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February 18 2014


February 16 2014

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February 11 2014


Small Cinemas Struggle As Film Fades Out Of The Picture : All Tech Considered : NPR

Paramount became the first big studio to distribute a major film in the U.S. only in digital, and others will probably follow. Small cinemas are struggling to raise money for the transition. Despite resistance from some major directors, the end of film is almost upon us. http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/01/29/268438515/small-cinemas-struggle-as-film-fades-out-of-the-picture

December 28 2013


Cinematica: Podcast Judged Pt. 2

The lastest Podcasts from the movie review team at cinematica. Entertaining film reviews that help you get the most of your love of all things cinema http://www.cinematica.co.nz/podcasts/podcast/?tx_cinepodcasts%5Bcast%5D=133

Cinematica: Podcast Judged Pt. 1

The lastest Podcasts from the movie review team at cinematica. Entertaining film reviews that help you get the most of your love of all things cinema http://www.cinematica.co.nz/podcasts/podcast/?tx_cinepodcasts%5Bcast%5D=132

November 10 2013


Cinema And Beer: “Gravity” – Coffee And TV

Tags: gravity cinema

October 29 2013


Episode 28 :: Screenwriter Brian McDonald's Creative Process :: Pt.1 - The 20/20 Awards at KIRORadio.com

Filmmaker and Author, Brian McDonald takes us into his creative process, tackling Movie Reality, his influences, and his book THE GOLDEN THEME. - The 20/20 Awards at KIRORadio.com. http://kiroradio.com/listen/9963191

October 02 2013


Killer POV: Ep. 31: The United States of Horror!

The Killer POV gang (Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane, Rebekah McKendry) are joined by very special guests Cinefamily programmers Phil Blankenship, Tom Fitzgerald, and Bret Berg to talk about their exciting upcoming schedule for the month of October 2013. They’re celebrating the spooky season with 30 midnight screenings, each one from a different state, hence giving genre fans “The United States Of Horror” road tour. So Oct. 3rd, we’ll hit Nevada with Tremors, on the 15th you can make a pit-stop in Pittsburgh for George Romero’s Martin, or celebrate October 19th in New York City with Basket Case. The entire group discusses their favorite theatrical experiences, what goes into programming a bill this intricate and why midnight movies are the most fun way to enjoy the theatrical communal experience. http://geeknation.com/podcasts/killer-pov-ep-31-the-united-states-of-horror/

September 28 2013


John Carpenter: The Daily Grindhouse Interview

The Man Called Perry is tied up with a Steve Guttenberg marathon, so G decided to post the infamous John Carpenter interview. This interview is widely considered by no one to be the best interview that Carpenter ever gave. We talk about his legendary career, the films that inspired him to be a director, the writing process, and more. http://dailygrindhouse.podomatic.com/entry/2013-09-26T14_05_58-07_00

June 29 2013


Alfred Hitchcock interviewed by François Truffaut - 1/25

In the fall of 1962, François Truffaut carried out extensive interviews with Alfred Hitchcock at his offices at Universal Studios. The interviews were recorded to audio tape and the content eventually edited down into the "Hitchcock/Truffaut" book. Although Truffaut could speak a little English, he hired Helen Scott (of the French Film Office in New York) to act as the translator for the interviews.

April 09 2013


Offramp interviews Werner Herzog on Roger Ebert's passing

August 04 2012


Big Picture Science

Skeptic Check: Follywood Science -- The Day After. 2001. Prometheus. There are sci-fi films a’plenty … but how much science is in the fiction? We take the fact checkers to Hollywood to investigate the science behind everything from space travel to human cloning. Plus, guess what sci-fi film is the most scientifically accurate (hint: we’ve already mentioned it). Also, why messing with medical facts on film can be dangerous … and the inside scoop from a writer of one of television’s most successful sci-fi franchises. And, a robot who surpasses even Tinseltown’s lively imagination: a humanoid that may become a surrogate you.
Tags: science cinema

January 23 2012


The Strand - A World of Arts

The Strand Film Podcast: 20 January 2012 -- We go behind the wheel with 007 and the creators of James Bond's iconic car stunts and three films take the political temperature in France.

March 21 2011



...hear about upcoming Asian cinema, new TV you should be watching, get a triple dose of witchy goodness with a discussion on I Married A Witch/ Burn Witch Burn/Witchhammer, and get info on the recent HG Lewis documentary screening in NYC, and the Shinjuku Outlaw: 13 Films By Takashi Miike retrospective going on RIGHT NOW at the Film Society Of Lincoln Center. Also, hear the music of the damned, trailer interludes... http://thenightcrewpodcast.blogspot.com/2011/03/night-crew-episode-0-is-alive.html

March 13 2011


Sci-fi: the return - RN Future Tense - 3 March 2011

Science fiction has long been a popular genre - from print to television to film. But how does the Australian science fiction scene compare internationally? And why is it that there've been so few Australian scifi films? http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2011/3147516.htm

July 27 2010


The /Filmcast: After Dark - Ep. 109 - The State of Film Criticism and Inception Theories (GUEST: Armond White from New York Press) | /Film

July 25 2010


A.V Club — Salt / Inception in-depth

July 24 2010


/Filmcast Ep. 109 - Inception (GUEST: Armond White from New York Press) | /Film

July 13 2010


Sound of Young America: David Gordon Green

David Gordon Green is a director. His films have ranged from the touching indie drama George Washington (his debut) to his most recent, the stoner action-comedy Pineapple Express. He's also worked with college friends Jody Hill, Danny McBride and Ben Best on the HBO series Eastbound and Down, and on the upcoming fantasy comedy Your Highness. He talked with us while visiting South by Southwest for a panel on Eastbound & Down. He discussed the parallels between his more dramatic and more comedic work, how he became a director of Big Movies, and about testing "Your Highness" and "Pineapple Express" for audiences.
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