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Best Film Festival podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Film Festival podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Switchblade Sisters is a podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic and screenwriter April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!
 
First rule of Film Fight Club: You don't talk about Film Fight Club - although sharing with your friends on social media is cool. Join Glen Falkenstein, Chris Evans and Virat Nehru each week as we talk film, festivals and everything cinema - and let us know what you want us to fight about
 
Smart, engaging conversations on the entertainment industry fresh from the people who know it best. From hidden gems to blockbusters to the biggest moments in show business, host Mark Olsen gets the latest from actors, writers and directors as well as reporters and critics from the Times’ celebrated film and television teams. Hear the art in entertainment, each week on The Reel.
 
The film experts at Little White Lies, along with selected colleagues and friends discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. email: truthandmovies@tcolondon.com twitter: @LWLies www.lwl ...
 
Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
 
Hi! I'm Rebekah Louisa Smith, The Film Festival Doctor and my podcast is designed to help you achieve film festival success and beyond. Not only to do we cover with our guests the key things to include in your festival strategy, including creating your goals, planning your budgets and which festivals to target, we also go beyond this and talk about the importance of attaching a sales agent to your film, theatrical distribution planning and the all-important personal and self-development skil ...
 
Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen.
 
If you love documentary films, hear from the top storytellers on Pure Nonfiction. Host Thom Powers is well-connected in this world as a documentary curator for the Toronto International Film Festival, DOC NYC, and SundanceNow Doc Club. He leads conversations that are frank, funny and revealing. Listen to interviews with Oscar-winning filmmakers Barbara Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Roger Ross Williams; as well as the directors of “Making a Murderer,” “Weiner” and “OJ: Made in America.” Often the ...
 
Where the Long Tail Ends is a website dedicated to finding old, obscure and possibly awful films that are adrift in the sea of pop culture. Helping to fulfill that mission are the three podcasts offered by Where the Long Tail Ends. Spoiler Alert!, which is dedicated to reviewing newer films that catch our interest, the Cabin in the Woods Film Festival Podcast in which Matt forces Angela Fabbrini to watch a horror film and then verbally dodge her rage and of course, High and Low (Brow), which ...
 
Dan Scully and Garrett Smith are two Philadelphia-based comedians that love movies. Especially those movies that manage to tell stories that take complete advantage of the medium of film. We're talking movie movies. They're sick of hearing the internet complain about everything, and they're pretty sure you are too. So Dan and Garrett set out to find something to love about every movie they talk about. This is I Like To Movie Movie.
 
Join hosts Matt, Tiny, and Mike as they talk about their love of movies and television. Each episode covers a specific topic (be it genre, trope, movie or show) and then ends with a "Potpourri" section where the hosts discuss what they've been watching lately or are looking forward to watching in the future. Past topics include Nickelodeon in the 90s, Notable Movie Theater Experiences, TV One Season Wonders, TV Dads, War Movies, Car Movies, and Teen Coming of Age Movies. The hosts also do oc ...
 
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Aries Spears is one of the stars in this upcoming new cannabis comedy film THE 420 MOVIE. In a celebration of 420, this “high” concept comedy takes place pre-legalization where 2 sisters create the first electronic blunt in order to save their father, Mayor Hightower, along with the city he loves from bankruptcy. Aries stars as the outrageous chara…
 
Many of you might have heard of the Sundance Film Festival winning film called The Brothers McMullen written and directed by Edward Burns. Burns went on to star in huge films like Saving Private Ryan and direct studio films like She's the One but what you might not know is he has been quietly making completely independent films on really low budget…
 
It’s an unsettling time right now. We are in the midst of something we haven’t experienced in our lifetime before – a global pandemic. I’m anxious and struggling to be creative. Here is how I’m trying to stay focused and create: Create a schedule (set an alarm has been the hardest!) Take breaks (you may not have friends around, but doesn’t mean you…
 
OV311 - cOVid-19 Film Festival Days 4 & 5 (Amazon Prime Weekend) - Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, Never Surrender, Thunder Road, and HBO's Watchmen COVID-19 is sweeping the nation. So, naturally, I am coping by watching movies and podcasting about them as if they were part of a Film Festival. Here is my coverage of day 4 & 5: Amazon Prime Weekend. For …
 
This week on On Story we're kicking off our new series AFF AT HOME. Spark your story with Ashley Miller (Thor), Amy Louise Johnson (The Long Road Home) and Herschel Weingrod (Trading Places) as they discuss tips for tackling the blank page. If you are looking for a little inspiration or motivation to get back to your script – We are here to help. A…
 
In partnership with the Ultra Dogme Virtual Film Festival's first installation, "From a Distance", I've given the world its first social distancing episode of Drink For.... In this short bit of bonus content, I've focused on Chantal Akerman's 1972 LA CHAMBRE. A self isolation masterpiece, this breezy ten-minute gem will help you feel slightly less …
 
Episode 75 The situation is daunting as the world deals with the COVID-19 Corona Virus and the consequences we are enduring. Many industries are being hit hard. The risks for a part of the global population are dire. Episode 75 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking sheds a light on the effects of this situation from the film festivals’ perspective w…
 
We have an exceptionally packed show with two separate guests! First up, we’ve got the electrifying director of Blumhouse’s Into the Dark: Culture Shock, Gigi Saul Guerrero. She’s on to talk about the terrifying 2016 film, Don’t Breathe. She and April chat about motivating actors with intensity and trickery. Gigi also talks about communicating with…
 
Episode 76 The situation around the world brings us to a lifestyle unlike we have ever experienced as humans. There have been world wars and stock market crashes, the Great Depression and 9/11, all documented in history books. But we are in a unique situation that has never existed in this way…and something that has never happened in conjunction wi…
 
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Michael Snydel, and Bill Graham mix things up a bit and offer a grab bag discussion of films recently available digitally, including The Way Back, The Whistlers, The Hunt, Onward, and Swallow, as well as updating our current coronavirus situation.Enter our giveaw…
 
Jane Levy star of NBC's ZOEY'S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST Jane stars as "Zoey Clarke" in the hit NBC show. A character who has a special gift being able to hear people's innermost wants and desires through popular songs. If Jane had such superpowers in real life, which person would she choose to hear their thoughts? She reveals the answer in this clip …
 
Jane Levy "Zoey Clarke" of NBC'S hit show "ZOEY'S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST" The upcoming March 29, 2020 episode will be a special one. You don't want to miss it. The big episode this Sunday night where Zoey, following some heartbreaking news, discovers a mysterious “glitch” in her powers. By the way, Jane performs all the musical performances in this…
 
In this Film Ireland podcast, Paul Farren talks to director Lorcan Finnegan and writer Garret Shanley about their film Vivarium, which is available on digital from 27th March.During their search for the perfect home, Gemma (Imogen Poots) and Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) find themselves trapped in a mysterious labyrinth-like suburban neighbourhood named Yo…
 
This week, we welcome Diana Weymar from the Tiny Pricks Project, the largest textile Trump protest ever. She discusses the first piece she created for the project, how it has built a sense of community, and how it became the most peaceful way to deal with the stress that the idiot in chief has brought upon our country. We also talked about the impo…
 
We’re back with more TV and film recommendations for you and your family while you’re spending some extra time at home. Our team is still self-isolated, so we continue to check in with our entertainment colleagues to see what they’re watching. LA Times film critic Justin Chang talks with host Mark Olsen about some light-hearted comedies he recommen…
 
Welcome back to Coronapiece Theatre, everyone! Megan, Evan, and Dave are still sheltering in place so it's more streaming flicks! And there are lots of flicks to stream. This week the gang talks JEZEBEL (2:58), a story about - among other things - sex work; BLOOD ON HER NAME (10:35), a tale of what NOT to do when you're committing murder; CONTAGION…
 
This week's pod sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, and James Dyer — in isolation once again, but that doesn't stop them from reaching out to actor/writer/comedian/podcast host Brett Goldstein, who becomes the latest person to join the team for the duration of an episode. Together, this bold and intrepid quartet discuss the week's movie new…
 
What if you were given permission to shoot most of your film in one of the busiest and iconic streets in the world, Times Square. Well, today's guest did just that. He shot most of his new film Rapid Eye Movement.Peter Bishai wrote and directed the epic true-life saga Colors of Heaven (aka A Million Colours). It is the winner of two South African A…
 
Meta March concludes with this action-packed piece and a couple'a guests from London. Andrew AP Clarke and Dr. George Crosthwait join me for some self isolation revelry, gratuitous action and what, as it turns out, was too much drinking. Veering slightly off topic, but always coming back round to why Arnold was/is the perfect action movie star, we …
 
Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars and not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones they made in between.As we all stay safe and keep our social distance, here is a very special episode for you all, which we're sharing on The Film Stage Show feed. The B-Side is also now available on …
 
We are joined this week by the director of the 2018 horror, The Ranger, Jenn Wexler. You may remember previous guest Heather Buckley, who was a producer on the film, discussing Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Well, Jenn has chosen an equally challenging film, Abel Ferrara’s Ms .45. She and April discuss what it means to portray sexual violence …
 
We're taking you back to Sundance, where we interviewed director Liz Garbus and star Amy Ryan of the film Lost Girls. The film is based on the true story of a desperate mother searching for her missing daughter, which eventually leads the police to the unsolved cases of murdered sex workers. We discuss these real life cases (which are STILL unsolve…
 
Robert, Nat, and Cody take in the rise of Hammer Films and color horror with THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN and THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN. And we had a bloody good time. Time Tracks: THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN Discussion: 0:00 to 38:06 THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN Discussion: 38:06 to 1:21:55 Next Film and Outro: 1:21:55 to End…
 
Sarah Wayne Callies stars as "Robin" on NBC's new show "Council of Dads." The series premieres Tuesday, March 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT immediately following the season finale of “This Is Us.” The show is inspired by best-selling author Bruce Feiler’s book “Council of Dads.” Join the cast for live tweeting on March 24th by clicking on @CouncilofDads…
 
This is On Story from Austin Film Festival. I’m your host Barbara Morgan. Over the next few weeks we will be releasing a new series titled AFF AT HOME. Austin Film Festival’s mission has always been to further the art and craft of storytelling. When we started the script competitions and festival in 1994, it was with the intention of creating a com…
 
Hello to all the shelter in place bitches! There's so much to talk about and we wanted to take advantage of one of the last times we might be able to get in studio (social distancing, duh) and record a Basic Bitch. Let's chat about how Florida is the spring break asshole of all of the states, who the fuck is travelling and flaunting it, gun sales (…
 
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Michael Snydel, and Bill Graham are joined by Dan Mecca to discuss The Mask of Zorro on a special classic episode.As mentioned on the episode, Brian's distillery Shmidt Spirits is currently working to produce hand sanitizer to help deal with the shortage and incr…
 
Travel back in time, make a quick stop in Egypt, and then soar deep into outer space with a pair of popular (and kinda wacky) sci-fi epics. First up is Luc Besson's The Fifth Element, which is as colorful as it is incomprehensible -- and then it's Stargate, in which a fascinating space-travel premise quickly ends up in... a big pile of sand dunes. …
 
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