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I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Black Orpheus (Episode 15)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 116:36


In the fifteenth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by fellow podcaster Ben Thelen and screenwriter Gio Maldonado to discuss the blend of dance, music, and tragedy that combines celebratory romanticism and societal tragedy in the jubilant yet wary depiction of Favela life in Marcel Camus' Black Orpheus (1959).

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - A Kid for Two Farthings (Episode 14)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 116:05


In the fourteenth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by screenwriter David Gutierrez and writer August Gummere to discuss the vibrantly colorful and community driven immersion into the Jewish emigre center of Post-War London that dabbles in the preservation of fantasy in Carol Reed's lesser known A Kid for Two Farthings (1955).

'80s Movie Montage
Fright Night

'80s Movie Montage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 115:17


With special guest Deanna Gomez, Anna and Derek debate how a super sexy and uber cool vampire like Jerry Dandridge could be named Jerry Dandridge, why a turned Evil Ed dies a werewolf death and much more during their discussion of Tom Holland's Fright Night (1985).Connect with '80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It's the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there's that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.Deanna Gomez a proud Spooky B**ch born and raised in San Bernardino, California, now residing in sunny LA. She is a renaissance woman who acts, writes, and directs. She recently directed and starred in the sci-fi horror short, Mother, which can be streamed on Shudder as part of the Nyx Horror 13 Minutes of Horror Film Festival. Her quote to live by: "Normal is an illusion. What's normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." - Morticia Addams.  

Scoop World Order: Ohio State Football Insiders
OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

Scoop World Order: Ohio State Football Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:05


OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show
OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

Morning Scoop: Daily Buckeye Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:05


OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

Givs and the Bank
OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

Givs and the Bank

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 38:59


OSU Insider: Toledo Film Study! Ryan Day Got TRICKY Before Wisconsin

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Ordet (Episode 13)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 103:46


In the thirteenth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by fellow podcaster Ben Thelen and cinematographer Ryan Alva to discuss the quotidian rhythms and slice of life tragedies within a farming family going through a crisis of faith in Carl Theodor Dreyer's late career masterpiece Ordet (1955).

Every Rom Com
Every Rom Com 44: Groundhog Day

Every Rom Com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 149:50


This week on Every Rom Com we’re covering the foundational movie of the time loop genre - “Groundhog Day”! You’ll definitely learn something new, as we discuss everything from its filming location, to the story behind the script, to the history of Groundhog Day itself. We also delve into time loop ethics, pitch perhaps our wildest sequel idea yet, and proffer intriguing theories about Ned Ryerson. And of course we cover the romance of it all, though the most romantic part of this episode might be how Steve from “For Me These Films R The Juice” would choose to spend his time loop! Don’t miss this fact and fun-filled episode on an essential film! 0:00-12:22 - Intro, Monadnock Underground Updates From Zoe, Introducing Steve Doyle From The Podcast “For Me These Films R The Juice”! To Check Out Monadnock Underground And/Or Submit: https://www.monadnockunderground.com/ To Check Out “For Me These Films R The Juice”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/for-me-these-films-r-the-juice/id1592377993 You can also follow Steve and the podcast on Twitter @FilmsRtheJuice, on Instagram @thesefilmsrthejuice, and on his Facebook page: For me, these Films R the Juice Guest Bio: Steve Doyle From “For Me These Films R The Juice”: Steve Doyle has been podcasting since October 2021. The inspiration to begin For me, these Films R the Juice came from listening to The Rewatchables and The Cine-Files podcasts and also returning to the cinema after the Covid lockdowns. These things reignited Steve’s passion for film and made him think, 'I’m going to give that a try.' The first 7 episodes of For me, these Films R the Juice are solo efforts by Steve, focusing on deep dives into some of his favourite and most seen films such as Pulp Fiction, Shaun of the Dead & No Country For Old Men. Episode 8 onwards features a guest with whom he discusses a film or film topic including a Tom Cruise Film Draft with Edward from That 80s Movie Podcast and Wayne from Recasted 2.0. Steve was a big cinephile from his mid teens to early twenties. During this period he started to gain a deeper knowledge of and appreciation for film acting, film making and film history by taking an A-Level in Film Studies and subscribing to Empire Magazine. These two avenues, along with sharing the same passion for film with two of his best friends, made Steve become fascinated by certain actors (Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Ed Norton, Ray Liotta) directors (Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppolla, Oliver Stone) and film history (the book ‘Easy Riders, Raging Bulls’, Film Documentaries and DVD ‘Making Ofs’). Episode 9 of the podcast in which Steve is joined by the close friends mentioned, Dan and Dean, to compare Al Pacino and Robert De Niro really conveys their joint love of film at that time. Outside of podcasting Steve has recently started a new job within his local hospital’s Cancer Support department which he is enjoying and finding very rewarding. Other than work, podcasting, watching films, and getting to his local driving range whenever he can, Steve enjoys spending time with his wife and t

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Miracle in Milan (Episode 12)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 104:45


In the twelfth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by screenwriter David Gutierrez and stunt actor Danny Hernandez to discuss Vittorio De Sica's delightful and heart warming indictment of society gone wrong in the fantastical inversion of neo-realist tragedy in Miracle in Milan (1951).

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (Episode 11)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 94:55


In the eleventh episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by writer/performer Reagan Osborne and musician Ben Childs to discuss the beautifully shot yet narratively uneven blend of mythologies and romance in Albert Lewin's melodrama Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951).

The Mr. Mike Podcast: Wrong Answers Only
Interview with Merrill Matthews

The Mr. Mike Podcast: Wrong Answers Only

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 50:55


In this episode, Mr. D and Mr. Mike interview a local film artist, Merrill Matthews. He is from Montreal, Quebec, Canada and is a huge fan of pop culture (especially the 90s!), He studied at Concordia University in their Film Studies program, and has been making short films since 2016. His short film “Included” which is about workplace inclusion, won the Honorable Mention award at the 2019 Canada Shorts Film Festival. His current film “The Love Letter” was selected as part of the London edition of the Lift Off Global Network Film Festival, as well as the 4Theatre Film Festival. He is also a husband and father.

Nostalgia Trap
Nostalgia Trap - Episode 338: Millennials Killed the Video Star w/ Amanda Klein

Nostalgia Trap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 55:03


Amanda Klein is a professor of Film Studies at East Carolina University and the author of a number of works on American media and society. Her latest book, Millennials Killed the Video Star: MTV's Transition to Reality Programming, is a detailed history of MTV's abrupt evolution from music-centered content to non-stop reality programs in the late 90s and early 2000s. In this conversation, Klein discusses how MTV executives chased the elusive millennial dollar in a rapidly changing media landscape, producing shows like The Hills, Jersey Shore, Buckwild, and many others, offering a young, largely white audience an opportunity to imagine themselves occupying a wide range of non-white identities. Which MTV did you watch?   Subscribe to Nostalgia Trap to access our library of bonus content: patreon.com/nostalgiatrap

Monday Match Analysis
Alcaraz Wins US Open and Becomes Youngest #1 Ever, Defeating Ruud in Four | Monday Match Analysis

Monday Match Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 42:09


Carlos Alcaraz has won his first major title at the 2022 US Open and is now the world #1 for the first time. At 19-years old, he's the youngest #1 in ATP history and the youngest to triumph at a Slam since Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros in 2004. Alcaraz defeated Casper Ruud in a quality 4-set final. On this week's Monday Match Analysis, Gill Gross discusses Alcaraz's mental adjustment coming into the tournament, the physical preparation he endured to withstand record time on court in New York, his various net-rushing strategies and return advantages, huge 4th-set serving and key 3rd-set tiebreak. This episode is dedicated to my friend- dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 00:00 Intro 03:15 Mentality Shift 05:30 Alcaraz Fitness 08:15 Point-Shortening Offense 12:40 Film Study 28:30 Serving Surprise 31:12 Thiem-Zverev comparison 34:35 3rd set turning point 40:20 Dedicated to my friend --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monday-match-analysis/support

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Portrait of Jennie (Episode 10)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 93:03


In the tenth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by screenwriter David Gutierrez and editor Kristi Shimek (of Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) to discuss another of William Dieterle's experimental fantasies, the David O. Selznick micromanaged production about the everlasting and romantic impact of the artistic muse on the artistic soul in Portrait of Jennie (1948).

Oakwood Baptist Church Podcast
A Film Study on Temptation

Oakwood Baptist Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022


A Film Study on Temptation Genesis 39:7-20

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - La Belle et la Bête (Episode 9)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 116:13


In the ninth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by editor Kristi Shimek (of Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) and filmmaker Michael Willer (of the Big Fat Gay Podcast) to discuss Jean Cocteau's stylishly dreamy and overtly Freudian adaptation of the timeless fable made personal in La Belle et la Bête (1946).

UC Santa Barbara (Audio)

Professor Jennifer Rhee (English, Virginia Commonwealth University) joins Melody Jue (English, UCSB) to discuss the film Arrival and its short story predecessor, “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. They explore the dynamics of free will, determinism, disorientation, communication, language, and temporal non linearity in the science fiction film. Furthermore, they discuss the similarities and differences between the film and the original short story. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38161]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Professor Jennifer Rhee (English, Virginia Commonwealth University) joins Melody Jue (English, UCSB) to discuss the film Arrival and its short story predecessor, “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. They explore the dynamics of free will, determinism, disorientation, communication, language, and temporal non linearity in the science fiction film. Furthermore, they discuss the similarities and differences between the film and the original short story. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38161]

Humanities (Audio)

Professor Jennifer Rhee (English, Virginia Commonwealth University) joins Melody Jue (English, UCSB) to discuss the film Arrival and its short story predecessor, “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. They explore the dynamics of free will, determinism, disorientation, communication, language, and temporal non linearity in the science fiction film. Furthermore, they discuss the similarities and differences between the film and the original short story. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38161]

Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies
New Horror Movies Ep. 018: Dead Man Still Walking - I Walked With a Zombie (1943)

Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:55


Yes! Here it is! The Fourth Edition of DEAD MAN STILL WALKING, where your intrepid host, Dr. Walking Dead Kyle Bishop, discusses I Walked With a Zombie (1943)! During this review, Dr. Bishop will discuss the background of this film, including its origins and inspirations. He will explore the role of voodoo in this movie and whether it's a Horror film at all. Dr. Walking Dead also places this movie in context for its importance among the re-animated annals of zombie cinema, and he also touches on the film's depictions of racism. Listen to find out whether Dr. Walking Dead recommends “I Walked With a Zombie,” or whether he will regard it as mere filmic detritus… Note: This review contains major plot spoilers for “I Walked With a Zombie” (1943). Note: To view ALL of Dr. Bishop's Dead Man Still Walking solocast episode can USE THIS LINK. Dead Man Still Walking is a biweekly, short-form solocast hosted by Dr. Walking Dead Kyle Bishop, author of American Zombie Gothic and How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture. Dr. Walking Dead also presents a popular segment called The Dead Zone on regular episodes of this podcast. For his Dead Man Still Walking solocast episodes, Dr. Bishop will focus exclusively on zombie films, with the occasional exploration of zombie-related themes, zombie television, and other zombie media (e.g., comics, literature, etc.). Dr. Bishop is an academic and professional scholar of zombie films and other zombie narratives. He has been teaching for 22 years. Dr. Bishop serves as an English professor, Film Studies professor, and he's currently the English Department Chair at Southern Utah University. You are welcome to reach out to Dr. Bishop with comments or questions via email:bishopk@suu.edu, Twitter: @DrWalkingDead, or by leaving him a voicemail: (801) 899-9798. You can also watch the documentary, Doc of the Dead (2014), which features Dr. Walking Dead. Find more links below for Dr. Bishop. Be sure to subscribe to Jay of the Dead's new Horror movie podcast on:   Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Deezer Stitcher     You are welcome to email our show at HauntingYourHeadphones@gmail.com, or call and leave us a voicemail at (801) 899-9798. You can also follow Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies on Twitter: @HorrorAvengers Dead Man Still Walking with Dr. Kyle Bishop is brought to you by Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies, an audio Horror movie podcast. It features seven experienced Horror hosts review new Horror movies and deliver specialty Horror segments. Your hosts are Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, Gillman Joel, Mister Watson, Dr. Walking Dead, GregaMortis and Mackula! Due to the large number and busy schedule of its seven Horror hosts, Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies will be recorded in segments, piecemeal, at various times and recording sessions. Therefore, as you listen to our episodes, you will notice a variety of revolving door hosts and segments, all sewn together and reanimated like the powerful Monster of Dr. Frankenstein!

Film and Television (Video)

Professor Jennifer Rhee (English, Virginia Commonwealth University) joins Melody Jue (English, UCSB) to discuss the film Arrival and its short story predecessor, “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. They explore the dynamics of free will, determinism, disorientation, communication, language, and temporal non linearity in the science fiction film. Furthermore, they discuss the similarities and differences between the film and the original short story. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38161]

Arts and Music (Video)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Arts and Music (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

Humanities (Audio)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Humanities (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

Film and Television (Video)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Film and Television (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Les Visiteurs du Soir (Episode 8)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 114:22


In the eighth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by musician Ben Childs and writer August Gummere to discuss the use of fantasy as political and societal allegory in Marcel Carne's romantic French fable made under German Occupation, Les Visiteurs du Soir (1942).

Off The Bench
LSU vs FSU film study-ESPN 104.5 Off the Bench 2022-09-07 HOUR ONE

Off The Bench

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 45:45


In HOUR ONE of OTB, we give a fil review of LSU's loss to Florida State. We also discuss a somewhat controversial moment with Brian kelly and a reporter yesterday, and more!

'80s Movie Montage
The Thing

'80s Movie Montage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 139:17


With special three-time guest Jeff York, Anna and Derek kick off their annual Halloween series by discussing the wee oversight of the Norwegian team failing to alert the world to a freakin' space ship, Rob Bottin's horrifically stunning special effects and much more during their chat of John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). Connect with '80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It's the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there's that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.Jeff York has been a professional writer and illustrator for three decades, working in advertising, journalism, and show business. He's an optioned screenwriter and has helped Netflix producers develop a number of series. Jeff's also a SAG/AFTRA member, a certified film critic on RottenTomatoes.com, has his own movie site TheEstablishingShot.org that's read in 27 countries, and is a member of the Chicago Indie Critics. 

TNT Radio
Elsa Schieder on Jerm Warfare with Jeremy Nell - 05 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 55:25


GUEST OVERVIEW: Elsa Schieder has a triple disciplinary PhD - Psychology, Sociology, Literary Theory. She has taught in 6 departments at the university and college level: Humanities, Education, English, Film Studies, Women's Studies and Sociology. She was long a tenured Humanities prof at John Abbott College. Elsa has a strong interest in ‘Truth' and runs https://www.truthsummit.info

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - The Devil & Daniel Webster (Episode 7)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 121:25


In the seventh episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by script supervisor Katy Baldwin and fellow podcaster Zax Protzmann to discuss the a technical and enrapturing slice of Americana that takes a home-spun folklore of deceptive deals, immoral paths, and the saving grace of patriotism to a glorious level of immersion in William Dieterle's adaptation of the fable The Devil & Daniel Webster (1941).

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - The Wizard of Oz (Episode 6)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 128:28


In the sixth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by a panel of guests, filmmaker Michael Willer, screenwriter Steve Bolia, and actress Thurlene Williams, to discuss the power of archetype and the vague attachments to the hero's journey in one of the substantial pillars of cinema, Victor Fleming's adaptation of The Wizard of Oz (1939).

Humanities (Audio)

Writer/director Oualid Mouaness discusses his film 1982 with moderator Paul Amar (Global Studies, UCSB). Mouaness details the development of the film and the importance of depicting an honest representation of the war in Lebanon, especially as a means to bridge gaps between older and younger generations. He explains the significance of telling 1982's story through a child's perspective and the unique point-of-view they have in experiencing war and history. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38159]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Writer/director Oualid Mouaness discusses his film 1982 with moderator Paul Amar (Global Studies, UCSB). Mouaness details the development of the film and the importance of depicting an honest representation of the war in Lebanon, especially as a means to bridge gaps between older and younger generations. He explains the significance of telling 1982's story through a child's perspective and the unique point-of-view they have in experiencing war and history. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 38159]

Canadian Movie Crew
Film Studies 11-11: Summer Catch Up 2

Canadian Movie Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 99:32


Life sometimes gets in the way. Other times, other people's summer vacations get in the way. That's what happened to us. So we've been watching movies when we can and we finally have the time – at the same time … Continue reading →

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - Lost Horizon (Episode 5)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 122:11


In the fifth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by fellow cinephile Jordan Berry and novelist Samuel Cullado to discuss the incredibly dated and oddly telling interpretation of an exotic Utopia through the populist and idealistic lens of Frank Capra in the uneven and platitudinal Lost Horizon (1937).

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - The Blood of a Poet (Episode 4)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 105:50


In the fourth episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by screenwriter David Gutierrez and fellow podcaster Ben Thelen to discuss the personal ode to the cavernous creative mind of artists, poets, and writers in Jean Cocteau's experimental rumination on the paradoxes of life and death, the innate power of metaphor, and the division between dream and reality in The Blood of a Poet (1932).

Living the Dream with Curveball
Living the dream with film maker and self published author Daniel Hess

Living the Dream with Curveball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 25:50


Daniel HessA filmmaker and self published author in Baltimore, Maryland. Daniel has been working in the creative, corporate, and event spaces of video production since 2009. Many of his life experiences have gone into his first book, a collection of poetry called "Just a Boy Blaming Himself," in which he took an unfiltered look back at his life personally and professionally especially over the last five years. Daniel is currently working on obtaining his Masters Degree in Film Studies and work with two separate production studios as well as a web marketing firm.www.totonyproductions.com

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast
Packers Total Access: Chalk Talk Breaking Down Film Study From Week 3

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 60:36


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Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers
Packers Total Access: Chalk Talk Breaking Down Film Study From Week 3

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 60:36


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I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - L'Age d'Or (Episode 3)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 89:00


In the third episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by novelist Samuel Cullado and stunt actor Danny Hernandez to discuss the blasphemous and anarchic surrealism of Luis Buñuel in the vignette driven attack on church, the bourgeousie, and the moralistic insanity of modernity in L'Age d'Or (1930).

Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies
New Horror Movies Ep. 017: Dead Man Still Walking - The Sadness (2022)

Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 36:46


Movement is life! Welcome to the Third Edition of DEAD MAN STILL WALKING, where Dr. Walking Dead dares you to explore the depths of depravity found in this year's notorious zombie flick, The Sadness (2022), a new Horror film from Taiwan written and directed by Rob Jabbaz. Dr. Bishop addresses the gore and violence and whether it is excessively or unnecessarily gratuitous. He describes how this new film fits into both 20th century and 21st century zombie narratives. Is “The Sadness” also a Romance? Is it an “Anti-Romance”? Is this film original or derivative? What other zombie narratives, if any, serve as influences? Kyle Bishop answers these questions and discusses the distinctions between “gluttonous zombies” and “wrath zombies” / “lust zombies.” In the beginning of his review, Dr. Bishop discusses some very mild, premise-based “spoilers.” But after providing a spoiler warning, he eventually covers full-blown spoilers for “The Sadness.” Listen! Note: To view ALL of Dr. Bishop's Dead Man Still Walking solocast episode can USE THIS LINK. Dead Man Still Walking is a biweekly, short-form solocast hosted by Dr. Walking Dead Kyle Bishop, author of American Zombie Gothic and How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture. Dr. Walking Dead also presents a popular segment called The Dead Zone on regular episodes of this podcast. For his Dead Man Still Walking solocast episodes, Dr. Bishop will focus exclusively on zombie films, with the occasional exploration of zombie-related themes, zombie television, and other zombie media (e.g., comics, literature, etc.). Dr. Bishop is an academic and professional scholar of zombie films and other zombie narratives. He has been teaching for 22 years. Dr. Bishop serves as an English professor, Film Studies professor, and he's currently the English Department Chair at Southern Utah University. You are welcome to reach out to Dr. Bishop with comments or questions via email:bishopk@suu.edu, Twitter: @DrWalkingDead, or by leaving him a voicemail: (801) 899-9798. You can also watch the documentary, Doc of the Dead (2014), which features Dr. Walking Dead. Find more links below for Dr. Bishop. Be sure to subscribe to Jay of the Dead's new Horror movie podcast on:   Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Deezer Stitcher     You are welcome to email our show at HauntingYourHeadphones@gmail.com, or call and leave us a voicemail at (801) 899-9798. You can also follow Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies on Twitter: @HorrorAvengers Dead Man Still Walking with Dr. Kyle Bishop is brought to you by Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies, an audio Horror movie podcast. It features seven experienced Horror hosts review new Horror movies and deliver specialty Horror segments. Your hosts are Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, Gillman Joel, Mister Watson, Dr. Walking Dead, GregaMortis and Mackula! Due to the large number and busy schedule of its seven Horror hosts, Jay of the Dead's New Horror Movies will be recorded in segments, piecemeal, at various times and recording sessions. Therefore, as you listen to our episodes, you will notice a variety of revolving door hosts and segments, all sewn together and reanimated like the powerful Monster of Dr. Frankenstein!

Reading McCarthy
Episode 30: Blood Meridian Round Table Part 2

Reading McCarthy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 44:12


The second part of our wonderful panel discussion of Cormac McCarthy's masterful and shattering novel Blood Meridian.  Our returning guests include: Steve Frye, who is professor and chair of English at California State University, Bakersfield and President of the Cormac McCarthy Society. He is the author of Understanding Cormac McCarthy (Univ. of South Carolina Press) and editor of The Cambridge Companion to Cormac McCarthy, and Cambridge UP's Cormac McCarthy in Context. He has written numerous journal articles on Cormac McCarthy and other authors of the American Romanticist Tradition.  Additionally, he is the author of the recently published novel Dogwood Crossing. Stacey Peebles is Chair of the English program, Director of Film Studies, and the Marlene and David Grissom Professor of Humanities at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.  She is the author of Welcome to the Suck: Narrating the American Soldier's Experience in Iraq (2011) and Cormac McCarthy and Performance: Page, Stage, Screen (2017).  She is co-editor of Approaches to Teaching the Works of Cormac McCarthy.  She has been editor of the Cormac McCarthy Journal since 2010.   Rick Wallach is one of the founders of the Cormac McCarthy society, and recently retired after some few years teaching English at the University of Miami, He is senior editor of the Cormac McCarthy Society casebook series, and editor of the two-volume collection of essays Sacred Violence as well as Myth, Legend Dust: Critical Responses to Cormac McCarthy, and co-editor with Lynnea Chapman King and the late James Welsh of From Novel to Film: No Country for Old Men. He has written widely and extensively on numerous topics in literature, film, media and contemporary music.  Thanks to Thomas Frye, who composed, performed, and produced the theme music and interludes for READING MCCARTHY.   Music in this episode includes: "The World to Come," "Toadvine," Running with Wolves," "Much Like Yourself," and "Blues for Blevins."The views of the host and his guests do not necessarily reflect the views of their home institutions or the Cormac McCarthy Society. To contact me, please reach out to readingmccarthy(@)gmail.com. Find us on Twitter and Facebook; the website is at readingmccarthy.buzzsprout.com, and if you'd like to support the show you can click on the little heart symbol at the top of the page to buy the show a cappuccino, or you can support us at www.patreon.com/readingmccarthy.Support the show

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - The Adventures of Prince Achmed (Episode 2)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 97:15


In the second episode of Season 7 (Fantastical Realities) Kyle is joined by fellow podcaster Ben Thelen and fellow cinephile Derek Paranay to discuss the meticulous animation process of lead/paper cutouts and stop motion movement that gave illumination to the grand work of expressionist Lotte Reiniger in The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926).

'80s Movie Montage
A Fish Called Wanda

'80s Movie Montage

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 101:03


With special guest Ian Tan, Anna and Derek chat about the inspired and Oscar-winning performance of Kevin Kline, if Wendy was really all that bad and much more during their discussion of the British screwball comedy A Fish Called Wanda (1988). Connect with '80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It's the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there's that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.Ian Tan hails from the Midwest and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. After graduating with a BS in Biology, he attended Florida State University for his MFA in Film Production and Television Recording. He moved out to Los Angeles, CA, in early 2002 and has been working as a television picture editor ever since.  Some of his more well-known works include CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, MARVEL'S CLOAK & DAGGER, LOVECRAFT COUNTRY and the upcoming Netflix remake of AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER.

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast
Packers Total Access: Chalk Talk Breaking Down Saints Game Film Study With Ryan and Jacob

Custom Green Bay Packers Talk Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 61:53


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Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers
Packers Total Access: Chalk Talk Breaking Down Saints Game Film Study With Ryan and Jacob

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 61:53


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Everyday Motherhood
301. Global Storytelling with Circle Round Podcast

Everyday Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 33:47


Do you love stories?  Today's guest is a professional storyteller for adults (news) and children (global stories). Rebecca Sheir is the author of the Circle Round books The Unwelcome Guest and A Taste of Honey, and the host, writer, and producer of the Circle Round storytelling podcast for kids and the grown-ups they love. Distributed by WBUR (Boston's NPR station), Circle Round is heard in all 50 states and nearly 200 countries, and has been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, and TIME. Sheir holds a BA in Film Studies from Columbia University and an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Iowa. She lives in western Massachusetts with her husband and son.  Rebecca Sheir - Storey Publishing Circle Round (wbur.org) Circle Round | Facebook   Self-Care:  Rebecca loves to read essays for fun.  The real-life personal stories and the turns of phrase fascinate her when she breaks from gathering stories from all around the world. Family Fun:  Rebecca and her husband are diving into the passions of their son this summer.  Dinosaurs, airplanes, ferries.  Make time to explore what lights your kids up with questions and joy.   Have an idea? Email me at Play4life.Christy@gmail.com  or find me on Instagram here.   Join our community and get texts! https://slkt.io/QFe3  

Clicks and Bricks Podcast
How Being An Entrepreneur Can Be Fun & Fulfilling: Building Your Own Sandbox -- EP #252

Clicks and Bricks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 45:12


Episode 252 In Today's Episode of Clicks and Bricks Podcast, Ken interviews Beth Azore. Ken and Beth discuss her Production Company and what Beth does. About Beth: A background in Theatre, Film Studies at New York University and an intimate working apprenticeship with author & filmmaker MICHAEL MOORE preceded Beth's first Co-Directing effort “Groove on a Stanley Knife,” which enjoyed a festival play in over 40 cities worldwide, receiving awards in Paris/ Balogna/San Francisco and airing on Channel Four UK to an audience of over 500,000. The establishment of her first production company in 1999 facilitated “Looking for Godot” (feature-length narrative/doc blend) and “Free” (multi-award-winning dramatic feature starring Bill McDonald). Happy and at home in Winnipeg, Beth is developing/writing television series and feature films in collaboration with pals Jeff Mckay and Kristjan Harris. Since landing back, she has also directed three, co-directed one, and produced/directed two half-hour docs in partnership with MTS TV. Madel Media Inc. is her boutique entertainment house - proudly investing in Manitoba talent since 2015. The future is looking bright with more locally based projects and co-productions in development. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers
Packers Total Access: Chalk Talk Breaking Down Film Study From Week 1

Packernet Podcast: Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 66:43


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