Filmmaking in France
We conclude our French Cinema theme this week with Brotherhood of the Wolf (Christophe Gans, 2001). Prendre plaisir. Hosted by Justin Morgan. Co-Hosted by Charles Phillips. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
Depuis nos archives ce focus sur Jean-Paul Belmondo avec Michel Richard, ancien directeur de l'Alliance Française de Melbourne. Il parle de Bébel à l'occasion de la Rétrospective de l'Alliance Française Classic Film Festival de 2017 et les 6 films à l'affiche: Pierrot le Fou, l'homme de Rio, Stavisky, Weekend à Dunkirk, Léon Morin, prêtre et Le Doulos.
We explore French Cinema this week with Mathieu Kassovitz's La Haine (1995). Prendre plaisir. Hosted by Justin Morgan. Co-Hosted by Charles Phillips. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
We explore French Cinema this week with Louis Malle's the Fire Within (1963). Prendre plaisir. Hosted by Charles Phillips. Co-Hosted by Justin Morgan. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace. Crickets by Chuck with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
We're exploring French Cinema over the next few weeks, starting with Henri-Georges Clouzot's the Wages of Fear (1953). Prendre plaisir. Hosted by Charles Phillips. Co-Hosted by Justin Morgan. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace. Crickets by Chuck with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
HIGH AND LOW: Join me and actor, writer, producer Thomas Goersh (the award winning short film Unhappy) as we talk The Big Blue and Wings. “I was just trying to get one more Heine for you” As Petula Clark sang in her hit song: My love is warmer than the warmest sunshine, softer than a sigh/My love is deeper than the deepest ocean, wider than the sky…Sounds like it's time for Episode 60 of Pop Art, the podcast where my guest chooses a movie from popular culture, and I'll select a film from the more art/classic/indie side of cinema with a connection to it. This time, I am happy to welcome as my guest, actor, screenwriter, TV host, festival and film director,Thomas Goersch, who has chosen as his film French director Luc Besson's game changing The Big Blue, while I have chosen the film that won the first Oscar for best picture, Wings, both films about friends becoming rivals and rivals becoming friends in the highly tense and dangerous worlds of free diving and World War I fighter pilots. And in this episode, we ask such questions as: Where is the nudity in Wings? What are the differences between the true story and the film of The Big Blue? What was unique about the aerial scenes in Wings? What is an “It” girl or guy? Why wasn't The Big Blue not shown in Italy for years? What is the Cinema du Look? What was the end of French Cinema as know it? Look for Thomas' short film Unhappy at a film festival near you. And check out his IMDB page at https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1591928/?ref_=tt_ov_dr Check out my blog at https://howardcasner.wordpress.com/ My books, More Rantings and Ravings of a Screenplay Reader, The Starving Artists and Other Stories and The Five Corporations and One True Religion can be found at https://www.amazon.com/s?k=howard+casner&ref=nb_sb_noss Meanwhile, like, follow or comment on my podcast. I'd love to know what you think. And check out the other episodes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howard-casner/support
It's Queen Sharon Stone, alright? We just had to. Thankfully neither me or Charles had seen this film before so we give our super fresh impressions. It's based on a French film from 1955 and we talk the. noir adaption throughout this version that is just so groovy. Some of the best fashion in film designed by L'Wren Scott was such a hidden gem to discover! Off topic rants include: komodo dragons, Titanic, and a conversation I overheard at the bookstore.--- Get BONUS episodes on Freaks and Geeks Season 1 and to support the show, join on PATREON! www.patreon.com/fashiongrungeGIVE US A 5 STAR RATING & SUBSCRIBE!Hosts: Lauren @lauren_melanie & Charles @charleshaslam Music by Den-Mate @imdenmateFollow Fashion Grunge Podcast on Instagram @fashiongrungepod and fashiongrunge.com
Hi, WoHos and TWoHos!!This week we were totally on the same page with our thoughts on the original Dutch film SPOORLOOS and the American remake, THE VANISHING.It boggles my mind how the same man directed both films.Our PSA for this week: Please do not watch the remake. We consider it to be the worst one we have reviewed. Worse, even, than PULSE or MARTYRS and that is saying something.But the original is so good. We recommend (PSA #2) you watch it before listening, but hey, WoHos, it's your life. You have free will!!To our French WoHos, obviously I apologize for my wretched pronunciation, per usual. Also, get in touch and let us know what the deal is with extramarital affairs in your culture.We hope you'll listen and enjoy. Pretty sure this is the best show we have ever made.Next week, for the Quinnisode, Quinn and I will be discussing "Double Life" movies. Quinn is threatening to do TWO Hitchcock films (can you guess which two?) and the original THE PARENT TRAP. I want to talk about THE BABYSITTER/BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN , THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT & US.In two weeks, we are back discussing horror as we discuss JU-ON; THE GRUDGE, THE GRUDGE (2004) & THE GRUDGE (2020).Get in touch over social media or email me: email@example.com. I'd love to hear from you.Until then,We love you and remember, sometimes it is better not to know. #buzzsproutpodcast #motherandsonpodcasters #thrillingworldofhorror #internationalcinema #dutchcinema #frenchcinema #timkrabbe #georgesluizer Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/xafupi)
Cette excellente série produite par Canal Plus, disponible sur SBS On Demand (Savages en anglais), raconte une histoire dans laquelle un musulman devient président de la République, interprété par Roschdy Zem.On retrouve également au casting Marina Foïs, Sofiane Zermani, Lyna Khoudri et Dali Ben Salah.
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we're featuring a special conversation on Summer of 85 from Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2021 as it begins its theatrical release in our theaters Join director François Ozon, stars Benjamin Voisin and Félix Lefebvre, and FLC's programming assistant Maddie Whittle in a discussion about the making of the coming of age romance. After meeting in Normandy in 1985, Alexis and David become fast friends, and Alexis starts working for David's affectionate but scattered mother. Alexis's attraction to David soon blossoms into passion, but turns, by the end of the summer, into a deeper meditation on mortality and the unknown. Awash in sun-kissed pastels and period-appropriate tracks from The Cure, Summer of 85 is a cursed romance in the key of Rimbaud and Verlaine that pulls apart the comforts of nostalgia in the heat of the present. Summer of 85 opens in our theaters this Friday, June 18. Get tickets: https://www.filmlinc.org/85
After few weeks of rest, we come back with a vengeance and rip off someone's face. Well, we don't actually rip off faces. WE sit down and discuss this classic French cinema, Eyes without a Face (Les Yeux sans visage). We talk about the damage Dr. Genessier does to who daughter, Christiane. Whose face is disfigured in an auto accident. Christiane's decent to madness and despair. We discuss the strange connect to John Carpenter's Halloween. Audio clips from Eyes Without a Face (1960) are owned and copyrighted by their respectful owners. Music and sounds from Music-Note World Graphics made and provided by Cecilia L. Leal
There was a time when anything with subtitles was considered far too intellectual and posh for mainstream consumption - but thanks in part to the meteoric rise in the fantastic Scandi-Noir genre, we now think nothing of settling down and applying a bit more concentration.This is rewarded with some incredible viewing. Imagine a world without 'The Platform', 'Money Heist', 'Lupin' and now... 'Oxygen'.Alexandre Aja is known for bringing us some of the most watchable horror of the past few decades, but thanks to lockdown, has had the opportunity to deliver this socially-distant claustrophobic Sci-Fi thriller starring Melanie Laurent.As well as ‘Oxygen’ the girls also recommended these titles, available to watch now:Sugar RushMoney HeistEach week join hosts and IRL friends Tolani Shoneye (of The Receipts podcast fame) and Gena-mour Barrett (who works for Netflix) as they discuss what they're watching, and what they think * you * should be watching. Please say hello on socials using #1010Produced by Jamie East and Netflix UK
A review for Oxygen. Directed by Alexandre Aja. Written by Christie LeBlanc. Starring Melanie Laurent, Malik Zidi, Mathieu Amalric,Marc Saez, and more. Cinematograpy by Maxime Alexandre. Editied by Stephane Roche. Music by Rob (Robin Coudert).
Exploring how Portrait of Lady on Fire by Céline Sciamma uses representations of love through art and memory to depict how inevitable heartbreak manifests itself within Marianne and Héloïse.Links:Support Mind Theater on ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram and TwitterMusic by Blue Dot Sessions- Vela Vela- Arlan Vale- Frank and Poety- MatamoscasMusic:Vivladi- The Four Seasons - Summer - Presto
Starting off in 1984, with the Delhi theatre group Chingari, apart from his abiding interest in acting, in films, TV and theatre, Rahul Vohra is an acclaimed actor who has a deep understanding of Indian folk and classical arts and of World aesthetics, theatre and cinema. First as founding Co-ordinator of Sarthi, a voluntary group set up to address basic rights of traditional artists and artisans, and since 1999 with his own independent company APOSTROPHE 99.After graduating in Economics from the University of Delhi, Rahul Vohra completed a Masters in French Cinema and Translation from the Jawaharlal Nehru University and then specialized in International Cultural Management with a state doctorate at FIC/UNESCO, Paris and the University of Burgundy, Dijon, France. Apart from acting in movies like Swades, Monsoon Wedding and many more, Rahul was Lead Actor and India Producer for Claude Lelouch’s latest film in India, One Plus One.Artistic Advisor on the Board of N N Sippy Films, on the Board of Governors of the FDCI (Fashion Design Council of India) and on the Governing Body of the Goa Kala Academy College of Theatre Arts, Rahul was conferred the top civilian honour, Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) by the Government of France in 2014, for significant contribution to theatre and cinema. Apple Podcasts: https://buff.ly/2Vf8vv8⠀Spotify: https://buff.ly/2Vf8uHA⠀Google Podcasts:https://buff.ly/2Vds6LX⠀....-Original music credit: Rish Sharma.His music is available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and other streaming platforms. -Audio post production at HNM Studios New Delhi India.-October2019 voicesandmore Pte Ltd All rights reserved See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Frontier(s) - "I'm nobody's servant."Not for the faint of heart - this film is intense! From the opening chase scene in the middle of a French riot the pace and action only escalate from there... FRONTIER(S) (2007) from Writer, Director Xavier Gens confronts real life horror and atrocities of eugenics and racism. If you like your final girls broken and covered in blood - this film is for you! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/HorrorMovieSurvivalGuide)
Jean-Pascal Zadi, réalisateur et personnage principal du film "Tout simplement noir", vient de recevoir le César de la révélation masculine. Son film vient d'entrer dans le catalogue Netflix. On en parle avec Laurent Auclair.
On fait le point sur le festival du film français à Adélaide ( 23 mars au 20 avril ) avec Raphaëlle Delaunay, directrice de l’Alliance française d’Adélaide. https://www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/highlights/adelaide
Take out your enormous contact lenses because we're discussing Henri-Georges Clouzot's seminal 1955 chiller Diabolique! Joining us for the conversation are Jazz & Kat of the Girl, That's Scary! podcast!Join us as we laud this horror film/revenge drama/ghost story/queer-ish love story and praise one of its co-leads (the wonderful Simone Signoret), while we question the acting abilities of "Heart Attack Girl," aka Mrs. Véra Clouzot (in a role given to her by her husband: the film's writer/director).Throughout the episode, we'll compare Christina to Julie James, plan a movie night with Diabolique, Bound, Wild Things and Thelma & Louise and (of course) talk about that incredible twist ending.Plus: neematoads, child-slapping, gaslighting, ghost suits and a 1996 remake with Sharon Stone (spoiler alert: it's pretty good!)!References:Asibong, Andrew. “Nouveau Désordre : Diabolical Queerness in 1950s French Cinema” in Queer 1950s : Rethinking Sexuality in the Postwar Years : Rethinking Sexuality in the Postwar Years (2012)Hayward, Susan. Les Diaboliques (2005)Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> Girl, That's Scary!: @GirlThatsScarySupport the boys on Patreon and shop our online store for your very own Horror Queers merchandise! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On est avec Laurent Heynemann, le réalisateur de An Irrepressible Woman – Je ne rêve que de vous qui relate l’histoire d’amour de Léon Blum et Jeanne Reichenbach pendant l’Occupation nazie. Ce film passe dans le cadre du festival international du cinéma juif 2021. https://www.jiff.com.au/films/an-irrepressible-woman#
Notre invitée dans les studios de Radio SBS est Johanna Durand qui dirige l'Alliance Française de Melbourne. Elle nous présente l'édition 2021 de l'Alliance Française French Film Festival pour Melbourne qui aura lieu du 3 au 31 mars. https://www.affrenchfilmfestival.org
Josh is joined once again by film critic Britt Coundiff to discuss “The Masters,” films by some of cinema’s greatest directors available on the Criterion Channel. Plus, Aaron West of the Criterion Now podcast stops by to talk about ’30s and ’40s French Cinema.
Josh is joined once again by film critic Britt Coundiff to discuss “The Masters,” films by some of cinema’s greatest directors available on the Criterion Channel. Plus, Aaron West of the Criterion Now podcast stops by to talk about ’30s and ’40s French Cinema. Episode Links The Criterion Channel The Criterion Channel Club Facebook Group … Continue reading "Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 37: The Masters, Part 2" The post Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 37: The Masters, Part 2 appeared first on Cinema Cocktail.
This week I spoke with the very creative filmmaker & ceramicist Madelynn De La Rosa. Madelynn brings intentionality and beauty to all she makes. She is passionate about French cinema, sustainable fashion, and her dog Violet, and we spoke about all three in this conversation. We cover her upbringing of moving all over and changing schools, starting her YouTube channel, moving to LA, what she’s learned from breakups, being a freelancer, and the uncertainty that comes with freelancing. We also cover style and creating a space that feels authentic, film (she gives a bunch of recommendations), what she wants to do next creatively, and her creative process. She’s incredibly talented, sweet, and easy to talk to. Show notes:- Connect with Madelynn on The Web | Instagram | YouTube- Creative Underdogs- Fire Walk With Me (Movie)- Twin Peaks (Show)- Fishtank (Movie)- American Honey (Movie)- Andrea Arnold (Director)- Letterboxd- The Criterion Channel- Tampopo (Movie)- Donkey Skin (Movie)- Hermit (Maddie's video)- Trailer video for Maddie's YouTube channel- King Kong Theory (Book) by Virginie Despentes- Theibaud (Artist)- Radical Acceptance (Book) by Tara Brach- Blue (Song) by Eiffel 65- Agnès Varda (Director)- The Heroine's Journey (Book) by Maureen Murdock If you liked this episode try out:Arden Rose on being a YouTuber, Evolving, Self Confidence, Feminism, beauty, Relationships, and more new to *let it out* --> start with these linkskatie's site: https://katiedalebout.com/our start here guide: https://letitouttt.com/general/start-here/CREATIVE UNDERDOGS++ LET IT OUT letter katie's bookLET IT OUT kits Sponsors:Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order with NO MINIMUM purchase. Just go to publicgoods.com/KATIE or use code KATIE at checkout.Join me for a weekly bonus show on Stereo where you can come talk with me live and ask questions! Go to stereo.com/katiedalebout and follow me to get notified when I go live!
Full notes will be published on the Acting Funny website at actingfunnypodcast.comYouTube link for this episode's featured film: Une nuit terribleYouTube link for Erik Tait's appearance on Fool Us.YouTube link for the Audiovisual Lexicon of Media Analysis, co-edited by Matthew Solomon.Matthew Solomon University of Michigan faculty website.Books available from Matthew Solomon.Erik Tait website: ErikTait.comErik Tait social media: Instagram - TwitterPenguin Magic Podcast (hosted by Erik Tait)This episode's sponsor is Offbeat Agent.
Full notes will be published on the Acting Funny website at actingfunnypodcast.comYouTube link for this episode's featured film: L'Arroseur Arrosé Martin Barnier Wikipedia Page: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_BarnierVideo Death Loop podcast: www.videodeathloop.comDoc Isaac music: https://superdocisaac.bandcamp.com/Friendlytown: https://www.instagram.com/friendlytownknox/John Hurst Twitter: https://twitter.com/johannhatThe Same Picture of Dave Coulier Every Day: https://samepicofdavecoulier.tumblr.com/Einstein Simplified: http://www.einsteinsimplified.comAaron Littleton Twitter: www.twitter.com/fatrikerAaron Littleton's ebook, Fat Riker: https://www.amazon.com/Fat-Riker-Aaron-Littleton-ebook/dp/B00T6N5P5C
Rediffusion de nos archives d'une conversation avec David Oelhoffen qui nous parle de son film Far from men ( d'après la nouvelle l'Hôte d'Albert Camus ). C'est avec Viggo Mortensen et Réda Kateb. Musique: Nick Cave et Warren Ellis. Ce film est sur SBS World Movies ce soir 19h35 et sur SBS on Demand.
Chris and Lisa put on their scholar caps and chat with Dr. Susan Stryker - who you might recognize from Netflix’s recent documentary, Disclosure - and who shares her thoughts about Celine Sciamma’s 2011 film, “Tomboy”. Find a cozy spot and listen in as Susan shares her thoughts on the film’s refreshing and necessary telling of gender identity and SO MUCH MORE!Tell us!: Did you like the film? Did you go through a “tomboy” phase? Was it just a phase? IG: @afterqueerfulconsiderationemail: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out Susan’s Project, Christine in the Cutting Room: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erNy3Mh41gQ
Dominic & Branden explore a different type of book for this week's episode, a cookbook! "Just a French Guy Cooking: Easy recipes and kitchen hacks for rookies" Book by Alexis Gabriel Aïnouz; The guys talk about their adoration of food, Branden's strange interest in France, and Dominic lets you know his favorite eating positions.
The boys check out Kelly Reichardt's FIRST COW, then put on their berets and sad 1960's French faces for AU HASARD BALTHAZAR for Does It Hold Up. All that, plus an all-animal Speed Round and a hastily thought out Cure For COVID. We gettin' sophisticated in this piece!
Le premier long-métrage de la réalisatrice française Maïmouna Doucouré est sorti la semaine dernière sur Netflix (sous le titre Cuties en anglais) et presque aussitôt suscité une vague d'indignation. Pourquoi ? On en parle avec notre spécialiste cinéma Laurent Auclair
Dallas and Lee dive into the controversey surrounding the latest Netflix movie 'Cuties' which has been the subject of a 'Cancel Netflix' campaign from American politicians, conservative provocateurs and QAnon supporters. Directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, 'Cuties' is a French movie that critiques society’s sexualisation of girls. The movie follows an 11-year-old Senegalese girl living in Paris who dreams of joining a local dance clique. She decides to protest her parents’ strict household and join the other girls in dancing their way through competitions, trying to make a name for themselves.
Dallas and Lee dive into the controversey surrounding the latest Netflix movie 'Cuties' which has been the subject of a 'Cancel Netflix' campaign from American politicians, conservative provocateurs and QAnon supporters. Directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, 'Cuties' is a French movie that critiques society's sexualisation of girls. The movie follows an 11-year-old Senegalese girl living in Paris who dreams of joining a local dance clique. She decides to protest her parents' strict household and join the other girls in dancing their way through competitions, trying to make a name for themselves.
Part 1: Zach, Michael and Miranda discuss movies they saw this week, including: Project Power, Rafiki, It's a Wonderful Life and Jerry Maguire.Part 2 (32:25): The group begins their series on the films of Agnès Varda with 1955's La Pointe Courte.See movies discussed in this episode here.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxdSpotifyStitcher RadioRadio Public
Chris and Lisa dial up the Lesbian Phone Tree (R) this week and pull in Alex and Maddie from Get Lezzy With It to talk about a very very very special piece of media: Portrait of a Lady on Fire. If you haven't seen it, run, don't walk, and go watch it now! The ladies gush about this film, celebrate its storytelling style and swim deep in the female gaze. Also... forgive us for not knowing the difference between 17th and 18th century... math is hard.IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8613070/Find Get Lezzy With it on IG: @getlezzywithitDon't forget to share your thoughts on the movie and episode with us on:IG: @afterqueerfulconsiderationEmail: email@example.com
Hateful return guest 'Ed Buck' drops in to share his negative opinions on film criticism. We talk about the (often false) dichotomy between blockbusters and festival films. Ed is not hopeless, though, that people could still make some good movies, while Don starts wondering about why to write at all. Mentioned: Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, 12 Years a Slave, Get Out, White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, Blow-Up, Vitalina Varela, "A Certain Tendency in French Cinema" by François Truffaut, The Last Jedi, Avatar, Pere Ubu by Alfred Jarry. Recommendations: Taste of Cherry (Kiarostami), Pope Francis: A Man of His Word (Wenders), Le Gai Savoir (Godard).