. She's the author of Safeguarding the Stranger: An Abrahamic Theology & Ethic of Protective Hospitality (Wipf & Stock, 2016) and co-editor of When Did We See You Naked?: Jesus as a Victim of Sexual Abuse (SCM, 2021).  Additionally, she co-hosts the podcast Outlander Soul, which looks at the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon with a theological, religious, and spiritual lens and takes seriously the role fiction plays in fans' lives as a sacred text. Jayme lives in Dorset, England with her partner and two dogs. Dr. Natasha DeJarnett is an assistant professor in the Christina Lee Brown Environment Institute at the University of Louisville Division of Environmental Medicine, researching the health impacts of extreme heat exposure and environmental health disparities. Additionally, she is a professorial lecturer in Environmental and Occupational Health at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Previously, Dr. DeJarnett was the interim associate director of Program and Partnership Development at the National Environmental Health Association, leading research, climate and health, and children's environmental health.  She also previously served as a policy analyst at the American Public Health Association (APHA), where she led the Natural Environment portfolio, including air and water exposures along with climate change. Dr. DeJarnett is a member of the EPA's Children's Health Protection Advisory Committee, is chair of the Governing Board of Citizens' Climate Education, a member of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility, chair-elect for APHA's Environment Section, member of the Advisory Board of APHA's Center for Climate, Health and Equity, a member of the Board of Trustees for the BTS Center, special advisor to the Environmental Health and Equity Collaborative, and the Steering Committee of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition. Dr. DeJarnett emphasizes that more than ever before, people are being displaced as a result of severe weather phenomena caused by climate change. In 2018, 16 million people were displaced due to climate, 1.2 million of which were American. She points out that in 2020, more hurricanes and tropical storms made landfall than ever before, to the point where letters in the Greek alphabet were being used to name them, as the list of hurricane names had been used up. Dr. DeJarnett says that church communities are presented with the opportunity to provide hospitality more than ever by turning churches into cooling centers, and by educating the community about staying safe through weather phenomena. To learn more about building community resilience see the US Climate Resilience Toolkit or see how you can get involved with establishing a local or regional Climate Resilience Hub.  The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Dr. Krista Hiser with The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club. The purpose of the book club is to look at climate-themed literature and consider how it can help us engage differently with interdisciplinary topics and existential threats related to the planetary predicament of climate change.  In this episode, Krista reflects on Deena Metzger's novel A Rain of Night Birds.  Dr. Krista Hiser is Professor at Kapiʻolani Community College. Her Ph.D. is in Educational Administration from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She has published works on community engagement, service-learning, organizational change, post-apocalyptic and cli-fi literature.  In this month's episode, Krista tells us that the protagonist of “A Rain of Night Birds” is a scientist that also relies on feeling to gauge the environmental phenomena around her. With themes of spiritualism and indigenous culture, this “literature of restoration” focuses on the concept of doing no harm, based on the importance of the world around us. You can read a written version of Krista's essay at The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club for Sustainability in Higher Education on Medium. You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change. Good News Report Our good news comes from Anthony Leiserowitz at Yale Climate Connections. In tune with the theme of hospitality, Anthony discusses a disaster resiliency program geared toward Spanish-speaking residents in Sonoma County, California. Whether people lose power or work as a result of climate and weather disasters, many nonprofits are developing plans and guides to help Spanish speakers in the west prepare. These programs help residents sign up for emergency alerts, prepare for emergencies, and make financial arrangements needed to safely leave during severe weather. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voicemail at (518) 595-9414 (+1 if calling from outside the U.S.). You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio. Photo by furkanfdemir from Pexels

Citizens Climate Radio
Ep 66 Hospitality in a Time of Climate Change

Citizens Climate Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:00


Citizens' Climate Radio host Peterson Toscano speaks with public theologian Jayme R. Reaves and public health expert Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. Jayme R. Reaves is the director of academic development at Sarum College in Salisbury, England. She teaches in areas such as biblical studies, and feminist and liberation theology. Jayme discusses the roles that scarcity and abundance play in making sure that those most impacted by the environment in the community around us are cared for. She calls on churches to work in their own communities to make congregations aware of sharing with those who don't have as much. She's the author of Safeguarding the Stranger: An Abrahamic Theology & Ethic of Protective Hospitality (Wipf & Stock, 2016) and co-editor of When Did We See You Naked?: Jesus as a Victim of Sexual Abuse (SCM, 2021). Dr. Natasha DeJarnett is an assistant professor in the Christina Lee Brown Environment Institute at the University of Louisville Division of Environmental Medicine, researching the health impacts of extreme heat exposure and environmental health disparities. Additionally, she is a professorial lecturer in Environmental and Occupational Health at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Previously, Dr. DeJarnett was the interim associate director of Program and Partnership Development at the National Environmental Health Association, leading research, climate and health, and children's environmental health. Dr. DeJarnett emphasizes that more than ever before, people are being displaced as a result of severe weather phenomena caused by climate change. In 2018, 16 million people were displaced due to climate, 1.2 million of which were American. She points out that in 2020, more hurricanes and tropical storms made landfall than ever before, to the point where letters in the Greek alphabet were being used to name them, as the list of hurricane names had been used up. Dr. DeJarnett says that church communities are presented with the opportunity to provide hospitality more than ever by turning churches into cooling centers, and by educating the community about staying safe through weather phenomena. The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Dr. Krista Hiser with The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club. The purpose of the book club is to look at climate-themed literature and consider how it can help us engage differently with interdisciplinary topics and existential threats related to the planetary predicament of climate change. In this month's episode, Krista tells us that the protagonist of “A Rain of Night Birds” is a scientist that also relies on feeling to gauge the environmental phenomena around her. With themes of spiritualism and indigenous culture, this “literature of restoration” focuses on the concept of doing no harm, based on the importance of the world around us. Good News Report Our good news comes from Anthony Leiserowitz at Yale Climate Connections. In tune with the theme of hospitality, Anthony discusses a disaster resiliency program geared toward Spanish-speaking residents in Sonoma County, California. Whether people lose power or work as a result of climate and weather disasters, many nonprofits are developing plans and guides to help Spanish speakers in the west prepare. These programs help residents sign up for emergency alerts, prepare for emergencies, and make financial arrangements needed to safely leave during severe weather. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voicemail at (518) 595-9414 (+1 if calling from outside the U.S.). You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org

Farthouse
Gummo by Harmony Korine

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 67:31


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to take the dirtiest bath of all time! That's because they're chatting about Harmony Korine's ‘Gummo.' Patrick and Casey also discuss tornadoes! Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Kings of King of Queens

Doug has had it with Arthur's encroachment, and Arthur has had enough of Douglas's mood swings! Kyle and Evan watch and discuss Season 1, Episode 24: Art House. (Theme Song: Traffic Isle by Lobo Loco) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

ArtHouse Radio
Mare of Easttown Finale Explained

ArtHouse Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 7:37


Spoilers!! What a show this is! So many great twists and turns! #katewinslet #mareofeasttown #hboseriesPATREONHelp me make more video essays by supporting me on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/arthouseradioPAYPALIf you'd rather make a one-time donation you can do it via PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/arthouse43troy©ArtHouse 43, LLC Produced by ArtHouse 43, LLC

ArtHouse Radio
Rocky as Metaphor for Change?

ArtHouse Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 15:07


Who is Rocky Balboa REALLY? What can we learn from this entire story? #rocky #rockymovies #sylvesterstallonePATREONHelp me make more video essays by supporting me on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/arthouseradioPAYPALIf you'd rather make a one-time donation you can do it via PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/arthouse43troy©ArtHouse 43, LLC Produced by ArtHouse 43, LLCAll copyrighted clips used are intended for educational purposes!

Sean's Russia Blog
The Lenfilm Art House

Sean's Russia Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 89:53


Guest: Catriona Kelly on Soviet Art House: Lenfilm Studio under Brezhnev published by Oxford University Press. The post The Lenfilm Art House appeared first on SRB Podcast.

Farthouse
Being John Malkovich by Spike Jonze

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 61:44


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to see life through the eyes of John Malkovich! That's because they're chatting about Spike Jonze's ‘Being John Malkovich.' Patrick reads a snippet from his embarrassing college review of ‘Synecdoche, New York.' Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Impossible Beauty
Episode 68: Sandra McCracken- "Send Out Your Light"

Impossible Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 32:29


Sandra McCracken is a singer-songwriter and hymn writer from Nashville, Tennessee who has produced 14 solo albums over two decades. Sandra's music has also been featured in TV, including ‘Ten Thousand Angels' on ABC's Grey's Anatomy and has over 15 million streams. Sandra is also a published author, contributing a regular column in Christianity Today and recently released her first book "Send Out Your Light" in September 2021.My conversation with Sandra was so encouraging. In our time together, we talk about her new book's invitation to see the Light God has given each of us and what it looks like to send that Light back out into the world. We also talk about how Sandra has experienced God's Light in her own seasons of darkness and what encouragement she might give to those of us are feeling a little worn out after the experience of the past-year-and-a-half. If you are feeling weary or are needing a reminder of God's working in your life, even if you can't see or feel it, this one is for you.

Farthouse
Fitzcarraldo by Werner Herzog

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 70:46


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to build an opera house! That's because they're chatting about Werner Herzog's ‘Fitzcarraldo.' Patrick talks about his recent medical issues. Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Podcast – Dark Matter Zine
David Verbeek on Art House and horror

Podcast – Dark Matter Zine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 17:36


David VERBEEK (1980, Netherlands) studied film, photography and philosophy at the New School University in New York, and film directing at the Netherlands Film Academy, ... The post David Verbeek on Art House and horror appeared first on Dark Matter Zine.

Embark
Sea and Sky: The Bold Simplicity of Paul Pedulla's Art

Embark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 27:51


Paul Pedulla is a Boston-based artist who busts the myth of the 'starving artist.'  His passion to create -- and about six month's of art lessons -- has propelled him to national recognition, critical acclaim, and financial success.We talk about being in flow and allowing a painting to happen, his advice to creatives who feel discouraged, and if he's ever experienced 'artist's block'.Paul Pedulla's contemporary paintings are representational yet minimal. There's a simplicity that draws you in and a depth that finds you frequently discovering something new. The artist has been featured in ARTSCOPE Magazine, Boston Voyager Magazine, various podcasts and blogs, and his work has appeared in The Boston Globe and numerous other publications and online media. He is represented by Coastal Contemporary Gallery of Newport, Rhode Island, Bee Street Gallery of Dallas, Texas, JCO's Art House of Los Gatos, California, Saugatuck Art Traders of Saugatuck, Michigan, Sharon Weiss Gallery of Columbus, Ohio, AMZehnder Gallery of Wellfleet, Massachusetts, and Serena & Lily nationwide.  Works by Paul Pedulla have been singled out by art professionals, educators and interior designers from Seattle to New England, and can be found in collectors' homes and businesses from California to Germany.See Paul's work hereInstagram @paulpedulla Facebook    

Farthouse
Dancer in the Dark by Lars von Trier with Kevin Ferguson

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 74:53


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get devastated. That's because they're chatting about Lars von Trier's ‘Dancer in the Dark.' And to do so they are joined by a very special guest, the senior producer of NPR's ‘Bullseye with Jesse Thorn,' Kevin Ferguson. With his help, they dissect this very dreary movie. Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and Kevin on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Oldie But A Goodie
#148: Wings of Desire (with Ben Volchok)

Oldie But A Goodie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 61:56


Wings of Desire, released October 29th in 1987, is a German film about angels and love and becoming human. One of our regular guests, Ben Volchok, loves this movie. It's one of his all-time favourites. So he's back on the show to review it with us. Even though this movie is very serious and poetic, don't worry, we still make heaps of jokes. Join the Bad Porridge Club on Patreon for TWO bonus episodes each month! https://www.patreon.com/oldiebutagoodiepod Follow Ben Volchok! Website: https://www.benvolchok.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/benvolchok/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/zomgmouse TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@benjaminvolchok Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/zomgmouse/  Follow the show! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldiebutagoodiepod/  Facebook: https://fb.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjfdXHxK_rIUsOEoFSx-hGA  Podcast Platforms: https://linktr.ee/oldiebutagoodiepod  Got feedback? Send us an email at oldiebutagoodiepod@gmail.com Follow the hosts! Sandro Falce - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandrofalce/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandrofalce - Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/SandroFalce/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/kegelandgregmusic  - Nerd-Out Podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerd-out-podcast  Zach Adams - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zach4dams/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZackoCaveWizard Donations: https://paypal.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Please do not feel like you have to contribute anything but any donations are greatly appreciated! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Farthouse
Daughters of Darkness by Harry Kümel with Film Critic Katie Walsh

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 74:32


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get seduced by a countess. That's because they're chatting about Harry Kümel's ‘Daughters of Darkness.' And to do so they are joined by a very special guest, the wonderful film critic Katie Walsh. With her help, they all dissect the seductive vampire lesbian film genre. Plus, they put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and Katie on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR 65 Extreme Heat and Insurance Solutions with Kathy Baughman McLeod

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:00


Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center reveals the many risks that come with extreme heat. She also provides multiple solutions, including innovative ways to use insurance to change the way we build and respond to extreme weather. Kathy Baughman McLeod leads the Center's work to reach one billion people worldwide with climate resilience solutions by 2030. She also chairs the Extreme Heat Resilience Alliance which partners with climate-forward Mayors around the world to appoint Chief Heat Officers. Additionally, Kathy is spearheading the global push to name and categorize heat waves. She was formerly Global Executive for Environmental and Social Risk at Bank of America, Managing Director for Climate Risk & Resilience at The Nature Conservancy, and a Florida Climate Commissioner. She is the recipient of the Duke University Fuqua School of Business 2021 “Leader of Consequence” award. Learn more about Kathy and her work to reach one billion people with climate solutions by visiting One Billion Resilient. Follow Kathy on Twitter.  Articles by Kathy Baughman McLeod and others about responding to extreme heat. Foreign Affairs' “Building a Resilient Planet,” Marketplace's “How the U.S. could be smarter about insuring against extreme weather-related disasters,” The Financial Times' “Cities Appoint ‘Heat Officers' In Response to Warming Threat,” The New Yorker's “Oil's Bad, Bad Day,” The Climate Pod's “How Do We Live with Hotter ‘Climate Normals'?,” Reuter's “U.S. Cities Hire specialists to counter climate change as impacts worsen,” and Fast Company's “Athens will be the first European city to appoint a Chief Heat Officer.”bHeat is Killing Us and The Economy Too The Atlantic Council The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Marissa Slaven. In 2019 we featured her in Episode 33 to talk about her young adult climate themed novel, Code Blue. Now Marissa is back with the squeal, Code Red. She was inspired by her daughter to write this series of eco-fiction thriller, where a teenage girl and her friends battle climate change. I sat down with her to talk about the new book and to hear her read an excerpt. To learn more about Marissa and her books, visit Stormbird Press. You can also follow her on Twitter.  You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news story this month comes from Flannery Winchester, communications director at Citizens Climate Lobby. Because of the many efforts by CCL volunteers, the needle is moving towards carbon fee and dividend as one of the ways to address climate change. She talks about the budget reconciliation process and volunteer lobbying and how politicians and the press are responding. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

Citizens Climate Radio
Ep 65 Extreme Heat and Insurance Solutions with Kathy Baughman McLeod

Citizens Climate Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:00


Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center reveals the many risks that come with extreme heat. She also provides multiple solutions, including innovative ways to use insurance to change the way we build and respond to extreme weather. Kathy Baughman McLeod leads the Center's work to reach one billion people worldwide with climate resilience solutions by 2030. She also chairs the Extreme Heat Resilience Alliance which partners with climate-forward Mayors around the world to appoint Chief Heat Officers. Additionally, Kathy is spearheading the global push to name and categorize heat waves. She was formerly Global Executive for Environmental and Social Risk at Bank of America, Managing Director for Climate Risk & Resilience at The Nature Conservancy, and a Florida Climate Commissioner. She is the recipient of the Duke University Fuqua School of Business 2021 “Leader of Consequence” award. www.atlanticcouncil.org/ The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Marissa Slaven. In 2019 we featured her in Episode 33 to talk about her young adult climate themed novel, Code Blue. Now Marissa is back with the squeal, Code Red. She was inspired by her daughter to write this series of eco-fiction thriller, where a teenage girl and her friends battle climate change. I sat down with her to talk about the new book and to hear her read an excerpt. To learn more about Marissa and her books, visit Stormbird Press. https://stormbirdpress.com You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news story this month comes from Flannery Winchester, communications director at Citizens Climate Lobby. Because of the many efforts by CCL volunteers, the needle is moving towards carbon fee and dividend as one of the ways to address climate change. She talks about the budget reconciliation process and volunteer lobbying and how politicians and the press are responding. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

Catalyst and Witness
2021 Festival Dispatch #2

Catalyst and Witness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021


The second 2021 festival dispatch of the Catalyst and Witness podcast, devoted to exploring the films and format of the New York Film Festival, hosted by Ryan Swen. This covers the second week of the 2021 New York Film Festival, and features guests Forrest Cardamenis, Edo Choi, Soham Gadre, Susannah Gruder, Jeva Lange, and Jason Miller.0:00-54:44 - Part One54:45-1:55:41 - Part Two

Farthouse
Hereditary by Ari Aster

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 76:24


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to HAIL PAIMON! That's because they're chatting about Ari Aster's ‘Hereditary.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss being scared at the movies. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Eyes Without a Face by Georges Franju

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 64:59


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to remove some faces. That's because they're chatting about Georges Franju's ‘Eyes Without a Face.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss their favorite Halloween episodes of TV shows. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Pretty Much Geek
Episode 2: The Wailing (2016) | Halloween Horror Month |

Pretty Much Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 47:36


A South Korean village becomes host to a series of brutal murders, infections and mayhem. Coroners say its related to shrooms but the officers and many in the town think a Japanese man who just moved into town not long ago is to blame. What follows is a tale of possession, lies and supernatural horror which tears apart a fathers sanity and his family's soul. Deeply rooted in Korean folklore and myth, todays show we discuss Na Hong-Jin's The Wailing.

Catalyst and Witness
2021 Festival Dispatch #1

Catalyst and Witness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


The first 2021 festival dispatch of the Catalyst and Witness podcast, devoted to exploring the films and format of the New York Film Festival, hosted by Ryan Swen. This covers the first week of the 2021 New York Film Festival, and features guests Forrest Cardamenis, Soham Gadre, Susannah Gruder, and Patrick Preziosi. (Edo Choi was also on the call but could not be included due to technical difficulties.)0:00-34:08 - Part One34:09-1:11:09 - Part Two

Farthouse
Don't Look Now by Nicolas Roeg

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 62:13


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to contact their dead children through a medium. That's because they're chatting about Nicolas Roeg's ‘Don't Look Now.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey are shocked to find the complete nude scene from this film posted on Wikipedia. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like the show, join our Patreon!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Princess Mononoke by Hayao Miyazaki

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 65:18


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to find harmony with nature. That's because they're chatting about Hayao Miyazaki's ‘Princess Mononoke.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss the little ghost butts in the film. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Conversations of Inspiration
​​The art of using business to change lives with Becky Sheraidah founder of Arthouse Unlimited

Conversations of Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 59:47


How could each of us channel our passions into a cause for good? That's exactly what Becky Sheraidah did when she founded Arthouse Unlimited. Believing that offering a sense of purpose is at the heart of improving our happiness, health and wellbeing, Becky began working with a collective of artists, each living with complex neuro-diverse and physical support needs, to create stunningly beautiful products. Becky speaks to Holly about her determination to harness raw talent and create a business where people living with disabilities could feel valued and validated by commercial success. Arthouse Unlimited is a remarkable enterprise that is empowering its workforce, driving social inclusion and changing lives everyday through the power of art.

Citizens Climate Radio
Ep 64 Hinduism and LGBTQ climate work with Hari Venkatachalam

Citizens Climate Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 30:00


How does an American Hindu approach the climate crisis? What ancient values and teachings apply to modern life in America today? And how does this relate to LGBTQ issues and public health? Hari Venkatachalam connects his faith, work, heritage, and even his sexual orientation to living in a climate-changed world. In the episode Hari reveals how extreme weather, which affects everyone, disproportionally impacts LGBTQ homeless youth. Citizens Climate Radio host, Peterson Toscano, explains, Up to 40% of youth living on the streets in the United States and Canada are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary. Many of them avoid going to shelters because they assume they will received the same discrimination and hostility they escaped. This is especially true for transgender and gender non-binary young people. This puts them at extra risk during extreme weather events. Hari Venkatachalam also talks about his faith and the principles handed down to him from his father. Hari is an active member of Sadhana: A Coalition of Progressive Hindus, and his activism focuses on environmental justice, LGBTQ+ issues, and public health. He currently works in Tampa, Florida as a public health researcher for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center, also weighs in to talk about the dangers of extreme heat. Joining us in the Art House is Dr. Krista Hiser, with the first in a series of an occasional feature called The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book cCub. The purpose of the book club is to look at climate-themed literature and consider how it can help us engage differently with interdisciplinary topics and existential threats related to the planetary predicament of climate change. In this episode Krista reflects on the cli-fi novel, Blaze Island by Catherine Bush, and lets her imagination run wild, as she pulls together some of the greatest minds in climate fiction. Dr. Krista Hiser is Professor at Kapiʻolani Community College. Her PhD is in Educational Administration from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She has published on community engagement, service-learning, organizational change, post-apocalyptic and cli-fi literature. You can read a written version of Krista's essay at The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club for Sustainability in Higher Education on Medium. You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news comes from Anthony Leiserowitz at Yale Climate Connections. You will hear about a new fund which aims to bring more people into the climate conversation.

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR Ep 64 Hinduism and LGBTQ climate work with Hari Venkatachalam

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 30:00


How does an American Hindu approach the climate crisis? What ancient values and teachings apply to modern life in America today? And how does this relate to LGBTQ issues and public health? Hari Venkatachalam connects his faith, work, heritage, and even his sexual orientation to living in a climate-changed world. In the episode Hari reveals how extreme weather, which affects everyone, disproportionally impacts LGBTQ homeless youth. Citizens Climate Radio host, Peterson Toscano, explains,  Up to 40% of youth living on the streets in the United States and Canada are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary. Many of them avoid going to shelters because they assume they will received the same discrimination and hostility they escaped. This is especially true for transgender and gender non-binary young people. This puts them at extra risk during extreme weather events. Hari Venkatachalam also talks about his faith and the principles handed down to him from his father. Hari is an active member of Sadhana: A Coalition of Progressive Hindus, and his activism focuses on environmental justice, LGBTQ+ issues, and public health. He currently works in Tampa, Florida as a public health researcher for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center, also weighs in to talk about the dangers of extreme heat. The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Dr. Krista Hiser, with the first in a series of an occasional feature called The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book cCub. The purpose of the book club is to look at climate-themed literature and consider how it can help us engage differently with interdisciplinary topics and existential threats related to the planetary predicament of climate change.    In this episode Krista reflects on the cli-fi novel, Blaze Island by Catherine Bush, and lets her imagination run wild, as she pulls together some of the greatest minds in climate fiction.    Dr. Krista Hiser is Professor at Kapiʻolani Community College. Her PhD is in Educational Administration from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She has published on community engagement, service-learning, organizational change, post-apocalyptic and cli-fi literature.  You can read a written version of Krista's essay at The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club for Sustainability in Higher Education on Medium.  You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news comes from Anthony Leiserowitz at Yale Climate Connections. You will hear about a new fund which aims to bring more people into the climate conversation.  We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.  

Farthouse
A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 60:39


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to drink milk plus. That's because they're chatting about Stanley Kubrick's ‘A Clockwork Orange.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss how they'd fare in prison. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Y Tu Mamá También by Alfonso Cuarón

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 60:52


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to drive across Mexico. That's because they're chatting about Alfonso Cuarón's ‘Y Tu Mamá También.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss their favorite road trip movies. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Shame by Steve McQueen

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 63:55


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to throw away their porn VHS tapes. That's because they're chatting about Steve McQueen's ‘Shame.' In this episode, Patrick and Casey discuss how this movie has not aged well. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR Ep 63 Climate Change Theatre Action 2021

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 30:00


Chantal Bilodeau tells us about Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) 2021. Founded in 2015, CCTA is a worldwide series of readings and performances of short climate change plays presented biennially to coincide with the United Nations COP meetings.  CCTA was originally founded by Elaine Ávila, Chantal Bilodeau, Roberta Levitow, and Caridad Svich following a model pioneered by NoPassport Theatre Alliance. It has since evolved into a U.S.-Canada collaboration between The Arctic Cycle and the Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts. Chantal is a playwright and translator originally from Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal, but now based in New York City, the traditional land of the Lenape People. In her capacity as artistic director of The Arctic Cycle, she has been instrumental in getting the theatre and academic communities, as well as audiences in the U.S. and abroad, to engage in climate action through programming that includes live events, talks, publications, workshops, national and international convenings, and a worldwide distributed theatre festival. To tell us about one of the plays is Dr Zoë Svendsen, Lecturer in Drama and Performance in the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge. Dr. Svendson's play comes out of a larger project called Love Letter to a Livable Planet. Through collaboration with members of METIS Arts, Zoe created a short play called Love Out of Ruins, where we get to decide many of the details.  Think of it as a much more sophisticated version of Mad-Libs with the aim to create a vision of the future worth pursuing. The play begins in the present time and moves forward. You get to decide the details that shape the character's world. You can read Love Out of Ruins by Zoë Svendsen at one of your CCL events. In fact, having a group of friends, students, or climate advocates sit and each fill in the lines can be a mind and heart expanding activity.  Then you can share the results at a Climate Change Theatre Action event you host and read some of the plays by the 49 other playwrights from around the world.  Learn more about how you can get your hands on these plays and host your own event. Visit climatechangetheatreaction.com.  The Art House As a podcaster and radio producer, our host, Peterson Toscano listens to many climate change podcasts. Every now and then though he hears a well designed podcast that hits him in the heart and the gut. It becomes a transformative audio experience. This is exactly what happened when he first listened to Claude Schryer's Conscient podcast. As a sound designer, he is able to reach deep into a listener's mind and even our bodies. Sound has that power. Peterson chatted with Claude about his podcast and his own journey as an artist addressing climate change. From that recorded conversation, Claude wove in sound effects and personal reflection.  We encourage you to listen with headphones on.  The conscient podcast / balado conscient is a bilingual series of conversations about arts, conscience and the ecological crisis.You will find it wherever you listen to podcasts.  You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change Good News Report Our good news story this month comes from the US State of Utah. Tom Moyer shares How 25 Republicans in Utah came to endorse carbon fee and dividend.  If you have good news to share, email us radio @ citizensclimate.org We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voice mail at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.  

Farthouse
Brazil by Terry Gilliam

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 65:32


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get stuck in the bureaucracy. That's because they're chatting about Terry Gilliam's Brazil. In this episode, Patrick and Casey admit their love for this movie is dwindling. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd

Farthouse
Le Samouraï by Jean-Pierre Melville

Farthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 56:34


The “Cinephile Cuties” are ready to get caught murdering a nightclub owner. That's because they're chatting about Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samourai. In this episode, Casey sings a moving rendition of "Ring of Keys" from the Tony award-winning musical Fun Home. Plus, the boys put this film through their proprietary Fartsy Test. And Patrick recommends a drink pairing. If you like this show, tell a friend!Follow Farthouse on Twitter and InstagramFollow Patrick and Casey and on TwitterAnd follow Patrick and Casey on Letterboxd