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Film Code is a podcast dedicated to movies and entertainment. Each week, the founding members of the Cleveland Film Critics Society (Phoenix, Nathan, Brandon, and Nick) will dissect, analyze, review, and appreciate cinema one word at a time. Twitter: @FilmCodePod Phoenix: @IMHOReviews1 Nathan: @NathanPigg5 Nick: @Nick_Spaine Brandon: @FantasmicEars It's gonna be 'CODEWORD': Awesome.
 
Presented by Popcorn Talk and the LA's Online Film Critic Society, this is Film Critics Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge.
 
Film Posers is a weekly podcast centered around film and television. Join four Boricua film and tv critics—Juan Mojica, Sofía Cintrón, Gabriela Burgos, and Josie Meléndez—in ranting, raving, and reviewing. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmposers/support
 
The Global Film Podcast is a weekly film podcast featuring global roundtable discussions with film critics, fans, and filmmakers from all around the world. Featuring worldwide contributors from Variety, Indiewire, AwardsWatch, and more, they discuss the latest film releases, awards analysis, and general happenings in the industry, all moderated by Rotten-Tomatoes certified critic and filmmaker Diego Andaluz.
 
Join David Sandhu, Stephen Sandhu and Ryan Victory as they learn, fight, agree and ridicule each other while discussing their ultimate love: Film. This is where the layman's critics get off the couch and start to speak up. Weekly show with many guests. Enjoy!
 
We explore film. We feel most critics don't, that most critics try to cage and define movies as "good" or "bad". We think there's more to it than that. We want to open movies up, reveal them. To that end, we've made a film podcast with an educational twist. Perfect for film lovers and film makers, creative writers, too. Three parts. 1. Major, 30-min discussion of a single movie. 2. Briefer sub-discussions on other movies watched during the week. 3. answer questions, list contest, random awar ...
 
Welcome to The Curb. A show that's all about Australian culture, film reviews, interviews, and a whole lot more... Here, you'll find discussions with Australian creatives about their work and their role in Australian culture. To find out more about what this podcast and website is about, head over to this post. Support The Curb on Patreon, and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Get in contact with us via our email.
 
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Whattup Wildcats?!! Turns out two of our guys are big on musicals, particularly High School Musical, and now they're big fans of the new Disney+ series, High School Musical The Musical The Series. The show has just wrapped its 12-episode second season and the guys have a lot to talk about. The switch to Beauty and the Beast, the character developme…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special talk with the legendary filmmaker, Madeline Anderson. Cited as the first Black woman to direct a televised documentary film, Anderson’s work shines a light on the workers and activists in the civil rights movement.Originally recorded in 2015, following a screening of I Am So…
 
Hello listener...we want to play a game. That's right, it's another bonus episode for you this week as Nathan and Phoenix play a game of Tough Choices. The wheel is filled up with actors and they've got to select 3 films from their filmography to keep and abandon the rest forever. How will they decide? Will they even make it through? And how often …
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a special Q&A on Ailey, an affectionate portrait of the world-renowned dancer and choreographer, Alvin Ailey, with director Jamila Wignot, and producer Lauren DeFilippo. The two filmmakers discussed the new film with Liz Wolff, Co-Curator of the Dance on Camera Festival, following our…
 
Marvel's Loki has finished its 6-episode run and set up a major shift in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that could have maximum implications going forward. So what did we ultimately think of the series and the direction the MCU is going in now? Plus, what theories do we have for all the upcoming Marvel projects from here? And where does Loki rank am…
 
We all have a creative entity within us, but how do we get to that path of creativity? In Roger Ungers documentary, Finding Creativity, he seeks to answer that question by interviewing various creative minds, like a glass blower, a chef, a musician, and more. And, stretching deeper into the well of creativity, Andrew interviews Roger about his crea…
 
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival is always home to a plethora of great and varied documentaries from around the globe. This year, the festival will host the deep and moving documentary, Batoor: A Refugee Journey by Walkely Award winning photojournalist, Barat Ali Batoor. Batoor: A Refugee Journey follows Batoor's path from Afghanistan throug…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring two Q&As with filmmakers whose debut features are arriving this month. Our first Q&A is with director Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson discussing his first film, Summer of Soul, with NYFF Director Eugene Hernandez, presented after our outdoor screening at Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages. Th…
 
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival kicks off its in-person in-cinema screenings on July 21st through to July 31st at the Cinema Nova. Screening at this years fest is the film, Mental as Everything: Damon Smith has estimated that he has spent around 50 thousand hours of his life, so far, participating in absurd ritualistic behaviors associated …
 
Thank you for checking another socially distanced episode of The Film Scribes Podcast. This week the scribes on deck Rich Heimlich (/comment), Stephen Silver (Splice Today, Philly Voice), Gary Kramer (Salon), and LeAnne Lindsay (Tinsel & Tine) are giving a rundown of their experience at this year’s “virtual” Tribeca Film Festival. Along with IN THE…
 
It's been 2 years and four release date delays later, but it's finally here. Black Widow has hit theaters starring Scarlett Johannssen, Florence Pugh, Rachel Wiesz, and David Harbour. Where does this film rank in the long history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? And how does it fit into the future of the MCU? Find out all this and more on this wee…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re revisiting a directors dialogue from the 55th New York Film Festival with Hong Sangsoo in anticipation of the filmmaker’s latest feature, The Woman Who Ran, opening in our theaters. Moderated by Dennis Lim, Director of Programming for Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Film Festival.Divide…
 
The Posers are back with the films you should be on the lookout for. We were able to attend both the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival. We share our top films from both and what you should anticipate! Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and …
 
The Scandinavian Film Festival is fast approaching, and Andrew caught up with the Icelandic Film Centre's Festival Manager, Christof Wehimeier, to discuss all things Nordic with an interview that explores the importance of cultural representation on film, what exactly makes up a Scandinavian film, and the need for festivals like this. Head over to …
 
Perth's Revelation Film Festival has been partially delayed due to lockdowns, but that doesn't stop the films being talked about. Andrew catches up with local filmmaker Sharnya Yates to discuss her short film, Choice, which screens alongside Rebel Dykes. This is a powerful short film that deserves to be seen by all. The plot is: Nina is a caring, l…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special roundtable from the 58th New York Film Festival on a pair of intimate, rarely seen portraits of two towering figures of American history: Terrence Dixon’s Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris and William Klein’s Muhammad Ali, the Greatest.In capturing the tensions experie…
 
What does it take to write a screenplay? How do you keep going when you're not sure if you're on the right track? What do you do once you're finished? These are just a few of the questions we wanted to ask 20-year veteran script doctor and story analyst, Terry McFadden. He breaks down all of what it takes to get started as a screenwriter and where …
 
Perth's Revelation Film Festival kicks off on July 1st and runs through til July 11th. Andrew caught up with festival programmer Richard Sowada to discuss how the festival has changed due to the ongoing pandemic, the impact of streaming services on film festivals, and more. Make sure to head along and check out some of the stellar films screening a…
 
Pixar comes back after its two-time Oscar-winning campaign for Soul, with Enrico Casarosa's ode to Italy in Luca. How does this film stack up against Pixar's lengthy track record? And where could it end up by the end of the year? Plus, our codebreaking streak continued last week, but how long can this streak last, especially when we introduce some …
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special discussion from the 58th New York Film Festival about filmmakers around the world breaking boundaries and inventing new international canons. Featuring directors Dea Kulumbegashvili (Beginning), Chaitanya Tamhane (The Disciple), Philippe Lacôte (Night of the Kings), and membe…
 
It's time to turn up the streetlights, and take a flight to a couple of days in the life of what it's like in Washington Heights! One of the most anticipated films of the past two years has finally arrived in theaters and on HBO Max, it is Lin-Manuel Miranda's In The Heights directed by Jon M Chu(Crazy Rich Asians) and starring Anthony Ramos, Corey…
 
For the season three finale, the Posers recommend each other films they think the others will like. Each Poser was recommended one film by the other Posers. Did they like the films? Were they good recommendations? Sit down and relax as you listen to this two-part episode to find out who knows who best. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever yo…
 
The MCU is back! And so are our weekly reviews. The third show on Disney+ follows the character of Loki and the shenanigans he gets into with the Time Variance Authority. What did we think of the first two episodes? What could we see happening in the future? And could this be the best MCU show so far? Find out all that and more on this first weekly…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we’re featuring a special conversation on Summer of 85 from Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2021 as it begins its theatrical release in our theaters Join director François Ozon, stars Benjamin Voisin and Félix Lefebvre, and FLC’s programming assistant Maddie Whittle in a discussion about the making of…
 
The Posers venture into their first directorial breakdown. Join them as they discuss a few gems from Wes Anderson's filmography such as Bottle Rocket (1996), The Royal Tenenbaums (2001), The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004), Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), and Isle of Dogs (2018). Please rate, review, and subscribe w…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re presenting a conversation with Steve McQueen, the director of Small Axe, and Dennis Lim, Director of Programming for Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Film Festival.Among the most remarkable achievements in recent world cinema, Steve McQueen’s anthology Small Axe consists of five films th…
 
It's the third episode of the second season and the guys had a double dose of films to hit this week at the movie theater. So we doubled up for this episode to bring you our reviews of Disney's Cruella starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson and the much-delayed, highly anticipated sequel of A Quiet Place Part 2 starring Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, …
 
The Posers are exploring the world of Studio Ghibli. Join them as they discuss My Neighbor Totoro (1988), Spirited Away (2001), Kiki's Delivery Service (1989), Howl's Moving Castle (2004), Princess Mononoke (1997), and Grave of the Fireflies (1988). Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitte…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re presenting a special conversation with Damiano & Fabio D’Innocenzo, the directors of Bad Tales, an Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2021 selection, moderated by FLC’s Assistant Programmer Dan Sullivan and translated by Michael Moore.Bad Tales is an absorbing, richly traced group portrait of youth …
 
Thank you for checking out our latest episode of The Film Scribes Podcast. This week the scribes on deck Rich Heimlich (/comment), Stephen Silver (Splice Today, Philly Voice), and Dan Tabor (Phawker, Cinapse.co) introduce a new kind of show on the feed - The Deep Dive. These will be dedicated episodes spotlighting a particular film with our inaugur…
 
We're keeping the second season rolling with a review of the 1967 coming-of-age classic, The Graduate starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. How did the guys feel about this iconic film? Did it hold up to the test to time? Plus, we've got our first official codeword of the new season. Will anyone be able to crack it or will Nathan continue his …
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re revisiting our conversation with Jia Zhangke from the 58th New York Film Festival, moderated by NYFF programmer K. Austin Collins, in anticipation of the filmmaker’s latest feature, Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue, which is now playing in our theaters.The preeminent cinematic chronicler of…
 
The Posers are visiting the past with a discussion on period pieces. Join them as they discuss Atonement (2007), The Beguiled (2017), The Favourite (2018), Marie Antoinette (2006), Pride & Prejudice (2005), and many more. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmPosers …
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a conversation from the 49th New Directors/New Films with The Killing of Two Lovers director Robert Machoian and star Clayne Crawford.After a startling opening image of extreme tension, first-time solo director Robert Machoian’s stark, slow-burn drama never quite goes where you expect.…
 
And we're BBBBAAAAACCCCCCKKKKKK!!! We had an awesome first season, and it's only gonna get better from here! We're kicking off our 2nd season with a classic film from 1985, Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. For some of us, this was a first-time watch, for others, this was one of many. How did we all feel about this t…
 
Oh, it gets worse... The Film Posers discuss what they consider to be perhaps the worst films they've ever seen (according to them of course). Tune in, listen, and find out whether these films truly are that bad. They do not take responsibility if they happen to declare your favorite film one of the worst. Please rate, review, and subscribe whereve…
 
Thank you for checking out our latest episode of The Film Scribes Podcast. This week the scribes on deck Rich Heimlich (/comment), Stephen Silver (Splice Today, Philly Voice) and Dan Tabor (Phawker, Cinapse.co) discuss what its like to be in theaters for screenings again and review WRATH OF MAN and SPIRAL: FROM THE BOOK OF SAW. As always any feedba…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special Q&A from the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films. Founding ND/NF programmer and current FLC board member Wendy Keys sat down for an extended conversation with Sara Driver about her acclaimed first feature, Sleepwalk, a selection from the 16th ND/NF in 1987. The two also …
 
It's a vampire episode and award-winning multifaceted Zoraida Córdova is back! Who says vamps can't be enjoyed year-round? We sit down to talk about our favorite tropes, tropes we wish would die, and plenty of recommendations from films and TV shows to books. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us…
 
Aussie author, screenwriter, and critic, Anthony O'Connor, has landed on the bookshelves of the nation with his debut novel, STRAYA, a post-apocalyptic look at the Australia of the future. I won't drop a synopsis here - you'll have to dig into the interview above for that, and much more, including what goes in to writing a sci-fi novel, the need to…
 
Writer/Director JJ Winlove helms June Again, a powerful drama/comedy about a mother living with dementia, June (Noni Hazelhurst), who has a day of clarity and sets about restoring the fractures in her family. Her kids, Ginny (Claudia Karvan) and Devon (Stephen Curry), have stopped talking to one another, and it's up to June to bring them together o…
 
The Film Posers share shows they have been loving (past and present). Join them as they offer up some television recommendations including nostalgic watches, new obsessions, and shows they think should be given a second chance. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmP…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation from the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films, with Theo Anthony the director of All Light, Everywhere, this year's closing night selection, and FLC’s assistant programmer Tyler Wilson.Theo Anthony’s breakthrough sophomore feature uses the increased regularity…
 
We've arrived at the final awards show of the season, and it's the FILM CODE FILM AWARDS. Voted on by the friends and fans of Film Code. 2020 was a long year and an even longer awards season, but we've gone through the entire year and gathered some of the most incredible films and performances of the year to deliver some stacked categories and dese…
 
What does it mean to be human? The Film Posers sit down to discuss Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 (2017). Join them as they dive into existential dread, humanity, and a bit of hope. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmPosers and subscribe to our YouTube channel for…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation between recent Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung and FLC’s Director of Programming Dennis Lim.Introduced to a wide American audience just last year as a strong-willed grandmother in Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, Youn Yuh-jung has been a celebrated screen performer in her na…
 
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was the latest 6-part drama series from Marvel Studios focusing on two of its most prominent side characters. Starring Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Wyatt Russel, and Daniel Bruhl. What did the guys think of this new series? Was it another hit for the MCU? We answer all those questions and more as we're fully inv…
 
The guys have completed the final film on their Best Picture watchlist, and they have a lot of thoughts on the new film by Florian Zeller, The Father starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman. What did they think of this psychological drama and what chances do they give it for its 6 Oscar nominations? Plus, the guys finish out their discussion on …
 
Guess who's back?We're predicting the Oscars for the second year in a row. Time to see who is right, who is wrong, and most importantly who will have bragging rights. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmPosers and subscribe to our YouTube channel for interviews, rev…
 
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