Clancy Overell, Wendell Hussey and Effie Bateman wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. Betoota on Instagram Betoota on TikTok Produced by DM PodcastsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Trevor and his buddy Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast as they share some "Partner Picks" from their collections e.g. movies that they'd like to share with their significant others. Brad's Picks: 7:15 - Compliance (2012) 30:15 - The Child's Play Franchise (1988 - Ongoing) 57:30 - The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) 1:22:00 - Shutter Island (2010) Trevor's Picks: 18:00 - Coup De Cinema (2014) 41:30 - Lethal Weapon 1 - 4 (1988 - 1998) 1:10:05 - Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996) 1:31:45 And stick around for speed round, where Trevor and Brad briefly talk about runner up picks that they didn't have time to spotlight. Check out Brad's podcast, Cinema Speak on Libsyn at Cinema Speak, or on Twitter and Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema
Et comment cette série visionnaire renouvelle-t-elle le « whodunit » de fond en comble? Combien de fois le groupe flamand Clouseau va-t-il remplir le Sportpaleis pour ses 40 ans de carrière ? Comment « Le lapin de velours » est-il un roman précurseur de la littérature enfantine ? Qui chante le mieux le Noël celtique, Vincent Niclo ou Lisa Hannigan ? Quel épisode méconnu de la guerre évoque « Summerland », avec Gemma Arterton ? Pourquoi faut-il découvrir le Suédois Augustine ? Et puisque leur Cirque Royal affiche complet, pourquoi ne pas se rabattre sur les albums de Slowdive ? Des questions… Et des réponses dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce vendredi 1er décembre Merci pour votre écoute La semaine des 5 Heures, c'est également en direct tous les jours de la semaine de 19h à 20h00 sur www.rtbf.be/lapremiere Retrouvez tous les épisodes de La semaine des 5 Heures sur notre plateforme Auvio.be : https://auvio.rtbf.be/emission/1451 Et si vous avez apprécié ce podcast, n'hésitez pas à nous donner des étoiles ou des commentaires, cela nous aide à le faire connaître plus largement.
“She was as easy to crack as a raw egg.”On this episode we take a look at one of the most important exploding helicopter scenes in film history. But before we do that, we discuss Narrow Margin (1990), Peter Hyams' remake of a film noir classic.Film notesNarrow Margin (1990)Director: Peter HyamsCast: Gene Hackman, Anne Archer, M Emmet Walsh, JT WalshPlot: A Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney is sent to protect a woman who accidentally witnessed a Mafia murder.Episode 141.Follow Exploding HelicopterTwitter: @chopperfireballWebsite: explodinghelicopter.comInstagram: explodinghelicopter
Ridley Scott, o conhecido diretor de "Gladiador", "Thelma & Louise", "Alien" e "Blade Runner", decidiu realizar um filme sobre um personagem gigante na história mundial: Napoleão Bonaparte! Para isso, ele chamou um conhecido seu, Joaquin Phoenix, para interpretar o grande imperador francês que ficou conhecido por sua genialidade na estratégia no campo de batalha. Mas não foi só isso, Scott também escalou Vanessa Kirby para viver Josephine, o grande amor de Napoleão, e assim criar uma história que pudesse equilibrar a paixão avassaladora dos dois e a ascensão e queda de Bonaparte. Com um recorte desde 1793, no cerco de Toulon até o exílio em 1815, o filme "Napoleão" aborda 22 anos da vida do militar e coloca em tela ao menos 6 batalhas importantes das mais de 60 que ele enfrentou. Tudo isso, com a grandiosidade épica e a escala de um filme de Ridley Scott. Porém, as notícias boas param por aí. Com inconsistências históricas, uma narrativa pouco construtiva e um filme que parece esquecer a profundidade do personagem principal, Rafael Arinelli recebeu Cecília Barroso (Cenas de Cinema), Bárbara Kruczynski (Wanna Be Nerd) e Nathalie Alves (Escrocríticas) para discutir como o filme de 2 horas e 40 minutos que Ridley Scott colocou nos cinemas se transformou em um prelúdio para uma obra de 4 horas que chegará ao streaming. Venha ouvir esse papo analítico e estratégico, que certamente deixaria Napoleão pronto para contra-atacar. 04m57: Pauta Principal 1h18m45: Plano Detalhe 1h30m58: Encerramento Ouça nosso Podcast também no: Feed: https://bit.ly/cinemacaofeed Apple Podcast: https://bit.ly/itunes-cinemacao Android: https://bit.ly/android-cinemacao Deezer: https://bit.ly/deezer-cinemacao Spotify: https://bit.ly/spotify-cinemacao Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/cinemacao-google Amazon Music: https://bit.ly/amazoncinemacao Agradecimentos aos patrões e padrinhos: André Marinho Anna Foltran Bruna Mercer Charles Calisto Souza Daniel Barbosa da Silva Feijó Diego Lima Flavia Sanches Gabriela Pastori Guilherme S. Arinelli Gustavo Reinecken Katia Barga Luiz Villela Thiago Coquelet William Saito Fale Conosco: • Email: email@example.com• Facebook: https://bit.ly/facebookcinemacao• Twitter: https://bit.ly/twittercinemacao• Instagram: https://bit.ly/instagramcinemacao• Tiktok: https://bit.ly/tiktokcinemacao Apoie o Cinem(ação)! Assine o Cinem(ação) e passe a fazer parte de um grupo seleto de ouvintes que têm vários benefícios. Com um valor a partir de R$5,00, você já terá direito a benefícios e o melhor de tudo, depois de 1 ano de contribuição, você ganha um presente exclusivo! Acesse a página Contribua, escolha o plano que melhor lhe atende e venha ser um apoiador do nosso canal! Plano Detalhe: (Nathalie): Filme: Carol (Bárbara): Série: Uma Questão de Química (Cecília): Filme: Jogo Justo (Rafa): Série: Ahsoka Apoia.se: https://apoia.se/cinemacao
Welcome back to another prime episode of Cinema in Seconds... +? This week Ian, Daniel and Michael net a couple of flix as we look at moments from streaming movie originals that we feel may have been buried or overlooked. Give it a listen! Discussing streaming - 1:00 Vast of Night - 12:00 Stowaway - 27:00 Cassandro - 43:00 The Half Of It - 1:02:00 Malcolm & Marie - 1:17:45 Beavis & Butthead Do the Universe - 1:37:30
Join your Happy Hollywood History Host, Mr. Ben Burke, and Entertainment Journalist, Halley Platz, for "Halley's Hot Takes" in which Halley discusses all of her Hot Takes for Vincente Minnelli's 1944 holiday musical "Meet Me in St. Louis" from MGM starring Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Lucille Bremer, Mary Astor, Leon Ames, Marjorie Main, Harry Davenport, Joan Carrol, and Tom Drake. Be sure to tune in on Friday, December 8th to catch part 2 of "Halley's Hot Takes" as Halley continues to share all of her Hot Takes on "Meet Me in St. Louis". If you like what you hear be sure to rate, review, subscribe, and give us a follow on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook and YouTube at The Hollywood Babylonians.
In this episode Stella interviews Carla Boyd, Senior Social & Content Marketing Manager at Cineworld Cinemas Live from the Cineworld London Head Quarters they delve into influencer relations and why Cineworld UK has decided to switch nearly all of their communications to working only with social influencers over journalists. Carla explains how the essence and the feeling of cinema is being brought to life by the social influencers they're working with, which traditional comms struggles to portray the same magic. Carla shares the how talent selection is key to the success; how and her team's selection of mid-tier passionate content creators has paid off; as their content is connecting the brand with important audiences from families to hard to reach young adults. Stella asks Carla to talk through their process, from sourcing the right influencer partners, the deal set ups, briefing and of course measurement and evaluation. This interview is packed full of tips for anyone aiming to work with social influencers now or in the near future. Special Guest: Carla Boyd.
In the latest episode of Pop Wrap!, Snayhil, Antariksh, and Abbas unwrap the most anticipated December week for Bollywood. Join the trio as they unveil a list of upcoming movies and OTT releases that have them buzzing with excitement. From blockbuster hits to hidden gems, discover the cinematic delights that make this December a must-watch month. Tune in for an exclusive peek into the films that promise to make this season unforgettable! Follow Snayhil on Instagram : Instagram (@snayhil) Follow Abbas on Instagram: Instagram (@abbasmomin88) Follow Antariksh on Instagram: Instagram (@antariksht) Follow IVM Pop on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ivmpop/ Subscribe to IVM POP on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@IVMPop Listen to Pop Wrap, Has It Aged Well? and Just A Filmy Game Show on the IVM Pop feed which is available across platforms. Spotify | Apple Podcasts | JioSaavn | Gaana | Amazon Music The views, opinions, and statements expressed in the episodes of the shows hosted on the IVM Podcasts network are solely those of the individual participants, hosts, and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of IVM Podcasts or its management. IVM Podcasts does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content, claims, or representations made by the participants during the shows. This includes, but is not limited to, the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. IVM Podcasts is not liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use or dissemination of the content featured in the shows. Listener discretion is advised.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Holidays, Listening Land! We have a special treat for all of you! Join us as we look back 4 years ago, as we produced our first episode about the Christmas holiday! Join Adam, Alison, and Roman as they say goodbye to 2019, and celebrate their favorite things about the Holiday Season! Reviews: Alison: The Kitchen Roman: The Christmas Chronicles
In this segment we talked to filmmaker Ryan Herring, discussing his his vision for bringing the Urantia Revelation to "cinematic translation." It's an interesting discussion about searching for the truth, finding it, and then carrying it forward to the next generation of readers. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/james-watkins/support
Michael Fassbender. David Fincher. Netflix over-bloated budget. The Killer should have been a great assassin movie. But it is not. Why? THE KILLER, Dir. David Fincher ( Grayson 3 / Roger 3 / Chris 2 ) Hosted, produced and mixed by Grayson Maxwell and Roger Stillion. Guest appearance by Christopher Boughan. Music by Chad Wall. Quality Assurance by Anthony Emmett. Visit the new Youtube channel, "For the Love of Cinema" to follow and support our short video discussions. Roger wears aviators! Please give a like and subscribe if you enjoy it. Follow the show on Twitter @lovecinemapod and check out the Facebook page for updates. Rate, subscribe and leave a comment or two. Every Little bit helps. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for Listening!
Hello listeners! I know you're all excited about Bo Derek-cember but we figured we'd start releasing some of our Patreon content to the masses and what better way to start than with this gem of a Holiday Special we recorded back in 2017. You will get a new Animated Holiday Special at the end of the month but why not enjoy this delight before the difficult times (we're assuming) with the Bo Derek movies we've got coming up this month.Visit our YouTube ChannelMerch on TeePublic Follow us on TwitterFollow on InstagramFind us on FacebookVisit our Website
In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe discuss Paul Verhoeven's 1987 sci-fi action classic “RoboCop,” a film as deeply satirical as it is gratuitously violent. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dans quelles villes de Wallonie vont débarquer les soirées Critic on Demand en 2024 ? A quoi s'attendre avec le retour de The Jesus & Marychain ? Comment la série « The Railway men » retrace-t-elle la tristement célèbre catastrophe de Bhopal en Inde ? Que propose le chanteur Bolis Pupul sans sa partenaire Charlotte Adigery ? Comment la comédie « Bottoms » d'Emma Seligman évoque à la fois le lesbianisme et les cours de self defense ? Quelle étonnante reprise propose The Japanese House ? Quels sont les suites les plus piteuses de l'histoire du cinéma ? Quelle vague musicale de Manchester retrace la compilation « Come together » ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce jeudi 30 novembre Merci pour votre écoute La semaine des 5 Heures, c'est également en direct tous les jours de la semaine de 19h à 20h00 sur www.rtbf.be/lapremiere Retrouvez tous les épisodes de La semaine des 5 Heures sur notre plateforme Auvio.be : https://auvio.rtbf.be/emission/1451 Et si vous avez apprécié ce podcast, n'hésitez pas à nous donner des étoiles ou des commentaires, cela nous aide à le faire connaître plus largement.
"How often do you think about the Roman Empire?" #rome #stoicism #stoic #marcusaurelius #warzone #warzone #napoleon #ridleyscott #movie #review #cinema #art #beauty This question has become trendy in social media, but it is not new to historians or serious thinkers. Thus, we summoned Dr. Eric Graff to help us dive into this discussion. We begin the discussion, however, by giving our initial impressions of Napoleon as directed and produced by Sir Ridley Scott featuring Joaquin Phoenix and then move into discussing what exactly the Roman Empire is, and some of its pros and cons. Is a desire to be "Roman" a response to decadence or a desire for more? For more of our content or a place to support our project, follow the links attached below!Timecode:0:00 - The Historian1:40 - How Often Do You Think About Rome?3:10 - Review of Napoleon by Ridley Scott12:45 - The Rise of Rome16:30 - Tik-Tok and Rome19:30 - Rome, Masculinity, and Stoicism25:00 - Positive Aspect of Rome (1)31:00 - The Relation between Equality and Diversity 33:00 - Positive Aspect of Rome (2)36:40 - Jordan Peterson and Hierarchy 39:30 - The Role of Nostalgia 41:30 - Negative Aspects of Rome43:00 - Christians and Romans50:30 - Rome and The Catholic Church58:20 - The Christian Imagination Logos Website: www.logos-podcast.comSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3PCPWBvNcAbptX17PzlC2x?si=BkEHS4vGSf-xmMlDFcpZ2QApple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/logos-podcast/id1560191231TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@logospodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqauK7TPfOwe80B-ckOeelQInstagram: https://instagram.com/logos.pod?igshid=YWJhMjlhZTc=Support the show
Welcome to another Cinema Sounds & Secrets tribute! This tribute is for Julian Sands: He made his screen debut in an episode of BBC's anthology series ‘Play for Today'. A year later, he had his cinematic debut in the indie comedy ‘Privates on Parade'. In 1984, Sands landed his breakthrough role of Gerald in the television miniseries ‘The Sun Also Rises'. To learn more about this episode, check out the official Cinema Sounds & Secrets website!
The Alchemist search for small wonders in Amélie. Key Elements: Ripped Photostrip, Kid Box, Glass Man Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/filmalchemistpod Check out our Movies and join the Misfit Parade: https://www.misfitparade.net/ Youtube: https://youtu.be/ZyhmEhTgr0s
This week, Derek, Amir, and Jeff review Nia DaCosta's The Marvels, the 33rd entry in a flagging Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the three leads of Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani, it's certainly aiming higher, further, and faster. But is it another Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3? Or is it another Quantumania? We discuss.
"Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown." For Episode 295, Brandon and David finish off CineNation's Private Investigator month with CHINATOWN. Listen as they discuss Robert Towne's writing process, the reason the film's director of photography was fired, and how the Los Angeles Lakers caused one of the biggest fights on set. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Private Investigator Genre (00:05:42) Intro to Chinatown (00:13:32) How Chinatown Got to Production (00:24:02) Favorite Scenes (00:47:53) On Set Life - (01:13:04) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (01:22:16) What Worked and What Didn't (01:29:53) Film Facts (01:34:47) Awards (01:37:54) Final Questions (01:43:00) Final Questions for the P.I. Genre (01:47:19) Preview for Next Week (01:55:20) Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter/X: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: email@example.com
This week we're excited to present two conversations, the first a panel discussion centered around the films of the late Japanese filmmaker Kijū Yoshida, whose films we will be screening beginning this Friday in the new series, The Radical Cinema of Kijū Yoshida, through December 8, followed by a Q&A with The Sweet East director Sean Price Williams, screenwriter Nick Pinkerton, and cast members Talia Ryder, Simon Rex, Jeremy O. Harris, Rish Shah, and Earl Cave from the 61st New York Film Festival. Get tickets to The Radical Cinema of Kijū Yoshida at filmlinc.org/yoshida
The fellas discuss The Philadelphia Experiment, the movie and the supposed "actual" event.Come and listen to the story of two Navy seamen who while on the U.S.S. Eldridge during the 1943 experiment to make ships invisible to submarines are displaced to the far-flung future of 1983!How will these sailors handle automatic transmissions, pop top cans, and a vortex hellbent on consuming the entire world?Hit that play button and let's find out!Hit Brock and Dan up on www.droppedculture.com or by dropping them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!If you are more of social butterfly, drop them a message or a follow over at Facebook, Instagram or the company formerly known as Twitter. Just search for Dropped Culture!Thanks for the listen!
Before the holidays fully set in, we need to say farewell for now to our horror movie kick with special guest Lex Stewart! Lex walks us through their takes on famous horror tropes, plots, and iconography. Find out more about the meaning of final girls to zombies to possession flicks and more! And don't forget to reach out to us and let us know what your favorite horror movie is! Please Comment, Rate, and Share our episodes and tell us what you like and what you want to hear more of!—Be sure to check us out onOur website: https://the-old-soul-movie-podcast.simplecast.com/Facebook: The Old Soul Movie PodcastX (formerly Twitter): @oldsoulpodInstagram: @oldsoulmoviepodcast
In this episode of the Boxoffice Podcast, co-hosts Rebecca Pahle, Daniel Loria, and Chad Kennerk discuss the Thanksgiving Frame, including the surprise performance of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes and Disney's struggle to capture holiday moviegoers with their latest animated musical Wish.Give us your feedback on our podcast by accessing this survey: https://forms.gle/CcuvaXCEpgPLQ6d18 Episode Resources: Weekend Box Office: BALLAD OF SONGBIRDS & SNAKES Beats Both NAPOLEON and WISH on Thanksgiving Frame Long Range Box Office Forecast: AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM and MIGRATION Fading Snow: Director Francis Lawrence on Kindling the Franchise with Origin Story THE HUNGER GAMES: THE BALLAD OF SONGBIRDS AND SNAKES What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:16 What movie did you watch? 03:32 Weekend box office numbers 08:28 The downside of putting movies on Disney+ 11:57 Wish international numbers 13:15 Disney's 100 year marketing campaign 14:26 More weekend box office numbers 16:21 Amazon MGM's Saltburn 18:46 Five Nights at Freddy's 20:59 Lionsgate's Silent Night 22:04 Angel Studios' The Shift 23:29 Renaissance from Beyoncé 26:02 Most watch movies this year
On CinemAddicts episode 218 (week ending December 1), we review May December (7:41), Loop Track (19:35), Stamped From The Beginning (33:00), Napoleon (39:57), and Thanksgiving (35:50).Use our SiteStripe for your Amazon purchases to support CinemAddicts (we receive a slight commission)!**This month's CinemAddicts Patreon spotlights 1996. Movie picks are Alf The Movie and Hard Eight.**Check out our CinemAddicts podcast feed for previous episodes on Acast: https://shows.acast.com/cinemaddicts1. Subscribe to our CinemAddicts YouTube Channel.2. Like Our CinemAddicts Facebook Page3. Join our CinemAddicts Facebook Group for daily movie recommendations! 4. Questions/comments on CinemAddicts email Greg Srisavasdi at email@example.com. Find CinemAddicts recaps and coverage on our website Find Your Film.6. Contact Bruce Purkey for some What's in the Box recommendations: firstname.lastname@example.org. Eric Holmes can be reached at email@example.com and on X. 8. Anderson Cowan's latest project is Loaded for Bear: The Documentary. For info and support: https://loadedforbeardoc.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Klieon John, founder of Twin Island Cinema, joins Strictly Facts as we shed light on the pivotal role Caribbean films have played in shaping the region's vibrant culture and history. Expect a deep dive into the evolution of Caribbean cinema, from the early days of foreign influence to the emergence of globally recognized works like "BIM" and "Rockers." Klieon shares his personal experiences, painting a vivid picture of the creativity, resilience, and passion that are the bedrock of Caribbean filmmaking. From capturing moments of monumental change, like independence movements, to blending diverse genres, every bit of Caribbean life finds its way onto the silver screen. The discussion also explores how technology has been harnessed to propel Caribbean cinema into the global spotlight. We address the challenges facing Caribbean cinema, such as inadequate representation in mainstream media and the hurdles in accessing these films. Klieon provides invaluable advice to aspiring filmmakers and offers insights into his latest ventures in indigenous filmmaking. So tune in, as we traverse the captivating landscape of Caribbean cinema and celebrate its vital role in our culture.With over 14 years of experience in the media industry, Klieon John is a seasoned Caribbean writer, filmmaker and creative director who has worked in public relations, advertising and brand development for international and regional companies and agencies across several Caribbean territories including St. Kitts, Jamaica and Trinidad. Klieon has produced a number of commercials, shorts, creative and non-fiction projects featuring cultural and environmental content in partnership with medium to large scale organisations throughout the region. Follow and support Klieon on Patreon, The Nieuwe Native audio journal on the on-going process behind his Tilting Axis Fellowship, and on social media @twinislandcinema and @byklieonjohn. You can also subscribe to the Twin Island Cinema Newsletter to learn more about grants, festivals, events, new releases etc happening in the region.Support the showConnect with Strictly Facts - Instagram | Facebook | TwitterLooking to read more about the topics covered in this episode? Subscribe to the newsletter at www.strictlyfactspod.com to get the Strictly Facts Syllabus to your email!Want to Support Strictly Facts? Rate the Show Leave a review on your favorite podcast platform Share this episode with someone who loves Caribbean history and culture Send us a DM or voice note to have your thoughts featured on an upcoming episode Share the episode on social media and tag us Donate to help us continue empowering listeners with Caribbean history and education Produced by Breadfruit Media
Ex Mas is a BRAND NEW HOLIDAY ROM COM. This is the story of Graham played by Robbie Amell. Graham is a video game programmer workaholic who has seemingly recently been broken up with, by his fiance Ali played by Leighton Meester. Graham is not coping well, he is swamped at work, and after first believing he will not be able to make it home to Minnesota for the Holidays, on a spur of the moment, he decides to still make the trip. The only problem is, his family, when realizing he wouldn't be home for the Holidays, decided to invite his ex Ali to Christmas. That is your lead in for Ex Mas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A freak storm unleashes a species of bloodthirsty creatures on a small town where a group of citizens hole up in a supermarket and fight for their lives. On this week's episode… Join the crew as we discuss Stephen King, Tom Jane and Frank Darabont's ever so uplifting film, The Mist (2007). Show Notes: Housekeeping (4:45) Back of the Box/Recommendations (10:52) Spoiler Warning/Full Review (16:35) Rotten Tomatoes (80:54) Trivia (90:02) Cooter of the Week (95:06) What We've Been Watching (101:50) Hotline Screams (112:55) Connect with us: Support us on Patreon Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Shop
In this episode of Just A Filmy Game Show, Antariksh is joined by amazing actors Sharad Kelkar & Arjan Singh Aujla from the new Amazon Mini TV show 'Slum Golf'. Sharad and Arjan are battling it out to win the title of 'The Biggest Bollywood Deewana' by naming movies of Vidya Balan, Singing songs of Akshay Kumar, and guessing songs based on their second verses. Tune in! Follow our host Antariksh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antariksht/ Follow Sharad on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sharadkelkar/ Follow Arjan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arjansaujla/ Subscribe to IVM POP on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@IVMPop Follow IVM POP on Instagram! : https://www.instagram.com/ivmpop/ This Show is Available across audio Platforms: Spotify | Gaana | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts The views, opinions, and statements expressed in the episodes of the shows hosted on the IVM Podcasts network are solely those of the individual participants, hosts, and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of IVM Podcasts or its management. IVM Podcasts does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content, claims, or representations made by the participants during the shows. This includes, but is not limited to, the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. IVM Podcasts is not liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use or dissemination of the content featured in the shows. Listener discretion is advised. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The wait is finally over: Just when the villagers had lost all hope, the Film Nerds ride to the rescue!!!After a slightly longer than anticipated break between seasons, your favorite film podcast is back & bigger than ever! And do the Film Nerds ever have a treat for you to kick off Season 3: a deep dive into Akira Kurosawa's crowning action masterpiece. Learn how the legendary director rose to the pinnacle of international fame, how the cast & crew went to death-defying lengths to complete the film, how the world almost lost one of its greatest works of art forever, & much more!
Cinema has changed over the years along with Hollywood. With streaming services snatching up everything they can and movie theaters raising prices, is it ever going to change? Or go back to the good days?
Spoiler free until 00:17:30!Andrew, Ryan, and Steven review Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon! Join the Spoilers Intended crew as we break down every flight, every fancy, every punch, every romance, and all the action in 2000s breakthrough martial arts hit! Tune in and decide for yourself as we break down Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.00:00:00 Intro00:03:13 Spoiler Free Review00:17:30 Intermission00:19:40 Trivia00:28:00 Spoiler Review00:51:31 OutroWebsite: https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/Patreon : patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcastDiscord : https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF
Much of what I do with The Curb is in a bid to shine a light on voices that may not often get the chance to be heard. That mindset carries through with director Marion Pilowsky's tenderly empathetic and joyfully curious documentary Isla's Way. Here we meet Isla Roberts.Isla isn't a lesbian. She's not a lezzo. She's not a dyke. She's just Isla Roberts.She lives with her 'friend' Susan and throughout the course of the film we hear their stories. Isla is persistent and resilient, living for her country and the ponies she rides with. She's shaped by the land and the land has shaped her soul and world view.In reflecting on the past, we see the way Australia has changed and shifted thanks to the women of the nation. Isla is a proud feminist, and her efforts to ensure that the women of the region are supported in their endeavours is rewarded by having a street named after her.Isla talks about a man she meets in a supermarket who has a broken back. He sees her hugging a friend and he asks 'What does one need to do to get a hug like that?' Isla's response is a tender one, outlining the process of how a hug works. It's that kind of physicality that feels like is missing in the bond between Susan and Isla. While some things change, Isla's mindset about how sexuality doesn't. Susan clearly loves Isla, and Isla loves Susan, but that love exists outside of labels.Isla's Way is a frank and open film, yet never a dour one, with natural comedy emerging throughout Isla's story. It suggests a transference of the ages. Isla talks about her wedding taking place in the registration office, where she misremembers briefly an absent husband (her now deceased partner Allen), meanwhile a wedding with her grandson takes place in a field surrounded by friends and family. Elsewhere Isla recalls the last time she saw her twin sister before she passed away. Later, twin great-grandchildren are born.The warmth of the past lights the way for time to move forward. Isla knows she will die soon, and so be that when it happens, but she also knows that her actions now will leave a mark. She talks about the collective actions of women and how men would never group together to organise a pony club where disabled folk can ride. She's right too.I'm grateful to know Isla. I feel many others will be too. I look forward to spending time with her again in the future with this gem of a film. I cherish these kinds of films completely. They're part of what makes us who we are.Equally so, I cherished the chance to be able to talk with Marion about the making of Isla's Way, and what her experience with getting to know Isla and her extended family was like. We talk about the importance of telling stories that are 'unsexy' or not attractive for funding bodies, and the power of seeing an 87-year old woman on a cinema screen.Isla's Way is currently making its way around Australia after its debut at the 2023 Adelaide Film Festival. Please do yourself a favour and make time for Isla's story. Thank me and Marion later. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Brothers Phil & Warren leap into the multiverse with the pod's very own comic book expert, actor & comedian Nick Mayer, as they take a deep dive into the groundbreaking animated superhero blockbuster “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”. Topics include: Lord & Miller's approach with their comic book inspirations (6:25), the stars of the picture (26:10), stats & accolades (35:45), best scenes & lines (41:50), Judge Warren's recasting court (1:01:15), and the film's legacy & lore (1:15:45), plus much more.
We're talking about another new release this week, this time it's David Fincher's latest effort - The Killer. There was a good amount to talk about with this one, even if we had a little difference of opinion on it. We talk Killer/Fincher reading, comedy, sociopathy, consumer culture, and much more. What were your thoughts on the Killer? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us! Twitter/X - @RollItPodcast Instagram - @rollitpodcast Music by Ethan Rapp
Comment l'adaptation d'un best-seller suédois en une mini-série est en train de remporter pas mal de suffrages ? Quel excellent morceau marque les retrouvailles entre Sylvie Kreusch et Warhaus ? Avec qui chante Puggy pour son grand retour ? Comment décrire l'incroyable série indienne « The Village », dialoguée en tamoul ? Où se produira le groupe féminin The Last Dinner Party, déjà une sensation de 2024 ? Comment mieux découvrir le travail du grand compositeur Alexandre Desplat ? Qui se cache derrière le nom Roosevelt, bientôt au Botanique ? Toutes ces questions trouvent leur réponse dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce mercredi Merci pour votre écoute La semaine des 5 Heures, c'est également en direct tous les jours de la semaine de 19h à 20h00 sur www.rtbf.be/lapremiere Retrouvez tous les épisodes de La semaine des 5 Heures sur notre plateforme Auvio.be : https://auvio.rtbf.be/emission/1451 Et si vous avez apprécié ce podcast, n'hésitez pas à nous donner des étoiles ou des commentaires, cela nous aide à le faire connaître plus largement.
Unlike some other folks who won't stop talking, Cinema To The Letter IS supposed to be here today! Specifically, Thomas, Bryan and special guest Torrey Depina are here to discuss Clerks! Yes, despite the raunchy independent nature of Kevin Smith's directorial debut, this does fit the Disney season given Miramax was a Disney subsidiary at the time of release. Loopholes, we love'em! Especially as it allows Thomas and Torrey to introduce Bryan to Smith's filmography! Together, our trio answers the crucial questions. Do the three films with Clerks in the title work as a trilogy without other View Askewniverse knowledge? How crucial was Clerks to the way we discuss media on the Internet? When will Andor address the plights of the Death Star contractors? Well, listen in while you're standing outside the Quick Stop to find out! Join our Patreon for $1 for monthly bonus episodes (including more of Torrey on the monthly Adult Swim podcast [marco polo]) and the chance to vote for new podcasts at patreon.com/cinema2letter! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook! Artwork by Michelle Kyle! Intro music by Burial Grid!
Katharine Coldiron, author of Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter, joins us to discuss Ernst Lubitsch's 1930 musical MONTE CARLO. Our wide-ranging conversation covers the evolution of Lubitsch's formal technique in the early sound era, the film's extremely naughty lyrical content, and its gentle satire of class and gender roles. In the second half of the episode, we move on to a discussion of “junk movies”: films which, despite a distinct lack of competence on the part of their creators, achieve something of value. Edited by Sophia Yoon We have a Discord! NEXT WEEK: Jonathan Mackris joins us to discuss THE SMILING LIEUTENANT. For details as to where to find this film, check out our resources page. WORKS CITED: Eclipse Series Essay on Monte Carlo by Michael Koresky Junk Film by Katharine Coldiron Anti-Masterpieces by Will Ross After Last Season (Film Formally Podcast) Street Fighter: The Movie (The Hit Factory Podcast feat. Devan Scott)
We decided to try to cleanse our palates after last week's fare with a fan favorite from Japan - Prince of Space. What we discover is that the arms of Godzilla vs. Megalon are long and taint everything they touch.Host segments: we like it very much; keeping your eye on those axis powers; what's up with Wally and Suzy?; Japanese cram schools; can chicken swim?; that's his burden.