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Latest podcast episodes about kino lorber

Girls, Guts, & Giallo
Anal Auteurs Part II: Fred Halsted

Girls, Guts, & Giallo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 70:49


Kamikaze Jones joins me again for part II in a four-part mini-series about important gay porn directors from the 1970s. In this episode we discuss two works directed by Fred Halsted, L.A. Plays Itself and Sextool. We talk leather, top vs. bottom cinema, and anal voids.  *correction: Annie says the Halsted blu ray release is from Kino Lorber, but it's actually from Vinegar Syndrome.

Let's Get Physical (Media)
#42 - Top 10 of 2022

Let's Get Physical (Media)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 61:13


Join Mikey and Bob as they discuss some of their favorite blu rays and 4k's of 2022!   Connect with us: Website Instagram Twitter

Deadpit Radio
2022 Year In Review Show (01/13/23) - DEADPIT Revival Episode 61

Deadpit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 137:39


CK and UB take a look at the year that was 2022… favorite movies, physical media releases, who will win Asshole of the Year? Best YouTuber that is not us, and Much More!

The Extras
2022 Year in Review Plus 4K & Blu-ray Reviews

The Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 40:46


Host Tim Millard takes a look back at 2022 and the terrific line-up of guests on the podcast.  He also provides an update on some of the most popular episodes and thanks the international fans.  Then he provides reviews of the 4K releases of films "Heat" (1995), "Saturday Night Fever" (1977), "Top Gun: Maverick" (2022), and the Korean Zombie horror film "Train to Busan" (2016).  He also reviews some recent Blu-ray releases from Kino Lorber, including "Detective Story" (1951) starring Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker, and the "Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema IX" box set that includes the noir films "Lady on a Train" (1945) starring Deanna Durbin, "Tangier" (1946) starring Maria Montez, and "Take One False Step" (1946) starring William Powell and Shelley Winters.  He ends the reviews with two recent TV series releases from HBO, starting with season 1 of "House of the Dragon" and the fourth and final season of "Westworld."HEAT 4KSATURDAY NIGHT FEVER 4KTOP GUN: MAVERICK 4KTRAIN TO BUSAN 4KDETECTIVE STORY BLU-RAYFILM NOIR THE DARK SIDE OF CINEMA IXHOUSE OF THE DRAGON 4KWESTWORLD 4K The Extras Facebook pageThe Extras Twitter Warner Archive & Warner Bros Catalog GroupOtaku Media produces podcasts, behind-the-scenes extras, and media that connect creatives with their fans and businesses with their consumers. Contact us today to see how we can work together to achieve your goals. www.otakumedia.tv

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected January 5th, 2023: Announcements and Discussions with Dr. Will Dodson!!!!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 181:36


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. This week we are once again joined by Dr. Will Dodson!! We are going to be going over the announcements for the week and discussing everything from Shakespeare and Olivia Hussey to Looney Tunes and a Severin screw up! Join us! Hope to see you in the chat! - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. In exciting news, he has contributed to release #12 in Tom Weaver's "Scripts from the Crypt" Collection. This release is called Tod Browning's The Revolt of the Dead and in it, Professors Gary Rhodes, Nathaniel Bell, Will Dodson and Robert Guffey examine multiple script drafts of Browning's Freaks (1932), Mark of the Vampire (1935) and The Devil-Doll (1936) and document the step-by-step evolution of those macabre tales. - Will contributed to a new book on Tod Browning and it is available from the publisher here:  https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/scripts-from-the-crypt-no-12-tod-browning-s-the-revolt-of-the-dead-paperback Or Amazon: https://amzn.to/3AEYQkIWill's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight?utm_source=socials&utm_medium=pub-announcements&utm_campaign=S21_Woofter Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Shelf_Shock Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelfshockrewind/ Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShelfShockRewind Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@shelfshockrewind1231 - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-disc-connected - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Music is by Michael J. LeRose- michaelxcreates@gmail.com. Outro is K(NO)W by Crusoe via a Creative Commons Attribution License and verbal/written permission from the artist. - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

The Disc Connected
Best of 2022: State of the Hobby! From Favorite Label to the Good/Bad/Ugly of 2022 with Will Dodson!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 79:09


New videos will be up every single day through the first week of 2023 covering a wide array of topics including many of the categories in the Shelf Shock Rewind Awards, some topics that don't usually get covered, and many more! Check them all out! Today's video is a discussion with Dr. Will Dodson discussing 2022 as a whole in the hobby. We discuss our favorite labels, which labels catalogs were outstanding this year, and then go into a long discussion on what "had a moment" in 2022, which then bleeds into what we will look back on fondly for our hobby in 2022. Unfortunately... it took a not so cheery turn in the end, but hopefully you understand the sentiments shared. Let me know your thoughts in the comments!  - Vote for Shelf Shock Rewind 2022 here: https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/oB0npRGp Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Shelf_Shock Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelfshockrewind/ Follow Shelf Shock Rewind on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShelfShockRewind - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. In exciting news, he has contributed to release #12 in Tom Weaver's "Scripts from the Crypt" Collection. This release is called Tod Browning's The Revolt of the Dead and in it, Professors Gary Rhodes, Nathaniel Bell, Will Dodson and Robert Guffey examine multiple script drafts of Browning's Freaks (1932), Mark of the Vampire (1935) and The Devil-Doll (1936) and document the step-by-step evolution of those macabre tales. - Will contributed to a new book on Tod Browning and it is available from the publisher here:  https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/scripts-from-the-crypt-no-12-tod-browning-s-the-revolt-of-the-dead-paperback Or Amazon: https://amzn.to/3AEYQkI Will's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight?utm_source=socials&utm_medium=pub-announcements&utm_campaign=S21_Woofter Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-disc-connected - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Music is by Michael J. LeRose- michaelxcreates@gmail.com. Outro is K(NO)W by Crusoe via a Creative Commons Attribution License and verbal/written permission from the artist. - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

PoliPodcast
KINO LORBER CRIME DOUBLE FEATURE - 4K UHD/Blu-Ray REVIEWS

PoliPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 13:07


KINO LORBER CRIME DOUBLE FEATURE - 4K UHD/Blu-Ray REVIEWS The Taking of Pelham 123 4K UHD Review from KINO LORBER The Silent Partner Blu-ray Review from KINO LORBER Purchase the films today ! Taking of Pelham 123 4K : https://amzn.to/3WfqrTu The Silent Partner Blu-ray : https://amzn.to/3PBzxqR MUSIC Main theme: Music: Dar Golan Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb7E... The Taking of Pelham 123 “It Was a Time” by TrackTribe The Silent Partner Carol Of The Bells by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Santa VHS Blow out “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” DJ Williams LINKS - Website: https://www.returnofthedisc.com/-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/returnofthedisc/-TikTok : https://www.tiktok.com/@returnofthedisc- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1suNpWBGZHWDBW8bRZ3qe3-Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/polipictures/id1487564839 For more FULL EPISODES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbPWwWv1OQDvX7TBMfee_QS-S3mugB2WF

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 293 - November Picks of the Month From Kino Lorber

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 31:49


In this episode, Brian talk about 4 of his "Picks of the Month" from Kino Lorber for the month of November. This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected December 1st, 2022: Announcements, Dario Argento, and More with Will Dodson!!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 186:44


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. Tonight we are live with Film Professor and Scholar Will Dodson!! - On tonight's show- a discussion on Dario Argento, a brief discussion on the 2022 Sight and Sound list, and insight on the Shelf Shock Rewind nominees released so far! - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. In exciting news, he has contributed to release #12 in Tom Weaver's "Scripts from the Crypt" Collection. This release is called Tod Browning's The Revolt of the Dead and in it, Professors Gary Rhodes, Nathaniel Bell, Will Dodson and Robert Guffey examine multiple script drafts of Browning's Freaks (1932), Mark of the Vampire (1935) and The Devil-Doll (1936) and document the step-by-step evolution of those macabre tales. - Will contributed to a new book on Tod Browning and it is available from the publisher here:  https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/scripts-from-the-crypt-no-12-tod-browning-s-the-revolt-of-the-dead-paperback Or Amazon: https://amzn.to/3AEYQkI Will's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight?utm_source=socials&utm_medium=pub-announcements&utm_campaign=S21_Woofter Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-disc-connected - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

Let's Get Physical (Media)
#39 - October Pick-Ups (2022)

Let's Get Physical (Media)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 64:54


On this week's show, Mikey and Bob discuss their October pick-ups!   Connect with us: Website Instagram Twitter

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Production
IFH Film Production Archive: Elijah Wood and the SpectreVision Team - Creating a Brand & Making Killer Films

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Production

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 67:45


Creating a Brand & Making Killer Films with Elijah Wood and the SpectreVision TeamSPECIAL SUNDANCE EDITION of the Indie Film Hustle PodcastI wanted to do something special for the Indie Film Hustle Tribe this year. I'm in Park City, UT interview some AMAZING filmmakers, producers, agents and actors. In celebration of Sundance I'll be releasing a podcast a day during the week.I wanted to launch this special Sundance Film Festival series with a bang. In this episode I speak to indie film favorite and all around amazing human being Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings, Sin City) and his remarkable partners Josh Waller, Daniel Noah and Lisa Whalen (Company X) over at their company SpectreVision.I have to say that this is by far one of my favorite interviews I've ever done. It was part filmmaking masterclass, branding lesson, James Lipton interview and party. I learned a ton from the gang and really felt the passion these friends and partners have for making the kind of films they want to see.All of these Sundance Series episodes will be co-hosted by Sebastian Twardosz from Circus Road Films.Right click here to download the MP3Download on iTunes DirectHere's a bit about SpectreVision:Founded in 2010 by partners Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller, SpectreVision was created to tell character-driven stories tackling emotional and human experiences that test the boundaries of the genre space.The SpectreVision productions of Cooties and A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night made their premieres at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Cooties was acquired by Lionsgate Films at Sundance. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night was acquired by Kino-Lorber. It has been the recipient of numerous awards from film festivals throughout the world, and was nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards. SpectreVision has also served as Executive Producer on such critically acclaimed films including Toad Road, LFO:The Movie and Open Windows. Their production of The Boy, premiered at the 2015 South By Southwest film festival. It opened in the U.S. in August 2015, and continued to play at festivals worldwide throughout the year. In the five years since its inception, SpectreVision has expanded its focus, with new and exciting forays into the worlds of music, television, gaming and digital media.Wood, Noah and Waller were honored with the Visionary Award at the 2014 Stanley Film Festival for their contribution to independent film. They also delivered the Keynote Address for the Fantastic Market in Austin, leading into the 2015 Fantastic Fest. In January of 2016, SpectreVision announced a new partnership with gaming giant Ubisoft, to create, develop and produce original content for their virtual reality platform. The SV production of The Greasy Strangler made its world premiere at this year's Sundance Film Festival to wide acclaim and controversy, making it one of the most talked-about titles at the festival.LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODESpectreVisionSpectreVision - FacebookSpectreVision - TwitterCompany XSebastian TwardoszCircus Road Films

Plug It Up
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night: a Skateboarding Vampire Western

Plug It Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 76:01


Long time friend Danny joins Caitlin to cover 2014's A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. It's a feminist favorite, and it uses vampirism to explore addiction and subversion. It also has a killer soundtrack. Who wouldn't love a black-and-white movie about a chador-wearing, skateboarding vampire who stalks bad guys and plays good music? We also talk about what's going on Iran currently, and we have a lot of fun with the fan-submitted questions. Thanks, as always, for sending those in! 

The Extras
Talking Extras on Recent 4K Releases - To Kill a Mockingbird, Tropic Thunder, and The Lost Boys

The Extras

Play Episode Play 48 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 51:30


Extras producers and friends of the podcast Alan Griswold and Constantine Nasr discuss their extras on some recent 4K releases.We start off the episode with filmmaker Constantine Nasr as he discusses his all-new documentary "To Kill a Mockingbird: All Points of View," which is a part of the "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962) 60th Anniversary Limited Edition 4K release from Universal Studios.  The film stars Gregory Peck who won an academy award for best actor for his portrayal of Atticus Finch.  In 2003 the American Film Institute named Atticus Finch the greatest movie hero of the 20th Century.  Next filmmaker Alan Griswold discusses his extras work on the 2008 action/comedy "Tropic Thunder" recently released on 4K from Kino Lorber.  Starring Ben Stiller, who also directed, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black, Danny McBride, Nick Nolte, Matthew McConaughey, and Tom Cruise, this R-rated comedy takes a satirical look at the Hollywood movie-making process.  We take a deep dive look into the making of the exceptional extra "Rain of Madness" and the unique involvement of the cast and filmmakers in the making of this mockumentary.We finish out our episode speaking with Alan Griswold about his extras for the 1987 cult favorite, THE LOST BOYS, directed by Joel Schumacher and starring Keifer Sutherland, Jason Patric, and the two Corey's, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman.  This film was recently released by Warner Bros on 4K with no new extras, but with most all of the legacy extras, including an audio commentary with Joel Schumacher, a 24-minute retrospective, seven featurettes, deleted scenes, and a music video.  We also explore the legacy of this film and its impact on the teen vampire genre.Purchase on Amazon:To Kill a Mockingbird 4K Limited EditionTropic Thunder 4KLost Boys 4KRivendell Films - Constantine NasrMonkey Deux - Alan Griswold Warner Archive & Warner Bros Catalog GroupThe Extras Facebook pageThe Extras Twitter Otaku Media produces podcasts, behind-the-scenes extras, and media that connect creatives with their fans and businesses with their consumers. Contact us today to see how we can work together to achieve your goals. www.otakumedia.tv

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected November 3rd, 2022: Announcements, and More with Will Dodson!!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 152:45


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. Tonight we are live with Film Professor and Scholar Will Dodson!! - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. In exciting news, he has contributed to the upcoming release #12 in Tom Weaver's "Scripts from the Crypt" Collection. This release will be called Tod Browning's The Revolt of the Dead and in it, Professors Gary Rhodes, Nathaniel Bell, Will Dodson and Robert Guffey examine multiple script drafts of Browning's Freaks (1932), Mark of the Vampire (1935) and The Devil-Doll (1936) and document the step-by-step evolution of those macabre tales. - Will contributed to a new book on Tod Browning and it is available from the publisher here:  https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/scripts-from-the-crypt-no-12-tod-browning-s-the-revolt-of-the-dead-paperback Or Amazon: https://amzn.to/3AEYQkI Will's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-disc-connected - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

CinemaScope's podcast
11/04/2022 with Filmmaker Nina Menkes

CinemaScope's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 27:00


In this episode, we're speaking with pioneering filmmaker Nina Menkes, who's one of the first women to present a feature film at Sundance and the filmmaker behind documentary BRAINWASHED: Sex-Camera-Power, which premiered at Sundance 2022 and has since screened at other prominent festivals worldwide. BRAINWASHED was released theatrically in October 2022 by Kino Lorber.   Considered a cinematic feminist pioneer and one of America's foremost independent filmmakers, Nina has shown widely in major international film festivals including multiple premieres at Sundance, Cannes, the Berlinale and Toronto.   Nina has an MFA with high honors from the UCLA Film School (1989). She's taught film directing at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and is currently a faculty member at California Institute of the Arts. She is a directing member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).   Nina synthesizes inner-dream worlds with harsh, outer realities. She was called “brilliant, one of the most provocative artists in film today” by the Los Angeles Times, and her body of work was described as “controversial, intense and visually stunning” by Sight and Sound. Nina has referred to herself as a witch; and Dennis Lim, writing in The New York Times, called her a “cinematic sorceress.”   

Blissful Spinster
Nina Menkes - Independent Filmmaker & Director

Blissful Spinster

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 22:33


Meet, Nina Menkes! Nina lives in Los Angeles and is considered a cinematic feminist pioneer and one of America's foremost independent filmmakers. Nina's work includes, the narrative films “Queen of Diamonds”, “The Bloody Child”, “The Great Sadness of Zohara”, “Magdalena Viraga”, and “Phantom Love”. Nina's work has been shown widely in major international film festivals including Sundance, the Berlinale, Cannes, Locarno, AFI, BFI-London, the New York Film Festival to name a few. Nina's honors include a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Creative Capital Awardand a Berlinale FIPRESCI Prize for her first feature documentary MASSAKER. Most recently, Nina premiered her second documentary and fourth feature, BRAINWASHED: SEX-CAMERA-POWER at Sundance this year, and it's how I discovered her and this amazing and impactful documentary which explores the sexual-politics of cinematic shot design. BRAINWASHED has screened widely at A-list festivals and was awarded the 2022 Female Empowerment Seal by the Critics' Choice Association. But most importantly, it's now being distributed by Kino Lorber. I was so happy to see BRAINWASHED receive a theatrical release, in Los Angeles & New York City to begin with, this little film that could with a powerful message has been held over due to demand & is also gaining screenings in other cities. I'll leave the link to the film's screening page in the show notes. Trust me, you want to head to the theatre and watch BRAINWASHED in a communal setting. I was thrilled when I saw that BRAINWASHED was going to play at my local art house theatre the Laemmle Royal, but the best part of the evening was getting to meet Nina after the screening and having her agree to chat with me on Blissful Spinster! Her time was limited but our chat is full of her insight and inspiration. I'm so excited to bring you my conversation with Nina! Connect with Nina on: Instagram, Twitter & FacebookConnect with Kino Lorber on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & TikTokFollow Brainwashed Movie on: Instagram & FacebookFind a screening of Brainwashed near you at: Kino MarqueeLearn more about the Blissful Spinster Podcast and connect with Cris on the website, Instagram & Twitter

The Extras
The Usual Suspects with Cinematographer Tom Sigel

The Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 44:34 Very Popular


Cinematographer Tom Sigel joins the podcast to talk about filming the 1995 cult classic THE USUAL SUSPECTS. Tom takes us back through his first meetings with director Bryan Singer and their collaboration on the filming style.  We also discuss the locations in San Pedro on the ship and at the old Harold Examiner Building for the interrogation scenes.  Tom talks about his collaboration with art designer Howard Cummings and the importance of that relationship in a movie.  We also discuss the stars, filming the famous line-up scene, and the legacy of the movie. Then Tom explains the color-correction and restoration process for the 4K release from Kino Lorber.We wrap up our discussion with a short reflection on Tom's work with Bryan Singer on 2018's "Bohemian Rhapsody," 2011's stylish “Drive,” and the Netflix release in 2020 of the international action film “Extraction.”Purchase on Amazon:The Usual Suspects 4KBohemian Rhapsody 4KDrive 4K The Extras Facebook pageThe Extras Twitter Otaku Media produces podcasts, behind-the-scenes extras, and media that connect creatives with their fans and businesses with their consumers. Contact us today to see how we can work together to achieve your goals. www.otakumedia.tv

PoliPodcast
THE LAST DETAIL (1973) HEARTBREAKERS (1984) MR. MAJESTYK (1974) 4K UHD Blu-ray Movie Reviews

PoliPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 17:09


THE LAST DETAIL (1973) 4k UHD SHOUT FACTORY (Shout Select) directed by Hal Ashby. Starring Jack Nicholson, Otis Young and Randy Quaid. written by Robert Towne. HEARTBREAKERS (1984) Blu-ray from Fun City Editions directed by: Bobby Roth starring: Peter Coyote, Nick Mancuso, Carole Laure, Kathryn Harrold, Carol Wayne MR. MAJESTYK (1974) Blu-ray from Kino Lorber directed by Richard Fleischer written by Elmore Leonard Starring Charles Bronson, Al Lettieri, Linda Cristal MUSIC Main theme: Music: Dar Golan Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb7E... The Last Detail “True to the Flag” by United States Marine Band Heartbreakers “Survive the Montage” by RKVC Mr. Majestyk “Cattle' by Telecasted LINKS - Website: https://www.returnofthedisc.com/-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/returnofthedisc/-TikTok : https://www.tiktok.com/@returnofthedisc- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1suNpWBGZHWDBW8bRZ3qe3-Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/polipictures/id1487564839 For more FULL EPISODES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbPWwWv1OQDvX7TBMfee_QS-S3mugB2WF

New Books in Dance
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in Women's History
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in European Studies
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in Film
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in History
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Cinema's First Nasty Women

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:03


What makes a nasty woman? Is it her unwillingness to break to the stringent standards of patriarchy, her gameness to get rough, even abject? Or is it the way she reminds polite society that the sweet, gentle screen martyr (the nasty woman's counterpart) is a fiction too, as much a trick and a dupe as an exploding housemaid on celluloid? And what a surprise—and what a treat—to discover cinema's earliest days are among their nastiest. Coming from Kino Lorber this December, “this four-disc set showcase more than fourteen hours of rarely seen silent films about feminist protest, slapstick rebellion, and suggestive gender play. These women organize labor strikes, bake (and weaponize) inedible desserts, explode out of chimneys, electrocute the police force, and assume a range of identities that gleefully dismantle traditional gender norms and sexual constraints. The films span a variety of genres including slapstick comedy, genteel farce, the trick film, cowboy melodrama, and adventure thriller. Cinema's First Nasty Women includes 99 European and American silent films, produced from 1898 to 1926, sourced from thirteen international film archives and libraries, with all-new musical scores, video introductions, commentary tracks, and a lavishly illustrated booklet.” Host Annie Berke sits down with the curators of this set, Drs. Maggie Hennefeld and Laura Horak, and Ms. Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, to discuss how this project came to be, the steps they took to ensure an anti-racist program, and if the “nasty woman” spirit lives on in the mediascape of the present. Maggie Hennefeld is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature and McKnight Presidential Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is author of Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes (Columbia UP, 2018), co-editor of the journal Cultural Critique (UMN Press), co-editor of two volumes: Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019) and Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke UP, 2020). Laura Horak is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University and director of the Transgender Media Lab. She is author of Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressing Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema (Rutgers UP, 2016) and co-editor of Silent Cinema and the Politics of Space (Indiana UP, 2014), Unwatchable (Rutgers UP, 2019), a special issue of Somatechnics on trans/cinematic/bodies and an In Focus section of the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies on “Transing Cinema and Media Studies.” Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi is the Curator of Silent film at Eye Filmmuseum, the national film archive of the Netherlands. Graduated from University of Amsterdam, Film&TV Studies in 1997 and employed since 1999 at Eye, she has worked on the discovery, restoration and presentation of many presumed lost films. She is responsible for the preservation and presentation of Eye's silent film holdings, including among others the Desmet Collection (1907-1916) and the Mutoscope & Biograph Collection (1896-1902). Annie Berke is the film editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books and author of Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television (University of California Press, 2022). Her scholarship and criticism have been published in Literary Hub, Feminist Media Histories, Public Books, Jacobin, and the Washington Post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Let's Get Physical (Media)
#37 - August Pick-Ups (2022)

Let's Get Physical (Media)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 70:19


On this week's show, Mikey and Bob discuss our August pick-ups as well announce the winner of our giveaway!   Connect with us: Website Instagram Twitter

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 280 - 4Ks from Paramount and Kino Lorber

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 37:11 Very Popular


In this episode, Brian talks about three 4K UHD releases - first from Paramount - Brian De Palmas'sTHE UNTOUCHABLES followed by two Kino Lorber 4Ks in Steven Soderbergh's OUT OF SIGHT and Stanley Kubrick's KILLER'S KISS. This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected September 1st, 2022: SO MANY Announcements, and More with Will Dodson!!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 258:58


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. Tonight we are live with Film Professor and Scholar Will Dodson!! - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. In exciting news, he has contributed to the upcoming release #12 in Tom Weaver's "Scripts from the Crypt" Collection. This release will be called Tod Browning's The Revolt of the Dead and in it, Professors Gary Rhodes, Nathaniel Bell, Will Dodson and Robert Guffey examine multiple script drafts of Browning's Freaks (1932), Mark of the Vampire (1935) and The Devil-Doll (1936) and document the step-by-step evolution of those macabre tales. - Will's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://disc-connected.creator-spring.com/ - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Music is by Michael J. LeRose- michaelxcreates@gmail.com. - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

Supporting Characters
Episode 68: Imogen Sara Smith

Supporting Characters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 101:34


Bill speaks to author and film historian Imogen Sara Smith about her various endeavors, from writing books like BUSTER KEATON: THE PERSISTENCE OF COMEDY and IN LONELY PLACES: FILM NOIR BEYOND THE CITY to contributing audio commentaries, booklet essays and on-camera interviews to home video releases from The Criterion Collection, Kino Lorber, Eureka!, Imprint, Flicker Alley, Arrow and Indicator. Topics include: John Bengtson's SILENT ECHOES, Eddie Muller, writing techniques, The Criterion Channel, Courtney Stephens' TERRA FEMME,  her Phantom Light column for Film Comment, THE WELL, film lists/ranking and stumbling upon old W.C. Fields locations. Read Sinners' Holiday: An Ode to Pre-Code”https://brightlightsfilm.com/sinners-holiday-an-ode-to-pre-code/#.Ylfx8i2ZOqA Read Imogen Sara Smith on SWING TIME:https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/6424-swing-time-heaven-can-t-wait Read Ghost Town: Nights on Bunker Hill:https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/7734-ghost-town-nights-on-bunker-hill Buy the Kino Lorber 4K UHD for KILLER'S KISS:https://www.kinolorber.com/product/killers-kiss-4kuhd-blu-ray Read Imogen Sara Smith on the Criterion Current site:https://www.criterion.com/current/author/572-imogen-sara-smith Register for Imogen Sara Smith's online course, French Cinema: The Language of Light 1895-1960  https://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/item/french-film-history-online/ Register for Imogen Sara Smith's online course, French Cinema: Breaking Rules & Boundaries 1960-2022 https://www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/item/french-cinema-breaking-rules-boundaries-1960-2022-online/ Pre-order El vampiro negro (The Black Vampire):https://www.flickeralley.com/classic-movies-2/#!/El-vampiro-negro-The-Black-Vampire/p/478619443/category=0 Buy The Guilty / High Tide from Flicker Alley:https://www.flickeralley.com/classic-movies-2/#!/The-Guilty-High-Tide/p/442246038 Visit the Film Noir Foundation site: http://www.filmnoirfoundation.org

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 276 - Kino February Highlights

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 29:24 Very Popular


In this Episode, Brian looks back at some of the Blu-ray releases from Kino Lorber (& partners like Scorpion Releasing) that came out in February. Touching on discs like MAN IN THE MOON, REMO WILLIAMS, C.H.O.M.P.S. and more. This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television

TVC 585.4: Greg and Ed discuss Kino Lorber's Blu-ray release of The Outer Limits (ABC, 1963-1965). Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected August 4th, 2022: Announcements, Collector Discussion with Will Dodson, and More!!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 188:24


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. Tonight we are live with Will Dodson!! - Will Dodson has an incredible list of accomplishments surrounding teaching and film. He is a professor of media studies at UNC Greensboro, Co-editor of American Twilight, and recent contributor on Kino Lorber's I'm Dangerous Tonight. This conversation is the first of many more to come with Will and we are diving into the oeuvre of Tobe Hooper. Hooper made some of the most iconic cinema of the last 50 years and much of his work still gets overlooked somehow.  - Will's recent book he helped edit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/woofter-dodson-american-twilight Or buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3PWDuFE I'm Dangerous Tonight (Will is on the commentary): https://amzn.to/3PUuPU6 Follow Will Dodson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdodson52 Watch the UTexas Press conversation on Hooper with Joe Bob Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXc9IMzKADE - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://disc-connected.creator-spring.com/ - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest
The Atomic Cafe with Charlie Shackleton

90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 44:28


Sam Clements is curating a fictional film festival. He'll accept almost anything, but the movie must not be longer than 90 minutes. This is the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest podcast. In episode 84 Sam is joined by filmmaker Charlie Shackleton, director of unique new film The Afterlight (82 mins).  Charlie has chosen the darkly funny archive documentary, The Atomic Cafe (86 mins), directed by Jayne Loader, Kevin Rafferty, and Pierce Rafferty. This 1982 cult classic juxtaposes Cold War history, propaganda, music and culture, seamlessly crafted from government-produced educational and training films, newsreels and advertisements. Sam and Charlie discuss The Afterlight's unique distribution plan, the transporting power of The Atomic Cafe, and the challenges that would have gone into making a film like this in 1982.  Watch The Atomic Cafe online via Plex, or on Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Lorber's Kino Classic Collection.  Thank you for downloading. We'll be back in a couple of weeks! Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/90minfilm If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. We're an independent podcast and every recommendation helps - thank you!  You can also show your support for the podcast by buying us a coffee at our Ko-fi page: https://ko-fi.com/90minfilmfest Website: 90minfilmfest.com Tweet: @90MinFilmFest  Instagram: @90MinFilmFest  We are a proud member of the Stripped Media Network. Hosted and produced by @sam_clements. Edited and produced by Louise Owen. Guest star @CharlieShack. Additional editing and sound mixing by @lukemakestweets. Music by @martinaustwick. Artwork by @samgilbey.

Entertainment Business Wisdom
Mark Stolaroff: No Budget Film School founder talks micro-budgets and finishing your film to leverage your career

Entertainment Business Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 72:55


Mark Stolaroff is an LA-based independent producer with an over 25 year career in the film business. A frequent collaborator with writer/director Henry Barrial, Stolaroff has produced all five of Barrial's features, including Some Body, Barrial's feature debut, which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival in Dramatic Competition and was released theatrically by Lot 47 Films; True Love, a Sundance Screenwriters Lab project; Pig, a sci-fi thriller that appeared in over 35 film festivals worldwide winning 10 awards and released by Kino Lorber; The House That Jack Built, which premiered at the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, winning 8 awards, and released theatrically by Vega Baby; and DriverX, which opened theatrically through IFC Films/Sundance Selects in November 2018. Stolaroff was a consulting producer on Meera Menon's (Equity) Farah Goes Bang, which premiered in the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and won the Nora Ephron Award. And he produced Adam Ripp's (Gang Tapes) film Devil's Whisper, which was released by Sony in 2017. Stolaroff is considered an expert in micro-budget filmmaking and is the Founder of No Budget Film School, a unique series of classes specifically designed for the no-budget filmmaker. Stolaroff has lectured on low budget and digital filmmaking throughout the world and at many of the major film festivals. He has taught film classes at UCLA Extension, the Maine Photography Workshops, and The Learning Annex and has written for Scientific American, Filmmaker, MovieMaker, Sight & Sound, Film Festival Reporter, and Film Arts Magazine. He has been on countless filmmaking panels over the last two and a half decades and has sat on the juries of numerous film festivals. He was on the Advisory Board of HBO's US Comedy Arts Film Festival and currently serves on the advisory board of Filmmakers Alliance. Stolaroff founded No Budget Film School in 2005, and in addition to teaching his classes, has lectured at many major film schools, including USC, UCLA, Chapman, The University of Texas, CalPoly, and Columbia College Chicago. Stolaroff was formerly a principal at IFC's Next Wave Films, a finance and production company that provided finishing funds to exceptional low-budget features, including the first films of Christopher Nolan, Joe Carnahan and Amir Bar Lev. He was a producer on several Next Wave projects, including Jordan Melamed's Manic, starring Don Cheadle, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Zooey Deschanel.  Twitter:  @Stolaroff facebook.com/stolaroff facebook.com/nobudgetfilmschool facebook.com/groups/MakeNoBudgetFilms Connect with your host Kaia Alexander: https://entertainmentbusinessleague.com/ https://twitter.com/thisiskaia Produced by Stuart W. Volkow P.G.A.  

The Disc Connected
Re-Connected June 23rd, 2022: Announcements, Kino Lorber sale, and more!

The Disc Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 106:01


Re-Connected is a weekly live show where we go over boutique blu ray announcements, physical media sales, and sometimes we go over unboxings/collection updates. We are a community of cult movie fans that enjoy getting together to discuss what is releasing. - Become a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/DiscConnected - Like the page and follow on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/TheDiscConnected - Join me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thediscconnected/ - Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disc_connected - Email: DiscConnectedMedia@gmail.com -- Merch: https://disc-connected.creator-spring.com/ - Podcast: https://thediscconnected.podbean.com - If you happen to be shopping on Amazon for something and would like to share some of Lord Bezos' profits with my channel at no additional cost to you, please consider shopping through my link: https://amzn.to/39mcX1t - Tip Jar: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=TDEVSPJZ9EFCW or paypal.me/RVinls (friends and family only) or  Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/20CR2ZN456P1B?ref_=wl_share - Links above may be affiliate/promotional links that provide me a tiny commission to support the sight and do not charge the consumer anything extra.

The Letterboxd Show
Weekend Watchlist: Crimes of the Future, Watcher and Fire Island

The Letterboxd Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 27:34 Very Popular


This week Mia and Slim discuss their growing watchlists including Crimes of the Future, Watcher and Fire Island. Special shout-out to all the Cronen-babes out there. After a quick look back at recent releases and community reviews, they shuffle their watchlists and drift into potential cannibalism. This episode is brought to you by Kino Lorber's Neptune Frost; in theaters this weekend and expanding wide next week. Weekend Watchlist – Updated Weekly list > movies mentioned in this episode. Letterboxd reviews and links mentioned: Transcripts of podcast episodes available Slim's Interview with the Podcast Vampire: a Tom Cruise podcast Mitchell's Acting Out podcast Marya's Neptune Frost review Dave and Scorgie's Crimes of the Future reviews Lucy and Josh Ruben's Watcher reviews Bowen Yang and Slim's Fire Island reviews Ella's Benediction review Gemma's Phantom of the Open review Zach and Ryan's After Blue reviews Andy and Matt's Top Gun: Maverick reviews Mitch's The Bob's Burgers Movie review Ryan's Men review Alicia's The Quiet Girl interview Liam's Vanilla Sky review Mrs. Darcy's Speed review Jack's Top 50 of 2022 list Credits: This episode was recorded in LA and Philadelphia, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Theme: ‘IZON' by Trent Walton.

Tea with sg
S03E01 Re-Intro + Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic - filmmaker - Murina

Tea with sg

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 46:23


First episode in a while. A little update. Talk about movies and exhibition and theatrical experience. Then this episode turns into a recording of my post-screening Q+A with @antonetaalamatkusijanovic filmmaker of Murina. Antoneta won Camera D'Or at last year's Cannes Film Festival, first time filmmaker award. Love this movie. Kino Lorber release it this summer in US. Read more on her here: https://variety.com/2022/film/global/alamat-kusijanovic-murina-cannes-interview-1235204121/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teawithsg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teawithsg/support

Tea with sg
S03E02 Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic - filmmaker - Murina

Tea with sg

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 38:56


Here's Antoneta's interview without the intro (previous episode). Here's our post-screening Q+A with @antonetaalamatkusijanovic filmmaker of Murina. Antoneta won Camera D'Or at last year's Cannes Film Festival, first time filmmaker award. Love this movie. Kino Lorber release it this summer in US. Read more on her here: https://variety.com/2022/film/global/alamat-kusijanovic-murina-cannes-interview-1235204121/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teawithsg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teawithsg/support

CinemAddicts
CinemAddicts 151: Happening, Petite Maman, Hit The Road, The Innocents

CinemAddicts

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 39:22


Bruce Purkey and Eric Holmes are back to preview the first two weeks of May. both of them recommend the French drama Happening and the Iranian feature Hit The Road. Bruce gives a preview of the upcoming thriller The Innocents, and Greg continues to wax poetic about Petite Maman.CinemAddicts and the Find Your Film podcasts will be housed on the rebranded Find Your Film website. Check it out here: https://findyourfilms.com/For exclusive movie interviews, check out Greg Srisavasdi's Deepest Dream YouTube Channel Thanks again for your support, please rate and review CinemAddicts on Apple Podcasts!For our Patreon subscribers, our bonus episode of will have us covering the 1985 movies Runaway Train and Re-Animator.Gillian's Facebook MarketplaceCheck out Anderson Cowan's website:  andersoncowan.comHAVE A CHAT WITH ANDY HERELinks to the promised CCP shorts are below.THE COLD COCKLE SHORTSRULES OF REDUCTIONMORMOANTHE CULT OF CARANOSubscribe to my Andersobn's Channel HereGROUPERS TRAILERPlease Give Groupers a Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score HerePlease Rate It on IMDB HereThe Blu-ray, USGroupers is now available on these platforms:The Blu-ray, InternationalOn AmazonOn Google Play On iTunesOn YoutubeOn Tubi On VuduSupport the show

Cobwebs: A Gothic Cinema Podcast
Ep. 109 - Kino Lorber Blu-rays Vol. 3! (w/ Anthony King & Matt Bledsoe)

Cobwebs: A Gothic Cinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 98:20


It's time for another blu-ray label spotlight! Daniel is joined by Matt Bledsoe (The Film Feast Podcast) and Anthony King (The Cult Movies Podcast) to each pick 4 blu-rays they love from Kino Lorber's Studio Classics series. With wacky comedies, meaningful dramas, frightening thrillers and more, it's a little bit of everything in this episode. Email the show at cobwebspodcast@gmail.com to give feedback and/or request an episode!   The Film Feast Podcast   The Cult Movies Podcast Cobwebs on Twitter: @cobwebspod Cobwebs on Instagram: @cobwebspodcast Daniel on Twitter: @eplerdaniel    Matt on Twitter: @mattbled87   Film Feast on Twitter: @filmfeastpod   Matt on Instagram: @filmfeast   Anthony on Twitter: @akdonelly   Cult Movies on Twitter: @cultmoviespod   www.cobwebspodcast.com

Criterion CULT Film Podcast
Bonus EP 17 (Hit The Road)

Criterion CULT Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 36:40


Hit The Road is a new film from Kino Lorber and directed by Panah Panahi and stars Pantea Pananhiha, Hasan Majuni, Rayan Sarlak and Amin Similar. The Criterion CULT Film Podcast was lucky enough to get to screen the film early courtisy of the folks at Kino Lorber. Hope you CULT members enjoy our review of Hit The Road.     

Find Your Film
Find Your Film 114: Shepherd, Hit The Road, Happening, Easy A

Find Your Film

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 60:30


We review the Tom Hughes headlined thriller Shepherd (7:19), the acclaimed Iranian feature Hit The Road (20:44), the IFC Films drama Happening (33:33), and the Emma Stone feature Easy A (49:09). For movie news, spoilers, and more Find Your Film podcast/video content, check out our website findyourfilms.com! Buy our Find Your Film merch (T-shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Pint Glasses) via findyourfilmpodcast.com!Join our CinemAddicts Facebook Group, where we give Blu-rays and DVDs out weekly to our members!We receive a commission if you purchase/rent films using our Amazon Links for Easy A and Hit The Road.Bruce Purkey's YouTube Channel is RustomireFollow Eric Holmes On Twitter.Find Your Film is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Let's Get Physical (Media)
#32 - March Pick-Ups (2022)

Let's Get Physical (Media)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 66:32


Footage Not Found:  The IU Cinema Podcast
A Place For Film: Episode 71 - Physical Media Isn't Dead, It Just Smells Funny. Blu-ray Reviews for March 2022

Footage Not Found: The IU Cinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 72:46


Full transparency: all Blu-rays reviewed were provided by Criterion, Kino Lorber, Imprint Films, Arrow Video & 88 Films US. On this months episode of Physical Media Isn't Dead, It Just Smells Funny, we have nothing but the biggest bangers. Imprint Films delivers The Odd Couple Collection. Kino Lorber brings Zoot Suit and Shakedown. Arrow Video comes through with awaited releases To Sleep So As To Dream and Come Drink With Me. I sit down with returning guest and martial arts master Jesse Balzer to discuss 88 Films US's releases of Shaolin Mantis and welcome mega surprise Monkey Kung Fu. Finally, I'm pleased to talk about Criterions incredible additions to their collection with The Last Waltz and Love Jones.

The Last Thing I Saw
Ep. 112: S.S. Rajamouli's RRR, Laida Lertxundi, Part Time Wife, Love Letter with R. Emmet Sweeney

The Last Thing I Saw

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 41:05


Ep. 112: S.S. Rajamouli's RRR, Laida Lertxundi's Inner Outer Space, Leo McCarey's Part Time Wife, Kinuyo Tanaka's Love Letter with R. Emmet Sweeney Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I'm your host, Nicolas Rapold. It's time for a good old-fashioned romp through recent viewing, with guest R. Emmet Sweeney of Kino Lorber. He shares his experience with S. S. Rajamouli's new adventure, RRR, as well as the latest work from Laida Lertxundi, a (partial?) Leo McCarey feature that's of a piece with The Awful Truth, and a documentary about stuntmen. Plus: Kinuyo Tanaka's Love Letter. Please support the production of this podcast by signing up at: rapold.substack.com Music: “Tomorrow's Forecast” by The Minarets, courtesy of The Minarets Photo by Steve Snodgrass

The Civil Gore Podcast
APRIL 2022 DISCMEMBERMENT!

The Civil Gore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 60:35


April was light on horror Blu-ray releases this year, but certainly not on quality! Check out our preview of what's hitting retail this month, with incredible new titles such as SCREAM (2022), some underrated gems from Kino Lorber, and an incredible pair of remasters from Vinegar Syndrome!

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 256 - March Collection Update2

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 29:10


In this Collection update episode, Brian goes through a stack of Blu-rays from Paramount, Scream Factory, Severin Films, Kino Lorber, Umbrella Entertainment and more. This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

The Clive Barker Podcast
342 : Now in Ultra UK HD

The Clive Barker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 57:15


his is the BarkerCast, the only Clive Barker Podcast. Don't forget to follow or subscribe so you never miss a release. In episode 342, Jose and Ryan talk about new UHD Blu-Ray releases, what's new in the Clive Barker Archive Threadless store, Anne Bobby's live-stream performance and we catch up all the way to round 3 of thre Duels of Blood.  Go vote at www.duelsofblood.com Sponsor Don Bertram's Celebrate Imagination From the Reef Anne Bobby's Show (Still Standing and Streaming) PatricK K. Walsh Kino Lorber Announces Transmutations 4K UHD Blu-Ray Rawhead Rex also getting a 4K version Candyman 4K UHD Blu-Ray Pre-order from Shout Factory Clive Barker Painting Mugs on the Archive Threadless Store Duels of Blood V5 Round 2  Duels of Blood V5 Round 3 Duels of Blood V5 Round 4 Coming Next  A-Z Commentary: T For Torso: ‘The Brood' Jericho Squad 77 C1E12 Commentary: Mule Skinner Blues And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end.  web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Discord Community Twitter: @BarkerCast| @OccupyMidian Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt All Links and show notes in their Entirety can be found at http://www.clivebarkercast.com

Have You Seen This?
133 - The Jericho Mile

Have You Seen This?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 84:18


Tim and Jen effuse about an early Michael Mann joint for television, the prison story The Jericho Mile!You can buy a beautiful blu-ray of the film from Kino Lorber, but if you just can't wait to see it, it's on YouTube. And we highly recommend it!The 1977 film Short Eyes, based on Miguel Piñero's incendiary play, is free with ads on Tubi.For more Michael Mann, check out our episode on The Keep! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tyler Geis' Basement
The Cult of Kino

Tyler Geis' Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 52:00


In October of 2021, Kino Lorber, a Blu Ray and physical media label launched their streaming platform devoted to cult films from different time periods and all over the world, Kino Cult. Today on the basement we do a dive into the platform and talk about some of the films streaming there right now. It's free if you want to sign up. Upgrading to premium is $49.99 a year : https://www.kinocult.com/app Kino Cult is available also as an app on your phone and on Roku and other streaming platforms. And of course, don't forget to leave a  rating and a review of the podcast on Podbean or Apple Podcasts. And follow the film on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylergeisbasementpod/?hl=en