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Things I've Learned While Learning Other Things
Stanley Kubrick & His Arc of Excellence

Things I've Learned While Learning Other Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:31


Stanley Kubrick's 50 Year Career & Arc of ExcellenceDirectoral ControlDevil in the Details.  PerfectionismUnbelievable depth of ResearchNo formal TrainingAuto-didactScript writing 900 minutes of writing per 1 minute of film80+ Takes on a single scenePointillismLolita, The Shining,  Dr Strangelove,  Clockwork Orange,  Full Metal Jacket,  Paths of Glory 2001 Space Odyssey,  Eyes Wide Shut, Barry Lyndon

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa
The Witch (2015) / Magnolia (1999) - #27 Movie Buff Specialists (Ep 74)

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 60:14


Phil and John continue to journey through their 100 favorite films of all time, today discussing a taut slow burn horror film, and a purposefully sloppy three-hour PTA film. Next up: #26 Arrival (2016) and Interstellar (2014). Interstellar takes the place of 2001: A Space Odyssey which appeared higher on John's list. #Film #PaulThomasAnderson #RobertEggers

Tasteless
I Will Survive: 2001: A Space Odyssey vs Species

Tasteless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:48


Two movies about the thirst for knowledge and a will to survive — it's 2001: A Space Odyssey vs Species. 

Film School
Solaris

Film School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 67:11


There aren't many sci-fi films that can approach 2001: A Space Odyssey. Tarkovsky's Solaris does . . . and it might even surpass it, at least for the two of us. This week, we're talking about the famed Russian director's expressionistic, emotional, hypnotizing dive into science fiction. His mechanism: an alien planet that seems to understand the people in our lives that we've lost and miss the most . . . and gives them to us. We discuss!

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Ep 294: Dance Dance For the Halva Waala

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 290:43


You can lose yourself in cinema -- and you can find yourself in it. Jai Arjun Singh and Subrat Mohanty join Amit Varma in episode 294 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the films in their lives, why we should watch old films, why we should watch new films, why Bollywood and Hollywood and other woods are all great, and why we live in a wonderful technicolor world. This episode is a celebration of cinema! (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. Jai Arjun Singh on Twitter and Instagram. 2. Haal-Chaal Theek Thaak Hai -- Subrat Mohanty and Pavan Jha's podcast. 3. Jai Arjun Singh Lost It at the Movies -- Episode 230 of The Seen and the Unseen. 4. Jabberwock — Jai Arjun Singh's blog. 5. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron: Seriously Funny Since 1983 — Jai Arjun Singh. 6. The World of Hrishikesh Mukherjee -- Jai Arjun Singh. 7. Popcorn Essayists: What Movies do to Writers -- Edited by Jai Arjun Singh. 8. The Golden Era -- Subrat Mohanty's YouTube playlist of 100 lesser-known songs from the golden era of Hindi film music (mostly 1935-65). 9. The Unseen Lata -- Subrat Mohanty's YouTube playlist of 54 lesser-heard songs from Lata Mangeshkar, from 1948 to 1976. 10. Old posts by Subrat Mohanty from the Passion For Cinema web archives. 11. Some Spotify playlists, courtesy Nishant Shah, from Haal-Chaal Theek Thaak Hai episodes: 1, 2, 3, 4. 12. Pavan Jha's YouTube channel. 13. The only 1980s Maltova Mum commercial I could locate from the 1980s. (Couldn't find Singer.) 14. Kashmir Ki Kali -- Shakti Samanta. 15. Mughal-E-Azam -- K Asif. 16. Khuda Nigehbaan Ho -- Song from Mughal-E-Azam, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by Naushad, lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. 17. Cinema Paradiso -- Giuseppe Tornatore. 18. Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan -- talk show by Tabassum.  19. Old episodes of Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan with RD Burman, Deepti Naval, Anand Bakshi and Bhupinder. 20. The Indiana Jones and Superman franchises. 21. The Evil Dead -- Sam Raimi. 22. Sam Raimi, Wes Craven and John Carpenter. 23. The Fugitive and The Bodyguard. 24. The Unbearable Lightness of Being -- Milan Kundera. 25. The Antichrist -- Friedrich Nietzsche. 26. The 400 Blows -- Francois Truffaut. 27. Salò, or The 120 Days of Sodom -- Pier Paolo Pasolini. 28. Łódź Film School and Andrzej Wajda. 29. Do the Right Thing -- Spike Lee. 30. On Exactitude in Science (Wikipedia) -- Jorge Luis Borges. 31. Titus Andronicus -- William Shakespeare. 32. A Chess Story (previously published as The Royal Game) -- Stefan Zweig. 33. The World of Yesterday -- Stefan Zweig. 34. The Friday the 13th franchise. 35. Tracy and Hepburn -- Garson Kanin. 36. Bhimsen Joshi, Mallikarjun Mansur, Kumar Gandharva and Lata Mangeshkar on Spotify. 37. Vijay Anand, Guru Dutt, Raj Kapoor, Bimal Roy and Hrishikesh Mukherjee. 38. Guide -- Vijay Anand. 39. Kaagaz Ke Phool -- Guru Dutt. 40. Jean-Luc Godard and Federico Fellini. 41. Shankar–Jaikishan, Hasrat Jaipuri, Shailendra, Mukesh, KA Abbas, Ramanand Sagar and Kidar Sharma. 42. Aag, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Awaara, Barsaat and Shree 420.43. Nargis and Nadira. 44. Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh -- Song from Shree 420, sung by Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey, music by Shankar-Jaikishan, lyrics by Shailendra. 45. Orson Welles. 46. Squid Game on Netflix. 47. The Immediate Experience -- Robert Warshow. 48. Dil Dhadakne Do, Luck by Chance and Gully Boy -- Zoya Akhtar. 49. Casablanca -- Michael Curtiz. 50. Yudh and Tridev -- Rajiv Rai. 51. Amit Varma's Twitter threads on the MAMI festival from 2018 and 2019. 52. The Art of Translation -- Episode 168 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Arunava Sinha). 53. Dead Poet's Society -- Peter Weir. 54. The desire to help, and the desire not to be helped — Roger Ebert's review of Goodbye Solo. 55. Pauline Kael on Amazon. 56. Dekalog — Krzysztof Kieślowski. (And Roger Ebert's essay on it.) 57. The Dead — John Huston. 58. In the Bedroom -- Todd Field. 59. Devdas (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) and Parineeta (Pradeep Sarkar). 60. Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy and Vikram Seth. 61. Raag Darbari (Hindi) (English) — Shrilal Shukla. 62. PG Wodehouse on Amazon and Wikipedia. 63. Films, Feminism, Paromita — Episode 155 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Paromita Vohra). 64. Dharmyug and Dharamvir Bharati. 65. Andha Yug (Hindi) (English) -- Dharamvir Bharati. 66. Suraj ka Satvaan Ghoda -- Dharamvir Bharati. 67. Gunahon Ka Devta — Dharamvir Bharati. 68. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 69. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 70. Anil Biswas, SD Burman, Chitragupt, Roshan, C Ramchandra and Madan Mohan. 71. Naushad and Aan. 72. Maan Mera Ehsan -- Song from Aan, sung by Mohammad Rafi, music by Naushad, lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. 73. Sebastian D'Souza, Anthony Gonsalves, Ghulam Mohammed and Mohammed Shafi. 74. Khayyam and RD Burman. 75. The Long Tail -- Chris Anderson. 76. The Sound of Music -- Robert Wise. 77. Do-Re-Mi -- Song from The Sound of Music. 78. Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Verdi on Spotify. 79. Tosca -- Giacomo Puccini -- performed at Arena di Verona. 80. Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Lizzo and Billie Eilish on Spotify. 81. About That Time -- Lizzo. 82. Renaissance -- Beyoncé. 83. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil -- Karan Johar. 84. Aar Paar, Geeta Dutt and Eminem. 85. Pet Shop Boys, Guns N' Roses, U2, REM and Stone Temple Pilots on Spotify. 86. Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. 87. How This Nobel Has Redefined Literature -- Amit Varma. 88. Mera Joota Hai Japani -- Song from Shree 420, sung by Mukesh, music by Shankar-Jaikishen, lyrics by Shailendra. 89. Sahir Ludhianvi and Majrooh Sultanpuri. 90. Do Bigha Zamin -- Bimal Roy. 91. Dharti Kahe Pukaar Ke -- Song from Do Bigha Zamin, sung by Manna Dey and Lata Mangeshkar, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Shailendra. 92. Varun Grover Is in the House -- Episode 292 of The Seen and the Unseen. 93. Mondegreen. 94. Tragedy -- Bee Gees. 95. Aap Jaisa Koi -- Song from Qurbani, sung by Nazia Hassan, music by Biddu Appaiah, lyrics by Masth Ali & Shashi Pritam. 96. Ek Akela Is Shaher Mein -- Song from Gharaonda, sung by Bhupinder Singh, music by Jaidev, lyrics by Gulzar. 97. Jonathan Haidt on Amazon. 98. Amar Akbar Anthony and Andrei Tarkovsky. 99. 2001: A Space Odyssey -- Stanley Kubrick. 100. Mirza Ghalib (and the show on him by Gulzar). 101. Roy Lichtenstein, Drowning Girl, Jackson Pollock, René Magritte, Pablo Picasso and the Pre-Raphaelites. 102. The Wire, Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. 103. Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorcese, Quentin Tarantino, Coen Brothers and Preston Sturges. 104. Ball of Fire -- Howard Hawks. 105. The Lady Eve -- Preston Sturges. 106. Barbara Stanwyck and Lawrence Olivier. 107. Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma and Alfred Hitchcock. 108. How to Read and Why -- Harold Bloom. 109. Malayankunju -- Sajimon Prabhakar. 110. Muqaddar Ka Sikandar -- Prakash Mehra. 111. Agatha Christie on Amazon and Wikipedia. 112. Nayak -- Satyajit Ray. 113. Prakash Mehra and Kader Khan. 114. Laawaris -- Prakash Mehra. 115. Don and Majboor. 116. Sample SSR conspiracy theory: He's alive! 117. David Cronenberg. 118. Masaan — Directed by Neeraj Ghaywan and written by Varun Grover. 119. Moonlight — Barry Jenkins. 120. Chacha Bhatija, Parvarish, Amar Akbar Anthony and Dharam Veer -- Manmohan Desai. 121. Man, Woman and Child -- Erich Segal. 122. Man, Woman and Child (1983 film) -- Dick Richards. 123. Masoom -- Shekhar Kapoor. 124. Shyam Benegal, Govind Nihalani, Mani Kaul, Kumar Shahani, Mrinal Sen and Robert Bresson. 125. Au Hasard Balthazar -- Robert Bresson. 126. Uski Roti -- Mani Kaul. 127. Narendra Shenoy and Mr Narendra Shenoy — Episode 250 of The Seen and the Unseen. 128. Calcutta 71 -- Mrinal Sen. 129. Ivan's Childhood, Solaris and Andrei Rublev -- Andrei Tarkovsky. 130. Stanislaw Lem on Amazon and Wikipedia. 131. Cahiers du Cinéma and Mayapuri. 132. Black Friday and Paanch -- Anurag Kashyap. 133. Navdeep Singh, Sudhir Mishra, Neeraj Ghaywan, Raj Kumar Gupta and Rajkumar Kohli. 134. Nagin and Nagina. 135. Jaani Dushman -- Rajkumar Kohli. 136. Three Colors: Blue -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 137. Three Colors: Red -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 138. Three Colors: White -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 139. The Double Life of Veronique -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 140. The legendary Babbar Subhash. 141. Dance Dance -- Babbar Subhash. 142. Aagaya Aagaya Halwa Wala -- Song from Dance Dance. 143. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro -- Kundan Shah. 144. Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar -- Song from CID, sung by Shamshad Begum, Asha Bhosle and Mohammad Rafi., music by OP Nayyar, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. 145. Rote Hue Aate Hain Sab -- Song from Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, sung by Kishore Kumar, music by Kalyani-Anandji, lyrics by Anjaan. 146. Kai Baar Yun Bhi Dekha Hai -- Song from Rajnigandha, sung by Mukesh, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Yogesh. 147. Rim Jhim Gire Saawan -- Song from Manzil, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by RD Burman, lyrics by Yogesh. 148. Andrew Sarris and André Bazin. 149. Sergei Eisenstein and the Odessa Steps sequence. 150. Court — Chaitanya Tamhane. 151. Khosla Ka Ghosla, Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, Love Sex Aur Dhokha, Shanghai and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! -- Dibakar Banerjee. 152. Jean Renoir. 153. Akira Kurosawa and Yasujirō Ozu. 154. Tokyo Story -- Yasujirō Ozu. 155. Rashomon -- Akira Kurosawa. 156. The 2012 Sight and Sound poll of the 100 Greatest Films of All Time. 157. Early Summer -- Yasujirō Ozu. 158. Make Way for Tomorrow -- Leo McCarey. 159. Citizen Kane -- Orson Welles. 160. Vertigo -- Alfred Hitchcock. 161. Setsuko Hara. 162. Sara Akash -- Basu Chatterjee. 163. Bhuvan Shome -- Mrinal Sen. 164. KK Mahajan. 165. One Cut of the Dead -- Shin'ichirō Ueda. 166. Unsane -- Steven Soderbergh. 167. Promising Young Woman -- Emerald Fennell. 168. Psycho -- Alfred Hitchcock. 169. Hitchcock's Films Revisited -- Robin Wood. 170. Picnic at Hanging Rock, Gallipoli, Witness, Dead Poet's Society and The Truman Show -- Peter Weir. 171. Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. 172. John Ford and Girish Shahane. 173. Everything is Cinema -- Don Palathara. 174. Hi Mom! -- Brian De Palma. 175. Taxi Driver -- Martin Scorcese. 176. Joyful Mystery -- Don Palathara. 177. The Postman Always Rings Twice -- Tay Garnett. 178. Treasure of the Sierra Madre -- John Huston. 179. Noir's arc - notes on an excellent anthology -- Jai Arjun Singh. 180. Key Largo -- John Huston. 181. Gun Crazy -- Joseph H Lewis. 182. Sullivan's Travels -- Preston Sturges. 183. O Brother, Where Art Thou? -- Coen Brothers. 184. Winchester '73 and Bend of the River -- Anthony Mann. 185. Shaheed (1948) -- Ramesh Saigal, starring Dilip Kumar. 186. Andaz -- Mehboob Khan. 187. Duniya Na Mane -- V Shantaram. 188. Some Like it Hot and Ace in the Hole -- Billy Wilder. 189. Ernst Lubitsch and James Wong Howe. 190. Sweet Smell of Success -- Alexander Mackendrick. 191. Mere Apne -- Gulzar. 192. Haal Chaal Thik Thak Hai -- Song from Mere Apne, sung by Kishore Kumar and Mukesh, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Gulzar. 193. Mr Sampat -- SS Vasan. 194. Miss Malini -- Kothamangalam Subbu. 195. Mr. Sampath: The Printer Of Malgudi -- RK Narayan. 196. Achhe Din Aa Rahe Hain -- Song from Mr Sampat, sung by Shamshad Begum and ML Vasantakumari, music by Balkrishna Kalla, lyrics by Pandit Indra Chander. 197. Parakh -- Bimal Roy. 198. O Sajna Barkha Bahaar Aayee -- Song from Parakh, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Shailendra. 199. Oonche Log -- Phani Majumdar. 200. Major Chandrakanth -- K Balachander. 201. Jaag Dil-E-Deewana -- Song from Oonche Log, sung by Mohammad Rafi, music by Chitragupt, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. 202. Birendranath Sircar, RC Boral and Timir Baran. 203. PC Barua, Bimal Roy and KL Saigal. 204. Devdas (1936) -- PC Barua. 205. President -- Nitin Bose. 206. Ek Bangla Bane Nyara -- Song from President, sung by KL Saigal, music by RC Boral, lyrcs by Kidar Sharma. 207. Street Singer -- Phani Majumdar. 208. Babul Mora Naihar Chhooto Hi Jaye -- Song from Street Singer, sung by KL Saigal, music by RC Boral, lyrics by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah. 209. Wajid Ali Shah. 210. Shatranj Ke Khilari -- Satyajit Ray. 211. Duniya, Yeh Duniya, Toofan Mail-- Song from Jawab, sung by Kanan Devi, music by Kamal Dasgupta, lyrics by Pandit Madhur. 212. Rajnigandha -- Basu Chatterjee. 213. Rajnigandha/राजनीगंधा -- Mannu Bhandari. 214. The Conversation -- Francis Ford Coppola. 215. Deer Hunter -- Michael Cimino. 216. The Godfather -- Francis Ford Coppola. 217. The Godfather: Part 2 -- Francis Ford Coppola. 218. Sisters -- Brian De Palma. 219. Blow Out -- Brian De Palma. 220. Blowup -- Michelangelo Antonioni. 221. The Long Goodbye and Nashville -- Robert Altman. 222. The Missouri Breaks -- Arthur Penn. 223. The Last Picture Show, Paper Moon, What's Up, Doc? and Targets -- Peter Bogdanovich. 224. This is Orson Welles -- Orson Welles and Peter Bogdanovich. 225. Hitchcock -- Francois Truffaut. 226. Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday, The Big Sleep and To Have and Have Not  -- Howard Hawks. 227. The Big Sleep -- Raymond Chandler. 228. William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway on Amazon. 229. Johny Mera Naam and Jewel Thief -- Vijay Anand. 230. Sholay -- Ramesh Sippy. 231. Back to the Future -- Robert Zemeckis. 232. Mr India -- Shekhar Kapoor. 233. Rahul Rawail, JP Dutta, Mukul Anand and Rajiv Rai. 234. Hathyar and Ghulami -- JP Dutta. 235. Raat Bhat Jaam Se Jaam Takrayega -- Song from Tridev with galaxy of villains. 236. Naseeb -- Manmohan Desai. 237. Dan Dhanoa, Mahesh Anand, Dalip Tahil and Tej Sapru. 238. The Ramsay Brothers! 239. Don't Disturb the Dead: The Story of the Ramsay Brothers -- Shamya Dasgupta. 240. Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche -- Tulsi and Shyam Ramsay. 241. Veerana -- Ramsay Brothers. 242. Purana Mandir -- Ramsay Brothers. 243. Govinda! 244. Ilzaam -- Shibu Mitra. 245. I am a Street Dancer and Main Aaya Tere Liye from Ilzaam. 246. Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction -- Quentin Tarantino. 247. Halloween -- John Carpenter. 248. A Nightmare on Elm Street -- Wes Craven. 249. Scream -- Wes Craven. 250. Terminator 2: Judgment Day -- James Cameron. 251. Mad Max: Fury Road -- George Miller. 252. Nicholas Cage and Keanu Reeves. 253. Wild at Heart -- David Lynch. 254. Red Rock West -- John Dahl. 255. The Last Seduction -- John Dahl. 256. Edward Norton in American History X and Rounders. 257. New Delhi Times -- Ramesh Sharma. 258. Drohkaal -- Govind Niahalani. 259. Gupt and Mohra by Rajiv Rai. 260. Sonam! 261. Wild -- Nicolette Krebitz. 262. Waves -- Trey Edward Shults. 263. Climax -- Gaspar Noé. 264. Mother! -- Darren Aronofsky. 265 Eho — Dren Zherka. 266. The Magic Mountain -- Thomas Mann. 267. Invisible Cities -- Italo Calvino. 268. Cosmicomics -- Itali Calvino. 269. If on a Winter's Night a Traveller -- Italo Calvino. 270. A House For Mr Biswas -- VS Naipaul. 271. A Bend in the River -- VS Naipaul. 272. Middlemarch -- George Eliot. 273. Mrs Dalloway -- Virginia Woolf. 274. To the Lighthouse -- Virginia Woolf. 275. Decline and Fall -- Evelyn Waugh. 276. Scoop -- Evelyn Waugh. 277. Brighton Rock -- Graham Greene. 278. Brighton Rock (1948 film) -- John Boulting. 279. Kingsley Amis and Martin Amis. 280. Lucky Jim -- Kingsley Amis. 281. The Siege Of Krishnapur -- JG Farrell. 282. Alfie -- Lewis Gilbert. 283. Get Carter -- Mike Hodges. 284. Blame it on Rio -- Stanley Donen. 285. Gangs of Wasseypur -- Anurag Kashyap. 286. Tamas -- Govind Nihalani. This episode is sponsored by Capital Mind. Check out their offerings here. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art by Simahina, in a homage to Jackson Pollock.

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Bingkai Suara
[Focus Asia] Singapore GP comeback this year, Adani Gautam, The first asian person to reach world's 3rd richest, QRIS to Support Transactions Among ASEAN Countries and India's Space Odyssey

Bingkai Suara

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 7:14


Welcome to Focus Asia your first window to discover Asia In this first week of September, we have news from India, Singapore, and Indonesia. Find out more episode and listening to Bingkai Suara Podcast. Don't forget to always listen to focus asia every week to update your knowledge about what happens in Asia and updated with our recent news on www.bingkaikarya.com Supported by EJSC Malang

Screen Riot
Patreon’s Season 6 Finale Vote

Screen Riot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 3:43


Patreons! Head over to patreon.com/ScreenRiot and vote for which movie you'd like to see us do for our Season 6 Finale! Here are this season's movies to pick from: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - After uncovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the Lunar surface, a spacecraft is sent to Jupiter to find its origins - a spacecraft manned by two men and the supercomputer H.A.L. 9000.Enemy Mine (1985) - During a long space war, the lives of two wounded enemies become dependent on their ability to forgive and to trust.The Thing (1982) - A research team in Antarctica is hunted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of its victims.Turbo Kid (2015) - In a post-apocalyptic wasteland in 1997, a comic book fan adopts the persona of his favorite hero to save his enthusiastic friend and fight a tyrannical overlord. Join Our Community Sign Up for Email Updates | Patreon | Facebook | Twitter | Reddit Visit our online shop! https://shop.screenriot.net

Filmic Notion™ Podcast
080 - 2001: A Space Odyssey con Gerardo Alemán

Filmic Notion™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 28:59


Contento por la selección de esta semana: 2001: A Space Odyssey, película épica y obra maestra de sci-fi del año 1968 producida y dirigida por Stanley Kubrick. El guión fue escrito por Kubrick y Arthur C. Clarke. 2001 se destaca por su descripción  precisa del espacio, los efectos especiales y su cinematografía. Fue nominada a cuatro Premios de la Academia, ganando Kubrick el premio por efectos visuales. Espero que disfruten del episodio :)

Art and Obsolescence
Episode 050: Arthur Jafa

Art and Obsolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 74:26 Very Popular


This week on the show we're in the artist's studio visiting the one and only Arthur Jafa. From his extensive work in cinema, to his video art, sculpture, and other mixed media work shown in a contemporary art context – AJ's work is often an embodiment of Black identity in America, and he is often cited with being a leader among a generation of artists creating defining a distinctly Black cinematic language. This extends as well into current projects on the more infrastructural / business side of the film industry in the form of his project Sun Haus. Visiting with AJ and hearing his story was a real treat, and it is one with many twists and turns – in our chat we trace his story all the way from growing up in Tupelo Mississippi in the 60s and 70s to today. and he takes us deeply inside the full kaleidoscope of influences, vibrations, and inspirations that he picked up along the way, and has integrated into his work as an artist and film maker: From gospel music – to James White and the Contortions, and from Oscar Micheaux to 2001 a Space Odyssey. Tune in to hear AJ's story!This episode is brought to you thanks the generous support of the Kramlich Art FoundationLinks from the conversation with Arthur Jafa> SunHaus: https://sunhaus.us/> Gladstone Gallery: https://www.gladstonegallery.com/artist/arthur-jafa/worksGet access to exlusive content - join us on Patreon!> https://patreon.com/artobsolescenceJoin the conversation:https://twitter.com/ArtObsolescencehttps://www.instagram.com/artobsolescence/Support artistsArt and Obsolescence is a non-profit podcast, sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, and we are committed to equitably supporting artists that come on the show. Help support our work by making a tax deductible gift through NYFA here: https://www.artandobsolescence.com/donate

Sitcom Showdown
SS094 - Taxi

Sitcom Showdown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 58:06


Taxi is nominated by Steve for the episode 'Reverend Jim a Space Odyssey'. This highly decorated sitcom is sure to impress Jeffers, with a killer cast including Judd Hirsch, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza, Andy Kaufman, Danny DeVito and of course Christopher Lloyd.  

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 86:57


The Drunk Guys ask HAL to open the beer bay doors this week when they discuss 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick. HAL let's them have: Deep Orbit Sigma Draconis by Other Half, Deep Orbit Cosmos Redshift by Other Half, and Pastrinauts by Other Half

Entertain This!
2001 A Space Odyssey trivia Ep 119

Entertain This!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 52:50


In this episode Hayden reviews his punishment of ‘The Masked Rider'.  Then we have reviews for Vengeance (movie), Friday Night Lights (tv), and My Friend Pedro (game). We then have news and rumors for each category.  Lastly we talk and have trivia about 2001 a Space Odyssey between Mitch and Tom.Support the show

Three Blokes and Some Content
2001: A Space Odyssey- Space Baby!

Three Blokes and Some Content

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 43:19


2001: A Space Odyssey is a film that has dominated the talk in the world of movies and has been vastly influential for over 50 years. Watching it with fresh eyes, does it hold up and how does it play with 2022 eyes? Kyle, Dylan, and Zach discuss it in this classic movie review.

Science Fiction University
Ep 10: When Aliens Are Truly Alien

Science Fiction University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 48:48


We discuss Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film, "2001:  A Space Odyssey,"  Andrei Tarkovsky's 1972 film, “Solaris,”  and Denis Villeneuve's 2016 film, “Arrival.”    More at ScienceFictionUniversity.com.  Support our ad-free show at our Patreon!  Patreon.com/scifiuSupport the show

Sanity at the Movies
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Sanity at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 146:01


"So completely absorbed in its own problems – its use of colour and space, its fanatical devotion to science-fiction detail – that it's somewhere between hypnotic and immensely boring. The uncompromising slowness of the movie makes it hard to sit through without talking – and people on all sides when I saw it were talking almost throughout the film. Very annoying." --from the original New York Times review of 2001: A Space Odyssey. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture
NOPE Film Symbolism Analysis of the Occult: Hollywood Apocalypse, 2001, Scarlet Woman & Crowley!

Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 91:24


**JOIN ME for the YouTube premier video version of the show and we can chat about this show: Meet me at this link on Tuesday August 16th at 1PM EST: https://youtu.be/8hJGR_MM_PQWe break down the new Jordan Peele film NOPE! Join along as we go through this thing scene by scene and break down the hidden messages and symbols that Peele placed for us to decode. Symbolism we talk about today includes Biblical prophecy of the Apocalypse, the Four Horsemen, Aleister Crowley-anity, All Seeing Eye, UFOs, UAPs, Ancient Aliens, Jack Parsons, Scarlet Woman, Whore of Babylon, the first film ever, connections to Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, Book of Enoch, the Watchers, Nihilism, and OF COURSE how it fits into my theories laid out in my two alien books "Aliens, UFOs & the Occult: Use Your Illusion I & II"! We'll also go into detail on the appearance of this UFO/UAP and what it's based upon... Peep all the images discussed on the show at Instagram.com/IsaacWeishaupt PLOT SPOILERS ON THIS EPISODE AND THOSE INSTAGRAM IMAGES!!!Get bonus content AND go commercial free + other perks:* VIP: Due to the threat of censorship, I set up a Patreon-type system through MY OWN website! It's the VIP section of illuminatiwatcher.com! It's even setup the same: FREE ebooks, Kubrick's Code video! Sign up at: https://illuminatiwatcher.com/members-section/ * PATREON: almost identical to VIP Section; you can join the conversations with hundreds of other show supporters here: Patreon.com/IlluminatiWatcher Show sponsors- Get discounts while you support the show and do a little self improvement! 1. CHECK OUT: The Prophecy on Audible! Audible.com/Prophecy2. ATTENTION CRYPTO NERDS!!! CopyMyCrypto.com/Isaac is where you can copy James McMahon's crypto holdings- listeners get access for just $13. Get 10% off your first month of starting your happier life at BetterHelp.com/IlluminatiWatcher 4. Free 30 day trial to great audiobooks at Audible.com/Illuminati (or text “illuminati” to 500-500)More from Isaac- special offers:1. Check out another free podcast I make with my wife called the BREAKING SOCIAL NORMS podcast- it's all about the truther (me) lovingly debating conspiracies with a normie (my wife)! Go to BreakingSocialNorms.com You can get it free wherever you listen to podcasts (e.g. Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-social-norms/id1557527024?uo=4). You can get the Uncensored and commercial-free option at Patreon.com/BreakingSocialNorms3. Signed paperbacks, coffee mugs, shirts, & other merch: Gumroad.com/IsaacW5. Get 3 books for $5: https://illuminatiwatcher.com/how-to-get-free-books/6. ALIENS, UFOS & THE OCCULT IS NOW UP ON AMAZON AND AUDIBLE (*author narrated): https://amzn.to/3j3UtZz7. Enjoy some audiobooks and support the show! Go to Audible.com/Illuminati or text “Illuminati” to 500-500 to start your free 30 day FREE trial8. If you want to hear more from me AND also want to support the show, search for "Isaac Weishaupt" on Audible and pick up my narrated audiobooks! My most popular book- THE DARK PATH! https://www.audible.com/pd/B0759MN23F/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-095441&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_095441_rh_us AND the popular alien books USE YOUR ILLUSION are also on Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/B08NRXFNDM/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-223105&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_223105_rh_us*Want to advertise/sponsor our show?
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RTÉ - Arena Podcast
Kilkenny Arts Festival - 2001 Space Odyssey - Album reviews

RTÉ - Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 53:05


Mezzo soprano Anne Sofie von Otter & Nicholas Cords of string quartet Brooklyn Rider bring their Songs of Love and Death to Kilkenny Arts Festival - In the latest of his book-to-screen adaptations, Declan Burke looks at 2001: A Space Odyssey - Brian Boyd & Andrea Cleary on the latest albums from, Calvin Harris - Maggie Rogers - Jamie T

Cinematic Fantastic
The Invisible Man (1933)

Cinematic Fantastic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 124:48


The grand finale!! (Of season 1, that is! We've got too much to come!) In this episode: Jason prevents the production's ghostly hand from pinching his nose as he talks about it, and they both investigate the surface of the complex character that is Mr. Griffin.And William rounds out the season with a plot as solid as a man but as imperceptible as an Invisible Man!And our 1st season will have "A grand finish-up with a broken neck!" ------ Music by RoccoW Welcome! (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Sweet Self Satisfaction (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Local Forecast - Slower by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3988-local-forecast---slower License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Audio clips from movies: The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Wolf Man, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Godzilla (1954), Invisible Man, Frankenstein (1931) Audio clips from movies: The Invisible Man (1933) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinematic-fantastic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinematic-fantastic/support

REALITY CHECK
2001 A Space Odyssey Commentary by Jay Weidner

REALITY CHECK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 142:23


This is a completely different kind of experience and will take you to outer space. Jay Weidner gives us his commentary on the legendary science fiction classic Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. Jay shares his views on the esoteric nature of this film and shows us that it is really an alchemical metaphor. Just close your eyes, turn up the volume or get your headphones, sit, relax and we will take you on a journey to another planet.

Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast
92. Stanley Kubrick's Birthday Celebration: 2001 A Space Odyssey & The Shining

Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 104:09


For our 92nd episode, Austin welcomes back friend-of-the-show Sam "The Movie Man" Watermeier to discuss two classics by Stanley Kubrick, seeing as how it was recently Kubrick's birthday. So this posthumous celebration of birth focuses on 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) and The Shining (1980). All that and more on Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast. Enjoy!0:00 - Intro4:15 - 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)49:30 - The Shining (1980)1:41:45 - Outro You can find Sam Watermeier's work at Midwest Film Journal. He is also a member of the Indiana Film Journalist Association. Please subscribe to Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast wherever you get your podcasts! Also, follow us on social media to get updates on all of the exciting things we have coming up!Facebook: www.Facebook.com/mediumcoolpodInstagram: MediumCoolPodTwitter: @MediumCoolPod / Host's Twitter: @AustinGliddenLetterboxd: www.letterboxd.com/AustinGliddenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCloDyC7c094vxCxUDlc0-XQEmail: MediumCoolPod@gmail.com

Uncensored Cinefiles
Space Odyssey 2001: Film Review, Esoteric and Occult Analysis - The Nazi Connection

Uncensored Cinefiles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 94:51


This is the Uncensored Cinefiles film review of Space Odyssey 2001 and occult analysis and esoteric meanings decoded. What are the hidden secrets hidden in the classic Stanley Kubrick Space Odyssey 2001? Did Stanley Kubrick hide occult secrets in his film Space Odyssey 2001? Are some of these secrets showing the Nazi infiltration of the USA and NASA? Is Stanley showing us the secrets of the secret military space program? From the Monolith having multiple meanings from the Foundation Stone to the TV screen, the movie requires an in depth review. The Project Horizon and the Lunex Project, to the X-37B what did Stanley know about a secret military moon base? Follow us on Social Media: Bianca Garner: https://twitter.com/TheMisfitcritic Ghost of Captain Titus Frost: https://twitter.com/ImperatorTruth Come Deep dive conspiracy with the crew: https://rokfin.com/Captain_Titus_Frost 

Cinematic Fantastic
Son of Kong (1933)

Cinematic Fantastic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 88:05


Timestamps: 01:51 - Production/Cast; 1:01:41 - Plot A pretty OK movie but a travesty of it's franchise's former glory, we welcome: SON OF KONG! [crickets] Well... In this episode: William gives what little we know of the production of this movie.Also, Jason arrives to Dakang to watch this EXTREMELY AMAZING plot unfold, and they talk about all of it's shortcomings.And Kiko has a face only his unmentioned and therefore half-nonexistent mother could love! ------ Music by RoccoW Welcome! (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Sweet Self Satisfaction (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Local Forecast - Slower by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3988-local-forecast---slower License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Audio clips from movies: The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Wolf Man, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Godzilla (1954), Invisible Man, Frankenstein (1931) Audio clips from movies: Son of Kong (1933) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinematic-fantastic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinematic-fantastic/support

First Timers Movie Club
Planet of the Apes

First Timers Movie Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 113:03


Let's get into a spaceship and test some theories of time travel in an episode Patrick's been wanting to do since the beginning of the podcast and Lolo's been dreading it's the original “Planet of the Apes”. We recently talked about this film in our “2001: A Space Odyssey” episode and compared ape makeup between the two having both been released the same year. (Planet of the Apes took home a honorary Academy Award for their make up while 2001 confused audiences about whether the apes were real or not.) In this episode we talk about how they made this inventive film on such a tight budget, the dawning of “ape mania” and the franchise it spawned and the powerful politics of this film that are as relevant today as the day it was made. Vote for us for Best Podcast in Kansas City here: https://vote.thepitchkc.com/arts-and-entertainment/best-local-podcastNew episodes of First Timers Movie Club come out every other Friday so click SUBSCRIBE and rate us five stars to make sure you don't miss our next episode!Have a favorite (or least favorite) famous movie that you think we should've seen? Reach out to IX Film Productions on Twitter, Instagram or email and we'll add it to our list!Follow IX Film Productions for podcast updates, stand up comedy, original web shorts and comedy feature films at:Facebook: www.facebook.com/ixfilmproductionsTwitter: www.twitter.com/ixproductionsInstagram: @IXProductionsYouTube: www.youtube.com/ixfp"First Timers Movie Club" is brought to you by IX Film Productions."Making the World a Funnier Place one Film at a Time"MusicThe Curtain Rises by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5007-the-curtain-risesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!
Blood on the Tracks Episode 57: Unused Scores Part 1.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:38


Since film first began to have music accompanying it, be it played live in a theatre during the screening of a silent film, or just being part of the soundtrack of the film itself, as we are all familiar with today, scores have been written, recorded, and then thrown away, usually by directors and producers, for various reasons. This week Lee has decided to set foot on the tip of the iceberg that is unused film scores. He anticipates many more episodes on this topic to come in the future. --The Foraging & The Dawn of Man from "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) --Alex North; Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith --Main Titles from "Chinatown" (1969) --Phillip Lambro --Suite & Rock Ballad from "The Exorcist" (1973) --Lalo Schifrin --Into the Jungle; Delta & Orange Light from "Apocalypse Now" (1979) --David Shire --The Morgue from "Wolfen" (1981) --Craig Safan --Main Titles from "Something Wicked this Way Comes" (1983) --Georges Delerue --Hellraiser Theme; The Hellbound Heart & Box Theme from "Hellraiser" (1987) --Coil Opening and closing music: Magic and Ecstasy from "Exorcist II: The Heretic" by Ennio Morricone, and The Shadow of the Killer from "Death Rage" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.

SCIFI SNAK
Ep. 97: Arthur C. Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey

SCIFI SNAK

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 49:18


I 1964 blev Arthur C. Clarke kontaktet på Sri Lanka af Kubrick, som drømte om at lave "en god Science Fiction Film." Med udgangspunkt i Clarke's "The Sentinel" udarbejdede de to i samarbejde Romanen og Manuskriptet til 2001: A Space Odyssey. Indlægget Ep. 97: Arthur C. Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey blev først udgivet på SCIFI SNAK.

Sci-Fi 5
Stanley Kubrick - July 26, 1928 (Ft. Raymond Benson)

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 5:01


Today's Sci-Fi 5 looks back at the immensely influential filmmaker career of Stanley Kubrick, with special guest and film historian Raymond Benson focusing on the genre-defining "2001: A Space Odyssey". Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Johnny Kolasinki  Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi  Music by Devin Curry

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
Sci-Fi 5 Stanley Kubrick - July 26, 1928 (Ft. Raymond Benson)

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 5:01


Today's Sci-Fi 5 looks back at the immensely influential filmmaker career of Stanley Kubrick, with special guest and film historian Raymond Benson focusing on the genre-defining "2001: A Space Odyssey". Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Johnny Kolasinki  Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi  Music by Devin Curry

The Good, The Bad, and The Movies

If you loved or hated either "Top Gun" or "2001: A Space Odyssey", oh boy do we have a movie for you this week. This week, we watched "Stealth", a film about elite trained Navy fighter pilots who are joined by a new AI pilot that gains self-awareness and ends up making its own decisions. Sounds eerily similar right? This movie is loaded with action, CGI, the hottest Incubus album from 2005, and it is all done by someone not named Michael Bay. How much net profit did this blockbuster movie end up making? What happened to Seth's arm? And what is the perfect template to make it huge on "American Idol"? Tune in this week to find out all these answers and more, but only on "The Good, The Bad, & The Movies"! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tgtbtm/message

The Free Zone w/ Freeman Fly
Nemesis Star – James Bartley

The Free Zone w/ Freeman Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 56:52 Very Popular


In the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, a virus is the cover for an alien invasion. Could COVID be the cover for something much bigger? An extinction level event? An alien invasion? You may not have noticed that during the COVID Lockdown, General Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy would be "combatant commander" during this state of emergency. […]

Thank the Academy
Academy Archives: 2001: A Space Odyssey and Bosley Crowther

Thank the Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 56:58


In this episode we discuss Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, its ground-breaking special effects, the future of the science fiction genre, and Kubrick's only Oscar win. We also discuss New York Times film critic Bosley Crowther, the indelible impact he had on Hollywood, the film industry, and American culture, his classic and signature writing style, and some of the reviews that made him popular. -- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thanktheacademypodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thankacademypod Email us your thoughts: thanktheacademypod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thank-the-academy/support

Sins of the Father
Phlogiston Funk Episode 1: To the Edge of the Sphere!

Sins of the Father

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 104:27


A group of freelance spelljammers find themselves under attack and consequently are set on a path to discover the mystery of the Crystal Spheres. Join our Discord: discord.gg/PxbfcpTJu2 Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/mistconceptionspod Cast: Occam (they/them; @occamsockemrobo) as the DM, David (he/him; @MrBananaShoes) as Hal (he/him), Jackson (he/him; @5olaireOf4stora) as Tervin (he/him), Marlo (she/they; @MarloBoggwitch) as Hazel (she/her),  Hamnah (any/all; @hshahid_) as Zoha Kassem (they/them), Type-0 (he/him; @Type0_) as Marria (she/her) Evy (she/her; @EvyStory) as Sirvaal (she/her) Music in this episode: Different Universe by Neil Cross,  Tranced Out by Neil Cross,  Melancoleast by Neil Cross,  Hall of Dreams by Humans Win,  Space Odyssey by Simon Jomphe Lepine, Dub Electronica Dirty Music by Bobby Cole,  Groovy Dubstep Music by Bobby Cole,  Ladder to the Sun by Simon Jomphe Lepine,  Dark Synth Retrowave by Oleksandr Koltsov,  Spacetime by bzur,  Mystical Space Horror by Bobby Cole  

Something About the Beatles
237: The Dream is Over with Dan Richter

Something About the Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 85:56


He's known to millions, in the words of Arthur C. Clarke, as “The most famous unknown actor in the world.” Richter was a mime (and a poet) during the 1960s, but also gained cinematic immortality as "Moonwatcher" in the iconic "Dawn of Man" sequence in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. This in itself would be enough to stir our interest, but Dan was also intimately involved with John and Yoko as a personal assistant for five years, during which time he helped manage their film and recording projects while kicking his heroin habit. He tells his story in compelling detail in his book, The Dream is Over: London in the 60's, Heroin and John and Yoko.  Joining the conversation is guest co-host Ian McNabb (see SATB 234). The conversation covers Dan's time with the Lennons, as well as work on 2001 with Stanley Kubrick.   

Mason and Friends show
Episode 667: episode 667

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 50:50


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases movie trivia. reefer madness, 2001: A Space Odyssey, https://promo.shenyun.com/see-china-before-communism/ Mike's day at Kennedy Center, organ harvest? Kennedy Center Masks, dish towel spinning, pole dancers, ribbon dancers, narative musical style, Greece with a side of Mumbo Sauce, ill Drummer, Bad Bamma, correct change days, booth, inconsiderate folks, move the truck, do your shit, they need it, stacked. crazy bar stories, cumulative knowledge, patient priviledge, ghost swayze, bar tending, Mike in the warehouse, chicken juice, been that way, still there, propper driving location, riding with Mike, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5OTZ3u4yflOH4XrxGPRmSN?si=e8b4e46ae5414aaf support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Arts & Ideas
The Daleks

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 45:45


The Daleks are back! As restorations of the two 1960s Dr Who films are rereleased in British cinemas, Matthew Sweet lifts the lid on the most memorable monsters of post-war British science fiction. Expert guests will have 2000 rels - that's 45 earth minutes - to explore Dalek culture, politics and philosophy, and to explore how Terry Nation's creations carry the weight of the second world war, the cold war and contemporary arguments about race and difference. Matthew is joined by Roberta Tovey, who played the Doctor's granddaughter Susan in the 1960s film adaptation of the Dalek stories; Nicholas Briggs, who uses a voice modulator to give us the voice of the Daleks; political journalist Stephen Bush; and by Jonn Elledge, whose blog A Misadventure In Space And Time charts his project of watching every available episode of Doctor Who in order, from 1963 to today. Plus, the writer, actor, director and producer Mark Gatiss. Doctor Who And The Daleks and Daleks: Invasion Earth are being given a 4K restoration and screenings in UK cinemas across the summer. Producer: Luke Mulhall You can find more discussions about key tv programmes, films, books and art in our playlist on the Free Thinking programme website called Landmarks which runs from 2001 Space Odyssey and Jaws to writing by Hannah Arendt, Simone De Beauvoir and John Wyndham

STAB!
STAB! 307 – Celebrity Funk

STAB!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 51:41


In this weirdly pungent and recognizable episode of the STAB! show, Dolph Lungren scented host Jesse Jones welcomes the famous potpourri panel of Marco Cabodi, Becky Lynn & Jaclyn Weiand to share their various NDCAs, bootlegs of The Voice, 2001: A Space Odyssey, & Charlie Brown, recipes for a giggle fit, the person who texts … Continue reading »

Middle Class Film Class
Gab & Chatter: Indepence Day / Withnail & I / Arrival / Bad Grandpa / Men in Black

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 64:56


On this episode: Gentleminions have invaded theaters, Jeff Goldblum in the new Thor movie and MCFC crashes TikTok. PLUS Joseph's reaches mach 8, the month of Hollywood passings continue, and Batman was never meant to be serious. In news: Crazy Eyes, Mr Deeds, Willem Dafoe, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Illumination, Steve Carrell, gentleminions, Batman, Dark Knight Rises, Despicable Me, Thor: Love and Thunder, Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi, Jeff Goldblum, Seen it a Million Times, Zoolander, Arrival, Shallow Hal, 2001 a Space Odyssey, Marriage Story, Paranormal, Brothers Grimm, Roma, Alfonso Cuaron, Top Gun: Maverick, Mel Gibson, Chicken Run, Miles Tellers, Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible 11, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Tony Sirico, Joe Turkel, Phillip Baker Hall, The Sopranos, Trailer Park boys, Slash Film, Christian Bale, The Batman, Adam West, Jack Nicholson, Michael Keaton, Tim Burton, Emo Goofy, George Clooney, Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Riseshttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Joseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:Independence Day - Amazon Prime, Hulu, DirecTV, TNT, TBS ,TruTVMen In Black (MIB) -DirecTV, TNT, TBS, TrueTVArrival - Amazon Prime, Paramount, EpixWithail & I - HBO Max, Criterion ChannelBad Grandpa - Amazon Prime, Paramount, Epix, DirecTVJennifer's Body - Amazon Prime

We Are Everywhere
Episode 23 - Tim Bangert

We Are Everywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 66:07


This week's guest is Tim Bangert! After a few failed attempts by some friends to get Phish to stick in Tim's ears he finally took the plunge and went to The Great Went, and the rest is history! After The Great Went, the majority of Tim's Phish shows fell into the years of '98 & '99. We talked about Tim's First show experience, some of his favorite jams, the songs he is chasing, and what member of Phish he would most like to meet. To be featured on a future episode, shoot an email to sttf.weareeverywhere@gmail.com Tim summed up his trip to The Great Went in an essay that you can read below.   How did I end up in Limestone, Maine, in August of 1997 to see a band in which I had relatively little interest? I will start the tale of my first Phish show a few years prior to that. I did know a little of the band and had a few friends loan me their music telling me how great they were, but even with all the music I chased down in used music stores and played on a weekly college radio shows, Phish was a barely part of it. The first time I recall hearing the name of the band was in 1992 in a local radio ad for a Santana concert. Funny story there is that the announcer said, “with special guest Phish,” over Santana's “All I Ever Wanted.” I only knew the few Santana songs in K-SHE 95's rotation (“Black Magic Woman,” “Oye Como Va”), so my brain immediately associated “All I Ever Wanted” with Phish. Thinking about it, that might be a fun cover for Phish to play. Phish obviously wasn't getting played on local commercial stations in St. Louis, so that was that. The following winter in college a guy named Joe who lived across the hall from me told me I had to listen to Phish. He handed me a copy of A Picture of Nectar. I am not certain how much of it I listened to, but I think I thought it was too goofy and underproduced as it jumped from the manic “Llama” to gentle “Eliza” and so on. I still think it's goofy and underproduced but in a much more endearing way. A short while later my cousin came to visit me at school. She was a senior in high school and brought a copy of Junta along. I remember hearing “Fee” and once again thinking what a goofy band this was. Why were people recommending them to me? What was I missing here? Later that year she made me a mix tape that include The Mango Song. A strange one to hand anyone to say, hey, listen to this band! Somehow it wound its daft way into my brain with every listen. I think I thought the piano had a bit of Vince Guaraldi's sound from all the Charlie Brown specials. In the fall of 1994, a fellow RA named Matt asks me if I play any music by Phish on my weekly college radio show. I tell him I had heard a bit, but they never did it for me. He hands me a copy of the just-released Hoist and says to give it another shot. I immediately liked the opening track “Julius” and played it on my show. I recall liking “Down with Disease,” “Sample in a Jar,” and possibly “Wolfman's Brother” enough that I dubbed the whole thing and had it on a steady rotation in my car's cassette deck. There were a few songs I always skipped past. “Lifeboy,” “Dog Faced Boy,” and “Demand” come to mind. I'm still not big on them and oddly enough they are the three that I have never seen live (“Riker's Mailbox” and “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” notwithstanding). Jump ahead to spring of 1996 and Andy Rosenhack, who worked in the dorms with me and showed me how to run the board and queue up songs at WRBU, returned to Peoria for Senior Walk (that's a whole different story). We were out to lunch with a group of friends and he starts telling me about going to see Phish and how great it was. His first show was the 12/7/95 Niagara Falls show. He was also talking a lot about seeing DMB and how great they were, which I think steered the conversation because by that point DMB was pretty big on the radio. I'm pretty sure I was evangelizing for Wilco around that point in time, which seemed pretty not-Phish. That summer I moved out to Colorado for a short time. Phish was in the news, as their four-night stand at Red Rocks was marred by the weird clashes taking place in Morrison by fans unable to get tickets to the shows. I was nowhere near it and Phish still was not really on my radar. I moved back to Illinois in early 1997, bounced around looking for work, and ended up with a contract job in the suburbs of Chicago. It was a pretty dreary time and I was looking for a way to get out of the rut that was surely forming in the 8-to-5 world of I.T. Andy contacts me and says I should come see Phish with him. Where are they playing? Why, in Maine! It's a festival! I tell him sure, why not. I've been at my job a few months and deserve some time off, right? He sent me two 90-minute cassettes to prep me for the show. The first was set 2 of the first night of the Clifford Ball 1. It's an interesting set covering a wide range of styles. The second tape was a doozy that probably made me say “What the hell is this?” It was the Bomb Factory Tweezerfest set. Really, is that what you hand somebody when you want them to listen to live Phish for the first time? It was out there. We wrangled another college friend Bill Korbecki to come along for the road trip. Bill lived near Chicago, so I had company for the drive to Rochester. If I recall correctly, we drove the northern route through Detroit and Niagara to get to Andy's place in Rochester, New York. Ah, for the days when crossing into and out of Canada didn't require a passport or a lot of suspicion. We didn't head straight up to the show, though. Andy was working as a day camp counselor that summer. Bill and I tagged along to help out, as they were making tie-dye t-shirts that day. I made mine out of a Sugar 1994 Tour shirt 2. That evening Bill and I hung out at Andy's place because he had tickets to take his girlfriend to see James Taylor. When he returned from the JT show we took off for Maine. It couldn't be that far, right? It's just getting to Massachusetts and then through a sliver of New Hampshire. Ha. Little did I realize how remote this concert would be. The route couldn't be easier. Take I-90 east until it hits I-95 outside Boston. Head north on I-95 until the final exit before New Brunswick. Hop off and go north on US-1 and follow the traffic jam to the decommissioned Loring Air Force Base. I remember hearing on the radio local kids in Arastook County were out of school for potato harvest. The residents in the area were curious about the parade of cars winding northward, but they were gracious nonetheless. Getting to the lot the morning of the show we were parked far back on the right side of the runway. The scale of it was overwhelming. Where the heck was the stage? Attempting to piece together the first day of music here. The walk to the concert grounds was far but did not feel that way. Too many interesting people and too much interesting merchandise being hawked. I don't remember much of the festival area. Andy did paint on one of the wooden planks flanking the area. Those planks would become part of the sculpture that evolved on the scaffolding to the right of the stage. I think Andy met Page in that time, too. I had no clue who any of the band were. 1 Split Open and Melt, Sparkle, Free, The Squirming Coil, Waste, Talk, Train Song, Strange Design, Hello My Baby, Mikes Song, Simple, Contact & Weekapaug Groove. 2 I can't believe I did that. My apologies to Bob Mould. The show started late that afternoon. “Makisupa Policeman” holds the honor of the first live song I saw Phish play. Keyword? “Goo balls.” Me being the neophyte I am, I thought Trey said “blue balls.” Ha. I had no idea the significance of the partial “Harpua” that followed. That day warped me for how long an opening set should be at around 100 minutes. I later learned listening to the tapes that the first few songs were a de facto soundcheck. Looking back it's strange to think I got a daytime YEM (it's hard to think of it without the lights) and a beautiful solo to end “Squirming Coil.” Page's words after his bow? “Stick around.” I knew only two songs they played that day. “Wolfman's Brother” to open the second set and “Julius” to close it out. That helped keep things familiar for me. I was worn out late in the third set and told the guys I would meet them back at the car, so I listened to the encore from afar. Not knowing much of anything, I obviously missed the late-night DJ set the band put on in the disco tent. The next morning was crisp and bright. Flyers had been circulating requesting participants for a mass photo shoot. The catch? It called for folks to doff their clothes. Anyone hearing this story would think I was the one who had to be dragged into such an event, but the opposite is the case. I told Bill and Andy that we should be in the photo. They thought I was bluffing and said if I was in, they'd be in, too. So sometime late that morning I led them to the staging area to sign waivers, drop our clothes near some bike racks, and parade out onto an empty stretch of runway in our birthday suits with 1,100 other people. It was not as nerve-wracking as I thought it might be. For our participation, we were supposed to be sent a copy of the photo, but unfortunately, I was bouncing between addresses at the time and mine never made it to me. Andy did receive his. The photo is rather morbid in my eyes. It's monochrome and looks like a thousand corpses lined up on pavement, which completely belies the festive atmosphere of the shoot. While I did not receive the poster, there is proof of me in one of the pictures in 1998's The Phish Book. Yep. My caveat for anyone seeing that page in the book is that northern Maine mornings are chilly. ;) We meandered about that day. I was amazed at all the vending taking place, though I was still too green to understand references to songs or other cultural touchstones. I did buy a lot shirt, though. It was tie-dye, had a Phish logo with Summer Tour 97 around it, and on the back a faux Maine license plate with GR8-WENT. It cost me $5 because it had some rips in the front and was the last of the vendor's lot. I don't think I ever wore it, but it's still stowed away too cherished to be thrown out. I remember much more of the second day of music. I loved the song “The Wedge” the moment they opened with it. Limestone blocks so large, indeed. After the set we wandered a bit for food and water. Getting back into the concert area we ended up about 20 to 25 rows back Page side. The place was buzzing as the night and cool air creeped in. One anomaly of this show that I did not realize was Fish not wearing his trademark donut dress. He was in jeans that weekend. For the second night he had on a fleece adorned winter hat. Trey also had on a warm striped beanie for the second set. They kicked off the set with “Down With Disease” which I knew from good old Hoist. The song raged on for twenty minutes and then dropped down to a simple little guitar and bass conversation between Trey and Mike, as Page and Fish stepped to two easels on the stage. We could see the two of them painting on shaped boards, similar to those Andy had painted on in the festival area. Trey played the chords of “Bathtub Gin” as Fish found his way back to the drum kit. The song was new to me, but it's so catchy. The cadence of lyrics at first reminded me of Bob Dylan's “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and of course was familiar with its Gershwin quotes throughout. Something clicked for me right then and there. Little did I know this would be one of the signature live jams of the band's career, but I did know something special was happening. It's a version that never loses steam and never grows stale on repeated listenings. There's a group on Facebook called “The Great Went Bathtub Gin Changed My Life.” I did not start the group, but I certainly understand why it was created. The song is 20 minutes of inspired playing and improvisation. As Gin wound down and melted into the quick bluegrass fix of “Uncle Pen,” we were only halfway through the set. The next 45 minutes would be just as inspired. The next song was just as familiar because Strauss' “Also Sprach Zarathustra” is embedded in the DNA of anyone alive after 2001: A Space Odyssey. More painting, this time Trey and Mike stepping to the easels while Fish and Page keep the jam going. What's up with all this painting, anyway? As 2001 fades into what becomes known as “Art Jam” on tapes, Trey tells us about creating art with the audience. The band's planks are crowd surfed over to the scaffolding where all the planks painted by festival-goers hang in one crazy pile. The spotlight is on the newly created sculpture as the band kicks into “Harry Hood.” Another new one for me, but it's a glorious swell. As “Hood” drops into the post “Thank you, Mr. Miner” jam, Trey asks Chris Kuroda to cut the lights because the moon is bright and the sculpture is growing in beauty with every passing second. With that, the air begins to fill with colored lights. A glowstick war breaks out. Without the usual concert lights to dampen things, the sticks take on an epic feel. The jam seems to rise and fall with the number in the air. It was exhilarating. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. As “Hood” ended Trey tells the crowd to go get more of those things because they look amazing. 90 minutes had gone by in what seemed like 9. The crowd was floating. And we still had another set to go. Over the course of the second set the crowd grew more dense. We had nowhere to go between sets. I remember gallon jugs of water being passed around the crowd. I was so thankful for a few sips. It sustained me through the end of the show in an incredibly cramped space. The final set was not as epic, but introduced me to a few more facets of the band. I remember each song, but specifics of only a few. We were still pinned in with the crowd and hadn't had a chance to sit down in hours (maybe we did? I remember standing the whole time). I'm sure a lot of people took “Dirt” to be a chance to rest after the intricate “Guyute,” but it hit me just right. Combined with the cold air, Trey's whistling and the simple guitar line were an emotional high point for me. The same goes with the set closing “Prince Caspian.” I was thrilled hearing “When the Circus Comes” as the encore, since I am a big fan of the old Los Lobos tune. I didn't realize its lyric “the day I burn this whole place down” would soon become a reality as they tore into “Tweezer Reprise.” A huge timber dressed up as a match was lit and tipped against the sculpture that an hour or two earlier we had been admiring during “Harry Hood.” The whole thing went up in an intense blaze as the encore raged. The crowd was going crazy. Wow. Is this what every Phish show is like? Maybe so, maybe not. One of the great things about the fest were all the folks vending from their vehicles. I was famished after the nighttime sets. As we strolled back up the runway I hear a voice singing out “15 ingredient veggie burritos!” A burrito sounded like it would be perfect, so we stopped to grab one. As the woman is wrapping one up I can't resist asking, “So, what are the 15 ingredients in this burrito?” Here's how Andy recalls her reply: “Rice, 5 kinds of beans, cilantro, cheese, cilantro, rice, cilantro, 5 kinds of beans, cheese, rice, and cilantro.” Ha! Who am I to question that? It was delicious. We took time to rest at the car and headed out of the base the next morning. Traffic was heavy, but moved pretty well. When we hopped on I-95 again one of the strangest things I've ever seen happened. Troopers were pulling cars over en masse. We were not among those targeted by the state patrol, but it was weird. The only other Maine thing we really did when we were up that way was a stop at the L.L. Bean flagship store. I bought a wool plaid cap that I recently passed on to my daughter. The rest of the ride back to Rochester I remember mainly for Andy introducing us to the music of Ani Difranco. As the rest of the year went along, I got a bit more into Phish, but really sought out Ani's stuff. Two completely different sounds, but artists who completely do things their own way. The drive to Chicago is a bit of a blur to me now. I'm guessing exhaustion was setting in and we were looking forward to getting home.  

Hi Bob! A For All Mankind Podcast
S03E05 - Seven Minutes of Terror

Hi Bob! A For All Mankind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 83:37 Very Popular


This episode gave us good scenes in bad storylines. After the space burial reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey aesthetics, this interplanetary epic takes us through some emotion laden scenes. Danny is doing dumb stuff, Margo is doing dangerous stuff, and Sergei looks like the stuffing has been beat out of him. What does Aleida's future look like if Margo's secrets come to light? And are there cosmonaut defectors in the future?  Got feedback? Let us know at fam@baldmove.com.  Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bald Movies
Hi Bob! A For All Mankind - S03E05 - Seven Minutes of Terror

Bald Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 83:37 Very Popular


This episode gave us good scenes in bad storylines. After the space burial reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey aesthetics, this interplanetary epic takes us through some emotion laden scenes. Danny is doing dumb stuff, Margo is doing dangerous stuff, and Sergei looks like the stuffing has been beat out of him. What does Aleida's future look like if Margo's secrets come to light? And are there cosmonaut defectors in the future?  Got feedback? Let us know at fam@baldmove.com.  Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Black Girl Film Club
Episode 81: Upgrade (2018)

Black Girl Film Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 168:41


This week on black Black Girl Film Club, we do a deep dive into the dystopian near future of Upgrade (2018), a cyperpunk revenge tale directed by Leigh Whannell and starring Logan Marshall Green, Betty Gabriel, Harrison Gilbertson, and Melanie Vallejo. In this episode, we try to understand what it would be like to live in the kind of world where police drones and implanted identification codes are commonplace, body mods are reserved for the military, and disability seems to be nonexistent (or readily "curable"). What kinds of tech does the movie think we should we be afraid of and is this world worth saving? Our recommendations: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Prometheus (2012), Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Masterpiece Society (S5E13). Support us with a Ko-fi! ko-fi.com/blackgirlfilmclub Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/blkgirlfilmclub. Check us out on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/blackgirlfilmclub . Visit us at www.blackgirlfilmclub.com.

Weird Studies
Episode 127: Leaving the Mechanical Dollhouse: On Abeba Birhane's "The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity"

Weird Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 76:08


Like Caligula declaring war on Neptune and ordering his troops to charge into the Mediterranean Sea, our technological masters are designing neural networks meant to capture the human soul in all its oceanic complexity. According to the cognitive scientist Abeba Birhane, this is a fool's errand that we undertake at our peril. In her paper "The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity," she makes the case for the irremediable fluidity, spontaneity, and relationality of people and societies. She argues that ongoing efforts to subsume the human (and the rest of reality) in predictive algorithms is actually narrowing the human experience, as so many of us are excluded from the system while others are compelled to artificially conform to its idea of the human. Far from paving the way to a better world, the tyranny of automation threatens to cut us off from the Real, ensuring an endless perpetuation of the past with all its errors and injustices. Phil and JF discuss Birhane's essay in this episode. Header image from via www.vpnsrus.com (cropped). Downloaded from Wikimedia Commons (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Artificial_Intelligence_%26_AI_%26_Machine_Learning_-_30212411048.jpg). Listen to volume 1 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) and volume 2 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-2) of the Weird Studies soundtrack by Pierre-Yves Martel (https://www.pymartel.com) Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the new T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! Get your Weird Studies merchandise (https://www.redbubble.com/people/Weird-Studies/shop?asc=u) (t-shirts, coffee mugs, etc.) Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) REFERENCES Abebe Birhane, "The Impossibility of Automating Ambiguity” J. F. Martel, “Reality is Analog: Philosophizing with Stranger Things” (http://www.reclaimingart.com/reality-is-analog.html) Melissa Adler, Cruising the Library: Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780823276363) Weird Studies, Episode 75 on 2001: A Space Odyssey (https://www.weirdstudies.com/75) Weird Studies, Episode 114 on the Wheel of Fortune (https://www.weirdstudies.com/114) William James (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_James), American philosopher Midjourney, AI art generator Rhine Research Center (https://www.rhineonline.org/), parapsychology lab George Lewis, “Improvised Music after 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives” (https://www.amherst.edu/media/view/58902/original%20%20/Lewis+-+Improvised+Music+after+1950-+Afrological+and+Eurological+Perspectives+.pdf) Abebe Birhane, “Descartes was Wrong: A Person is a Person Through Other Persons” (https://aeon.co/ideas/descartes-was-wrong-a-person-is-a-person-through-other-persons) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gottfried_Wilhelm_Leibniz) German philosopher J. R. R. Tolkein, “On Fairy-Stories” (https://coolcalvary.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/on-fairy-stories1.pdf) Martin Buber, [I and Thou](https://archive.org/stream/IAndThou572/BuberMartin-i-and-thoudjvu.txt)

TPS Reports Podcast
240. Bat Tree Game

TPS Reports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 139:47


In this installment of TPS Reports the Squares discuss Louie CK's new movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey, the MGK documentary, bloody underwear, tattoo porn, "sperlunking" & Seinfeld trivia. Outro song: "Big Toe" by Pudge Smoochie Gang Playlist Term's Album of the Week Playlist Please send questions, stories & whatever else to tpsreportspodcast@gmail.com and feel free to leave us a voicemail at 708-797-3079. The Palmer Squares on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Patreon & more!  Shop for Official TPS Merchandise

Hyper Strong Miracle Treasure
Stanley Kubrick is My Opening Act – 2010: The Year We Make Contact

Hyper Strong Miracle Treasure

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 73:21


Alexis introduces Ben to an adaptation of a scifi novel that would have been an awesome Star Trek prequel. Except that it had the sheer, unmitigated gall to be a sequel Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey instead. 

Hugo, Girl!
Episode 42 - 2001: A Space Odyssey: Friends of Hal

Hugo, Girl!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 60:28


This month we read and watched 2001: A Space Odyssey. The film won the Hugo for Best Dramatic Presentation in 1969. The poor book won no awards. This sprawling classic prompted many College Thoughts. Will we find the meaning of life? Probably not. Also, please enjoy a cameo from Haley's mom! DM: Lori Episode transcripts available via: https://www.hugogirlpodcast.com/transcripts Music by Eon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVbvE0PJyss Links: Interview with Clarke 

The Mystical Artists
Monolith Brain

The Mystical Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:30


About: Bodies. Roe. Shadow banning. Talismans. The American Flag. Kubrick's monolith in 2001 Space Odyssey. Satan. Lizard Brains. War Criminals. #13. Trigger Warnings. Betrayal. Family life.

The Good, The Bad, and The Movies
54. 2001: A Space Odyssey

The Good, The Bad, and The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 153:47


We are coming to the end of Space month, which means it is goodbye for now to the space sluts. In our last installment in the space movies, we explore Stanley Kubrick's inspiring sci-fi classic, "2001: A Space Odyssey". This movie is one of the pioneers for space themed films, but does that make it a good movie, and/or does it stand the test of time 54 years later? That is what the space sluts are here to determine. In another long episode (mostly thanks to Seth joining us now), we tackle a foreign topic for the podcast, and explore the true good, that is in the name "The Good, The Bad, & The Movies". How much of this movie has no dialogue? Does Brandon really have to apologize to the listeners for having trouble with his asthma? And what would happen if the "Impractical Jokers" cast were in this film. Tune in to find out all this and more, but only on "The Good, The Bad, & The Movies"! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tgtbtm/message

The Disinformed Podcast
Episode 150: Party Animals - Terence McKenna's ”Stoned-Ape Theory”

The Disinformed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 62:05


On a psychedelic installment of Disinformed, we discuss the substance-driven subject of whether human evolution was spurred by consumption of mushrooms... Are cow-pats the real reason we have the concept of Sacred Cows? Did Terence McKenna have a tangible impact on cinema as we know it? All this and more in this week's mind-bending edition!  Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_McKennahttps://www.inverse.com/article/34186-stoned-ape-hypothesishttps://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-fossils/species/homo-erectushttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_cow_(idiom)https://www.pulsetours.com/lca/endoftime/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001:_A_Space_Odyssey_(film)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Kesey Outro:Semi-Funk by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/4333-semi-funkLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Galaxy Of Film
Ep78 - Lightyear & 2001: A Space Odyssey

Galaxy Of Film

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 73:27


For this intergalactic episode of Galaxy Of Film, we're joined with JR from WV UncommonPlace to discuss Pixar's Lightyear, and the Stanley Kubrick film, 2001: A Space Odyssey! Questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at GalaxyOfFilm@gmail.com You can follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @GalaxyOfFilm and subscribe to our YouTube channel, Galaxy Of Film Productions! Danilo's short film 08.05.18. - https://youtu.be/XL4olt7nX6A SWCA Day #2 Vlog - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3Ssq06p7SU Follow our guest star! JR - @WVUncommonPlace on Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr, you can also check out his website, www.WVUncommonPlace.com and his podcast can be found on the same platforms as Galaxy Of Film! Music made by Dakari Holder. Graphic design by Mason Conrad. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/galaxyoffilm/support

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #516 - Peanut Butter and Petroleum Jelly

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 181:31


A prolific podcaster is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world from the tyranny of buttplugs and hot dog fingers by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led. On Episode 516 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined on a multiverse spanning discussion by Rachel from the Zombie Grrlz to discuss Everything Everywhere All at Once from The Daniels! We delve deep into the dark recesses where the sun doesn't shine for some engaging discussion about amplifying voices, empathy and the concept of Yin/Yang, buttplug fighting, fanny pack-fu, and Raccacoonie! So grab your lube (you're gonna need it), envision all the lives you could have lived, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: The Oprah of buttplugs, Pride Month, highlighting queer voices, TikTok, Ignorant to Allies, Zombie Grrlz Podcast Network, The More Deadly Podcast, Cast of Ka, The Untitled Nic Cage Show, Torn Hearts, Brea Grant, Hellraiser, country western horror, Katey Segal, the world is a vampire, clandestine moments, Ghost Writer, Double Down on the Daniel, the futility of the human condition, dubloons, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Goonies, Jamie Lee Curtis, James Hong, Jackie Chan, David Lo Pan, The Daniels, Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, Fanny-Pack Fu, being so overwhelmed you can't connect, buttplug fighting, Raccacoonie, Pomeranian Projectiles, amplifying voices, empathy, Yin/Yang, OnlyFans, Hot Dog Fingers, OnlyGods, Mount Olympus, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Wong Kar-Wai, Chung King Express, Dougray Scott, badass fanny pack, Horror in the High Desert, Banana Fingaz, neandrathals with hot dog fingers, Texas Chainsaw Massacre Video Game, the sensual way to eat a banana, potassium, Cumberland Farms Coffee, relax and let it happen, macaw back, and All Aboard the Buttplug Express.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.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

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
Ep. 237: And in the End...

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 35:43 Very Popular


On this provocative episode of Rumble with Michael Moore, Mike speaks the awful truth about how our environmental movement has failed us and why we must change course — and leadership — immediately. Planet Earth is fed up with us, and from climate to coronavirus, it sees no choice but to throw an extinction event. As a follow-up to Mike's Substack letter last week — “At Earth Day's End” — he raises the stakes again after sitting through one more Earth Day that offered no hope that we are going to get this right. So a new kind of battle must now be fought. ************** Watch Hal 9000 sing ‘Daisy' in 2001: A Space Odyssey. ************** Music in today's episode: The Blue Danube Waltz — Johann Strauss II ************** Podcast Underwriters: 1) Anchor.fm can help you start your own podcast. Go to anchor.fm to learn more. 2) Go to shopify.com/rumble [all lowercase] for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. 3) Go to Truebill.com/RUMBLE to save on your unwanted recurring subscriptions. ************** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message