Hans Zimmer and Joe Walker ACE Long time friends and collaborators, Hans Zimmer and Joe Walker ACE have had the pleasure of working together on five feature films. Their first was Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave, followed up by Dune director Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049. After that came Widows (again with McQueen), Dune and their upcoming film, The Unforgivable. Feature films aside, their relationship dates back even much further than that. Both creative talents were part of a BBC TV series called First Born in 1988. And while Hans filled the roll he's become most known for by scoring three episodes of the series, twice Oscar®-nominated film editor Joe Walker actually contributed as a sound editor and not a picture editor for First Born. In fact, musically trained Walker began his career as a sound editor before switching to cutting picture. HANS ZIMMER The work of legendary composer Hans Zimmer is notable for integrating electronic music sounds with traditional orchestral arrangements. Since the 1980's, Zimmer has composed music for over 150 films. His works include The Lion King (for which he won the Academy Award for Best Original Score in 1995), Crimson Tide, Gladiator, the Pirates of the Caribbean series, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, Interstellar, Dunkirk, Blade Runner 2049 and Dune. In addition to his Academy award, he has received four Grammy Awards, three Classical BRIT Awards and two Golden Globes. He was also named to the list of Top 100 Living Geniuses, published by The Daily Telegraph. JOE WALKER ACE Formally trained in music and with a career that began as a sound editor, Joe's decision to pursue a life as a picture editor clearly paid off as he is one of the most celebrated feature film editors working today; having been nominated for an Oscar® for his work on the films 12 Years a Slave and The Arrival. Those films also notched Joe two of this three BAFTA nominations, with the third being for Blade Runner 2049. The Details In our discussion with the dynamic "DUNE" duo of Hans Zimmer and Joe Walker ACE we talk about: How Hans's early film scores messed with the monitors Creating "the voice" The horizontal and vertical editing Joe Walker does within the frame Building a better bagpipe The brief and inauspicious careers of Hans Zimmer, film editor and Joe Walker, sound editor The Credits Get your free 100GB of media transfer at MASV Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs Check out the free trial of Media Composer | Ultimate Watch this Rough Cut episode on YouTube Listen to the interview with Hans Zimmer that inspired this new one with Joe Walker ACE. Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode
On this month's look into what's streaming, Clint reviews Netflix's MIDNIGHT MASS and Denis Villeneuve's DUNE while Andy runs down some of the most popular musicians who've spread conspiracy theories recently and in the past. And Clint tells a hell of a story about his first time seeing Bob Dylan in concert recently with Andy ... and things not going quite as expected.Plus, streaming recommendations across Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and HBO Max, another selection is added to our list of the greatest TV show theme songs of all time and five more songs are added to our infinite playlist at Spotify. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we got down to Dendy for the Denis Villeneuve retrospective in the lead up to ‘Dune'. So join us as we meet our exact double (that dog has a puffy tail!), run away from some spiders, and try make it as an actor, all while discussing Villenueve's 2013 thriller ‘Enemy'. Enemy is a 2013 surreal psychological mystery drama thriller film directed by Denis Villeneuve and produced by M. A. Faura and Niv Fichman. Written by Javier Gullón, it was loosely adapted from José Saramago's 2002 novel The Double. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal in a dual role as two men who are physically identical, but different in personality. Mélanie Laurent, Sarah Gadon, and Isabella Rossellini co-star. It is an international co-production of companies from Spain and Canada. We Watched A Thing is supported by Dendy Cinemas Canberra. The best Australian cinema chain showing everything from blockbusters to arthouse and indie films. Find them at https://www.dendy.com.au/ If you like this podcast, or hate it and us and want to tell us so - You can reach us at email@example.com Or, Twitter - @WeWatchedAThing Facebook - @WeWatchedAThing Instagram - @WeWatchedAThing and on iTunes and Youtube If you really like us and think we're worth at least a dollar, why not check out our patreon at http://patreon.com/wewatchedathing. Every little bit helps, and you can get access to bonus episodes, early releases, and even tell us what movies to watch.
Hope everyone's having a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend, Junkies. The boys ate too much so now they have to take off their pants and slip into so comfortable shorts. Short films, that is! Up first, legendary underground short filmmaker Kenneth Anger brings us his occult, psychedelic opus Lucifer Rising from 1972/1980. Featuring music by infamous Manson Family murderer Bobby Beausoleil and starring Marianne Faithfull, Chris Jagger and Jimmy Page this Satanic-themed trip has become quite notorious for its visual style and troubled history. Then, in 1979 ABC aired an hour long prime-time special entitled Playboy's Roller Disco & Pajama Party. Hosted by Family Feud's Richard Dawson, the special featured live performances by The Chuck Mangione Quartet and The Village People as well as cameos by Jim Brown, James Caan, Ruth Buzzi and of course, a whole lot of Playboy Playmates. Finally, we take a look at a 2008 short film by filmmaker Denis Villeneuve (Dune, Blade Runner 2049) about a group of rich people eating a ridiculous meal and falling through several floors of a high rise building in Next Floor.All this plus Thanksgiving meal ideas, Sean's financial issues, Goof Lumps, new footage of The Stuff found, multiple cuts of Phantom of the Mall, the guy from American Werewolf sings "Makin' It" and so much more.LISTEN NOW:MP3 Direct DonloydAlso, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'd love to see some of your love on Patreon - it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We'll roller disco our way to the top with your love and support.
This week, Brian and John travel to the year 10191 the the world of Dune. Being that Denis Villeneuve's masterpiece was recently released on HBO Max and theaters to rave reviews and serving as a visual effects schmorgasborg, we thought that instead of do a review on that movie that we take a look at the bizarre and hard to understand 1984, David Lynch version that gave us such wonderful moments like Sting in a triangle cod piece, Sir Patrick Stewart discussing that moods are for "cattle and love play", and of course the wacky wacky wacky Harkonnens. So, grab a little bit of the Spice Malange because there is no way you'll be able to understand this movie sober as we dive into the world of DUNE! FROM THE CONCESSION STAND- YOUTUBE SHOW! We've got a brand new youtube show called "From The Concession Stand." It is a biweekly look at all your favorite content coming from the world of streaming video. Check it out here at https://www.youtube.com/c/Cinemapsychosshow GOT A SUGGESTION? Check out what we're covering and suggest topics/movies for us to cover through our AUDREC Page! Vote and comment on topics and get a birds eye view of episodes coming up! AUDREC- https://bit.ly/3kYq6mh MERCH AND ANNOUCEMENTS Our co-host, John Wooliscroft, has a brand new film channel on youtube. Check it out and Subscribe at J DUB'S VIDEO NASTIES Use the coupon code "psychosnation" and save 25% on our TeePublic Store! Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our Monthly Newsletter HELP US SPREAD THE MADNESS! Help us spread the madness by tweeting! Click here to post a tweet! Did you really like this episode? If so consider leaving us a rating, a review, or subscribe! WAYS TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE CINEMA PSYCHOS SHOW! Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Pandora Android RSS Feed FEEDBACK AND CONTACT US Gotta a movie or question you want to throw our way? Or did we trash one of your favorite films and you want to know where to send a dead horse. Either way, drop us a line! We welcome your questions and dead horses. NEW !!! Leave us voicemail! - @Speakpipe Email firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter - @psychosshow Facebook - @psychosshow Instagram - @psychosshow Website - cinemapsychosshow.com Brian Cottington - @briancottington John Wooliscroft - @theunrealjwools Laine Wooliscroft - @la_croft Epicast Network - epicastnetwork.com Theme Music: TITLE: “Red Alert” AUTHOR: Jack Waldenmaier PUBLISHER: Music Bakery Publishing (BMI) WARNING: UNAUTHORIZED USE OF THE MUSIC CONTAINED IN THIS PRODUCTION IS SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL PROSECUTION. All copyrights, licensing, duplication and distribution rights are held exclusively by Music Bakery Publishing (BMI). 214-636-5887 musicbakery.com
Dan and Lyra discuss two sci-fi epics with very different vibes. Lyra chooses Denis Villeneuve's brand-new hit Dune (part 1). Dan chooses Terry Gilliam's madcap 1985 satire Brazil. What's in the box? Can Lyra use The Voice? And does anyone have a form 27B/6?! Intro and mid-show music: Hans Zimmer's score for Dune.Outro music: Maria and Geoff Muldaur, "Aquarela do Brasil."
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Welcome to Watch. Review. Repeat. This is the podcast where two best friends discuss the latest in film and television and then do it all over again the following episode! "Fear is the mind-killer." Colton and Andrew's long wait for Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the first half of Frank Herbert's beloved science fiction novel 'Dune' finally ends! 00:00:00 - Intro 00:02:48 - Andrew's Fun Facts of the Week! 00:12:53 - DC FanDome 2021 Debuts Concept Art for ‘Blue Beetle' and ‘Batgirl' 00:17:44 - Brendan Fraser to Play Villain in DC's ‘Batgirl' 00:21:12 - 'Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom' Behind the Scenes 00:23:57 - 'Shazam! Fury of the Gods' Behind the Scenes 00:27:37 - 'Black Adam' DC FanDome 2021 First Look 00:35:09 - 'The Flash' DC FanDome 2021 First Look 00:43:18 - 'Peacemaker' Official Teaser 00:47:37 - 'The Batman' Main Trailer 01:01:59 - 'Dune' (Non-Spoilers and Recommendation) 01:57:11 - 'Dune' (Spoilers) 02:32:26 - Catching Up With Andrew (Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson (Spoilers)) 02:37:29 - Catching Up With Colton ('Halloween Kills', 'Jennifer's Body', 'American Horror Story: Murder House') 02:53:10 - Conclusion/Outro Visit our website! Support us on Patreon! Thank you for listening, and please send any feedback to email@example.com! Intro/Outro Credit: Mechanolith Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Our Score - 8.75/10 (A-) Rotten Tomatoes - 82% IMDB - 8.2/10 Chosen By: Aaron Cronican Dune suffers a bit for only being half a story and it can be dense to those unfamiliar with its universe, but every aspect of it is done masterfully. The visuals are jaw-dropping, the acting is flawless from everyone involved, the soundtrack is unique and impactful, and Denis Villeneuve has never been better as a director. This is an absolute must-see for fans and newcomers alike.
Well hot damn, is there anything cooler than a sandworm? Cam and Maggie finally saw Denis Villeneuve's Dune, and they are just head over heels for the world of Arrakis. There's so much to talk about – that rare feeling of falling in love with a brand new franchise, the similarities / influences / comparisons to Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings – and a whole section where we unpack the moments and characters in Dune that George Lucas spun out to create Star Wars. You know there's nothing we love more than adaptation, and this movie stands on the shoulders of many giants (Cam gets to talk about Shakespeare again). We work through the many titanic themes explored in this allegorical odyssey (can you tell I'm excited?) and the equal importance of Herbert's original mythology in this grand storytelling smoothie. We also discuss Tolkien's strong opinion about Dune and try to understand what might have annoyed him about sweet little Paul. Wow – what a movie! See it on the biggest screen you can find. Feedback & Theories: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @secondbreakfastpod YouTube: https://bit.ly/2OT6RP3
Episode 158: Incendies (2010)Find us around the web and subscribe on your favorite podcast player! Directed by: Denis VilleneuveWritten by: Denis Villeneuve & Valerie Beaugrand-Champagne (Based on the play Incendies by Wajdi Mouawad)Score by: Gregoire HetzelBudget: $6.5 million Gross: $16 millionCast: Lubna Azabal as Nawal Marwan Melissa Desormeaux-Poulin as Jeanne MarwanMaxim Gaudette as Simon MarwanRemy Girard as Jean LebelAbdelghafour Elaaziz as Abou Talek/Nihad "Nihad de Mai" HarmanniAllen Altman as Notary MaddadMohamed Majd as ChamseddineNabil Sawalha as FahimTalking Points:What are your overall non-spoiler thoughts on Incendies?Spoiler-Talk: What were some of your favorite/most impactful moments?Final thoughts, wrap up Denis VilleNovember Plugs: Midnight Satire's "A Not-So-Serious Man"Next Episode: The Amazing Spider-Man & The Amazing Spider-Man 2Extra Stuff: Denis Villeneuve's CBC Interview on Incendies
In 1984 David Lynch's disastrous adaptation of Dune seemed to prove the critics right - that this novel, even after decades of development in the hands of artists like Alejandro Jodorowski, Moebius, Ridley Scott and H.R. Giger had proved itself totally unfilmable. But Hollywood has never met a remake it could resist, so now they've laid a 165 million bet down on a new version by Blade Runner 2049's Denis Villeneuve! So was Jason Mamoa worth the money? Is Lynch's film really the secret classic some say it is? Join MG as we do the worm with Dune vs Dune!
[Episode theme]Loud Murmurs is finally boarding the Dune train. We invited interpreter William White and our listener and ecology PhD Luojun Yang to join the four hosts. We dive into a couple of themes, like the significance of imagining a feudalistic society in the far far future, the technological developments of a post-Butlerian Jihad world, the socio-historical background of Frank Hubert's novel, spice harvesting and our relationship with natural resources, the white savior complex and colonialism embedded in the book and movie, and last but not least, why we want to see more characters like Jessica. This episode is brought to you by NEIWAI, a lifestyle brand that aspires to create lingerie & loungewear that free wearers' bodies and minds. NEIWAI celebrates women everywhere and strives to be a constant companion on every adventure in their life – in every precious moment. Our hosts are users of their products and we talk about our experience in the middle of this episode. Use our code LMM20 for 20% off NEIWAI products, or shop via this link. [Timecode]4:53 First impressions of Dune: “I'm one with the music”, “isn't this just a trailer?”, “this is just the beginning”11:05 Denis Villeneuve versus David Lynch's version 13:05 The World of Dune: feudalism in a futuristic world, the Butlerian Jihad and why there aren't smart phones in this world15:52 soft versus hard Sci-Fi16:45 if this story didn't include aliens, would we still think it's Sci-Fi? 18:10 Counter culture movement — socio-historical background of Frank Hubert's Dune 20:56 the dual meaning of spice: hallucinogen and valuable resource (not unlike fossil fuel 22:26 harvesting spice and how it relates to environmental crises stemmed from exploitation of resources 24:51 we want to see more narratives that explore the human-nature relationship as climate change is becoming more urgent 27:34 the course of resources and how Hubert's approach to ecology is very human-centered 31:08 AD TIME: our four hosts talk about our experiences with NEIWAI products and how “one size fits all” reduces body/cup size anxiety. Use LMM20 for 20% off your purchase or shop via this link. 37:34 white savior complex, colonialism, and cultural appropriation in Dune 42:52 culture adaptation in the original novel45:15 how the movie treated the Fremens, Lawrence of Arabia, and Paul's fate as a white savior 48:28 William White sharing his personal experience growing up in a pop culture they glorified the white savior narrative 51:32 strong female characters in Dune — Jessica, and how her portrayal differs in the David Lynch version55:44 David Lynch's Dune and it's homophobic elements 57:10 the portrayal of the Baron in the two versions59:02 strong female characters in Dune: Chani 1:02:17 what's the value of Dune being made into a movie in 2021 [Host]DiaodiaoInaAfraJuan[Guests]白威廉 (William White)Luojun Yang[Audio editor]Josh Ogden-Davis[Be our sponsor]Please consider supporting us on Patreon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/loudmurmurs)
On this week's brand new episode of The Silver Screen Breakdown, your surfers Tyler @Tylermoliterno and Zach @ZachWWMovies sit down and dig deep into both HALLOWEEN KILLS and Denis Villeneuve’s DUNE! We hope you enjoy. Thanks for listening and Go rate/review us on iTunes! Twitter: @Breakdown_Pod Gmail: Breakdownmovies@gmail.com We are available on iTunes, Stitcher, Google
**THIS EPISODE CONTAINS FULL SPOILERS** Is it possible to discuss DUNE too much? Well, we're here to find out! Welcome to another installment (and it won't end here) of Film is Lit, bringing back a familiar voice: the incomparable Dr. Sean Flory! It's a little disgusting how much we all adored Denis Villeneuve's most recent film, but not as disgusting as the Baron Harkonnen in the 1984 film, so hopefully it's not too painful to revisit this sci-fi classic! #Dune #FilmisLit #TimothéeChalamet #RebeccaFerguson #OscarIsaac #Zendaya #JasonMomoa #MovieReviewpodcast #bookreviewpodcast #FrankHerbert #DenisVilleneuve #DrSeanFlory ##DavidLynch #FrankHerbert #sandworms #Bookadaptation #movieadaptation #Dune2021 #StellanSkarsgård #JoshBrolin #JavierBardem #SharonDuncanBrewster #DaveBautista #DavidDastmalchian #DUNEreview
It's a Star Wars prequel-style Jedi double team on this week's Fabulous Film & Friends, where two like minded movie fans will team up against a solo dissenter in an epic duel over the worthiness of the 2015 Denis Villeneuve drug cartel potboiler SicarioMy tag-team partner is David Johnson DMD, and joining us in the opposite corner for his first stint on Triple F is, is our old pal from our High School Matthew Turvey. Matt is a film, music and literature lover, Barnes and Noble Manager, the last of a kind, and yet another one of my Eastern Oregon Western Idaho friends who randomly migrated to Salt Lake City. This is the first FFF where I previously crossed swords with my guest on Facebook concerning a film's overall quality, but given the devoted and continued success of the property, I decided to take the fight outside to the streets and the public at at large. But first, a synopsis. After a raid gone awry in a horrific, dead body and booby-trapped laden cartel house in Arizona, FBI Agent and Kidnapping Task Force Specialist Kate Mercer is recruited by a shawdowy CIA operative named Matt Graver and his mysterious partner Alejandro to take the fight to the cartels in Mexico. Eager to bring justice to the drug kingpins and to fight the good fight, Mercer signs on willingly but is soon confronted with both a war and a world where black and white have transformed into an impenetrable gray. Wrong is right. Good people do bad things. Bad people do worse things. Who do you root for?
We've waited for what feels like 10,000 years for Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune to hit the screens. In 2021 it finally happened and the High Five Gang is dusting off their Gom Jabbars and flying all their dragonfly ships to Arrakis to have an in-depth discussion about everything Atreides, Harkonnen, and naked Oscar Isaac! On this interstellar voyage is J, who has read some Dune books and has been a fan of the universe for decades, Cortney who read the book watched the first movie and is ready for more, and Mia the Dune newcomer to see how she felt being dropped into the future. What did we all think of Dune (2021)? You'll have to listen to find out!
Denis Villeneuve's DUNE is a true cinematic event. Although many people (including all of Cinemondo) have seen the movie at home, it needs to be seen on the big screen - us included! Kathy, Mark and Burk discuss DUNE Part 1. Great cast, effects, production design - this movie has it all and, according to Burk who has read DUNE five times (!), it hits it out of the ballpark. Music written and performed by Burk SaulsSubscribe to our YouTube Channel!https://www.youtube.com/c/CinemondoPodcastBecome a Patron on PatreonJoin Cinemondo and over a hundred thousand podcasters already using Buzzsprout to get their message out to the world. Sign up here to get your podcast started!Cinemondo Podcast is a weekly show that's released every Monday. If you'd like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review!We want to hear from you so write in with more recommendations and comments. Email us: CinemondoPodcast@gmail.comConnect with us: CinemondoPodcast.com twitter.com/CinemondoPod facebook.com/CinemondoPodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinemondoPodcast)
The guys have a spoilery review discussion of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer reveals, Letitia Wright Black Panther 2 injuries, Pam & Tommy trailer, Denis Villeneuve says the villainous Feyd will be in Dune: Part Two, Jonah Hill to play Jerry Garcia in Grateful Dead film from Martin Scorsese, Red Notice with Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson breaks Netflix records, what they're watching and listener questions!Ghostbusters: Afterlife - spoiler discussionSpider-Man: No Way Home new trailer - What does it reveal?Letitia Wright injuries more serious on BP2 - Delays more indicative of her being the new BPPam & Tommy trailer - Why would anyone NOT watch this?Villeneuve confirms Feyd will be in Dune 2 - Casting choices?Jonah Hill to play Jerry Garcia in Scorsese directed Grateful Dead biopicThe Rock and Ryan Reynolds want to play James Bond? Or have journalists forgotten how to take a joke?Red Notice biggest debut ever for Netflix - 2&3 could shoot back to back - New numbers website release for the streamer - What does it all mean??What We're Watching - Paul - Cobra Kai S4Listener QuestionsShare your love for The Beard & The Bald with official merch! T-shirts, hoodies and posters now available as well as other cool Movie-Themed Designs! Check out the shop HEREFor those new to the podcast, please give us a follow on our social pages: @thebeardthebald on Twitter The Beard and The Bald Podcast on Facebook And for those who have been with us for a while, please take a moment, please take a moment to give us a rating and a review! CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW!
Last year I read the book Dune and compared it to the 1984 movie, and it just so happened the first trailer for the new version of Dune came out, so I spoke about that too. If your interested, you can find my original Dune episode is here - in it I go into the story a bit more and where I though the new version would end.In this episode I talk about Denis Villeneuve's version, how it compares to what I can remember happens in the book, and what this does right, and wrong, compared to the 1984 version.If you enjoyed either episode please leave a review in Podchaser - it helps us grown and makes us look good. Otherwise please review us wherever you listen to us. You can also find us in the following places. Subscribe and join the conversation with our community.TwitterInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeWe hope you have an awesome day wherever you are, and whatever your doing.Andrew, Isla & NieveSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kwawwpodcast)
The boys are busy planning the next season of BttM, but that doesn't mean they haven't been watching movies. That's why we're bringing back Back to the Big Screen, a show within a show, in which Nat and Ben watch a movie in theaters. Like Cavemen used to do. This week, they saw Dune, and they had thoughts. Wanna hear them? Well, just listen to the episode!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokFollow Nat and Ben on LetterboxdEmail us at email@example.comAnd please, give us a 5-star review and share the podcast with your movie-loving friends! If you write us a five star review on Apple podcasts, we'll perform a parody song based on the movie we're talking about for the week. You give us a review, then choose a song and we will produce a custom parody!
Join us for another convention wrap up episode, this time concerning this year's Baltimore Comic Con! Bill and Steve attended and had the pleasure of Jon Runyan of A Comic Book Look podcast joining them as their roommate for the weekend ... AND he joins us again for this episode! Listen in as we hear about encounters with creators, panels attended, treasures acquired and more! Then, Caleb joins in on a discussion of the new cinematic vision of Frank Herbert's Dune from director Denis Villeneuve! And of course a healthy dose of comic book talk!
This week we're reviewing the 2013 film Prisoners, and it's… a lot. We discuss the brilliant performances from our two leads, the unique themes and undertones, and also all of the very strange plot holes because… we have a lot of questions. Also, why we hate Fight Club Syndrome. (Recorded November 15th, 2021.)
GET ER DUNE! You done dune it now cause we are finally talking our most anticipated movie since The Croods 2. That's right, Denis Villeneuve's DUNE is here and we cant wait to get snort a ton of spice and sleazy on house Atreides. The Dudes are also bringing their A game this week cause we are hacking into the The Matrix Resurrections trailer.
For this Geek Out!, we will be speaking about Denis Villeneuve’s Dune that has arrived on the big screen and HBO Max. The post The Monster Scifi Show Presents – Geek Out! Dune (2021) appeared first on The ESO Network.
Falamos sobre as adaptações de "Duna" para o cinema feitas por Denis Villeneuve, David Lynch e Alejandro Jodorowsky. Clássico da ficção científica e um dos livros mais influentes do gênero, "Duna" foi publicado por Frank Herbert em 1965 e narra a batalha em torno do controle de Arrakis, um planeta desértico conhecido por ser fonte da poderosa especiaria Mélange -- substância alucinógena que proporciona o desenvolvimento de habilidades poderosas e que é considerada vital para a realização de viagens espaciais. No centro da disputa por Arrakis está Paul Atreides, um jovem que acredita-se ser o "Escolhido" para liderar uma revolução contra o imperador Shaddam. No podcast, nós analisamos os prós e contras da superprodução dirigida por Denis Villeneuve ("A Chegada", "Blade Runner 2049") e estrelada por Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa e Javier Bardem. Também comentamos a turbulenta adaptação de "Duna" feita por David Lynch ("Cidade dos Sonhos") em 1984 e o ambicioso projeto que Alejandro Jodorowsky ("El Topo") tentou realizar nos anos 1970 e que é tema do documentário "Duna de Jodorowsky" (2014). Quem se senta à mesa conosco é Renné França, professor de cinema do Instituto Federal de Goiás, crítico no Pílula Pop e diretor do longa-metragem “Terra e Luz“. O cinematório café é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. A cada episódio, nós propomos um debate em torno de filmes recém-lançados e temas relacionados ao cinema, sempre em um clima de descontração e buscando refletir sobre imagens presentes no nosso dia a dia. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para firstname.lastname@example.org. A sua mensagem pode ser lida no podcast! - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio! - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema!
Tread Perilously keeps yet another promise by finally watching Small Wonder, but will an episode called "The Suitor" change Erik or Justin's opinion of the series? When Jamie's nerdy classmate, Warren, catches sight of Vicki, he's immediately smitten. And thanks to Jamie's primer on mushy romance, she reciprocates -- or at least as much as an emotionless "child identicant" can. Will Jamie be able to program her with a tactful way to let Warren down or will the nerdy kid end up in tears? Also, will anyone punish Jamie for his behavior and racially insensitive impressions? Erik and Justin enter the heart of darkness with one of the worst sitcoms ever recorded. They go over the premise -- both the one cited by the show itself and the one Justin sees buried just underneath. Gambling, the Tyrell Corporation, and Pakistan become important. Justin offers a few thoughts on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. A surprising examination of Regan Era media and culture breaks out. Erik has a hard time believing actor Dick Christie was a nerd in high school. Denis Villeneuve gets compared to Ridley Scott and Justin learns whether or not he must endure an episode of 7th Heaven next week.
I review the new Dune film by Denis Villeneuve based on the novel Dune by Frank Herbert out in theaters and on HBO Max --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christian-joel-ramos/support
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The movie Dune was released on October 21. It's the most recent adaptation of Frank Herbert's epic science fiction novel from 1965. The film was directed by Denis Villeneuve, and the score was written by Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer. Hans Zimmer has scored over 200 films, been nominated for Oscars eleven times. He and Denis Villeneuve first worked together on the film Blade Runner 2049. Dune tells the story of the Atreides family as they relocate from their home world to the desert planet Arrakis. When Hans Zimmer first started working on the music, he made what he calls a "sketchbook" – creating motifs and themes that might occur in the film. And in this episode, he takes us through the first sketch he did for Dune. It's called "Paul's Dream." For more, visit songexploder.net/dune.
Cam, Josh, and D review director Denis Villeneuve's epic, DUNE. Welcome to Blerdlines Reviews. Music by @prometheusjackson Follow Us: www.facebook.com/thetableoftruth www.twitter.com/thetableoftruth www.instagram.com/thetableoftruth
The review is much shorter than the movie Recorded October 21, 2021 -What I thought -It's length -The trailer -My history with Dune (the books and the David Lynch movie) -My quick review of the Lynch movie -I butcher the pronunciation of Denis Villeneuve -Left me wanting more -Some tastes (even though it was a long movie) -Soundtrack, effects, acting, storyline -What the Star Wars prequels could have been -Father/son, mother/son -Supernatural, politics, messiah -The fighting -Lynch and the Weirding Way (ugh) -I yawned -Part II needs to be released tomorrow -Things get weirder -I'll leave you wanting more Twitter https://twitter.com/mmampodcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mmampodcast Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/music-movies-and-other-stuff/id1236495556?mt=2 Podbean https://mmam.podbean.com/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org -Get vaccinated -Get your info from credible sources (New York Times, NPR, BBC, USA Today, etc.) © MMAMPodcast 2021 All Rights Reserved
Josh is joined by recurring guests Fred Kolb and Ben Luben to talk all things "Dune." They discuss how filmmaker Denis Villeneuve and cinematographer Greg Fraiser did in visually recreating the world of Frank Herbert's novel, whether Villeneuve was smart in how he went about cutting off the story in anticipation of future films, the various performances from the stacked cast that included Timothée Chalamet and Oscar Isaac and much more! Spoilers throughout!
For this Geek Out!, we will be speaking about Denis Villeneuve's Dune that has arrived on the big screen and HBO Max. We will be comparing this new Dune movie to Frank Herbert's Dune novel, David Lynch's Dune (1984), the SciFi Channel's Dune (2000) as well as spoilers. Enjoy!!!
This week, we welcome back Jennifer Lopez (Finch) to nerd out about Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune: Part One.' Are we hooked on it like Paul Atreides is hooked on spice? Or does it sink like the sands that trail behind Shai Hulud? Plus: everyone fauns over Oscar Isaac's beard.
Alex flies solo to give an outsider's take on Denis Villeneuve's "Dune." Alex discusses "Dune" lore, technical mastery, Oscar prospects, Charlotte Rampling and Stellan Skarsgard as all-timers, and Villeneuve's early film work. Let us know what you think of "Dune" on Twitter @WAYW_Podcast.Watch Alex's films at http://alexwithrow.com/Watch Nick's films at https://www.nicholasdostal.com/Tell us what you're watching at email@example.com
Duna chegou às livrarias do mundo em 1965 e se tornou um dos livros de ficção científica mais vendidos de todos os tempos. Escrito por Frank Herbert, conhecemos um império intergaláctico feudal onde tecnologia e religião se misturam e formam uma trama que já renderam diversas continuações e, neste ano de 2021, tivemos sua segunda adaptação para o cinema. Depois do - como podemos dizer sem ofender... - controverso filme de 1984 escrito e dirigido por David Lynch, Denis Villeneuve assumiu a tarefa de tentar adaptar mais uma vez o clássico para antigos e novos fãs. Para lembrar os principais momentos do novo longa, do antigo e opinar sobre como os marcos do livro foi colocado na tela, convidamos o podcaster Carlos Voltor e Philippe Maia, dublador responsável pela voz do Oscar Isaac. Links relacionados: Visite o Philippe Maia lá no Instagram O Carlos Voltor está no seu canal Voltorama no Twitch, Youtube, Instagram e Twitter Você encontra, claro, o Podcrastinadores e todos os seus participantes nas redes sociais: Twitter, Facebook e Instagram
"Dreams Are Messages From the Deep..." It's a very special edition of Everything is Permitted, as the team reviews the highly anticipated Dune adaptation from the visionary director, Denis Villeneuve. Join the team as they break everything from the film down, from it being a faithful adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel, the scale and scope, to the amazing cast of characters who brought the Fremen and great houses of Atreides and Harkonnen to life. Later, Julian takes a spacing guild transport to where Dune all started for him: Huntington, NY. There he talks about the film with his father Royal Brown, the man who bought him his first copy of the book. Did they agree on Villeneuve's adaptation, or does Royal stand by the extravagance of David Lynch's 1984 cult version? All that and more on this very special edition of EIP. Become a Patron to get early access to segments like Raiders of the Bargain Bin as well as our main show, bonus Patreon only segments, and access to our Patreon only Facebook Group! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | YouTube Follow: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
#395 - We talk about the new Dune (2021) movie. Denis Villeneuve's vision for this film is on par with this other films. The cast of Timothee Chalamet, Rececca Ferguson, Zendaya, Osacar Isaac, and many more shine in this film. We then crossover to our favorite novel adaptations. Jurassic Park, Godfather, and others are mentioned. Category: Movies HSF Rating Alex-6, Scott-5, Jeff-6 Please follow and contact us at the following locations: Patreon: http://patreon.com/hansshotfirst Facebook: Hans Shot First Twitter: http://twitter.com/hansshot1st Email: firstname.lastname@example.org iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hans-shot-first/id778071182 Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/I5q2th5tzsucvpzgmy3kmzgtd44?t=Hans_Shot_First iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hans-shot-first-30934202/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0ityvhlXhdtoXFJFOO1cvA
Isaac and Cameron explore Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners (2013) in light of the directors success with Dune (2021). The dark film follows Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) and a desperate father named Keller (Hugh Jackman) as they strive to find mysteriously missing daughters. This review explore Villeneuve's pacing craftsmanship and the powerful symbolism of the film. Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Tim Smith and Darrin O'Neill. The show is recorded and produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. You can follow us on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Thank you for your generosity and support.
Put on your stillsuit and prepare your sand compactor. We’re venturing out into the uncharted deserts of Arrakis with “Dune,” Denis Villeneuve’s cinematic take on the oft-filmed Frank Herbert novel. We do some comparing and contrasting with David Lynch’s version, question whether this adaptation is for fans for for people who know nothing about “Dune”, and basically stare at a bunch of big spaceships hanging in the air. Denis Villeneuve knows what we like. Jason Snell with John Siracusa, Jean MacDonald and Joe Rosensteel.
Put on your stillsuit and prepare your sand compactor. We’re venturing out into the uncharted deserts of Arrakis with “Dune,” Denis Villeneuve’s cinematic take on the oft-filmed Frank Herbert novel. We do some comparing and contrasting with David Lynch’s version, question whether this adaptation is for fans for for people who know nothing about “Dune”, and basically stare at a bunch of big spaceships hanging in the air. Denis Villeneuve knows what we like. Host Jason Snell with John Siracusa, Jean MacDonald and Joe Rosensteel.
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LET THE SPICE FLOW!!! By popular request, Ivan & Red sip on the gift of their body's moisture and talk Denis Villeneuve's Dune (2021). Despite the fact the man only made a 1/4 of a movie, there's a lot to discuss: Can Timothée Chalamet act Cuban, is this movie anti-Irish, how much worm can one movie need, and most importantly, who ordered all the black goo??? Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall's newly launched podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As always: Support Ivan & Red! → patreon.com/boarsgoreswords Follow us on twitter → @boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook → facebook.com/BoarsGoreSwords
Rund and Ramtin speak to sci-fi writer and Princeton historian, Haris Durrani, about why the lore of Dune still proves so relevant and the ways in which the 2021 film succeeds and fails to convey its messages. "Dreams are messages from the deep." Those are the first words that appear on the screen in Denis Villeneuve's 2021 film, Dune, a cinematic adaptation of the iconic 1965 sci-fi book by Frank Herbert. The book contains dreams within dreams. Dreams of a future humanity in all of its flawed complexity. Dune takes place about ten thousand years from now with humanity having spread across the galaxy, populating planets and evolving in myriad mysterious and fascinating ways. But Herbert's vision isn't unrecognizable to our contemporary eyes. In fact, unlike many other similar sci-fi stories, Dune projects Islamic belief and philosophy into the future, placing it right at the center of future events. It uses Middle Eastern history to paint a dream of a future which is both futuristic and ancient, exhilarating and full of tension. It is a story about the perils of imperialism, messianic beliefs, and environmental degradation. It is a story about us.