French film director and screenwriter
In this episode, we dive into the small, but evocative, filmography of French visionary director Julia Ducournau. First we discuss her most recent Palm D'or winning film Titane. We then go back and discuss her feature film debut Raw. And we drink some beer. Connect with us on social media! http://www.twitter.com/beermovieshow http://www.instagram.com/beerandamovie http://www.facebook.com/beerandamovietx http://www.beerandamoviepodcast.com http://www.patreon.com/beerandamoviepodcast
We're back! After taking a much needed break for the holidays we kick off 2022 with an absolute banger. Titane has been making waves everywhere since it's debut at Cannes and has finally made it's way over to the UK. Julia Ducournau's follow up to Raw looks to be just as unsettling and visceral as it's predecessor and we can't wait to talk all about it. After that we then preview all the horror films coming out this year including franchise favourites returning such as Hellrasier and Evil Dead; but more importantly some of our favourite directors such as Jordan Peele, Rob Zombie and Robert Eggers. And lastly we touch upon the fantastic return we had to The Matrix over the holidays. Titane is available on digital services & selected cinemas worldwide nowFollow us on Twitter @SHBPodEmail us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.comLeave us a voicemail on Skype; just search ‘Super Horror Bros'**Please take the time to review & rate us on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
The Costa Book Awards are in their 50th year. Tonight on Front Row, Chair of Judges Reeta Chakrabarti will join Samira Ahmed to announce each of this year's category winners for First Novel, Novel, Biography, Poetry and Children's. We'll also be hearing from the winner of the First Novel Award. French director Julia Ducournau discusses her film Titane, which won the Palme d'Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival- the first film directed by a woman to win the prize in 28 years. At a time when access to performance for disabled artists and audiences looks increasingly imperilled due to the Omicron COVID variant, we talk to the government's Disability and Access Ambassador for Arts and Culture, David Stanley. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Sarah Johnson Photo: Agathe Rousselle as Alexia in Titane Photographer credit: Carole Bethuel
In this episode host Nichole Goble chats about Julia Ducournau's 2016 film, Raw, and the importance of knowledge and agency around our health care choices. Want to reach out and say hello? Of course you do! Bodies of Horror is now on Twitter at @BodiesOf Horror! And, of course, you can always shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com. Intro and outro music is “The Wind Frazzled Your Long Brown Hair” by Flashback81. Follow them at Twitter now, too: @81flashback If you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe! Discover more fabulously spooky Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad shows at anatomyofascream.com and follow the network on Twitter and Instagram @aoas_xx
A pandemia da Covid-19 marcou o ano que passou, mas a Europa também enfrentou muitos outros desafios. O ano de 2021 selou o fim de um conturbado casamento. Quando o Big Ben soou as 12 badaladas, no dia 31 de dezembro 2020, após cinco anos do referendo do Brexit e de longas negociações, o divórcio entre o Reino Unido e a União Europeia finalmente saiu do papel. Ana Carolina Peliz Mas depois da separação, começaram as brigas, afinal 48 anos de união não acabam facilmente. O Brexit trouxe à tona velhas rivalidades, até então controladas para manter as aparências. Os motivos de discórdia entre o Reino Unido e seus velhos parceiros, foram muitos, principalmente com a França: licenças de pesca, imigração… Este último foi, provavelmente, um dos capítulos mais sombrios de 2021. Imigração Vítimas de conflitos em seus países, milhares de pessoas arriscaram novamente suas vidas este ano para conseguir chegar à Europa, onde foram usados como arma de barganha em crises diplomáticas. Em maio, a Espanha interpretou como gesto político a entrada de 8.000 migrantes em Ceuta, vindos do Marrocos, agravando as tensões entre Madri e Rabat. En novembro, a União Europeia acusou o presidente bielorrusso Alexandre Lukachenko de usar seres humanos, na Fronteira com a Polônia, para se vingar das sanções ocidentais adotadas para denunciar a política de repressão de Belarus contra a oposição, após as eleições presidenciais de 2020. Enquanto isso, milhares de homens, mulheres e crianças, vindos da Síria, do Afeganistão e do Iêmen ainda esperam, em um limbo entre as fronteiras, nas bordas da Europa, no frio glacial, pelo direito a uma vida melhor. Ainda em novembro, 27 pessoas morreram afogadas tentando chegar à Inglaterra em um bote inflável, em uma das maiores tragédias da história do Canal da Mancha. Enquanto França e Reino Unido se acusam mutuamente e procuram responsáveis, centenas de migrantes continuam tentando diariamente atravessar as águas geladas que separam os dois países. Rixas adormecidas 2021 também foi o ano em que rixas adormecidas voltaram a se manifestar entre a Europa e velhos aliados. Uma compra de submarinos da Austrália quase fez naufragar a amizade entre Estados Unidos e França criando uma crise diplomática sem precedentes. A Rússia também voltou a assombrar o ocidente. Começou o ano mandando o opositor de Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny, para uma prisão na Sibéria, em fevereiro, causando novas tensões com os países europeus, e fecha 2021 sob acusações de planejar invadir a Ucrânia. No meio tempo, Putin apoiou o governo autoritário de Alexander Lukachenko, de Belarus, sufocou vozes discordantes e perseguiu jornalistas como nos bons e velhos tempos da antiga União Soviética. Liberdade de imprensa Mas as vozes dos que lutam pela liberdade também foram ouvidas. O Prêmio Nobel da Paz de 2021 foi atribuído a dois jornalistas, Maria Ressa, das Filipinas e Dmitry Muratov, da Rússia, consagrando o combate dos dois profissionais pela liberdade de expressão. Ano delas 2021 também foi o ano das mulheres. Na política francesa, os três principais partidos escolheram mulheres como candidatas às presidenciais de 2022: Anne Hidalgo, no Partido Socialista, Marine Le Pen do Reagrupamento nacional, e finalmente, o mais importante partido de direita francês, Os Republicanos, terá uma mulher, Valérie Pécresse, para representá-lo pela primeira vez na história. Também pela primeira vez na história da Suécia, uma mulher, Magdalena Anderson, foi escolhida para dirigir o governo. Na cultura, em uma edição especial do festival de Cannes, realizado em julho, após a anulação do evento em 2020, um júri majoritariamente feminino, premiou a diretora francesa Julia Ducournau com a palma de Ouro pelo filme Titane. Ela foi a segunda mulher a receber o prêmio nos 74 anos do festival. Também foi em 2021 que, pela primeira vez, uma mulher negra entrou no Panteão: a franco americana Josephine Baker. Símbolo da resistência francesa na Segunda Guerra Mundial, a artista e militante antirracista marcou época e espíritos, a ponto de ser acolhida no monumento onde repousam os restos mortais de personalidades que marcaram a história da França. Adeus à Merkel Mas 2021 também foi o ano de dizer adeus à Angela Merkel. A chanceler se despediu do poder após 18 anos no comando da Alemanha e com uma popularidade intacta. Os alemães foram às urnas, em setembro, e decidiram por um parlamento mais feminino, mais jovem e mais diverso. Para liderar uma coalizão entre ecologistas e sociais democratas, o novo chanceler alemão Olaf Scholz tem o desafio de fazer as transições tecnológica e ecológica da Alemanha. Catástrofes surrealistas Em 2021, a crise climática mostrou suas consequências. Enquanto Turquia e Grécia enfrentavam temperaturas altíssimas, em julho, Alemanha e Bélgica sofriam com chuvas e inundações. No oeste da Alemanha, os rios transbordaram e levaram com eles árvores, casas, estradas, e 165 vidas. Centenas de pessoas ficaram feridas e desabrigadas na maior economia da Europa. "Surrealista"! Foi como Angela Merkel descreveu a devastação. O clima estava mandando uma mensagem clara aos líderes do mundo. Caso a linguagem da natureza não fosse compreendida, a ciência também alertou. Os especialistas do Painel sobre mudanças climáticas da ONU, o IPCC, revelaram, em agosto, um cenário catastrófico de mais tragédias, caso o aquecimento do planeta ultrapassasse 1,5 grau Celsius. Mais uma vez, eles denunciaram a inação dos governos diante da crise climática. Encontro perdido Para resolver essa questão, o mundo tinha um encontro marcado em 2021. Atrasada por um ano, devido à pandemia, a Conferência do Clima da ONU, reuniu 120 chefes de estado e de governo para definir os caminhos para enfrentar a crise climática, seis anos depois de terem assinado o Acordo de Paris, na Cop 21. A reunião deveria permitir a obtenção de um compromisso mais ambicioso para reduzir as emissões de gases do efeito estufa e destinar bilhões de dólares para financiar o clima, além de finalizar as regras para a implantação do Acordo de Paris. As expectativas eram imensas. Pela primeira vez na história das COPs, jovens do mundo inteiro foram convidados para sentar à mesa de discussões. A tão esperada "conferência da última chance" deixou mais dúvidas sobre o futuro do que respostas. Como previa Greta Thunberg, foi muito blá, blá, blá, mas o Pacto de Glasgow, documento produzido ao fim da conferência deixou muito a desejar e foi vago sobre as medidas que seriam tomadas para atingir a tal neutralidade carbono. Adeus a Belmondo 2021 também foi o ano em que o mundo deu adeus ao símbolo de toda uma geração do cinema francês. Jean Paul Belmondo nos deixou e foi homenageado na França com honras de chefe de Estado. Também foi o ano de voltar ao passado para tentar curar as feridas. Após seis anos dos ataques terroristas de Paris, que deixaram 130 mortos e mais de 400 feridos, foi aberto, em setembro, o processo dos atentados do 13 de Novembro. Dos dez suspeitos de comandar os ataques do Estádio da França, dos restaurantes e do Bataclan, apenas um jihadista está presente no banco dos acusados. Os outros morreram durante os ataques. Familiares das vitimas e sobreviventes tentam lidar com um luto até agora quase impossível. Entre a resolução dos conflitos internos e externos, a Europa tem muitos questões a serem resolvidas no ano que vem. Mas quando o relógio marcar a meia noite de 31 de dezembro de 2021, com uma parte dos europeus ainda vivendo com restrições sanitárias dois anos após o início da pandemia de Covid-19, restaurar os ânimos dos países será, sem dúvida, o maior desafio europeu para 2022. Para ouvir a restrospectiva, clique no link acima
Let's be completely honest with each other here. 2021 kind of sucked. It's time to say goodbye to another COVID riddled year and hope 2022 is better. We'll always have movies, though!For the last GBW of '21 we've got quite a batch of films for you (over 20, in fact!) including possibly the only foosball movie in existence, a look at P.T. Anderson's return to the 70's LICORICE PIZZA, we praise Andy Sidaris and his L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies, Eric Stoltz goes on the run after murdering his father, Julia Ducournau earns her 'visionary' title with TITANE, Aubrey Plaza gets super weird out in cottage country, New York graffiti artists get their due, Tom Selleck proves to be a worthy western hero, Chuck Norris takes on a serial killer and so much more!Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review the show wherever you listen to podcasts; join in the discussion on our Facebook group, and if you like what you hear - tell a friend and spread the word - every little bit helps!Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
Edith's latest guest on Soundtracking is without doubt one of the most exciting fresh talents at work in the industry today. Julia Ducournau burst into the popular consciousness with Raw, and follows it up with the equally scintillating Titane, which won the Palme d'Or We don't want to tell you too much about it, as it defies a fleeting summary. Suffice to say it absolutely blew us away, and we highly advise you to go and see it at your local cinema if you feel safe doing so. The film is scored by Jim Williams, who's worked extensively with our old friend Ben Wheatley, and you'll hear plenty of his music throughout the conversation.
A bonus exclusive interview with Julia Ducournau, writer/director of Raw, about her new film Titane, out in UK cinemas now. We talk about female violence, about choreographing a massacre, dance horror, and about the mythological and Biblical influences in Titane. Beware, this interview is SPOILERIFIC. Produced and presented by Anna Bogutskaya***Music: "Slasher" by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio***The Final Girls are a UK-based film collective exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism, founded by Anna Bogutskaya and Olivia Howe.→ Find out more about our projects here: thefinalgirls.co.uk→ Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.→ Support us on Patreon.→ Subscribe to our weekly newsletter for curated horror treats and original writing on horror.
Felicity Beckett talks to writer-director Julia Ducournau about her Palme D'Or winning movie, Titane. In cinemas now. A series of brutal, unexplained murders sweep a region of France. A car show dancer with a titanium plate fitted into her head nurtures a dark fixation. A young man with a bruised face is discovered in an airport, claiming to be a child who disappeared ten years ago. Forged in blood, sweat and oil, how all three things intersect is the story of Titane, the Palme D'Or-winning from Raw director Julia Ducournau. Listen to our review of Titane on the December edition of The Love Of Cinema. Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Spotify. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @picturehouses. Find our latest cinema listings at picturehouses.com. Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. Vive La Cinema.
Merry Christmas, listeners! Here, on this most festive of days, is the second part of our bumper-sized Christmas podcast that totally isn't a regular podcast, no sir. In this edition, you'll have Sophie Butcher (making her pod interview debut!) talking to the brilliant French director Julia Docournau about Titane, and Chris Hewitt having a natter with Adam McKay about his new movie, Don't Look Up. You'll also have an extended reviews section, in which Chris, Helen O'Hara, Ben Travis, and James Dyer get to grips with both of those movies as well as The King's Man and The Matrix Resurrections. In case you're trying to avoid even the most vague description of the plot of The Matrix Resurrections, that largely spoiler-free review begins at 24:56.745 and ends at 41:04.510. It's a long 'un. And with that, that's the last of our regular pods for 2021. We'll be back on Jan 7, folks. In the meantime, we'd like to wish you all a happy holiday season, and a wonderful 2022. Thanks for all your support this year, you bangily-bangers!
For the final episode of the year on Truth & Movies, Michael Leader is joined by David Jenkins, Hannah Strong and Sophie Monks Kaufman to talk Titane, Julia Ducournau's explosive Palme D'Or-winning followup to 2016's Raw. Plus, Sophie talks to "France's answer to Tom Cruise", actor Vincent Lindon, about transforming himself for his role in Titane. Then it's time to discuss some of the highlights of Little White Lies' favourite films of 2021.See The 30 Best Films of 2021 here: https://lwlies.com/articles/the-30-best-films-of-2021/Truth & Movies is the podcast from the film experts at Little White Lies, where along with selected colleagues and friends, they discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter and Instagram: @LWLiesProduced by Little Dot Studios See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Full-throttle.Titane is a 2021 horror film written and directed by Julia Ducournau. The French-Belgian co-production stars Agathe Rousselle in her feature film debut as Alexia, a woman who, after being injured in a car accident as a child, has a titanium plate fitted into her head. Vincent Lindon, Garance Marillier and Laïs Salameh also star.Following a series of unexplained crimes, a father is reunited with the son who has been missing for 10 years.00:00 Intro04:21 Horror News 18:24 What We've Been Watching35:00 Film Review1:34:29 Name Game1:37:09 Film Rating1:39:58 OutroPodcast - https://podlink.to/horrorhangoutPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/horrorhangoutFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/hawkandcleaverTwitter - https://twitter.com/hawkandcleaverWebsite - http://www.hawkandcleaver.comLuke - https://twitter.com/lukeofkondorBen - https://twitter.com/ben_erringtonAndy - https://twitter.com/AndyCTWritesSHOW LESSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thehorrorhangout. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ok, so, there was a bit of a mistake, this was meant to be us watching Julia Ducournau's Raw in the build-up to us covering Titane next year, but it seems we got the wrong disk in so here's us watching a movie about living with lions and tigers and hairy men, oh my! Andrew discusses seeing this film in a packed cinema, and Johnny rates animals based on how he'd most be comfortable living with them.
Hi! On this episode the guys talk about Letterboxd ratings, and try to guess Irvin's rating of The Eternals. Then chat about sport movies and what defines a sports movie. Finally they discuss about the awards winning French body horror film form Julia Ducournau; Titane.Email: email@example.comInstagram: FilmpocalypsepodFacebook: FilmpocalypseshowTwitter: Filmpocalypse1Letterboxd: Filmpocalypse
Happy Honda Days, listeners! On today's installment of It's Not That Scary™️, your esteemed hosts are discussing two films about...female sexuality? Maybe! Or maybe not. You'll have to listen and find out what we think about underrated asshole Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963) and Julia Ducournau's debut Raw (2016).
En este episodio analizamos "Titane", de Julia Ducournau, y "Benedetta", de Paul Verhoeven. Ambas vienen de estrenarse en el Festival de Cannes y dialogan sobre la mujer, sus cuerpos, la sexualidad y el poder. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
French director Julia Ducournau, who burst onto the world filmmaking scene in 2016 with “Raw,” discusses her latest film, “Titane.” She discusses her journey to creating the new project and her struggle to connect with the main character. But first, the Awards Circuit roundtable discusses “West Side Story,” “Don't Look Up” and the upcoming Critics Choice and Golden Globe nominations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Korea24 – 2021.12.10. (Friday) News Briefing: South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said nations need to develop a capacity to purge fake news in order to safeguard democracy. He made such comments at the Summit for Democracy hosted by US President Joe Biden. The virtual international conference is taking place as Seoul is trying to manage a diplomatic balancing act amid the growing US-China rivalry. (KOO Heejin) In-Depth News Analysis (Weekly Economy Review): This week we take a look at some new data that painted a grim picture of South Korea’s declining population, a slowdown in South Korea’s bank loans to households in November, and reports that the US Federal Reserve is considering speeding up the bond tapering timetable. Economics Professor Yang Jun-suk from the Catholic University of Korea joins us once again to dig deeper into these issues. Korea Trending with Walter Lee: 1. KDCA chief Jeong Eun-kyeong has stressed the importance of COVID-19 vaccines in response to two petitions on the presidential office’s website. (‘방역패스 반대’ 여론에 靑 조기 답변 “청소년 안전성 인정받아”) 2. The Supreme Court has upheld the 13-year prison sentence for the disgraced former national speed skating coach Cho Jae-beom. ('쇼트트랙 국가대표 성폭행' 조재범 전 코치 징역13년 확정) 3. A special performance video of ‘Super Tuna’, a trot song by BTS member Jin, has taken the internet by storm. (방탄소년단 진 '슈퍼참치' 빌보드 핫 트렌딩 송) Movie Spotlight: This week our critics Jason Bechervaise and Darcy Paquet review two international features. First up is the latest from writer-director Adam McKay in a star-filled satire called ‘Don’t Look Up’ (돈룩업). The second is the Palme D’Or winner at the 2021 Cannes Films Festival, titled ‘Titane’ (티탄), a horror-thriller written and directed by French filmmaker Julia Ducournau in only her second feature. Next Week From Seoul with Mark Wilson-Choi: - President Moon Jae-in will make a state visit to Australia, leaving on Sunday. - The President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, will pay a three-day state visit to South Korea starting from Thursday. - COVID-19 inoculation programs will begin at schools from next week, as part of efforts to pick up the pace of vaccinations among teenagers.
Rebecca and Jason return from an unplanned three-month hiatus to delve into Chloe Zhao's ETERNALS, Denis Villeneuve's DUNE, Rebecca Hall's PASSING, Jeymes Samuel's THE HARDER THEY FALL, and Julia Ducournau's TITANE.
Hosted by Picturehouse's very own Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast goes deep on the best new releases, with a little help from some of our favourite film critics, plenty of special guests, and you, the audience! This month we're joined by guest film critics Anna Bogutskaya and Christina Newland to discuss Steven Spielberg's West Side Story, Hope starring Stellan Skarsgård, Noomi Rapace's new film Lamb and Julia Ducournau's Palme d'Or winning Titane. We're also joined by Hope writer and director Maria Sødahl to discuss her new film. If you'd like to send us a voice memo for use in a future episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Spotify. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @picturehouses. Find our latest cinema listings at picturehouses.com. Produced by Stripped Media. Edited by Maddy Searle. Listen to more from Sam Clements over at the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Festival Podcast. Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. Vive La Cinema.
The gang french kisses a firetruck this week, as they review the new release from provocative French director, Julie Ducournau, Titane (2021). The less you know about the movie going in the better, so take the plunge and watch this over the top, dark, story that gives no regard for the well-being of the audience... then listen to our take on Titane, and send us an email or leave a voicemail. Contact info below... http://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Joseph Navarro Pete Abeyta and Tyler Noe
What goes bump in the night giving Kyle a fright? This week it's Raw (2016) written and directed by Julia Ducournau. This gross-out horror has a young girl discover a taste for human flesh after heading off to college. What do each of us want to major in as veterinarians? What part of the body is the best to eat? Do you have to be a psycho as a cannibal? Slather some BBQ sauce on those ribs as the Boo Boys break it all down.
A group of podcast cohosts must protect each other from the parasite that infected their friend, and made him make a dumb, stupid announcement. On Episode 488 of Trick or Treat Radio we kick off December Double Feature Cram Jam as we cover the films Black Friday from director Casey Tebo, and The Banishing from director Christopher Smith! There is also an announcement that concerns the future of the Podcast you'll want to hear. So grab your favorite alien/zombie hybrid killing weapon, make sure to look for any hidden cultists in your closet, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Jordan Peele, Nope, Ralph Dibny, snow in December, Matrix Resurrections, Heels, Stephen Amell, Yellowstone, Christopher Reeves, Letters to Cleo, Superman paralyzed, Christopher Not-Walken, Young Guns, Ravenshadow on a Horse, Blaze of Glory, Tango and Cash 2, Heisman Pose, Luke Skywalker's motivation for leaving Tatooine, Tatooinian, Temuera Morrison, The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian, Nightmare Alley, Guillermo del Toro, What We Do in the Shadows, Naked Lunch, Peter Weller, William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Dark City, Starman, Vampire lore, Nosferatu, The Breakfast Club of Vampires, cunning linguist, Hercules Hernandez, He-Man, Nature vs Nurture, Pepe Le Pews, Jiangshi, Vampires, Bombarella, Black Friday, Bruce Campbell, Idle Hands, Casey Tebo, Pan's Labyrinth, Ivana Baquero, Michael Jai White, The Evil Dead, Black Dynamite, Get Your Boba On, Robert Kurtzman, The Thing, Toxic Avenger, Spawn, Blade, Dave Foley, Kids in the Hall, Sean Harris, The Banishing, Christopher Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, occultist that like to dance, Dick Tracy, narcolepsy, latitudes and gratitudes, The Borley Rectory, Titane, Julia Ducournau, Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright, Giallo Films, The Psychic, jumping in leaf piles, Bill By Force, Botanist, Hammer Dulcimer, Lost in Vegas, Slayer, the big announcement that will change the face of Trick or Treat Radio moving forward, and The Good Time Occultist.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
We loved Julia Ducournau's Raw. On this episode, find out what we think about her follow-up, the Palme d'Or winning Titane. This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, and Editor-at-Large Mary Angela Rowe. It is a sequel to Episode 112: The modern female monsters of Raw and Thelma. Content warning: This episode discusses body mutilation. Titane is available on VOD in Canada and the USA. It will be out in January in the UK. Show notes Read Mary Angela's 2017 review of Raw Read a preview of Orla's essay on sisterhood in Raw from Beyond Empowertainment. Related Episodes Ep. 103: Pascal Plante's films: Fake Tattoos and Nadia Butterfly Ep. 101: Magnus von Horn's films: The Here After and Sweat Ep. 80: Motherhood in horror: The Babadook and Prevenge (Member's Only) Ep. 69: Paddington and Paddington 2 (Member's Only) Ep. 66: Francis Lee's God's Own Country and Ammonite (Member's Only) Ep. 21: Feminist horror Follow Seventh Row on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and read our articles at seventh-row.com.
This week on the podcast, we decided to subject Andreas from AndreasTalksArt to the insanity that is Titane from 2021 directed by Julia Ducournau! If you love listening to Jensen theorize the hell out of films, then this episode is the one for you because he basically didn't shut the hell up the whole episode. Thanks again to Andreas from AndreasTalksArt for coming on for this discussion! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support
French film Titane was a sensation when it won the Palme D'Or at Cannes this year. An erotic dancer moonlights as a serial killer, and has closer than normal feelings for American muscle cars - where's her happy ending? Stars Vincent Lindon (Anything for her) and directed by Julia Ducournau (Raw).
The bois went to a fire station and saw Titane! Sam is quite sick with a cold (sorry for the sniffles!), but they still talk what they did after the movie, Julia Ducournau's incredible work, how David Lynch affected their viewing of this movie, thoughts on body horror, and the worst double feature to watch on a date . linktr.ee/welcomebackpod twitter.com/welcomebackpod instagram.com/welcomebackpod patreon.com/welcomebackpod Art by: Randi Hamel @artbunns on Instagram and rannibuns.tumblr.com
El trabajo más reciente de Julia Ducournau es una fábula muy audaz sobre la identidad como una cárcel impuesta por aquellos que dicen querer liberar a otros del yugo de la identidad. Al centro de la cinta, con la que la directora ganó la Palma de Oro en el más reciente festival de Cannes, hay una mujer que se despoja una y otra vez de aquello que lo identifica como mujer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Prestige season is in full effect and what better to kick it off than with the Palme d'Or winner Titane! Writer/director Julia Ducournau serves up a healthy helping of French body horror that was consumed and digested in a variety of ways on this contentious Lodgecast. Was it Salad Dragon City, or Salad Dragon Exploitation? A profound and moving reflection on the human condition, or a repulsive and gratuitous tale of violence for the sake of shock value? Or was it all of these things and more?! Titane stars Agathe Rousselle, Vincent Lindon, Garance Marillier, and Lais Salameh.
MOVIES ARE BACK BABY!!!! We have seen a lot of stuff, and are here to talk about them, - OCTOBER: Lamb- dir. Valdimar Jóhannsson; Noomi Repace, Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson Titane- dir. Julia Ducournau; Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier VHS 94 Holy Hell (wrap around segment)- dir. Jennifer Reeder Storm Drain- dir. Chloe Okuno The Empty Wake- dir. Simon Barrett The Subject- dir. Timo Tjahjanto Terror- dir. Ryan Prows Halloween Kills- dir. David Gordon Green; Jim Cummings, Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin- dir. William Eubank; Emily Bader, Roland Buck III, Dan Lippert, Henry Ayres-Brown Dune - dir. Denis Villnueuve; Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Stellan Skarsgard, Duncan Idaho, Zendaya The Spine of Night- dir. Philip Gelatt, Morgan Galen King; Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, Joe Manganiello Last Night in Soho- dir. Edgar Wright; Anya Taylor Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Matt Smith, Michael Ajao, Diana Rigg, Terence Stamp Antlers- dir. Scott Cooper; Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Jeremy Thomas, Graham Greene The French Dispatch- dir. Wes Anderson; everyone - NOVEMBER Eternals Tom Hanks is Finch Spencer
Buckle up, gang! This week, we tackled Julia Ducournau's newly released bloody fable, Titane. This movie is bizarre, grisly, and surprisingly tender, and has some of the wildest content we've watched for the podcast. Content warnings: abortion, body horror, pregnancy, trauma around pregnancy, sexual harassment and brief sexual assault, fire trauma, head trauma, car accident, a broken nose, surgery, sexuality, nudity, and spoilers for Neon Genesis Evangelion at the end of the episode.Show Notes‘Titane' director Julia Ducournau explains how she crafted the year's wildest filmTitane: The most shocking film of 2021Cross Dressing and Car Fetishes: ‘Titane' Twists Trans Tropes Into Perverse, Lifeless Body Horror
On this episode of More Deadly, Rachel and Ariel are joined by a very special guest, Caitlin Grant of the Plug it Up! podcast. Together, we attempt to unpack the gorgeously grotesque puzzle that is Titane, directed by Julia Ducournau. So, did this movie get our engines revving or was it just too much labor?... Read More The post The More Deadly Podcast Episode 44: Titane appeared first on The Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast.
Following a series of unexplained incidents, a Zombie Grrl is reunited with a show that has been lost for nearly 10 years. Titane: A movie highly divisive to thoughts and opinions, with high tensile strength boldness. For New Guest November this time around we are joined by Rachel from The Zombie Grrlz and she picked a doozy for us to discuss. We tackle Titane, the latest film from director Julia Ducournau! We also discuss Life Day, the worst TV sitcom spin-offs, and gender identity in film. So grab the Ravenshadow Magic 8-Ball, have intimate relations with the nearest vehicle, and definitely strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Rachel from Zombie Grrlz, Raw, the rash heard around the world, Jack Skellington, Life Day, Star Wars Holiday Special, Bea Arthur, virtual porn machine, drinking in bed, zombiegrrlz.com, Cast of Ka: A Dark Tower Podcast, Knocking, The Stream Queens, Haxan, The More Deadly Podcast, Altered State of Drugachusetts, Timo Tjahjanto, Under Siege, Steven Seagal, The Night Comes For Us, Aliens, Jennifer's Body, The Thing, Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched, the worst TV spin-offs, Gloria, Christian Jacobs, The Aquabats, Burgess Meredith, The Bobby Fisher of Sitcom Knowledge, The Michael Richards Show, Happy Days, The Jeffersons, Angela Lansbury of the Woods, Titane, Julia Ducournau, body horror, Cronenberg, Agathe Rousselle, Noomi Rapace, masculine vs feminine stereotypes, Nicolas Winding Refn, Possessor, Brandon Cronenberg, Garance Marillier, monster and mother, Jon Cryer is Hiding Out, Ghostbusters Firefighter Jumpsuit, Buttcrack, Greasy Strangler, Moving Violations, The Ravenshadow 8-Ball, Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings, Possession, Sam Neill, overwhelming icy cold tones, The Green Knight, The Novum Channel, The Night House, David Bruckner, Hellraiser, The Deep House, Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright, “Sucked a Haunted Lake Full of Dicks”, The Untitled Nick Cave Show, X-Pac, and America: The Spin-Off.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
Put on your lab coat and meet us in the morgue as we conclude our series on Coming-of-Age Horror with Julia Ducournau's Raw. We're sure you'll find a solution. Research Links Raw's Julia Ducournau on love, laughter, and eating human flesh Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod "Emotion Picture" by Bill Ironfield Logo artwork by Jess Snively
A young and modern podcast gets invited to explore an ancient and haunted show. During the course of the episode they undergo a serious change of plans when they awaken a dark spirit due to their tepid response to Basket Case! New Guest November returns and this year we kick it off with Bret and David from The Swearwolves podcast to discuss the film, The Deep House from directors Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury! Are these guys our long lost brothers from the other coast?! We also discuss whether Thriller or Bad was the better album, there is more Dr. Loomis insanity, and there is even some Pinball talk! So grab your fancy breathing apparatus, submerge yourself in your drink of choice and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: The Swearwolves, Michael Jackson, Thriller, Bad, which album was better, KISS, KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park, Culture Club, Koko B. Ware meets Parliament Funkadelic, G.I. Joe, Martin Scorcese, John Landis, Vic Morrow, Smooth Criminal, it's a generational thing, Michael Jackson impersonator, Basket Case, Belial, John Carpenter, Halloween, The Thing, Dr. Loomis, MZ the Master Debater, Sean Cunningham, Friday the 13th, CGI handicapped placards, Undercover Brother, arcade/pinball, Phoenix, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Monster Bash, Dracula, Sean Clark, Ghostbusters, Addams Family, Loomis Parked First, 30 Fathom Grave, Failure, James Jagger, Camille Rowe, House of Wax Off, One Direction, Mick Jagger, The Deep House, Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury, Found Footage, drone shots, Speed, Leprechaun in Space, dark movies, underwater haunted house, Dario Argento, Inferno, Michael Myers Repellent, CM Punk, Checkhov's Breathing Apparatus, The Girl on the Third Floor, House of Jizm, the MZ whisperer, filming in real time, Nightshot, Idris and Jessica Elba, an Egg McGuffin, The Belial Bunch, Nite Owl and the Other Chick, Ham and Grape Jelly Sandwiches, Salt Water Taffy, is The Sandlot a Baseball movie or a coming of age movie?, Raiders of the Lost Ark, go back to your Cheerios, Steven Spielberg, E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind, language lessons, Titane, Zombie Grrlz, Weekend at Ares', Disney+ Day, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Dune, Alejandro Jodorowsky, David Lynch, The Eternals, Quasar, Star Wars: Visions, Bossk, Dexter, wellness checks, Raw, Julia Ducournau, Titanium, and Swearwolves Not Werewolves.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
Episode Description: In this episode, Christopher Schnese and Stephen Miller bring you a review of Titane. Directed by Julia Ducournau. With Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle, and Garance Marillier. Following a series of unexplained crimes, a father is reunited with the son who has been missing for 10 years. Titane: A metal highly resistant to heat and corrosion, with high tensile strength alloys. Show Notes Hosts: • Christopher Schnese and Stephen Miller Featured Review: • Titane The Verdict: • Stephen: Recommend with Caveat • Christopher: Wait for Rental Music for this Episode: • Titane (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Contact the show: • email: firstname.lastname@example.org Listener Survey: • Please help us by taking our survey
Put on your go-go boots and join us for a retro-chic episode of Breakfast All Day. The brilliant Amy Nicholson helps Christy review Edgar Wright's super-stylish thriller "Last Night in Soho." Alonso and Christy also take a trip back in time -- to 1984, for a discussion of David Lynch's much-maligned "Dune." And we talk about the moving and funny documentary "Introducing, Selma Blair," which follows the actress' struggles with multiple sclerosis. In news, we discuss the continued fallout from the fatal on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, "Dune Part Two" getting the greenlight, Facebook changing its name, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority members getting angry at the HBO series "Insecure," QAnon followers thinking Biden and Harris are broadcasting from a fake White House at Tyler Perry Studios, and the trailer for the animated origin story "Lightyear." And over at our Patreon on this Halloween weekend, we've got a couple of treats for you: a recap of the shocking, new episode of "The Morning Show," and a review of Julia Ducournau's astonishing debut feature "Raw," our October Off the Menu selection. Our dear friend Matt is taking a sabbatical from the show for a little while, but we look forward to his eventual return. And we thank you all for sticking around with us all these years!
2010s horror month continues on in a gnarly debut from witter/director Julia Ducournau with Raw. Orla Smith (Seventh Row) joins us this episode as we talk about the various readings into the film's portrayal of cannibalism, the lively reaction Ducournau sparked at the Toronto International Film Festival, and the future of horror as a genre --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exitingthroughthe2010s/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/exitingthroughthe2010s/support
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Bill Graham, and Robyn Bahr are joined by Peg Aloi to discuss Julia Ducournau's Palme d'Or winner Titane, now in theaters and available digitally. Enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. For a limited time, all new Patreon supporters will receive a free Blu-ray/DVD. After becoming a contributor, e-mail email@example.com for an up-to-date list of available films. The Film Stage Show is supported by MUBI, a curated streaming service showcasing exceptional films from around the globe. Every day, MUBI premieres a new film. Whether it's a timeless classic, a cult favorite, or an acclaimed masterpiece — it's guaranteed to be either a movie you've been dying to see or one you've never heard of before and there will always be something new to discover. Try it for free for 30 days at mubi.com/filmstage.
On this week's episode of Black Girl Film Club, Ashley and Britney discussing Raw (2016) directed by Julia Ducournau and starring Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, and Rabah Naït Oufella. Your favorite podcast demons discuss a transformational hunger and being on the verge of adulthood. Sometimes you just have to snap in a Slim Jim. This week's recommendations include In My Skin (2002). Follow us on Twitter @ blkgirlfilmclub. Check us out on Instagram @ blackgirlfilmclub. Visit us at http://www.blackgirlfilmclub.com.
Paul & Amy get a taste of 2016's French coming of age/horror film Raw! They debate whether Justine's dilemma is a metaphor for drugs or sexuality, analyze the infamous bikini wax scene, and ask what makes this a "female" film. Plus: Is director Julia Ducournau's even wilder follow up Titane worth seeing? Next week Unspooled's Scaretober series continues with The Blair Witch Project! You can join the conversation for this series on the Unspooled Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/unspooledpodcast, and on Paul's Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don't forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to our Stitcher Premium game show Screen Test right now at https://www.stitcher.com/show/unspooled-screen-test, and apply to be a contestant at firstname.lastname@example.org!
BONUS EPISODE! Join Raymond, Michael, and Amanda as they talk Julia Ducournau's TITANE (2021). This film is... well, it is quite something, and we get into the meaning behind that something! This talk ranges from the symbolism of the vehicle, the intentional omission of structure, and some shop talk on horror. What a way to head into the middle of Spooky Season! Enjoy! Have thoughts? Let us know - we may play it on air! Leave us a voicemail: +1 (213) 534-8807 Leave us an email: email@example.com Follow us on Twitter for more deep dives on discussions from the show! @SMTM_pod @creamatoria (Raymond) @michaeloburns (Michael) @amandascherker (Amanda) SUBSCRIBE TO SHOW ME THE MEANING!: Apple Podcasts ► https://wscrk.com/3jCDFbJ Amazon Music ► https://wscrk.com/3l12tv1 Spotify ► https://wscrk.com/3AXla8h Stitcher ► https://wscrk.com/39NI3zk YouTube ► https://wscrk.com/3meO1yF Other Wisecrack Podcasts! Culture Binge: https://wscrk.com/culturebinge Respect Our Authoritah!: https://wscrk.com/respect The Squanch: https://wscrk.com/squanch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the 206th episode of Piecing It Together, The Vern from Cinema Recall joins me to talk about 2021 Cannes Palme d'Or winner Titane from French director Julia Ducournau. It's a story about a woman with a titanium plate in her head who is impregnated by a car... But it's really about love. Really. Puzzle pieces include Crash, Kill Bill, The Skin I Live In and Swallow.
This week, French writer and director Julia Ducournau is next up on the Post Mortem slab! Fresh off her Palm d'Or winning film, TITANE, Julia sits down with Mick to discuss some of the nuances of her provocative filmmaking style, as well as her origins within the medium. POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS NICE GUY PRODUCTIONS 2021