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Best Filmhistory podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Filmhistory podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A compare and contrast podcast of films from present to past. Showcasing movies connected by genre, creators, personal themes & social relevance, we discover the elements that make movies rewatchable (or not). Hosted by artist-filmmakers and longtime friends, Kraig Rasmussen & Seamus Smith.
 
Every Friday we review films that are part of our non-stop festivals. These festivals will cover a treasure trove of topics about film history from famous directors to genres to modern classics and punishment reviews. We are here to dive deep into each film and educate ourselves and you along the way. And what better way to have these discussions than with old friends. Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher had a podcast since 2007 named A Damn Movie Podcast with over 300 episodes, in 2019 we decide ...
 
The voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating, and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will showcase exemplary films – from past AJFF favorites to hidden gems, from new releases to the classics.
 
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An audience favorite of the 2020 AJFF, Flawless is the coming-of-age dramedy about a trio of teenage girls who seek to remake themselves before their high school prom. Watch the film online through a special offer for AJFF subscribers and then join us for a Q&A with lead actress Stav Strashko, the first transgender woman nominated for Israel’s top …
 
Our Science-Fiction-Social-Commentary exploration continues with the inescapable 80's action entry, the Running Man, loosely based on the book by Richard Bachman aka Stephen King. We discuss the world building and execution of both formats, along with the 1980s world that spawned both, and the super stark, startling reflections of our own world tod…
 
There’s a new Golden Age of Television upon us, with the lines between the small screen and the big screen increasingly blurred. Today, some of the most compelling stories and characters, and top-notch talent, can be found on television. It’s no wonder our quarantine entertainment includes both catching up on movies while also binge-watching our fa…
 
In perhaps our most detailed exploration so far, we dive into the '84 adaptation of 1984 by Michael Radford, weighing the quality of translation, the missing & present underlying themes, the classic story's applications to modern society, and what Orwell was up to with this idea. Plus, a TON of creative pondering on what a modern adaptation might b…
 
Filmmaker Simon O’Neill returns for Part II of our coverage of author Raymond Chandler where we explore the films he wrote that were not based on his novels. Part 1: https://wrongreel.com/podcast/wr505-the-streets-were-dark-with-something-more-than-night/ Follow Simon O’Neill on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sim_ONeill Simon O’Neill’s Official Site:…
 
We turn our gaze to the American war machine with two films uncannily matched for such a task, sending us into a deep discussion about the heart of America and our penchant for imperialism. It is our second podcaster battle in a row, as we deeply debate one of these films. Buckle up for a crazy ride up river! Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever yo…
 
We often don't think about the way Jewish culture and values have shaped comic book characters and the superhero stories we tend to see in our summer blockbusters, but they certainly have. This episode seeks to unpack the influence of Stan Lee's Jewish identity on some of our most cherished superhero movies, but also to consider the way Jewish acto…
 
Filmmaker Bill Scurry (co-host of the ‘I Don’t Get It‘ podcast) joins us to celebrate the 40th anniversary of what is a strong contender for the funniest movie ever made, 'Airplane!' (1980). Follow Bill Scurry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WilliamScurry Subscribe to Bill Scurry’s YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2NKPwF6 Follow James Hancock on Twi…
 
Two films, one title. It's a no holds barred, bare knuckle brawl of a film chat, complete with some very unexpected twists, and a bevvy of deep cuts info on both movies. After the results of this match, expect us to do more vs. style episodes, because you're in for an intense and hilarious round!! Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever you listen, pl…
 
This week we start another new segment on the show where we re-cast a classic film as if it were made today. This episode we tackle the king of political fiction films Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and …
 
Martin Kessler (Flixwise Canada) makes his epic return to discuss 'The Magnificent Ambersons' (1942) and the tragic fate that befell the film during that chaotic chapter of Orson Welles's life. Follow Martin Kessler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MovieKessler Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colebrax Wrong Reel Merchandise: htt…
 
In an episode that was destined to happen, we tackle one of our mutual favorite films, and share a compelling, dense discussion about it, as well as it's subject, brilliant 1980s painter Jean Michel Basquiat. As artists, we have a unique perspective on this film, as well as the world it portrays, and that angle leads to one of our best dissections …
 
By now, listeners of AJFF In Conversation: The Podcast know that, while far from experts on everything, Sara and Brad love movies. But, what many may not know is, they also love books: books about Jewish film, Jewish books that should be films, and books about film by Jews. For this episode, Sara and Brad have combed their overflowing bookshelves a…
 
Sam Peckinpah's films cast a very long shadow, permanently altering the way filmmakers approached the western genre from the 1970's onward. Artist David Lambert makes his return to discuss the Bastard Sons of Sam Peckinpah. Follow David Lambert on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidlambertart/ Follow David Lambert on Twitter: https://twitter…
 
For a last minute tribute to Pride month, we dive into the best picture winner from 2016. While many have discussed it, we felt it worth a fresh look in these times, and dig into it's connections to the issues at the core of Black Lives Matter, but more importantly, we dig even deeper into what it offers emotionally and philosophically, as well as …
 
In an upbeat companion to our previous episode on Boyz in the Hood & Clockers, we follow the thread to relevant and connected tales, one an epic music biopic, the other perhaps THE quintessential stoner movie-- both are directed by the uber-talent F. Gary Gray. We tie everything together thematically between all four films, while also lavishing spe…
 
In this episode of AJFF In Conversation: The Podcast, filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper joins hosts Sara and Brad for a candid, eye-opening conversation centered around her recent documentary Olympic Pride, American Prejudice, a look at the complex racial politics of the Nazi Games in 1936 Berlin as experienced by African-American athletes. With the b…
 
We are thrilled beyond words to welcome Gidgit VonLaRue (co-host of The Retro Cinema Podcast) on the show to discuss the brilliant career of Frank Oz. Follow Gidgit VonLaRue: https://twitter.com/GidgitVonLaRue Subscribe to the Retro Cinema Podcast: http://theretrocinema.com/ Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colebrax Wrong Reel M…
 
Continuing our discussion about the core issues at the heart of the Black Lives Matter protests, we turn our eyes on policing and the systemic marginalization of black Americans through two definitive classics. It's another talk laden with hard truths and fascinating observations, but also plenty of heart and fun along the way, because that is what…
 
Filmmaker Bill Teck (One Day Since Yesterday) and the Hobo with the High Kick himself, Moose Matson, unite on the show for the first time to discuss their top 5 favorite Manly Movies that Make Men Misty. Follow Bill Teck on Twitter: https://twitter.com/billteck Watch ‘One Day Since Yesterday’: http://onedaysinceyesterday.com/ Follow Moose Matson on…
 
In the wake of the #BlackLivesMatter - #GeorgeFloyd protests, it was a trick to find the right film to talk about, but thanks to Warner Bros. making Just Mercy free to rent all month, the choice became easy. In an interwoven discussion of the protests, systematic racism, the death penalty and our collective social responsibilities, we explore the w…
 
Join us for one of our best discussions in the history of the 13 years of doing this show. We continue our political fiction festival with Hal Ashby's 1979 relevant classic Being There with Peter Sellers. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like wh…
 
AJFF has long shared strong female narratives through film. How do these stories intersect with Judaism and Jewish life? What are some memorable films that reveal the everyday realities of Jewish women around the world, and serve as a vehicle for understanding and action. Join hosts Sara and Brad and special guest, Lior Zaltzman, as they explore th…
 
Mackenzie Lambert (the host of Mack & the Movies) makes his return to discuss the wild triple B films of Andy Sidaris. Mack & the Movies: https://m-j-lambert.podomatic.com/ Follow Mackenzie Lambert on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinemaMack Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colebrax Wrong Reel Merchandise: https://teespring.com/s…
 
Steven Saunders (host of The Film Connection and contributor to Film ’89) makes his return to discuss the work of the legendary British comedy troupe, Monty Python. Follow Steven Saunders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatSJSaunders Buy 'Into the Eye of Magic' by Steven Saunders: https://amzn.to/2ZVfsnL Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://tw…
 
In a packed episode, we cover the news about Zack Snyder's Justice League finally happening, a Justice League animated movie, the Equalizer films, and the rare inclusion of a documentary, Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics. TO close things out, we turn our attention to celebrating two wonderful people who recently passed, Lynn Shelton & F…
 
What exactly is the Jewish notion of vengeance, and how has the concept been handled across Jewish media? Has it been portrayed with nuance and complexity, or has it mostly been a means of on-screen violence and exploitation? Join Sara, Brad, and special guest Dr. Eyal Peretz, as they try to answer these questions, exploring just how revenge plays …
 
This week we start a new segment called Forgotten Gems! We start with the perfect forgotten gem film with a dark and wonderful glimpse into the lives of east coast middle class families from the 70's with 1997's The Ice Storm directed Ang Lee. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to …
 
In a rare double first take, we look at two very recent films, Bloodshot from the Valiant Cinematic Universe, and the Gentlemen from Guy Ritchie, giving our two cents on whether you should or should not rent them. As usual we stray into some interesting and varied tangents on filmmakers, comics & special effects quality or lack thereof. Also, we ta…
 
Illustrator Tony Stella makes his triumphant return to talk about astonishing wave of Ninja movies that emerged from Japan during the 1960s. Follow Tony Stella on Twitter: https://twitter.com/studiotstella Official Site for Alphaville Design: https://www.alpha-ville-design.com/ Tony Stella on Tumblr: http://antoniostella.tumblr.com Follow James Han…
 
Sometimes we think we're done talking but we're not really done talking. Enjoy these extra minutes of conversation with film scholar Eddy Von Mueller as we dig a little deeper on the subject of comedies about tragedy. This bonus episode was recorded after we thought the discussion from the previous episode ("Am I Allowed to Laugh at This?") was fin…
 
In this fast paced and hilarious episode, we have our "first take" review of Sonic the Hedgehog, featuring a deliciously maniacal Jim Carrey, and then we go down macho memory lane with our compare/contrast of Navy SEALs & Under Siege-- the description of which pretty much speaks for itself. Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever you listen, please ra…
 
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