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Best Sundance podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Sundance podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A veteran detective (Jeanne Tripplehorn) must face the errors of a past case when the woman she convicted of murder is exonerated after 10 years in prison. Our heroine struggles to keep the trust of her department as a series of grisly murders rock her decaying South Carolina town, which puts her at odds with her ambitious partner (Ray McKinnon) and the department at large. Exeter was created by Ronnie Gunter, written by Ronnie Gunter and George Ducker, and stars Jeanne Tripplehorn and Ray M ...
 
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 ...
 
New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features Slate culture critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop. Get the Culture Gabfest and all of Slate's culture coverage here.
 
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.
 
In 1986, the body of affluent, beautiful, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin was found dead in Central Park. Her killer: Robert Chambers, a tall, handsome prep from the Upper East Side. He claimed she attempted to rape him and her death was an accident. Join host Amanda Knox as she deconstructs the stories behind the victim-blaming, privilege and media sensationalism that surrounded this murder and trial, as seen in the SundanceTV docu-series The Preppy Murder: Death in Central Park. The views, info ...
 
Your weekly dose of movies, TV & entertainment in the form of news, reviews and fun conversations! From Arturo Zurita (TheAtZShow, Let Me Explain) & Zach Shevich (Multiplex, MovieTickets.com), Intercut is a TV & Film podcast that drops every Friday on YouTube, Soundcloud, Spotify and Apple Podcasts. With the supplemental Let Us Explain podcasts providing deep dive discussion, Intercut also has sporadic installments focused on what's trending and the media that's worth talking about. Make sur ...
 
POPCORN & HEMLOCK is a film and TV podcast that tries to be, you know, somewhat entertaining. We release episodes twice a month, covering movies, TV, festivals, and awards season. Some of our regular segments include THE FILM OLYMPICS, WHAT TO NETFLIX, and DON'T WATCH THIS MOVIE.Hosted by Taylor Dearr and Evyn Williams.
 
The No Film School Podcast is the audio channel of nofilmschool.com, the leading worldwide community of filmmakers, video producers, and independent creatives. No Film School is where filmmakers learn from each other — “no film school” required. Our podcasts feature interviews with leading filmmakers and industry authorities, check-ins from major film festivals, and our weekly news update, Indie Film Weekly.
 
'T n A Run The World' is a weekly podcast with T & Ali. Tee is New York based photographer, publicist, co creator of GirlBossNYC, and co-manager of the master Sundance Industry Party List. Ali is a Golden Globe nominated (Bobby) and Sundance nominated (Come Early Morning) producer and director from New York. Topics range from sex, dating, film, fashion, music and all things NYC & the rest of the world. Twitter: @tnaruntheworld Instagram: @tnaruntheworld Facebook: @tnaruntheworld Our theme so ...
 
Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
 
On She Goes; a travel platform made for women of color, by women of color; brings to you, On She Goes the Podcast. The On She Goes team members discuss a range of topics from, Traveling while Black, The Great Outdoors, Volunteer/Do-Gooder Travel, Solo Travel, Road Trips, Ancestry, etc.
 
Millions of Screens, IndieWire’s brand new TV podcast, provides an inside look at the TV industry, sharing conversations based in IndieWire’s original reporting, breaking down that ever-elusive Hollywood buzz about town, and highlighting thoughtful analysis of the best and most impactful series you’re watching right now. Hosted by TV Awards Editor Libby Hill, TV Deputy Editor Ben Travers, and Creative Producer Leo Garcia.
 
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This week we dive into our favorite movies from the Sundance 2020 Film Festival with an 18-year vet of the festival Sean Leslie. We discuss the stand outs and the less than stellar things we watched and end the show with a must listen story about the infamous asshole, the Yak Lady, a Sundance legend. Enjoy!…
 
From the snowy mountains of Park City, Utah, Art & Zach break down all the films you need to know coming out of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Joined by Amanda the Jedi and Alina Montemayor, we're going through every feature length section in the Sundance program, from Documentary Premieres to U.S. Dramatic. Splashy premieres like Downhill, Never…
 
We're taking you back to Sundance with one of our favorite conversations, a round table with female composers (and serious BAD BITCHES!). Listen in as Anne Nikitin (Lost Girls), Tamar-Kali (The Last Thing He Wanted, Shirley, The Assistant), and Nainita Desai (The Reason I Jump) discuss the importance of sound in film, their own personal process in …
 
Today on Stateside , what the worsening erosion of Great Lakes shorelines looks like from a bird’s eye view. Plus, an expected flood of absentee ballots this November has some of Michigan's clerks nervous about timely reporting. We talk to a state senator who says accuracy is more important than speed when it comes to counting votes.…
 
"Omniboat: A Fast-Boat Fantastia" is a wild anthology film made by 14 directors, all centered around a speedboat in Miami. We attended the press line at the Sundance Film Festival premiere, and talked to some of the filmmakers: Phil Lord, writerHannah Fidell, directorJillian Mayer, directorLucas Leyva, directorXander Robin, directorJulian Yuri Rodr…
 
Erik Childress recaps his 18th year attending the first big film festival of the year talking about his favorites and even some of his not-so-favorites. Hear what Erik thought of new films with Michael Keaton, Jude Law, Steven Yeun, Alison Brie, Winston Duke and Aubrey Plaza. Plus the latest from directors Brandon Cronenberg, Miranda July and the f…
 
INFESTATION: SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 REVIEWS Sundance has come and gone once again. Heck, you probably already forgot that it ended last week. Justin didn’t though. But because he wasn’t able to attend the festival this year, he recruited one of his old friends Melissa to lend her thoughts on some under seen gems. Hear… Read More »Infestation: …
 
Laura interviewed the nationally recognized film critic and historian Tony Toscano at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2002 Tony was honored with his first Emmy Award for his program. In 2007 Toscano received his 2nd Emmy. Toscano is also the film reviewer and entertainment guru for ABC-4's "Good Morning Utah" and "Midday." Additionally, Tony is hear…
 
Last week we were fortunate enough to have two of our staff at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, exploring all the XR goodies at the New Frontier. XR correspondent Will Cherry and our host Noah Nelson trade notes on a very exciting class of 2020. The verdict: VR storytelling is maturing rapidly alongside the tech, thanks to pieces like The Book of D…
 
Live from the Sundance Film Festival, The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and his stunt doubles Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan are a gang of has-beens trying to keep the magic alive in the Golden Age of Hollywood when they rewatch 2020 Best Picture nominee ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood,’ starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie, directed b…
 
The ImpeachersGuest: Brenda Wineapple, author, "The Impeachers: The Trial of Andrew Johnson and the Dream of a Just Nation"Presidential impeachment has occurred throughout our nation’s history, beginning with Lincoln’s infamous successor, Andrew Johnson. Author and historian Brenda Wineapple explains the first US presidential impeachment. The Presi…
 
It's that time of year again, when Jon goes to see way too many movies in Park City, Utah, then comes back to tell us all about them. In addition to giving an overview of the Sundance Film Festival, Jon joins Will for in-depth reviews of the new Taylor Swift documentary Miss Americana, The Rhythm Section starring Blake Lively and Jude Law, and the …
 
The Curvy Critic aka Carla Renata gives her predictions for the upcoming Film Independent Spirit Awards and the Oscars. Plus a look back to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Sunset Boulevard. Presented by Black Hollywood Live and hosted by Carla Renata, The Curvy Critic is BHL's #1 inside source for film releases, festivals, insider scoops, and new…
 
Looking for more podcasts from SundanceTV? As the official television network of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, SundanceTV has exclusive access to the buzziest celebrities and emerging artists trekking out to Park City, Utah. With a prime location on Main Street during the festival, SundanceTV hosts star-studded panels in front of a live audience…
 
Here is just a taste of our Patreon-Only episode of the Frotcast where Vince goes to Sundance. Hey frotcast patrons! It’s that time of year again where Vince Mancini leaves the comfort of the Frotquarters and treks on up to Park City, Utah for the very important Sundance Film Festival. This week, Vince regales Matt with tales of the festival and ta…
 
“The Reel” is live in Park City at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Host Mark Olsen had a chance to catch up with some actors and filmmakers to explore different storytelling formats. He moderated a panel, taped live at Audible’s Sundance studio setup, which included Tessa Thompson, Colman Domingo and Justin Simien. Plus, Olsen sits down with a gro…
 
We have returned from Sundance and we have seen the movies. Some of them, at least. Sean and Amanda break down the Sundance movie archetypes and share their favorites from the festival (1:02). Then, they discuss what's been purchased in the market, and how streaming services are trying to improve their track record of Sundance acquisitions. They al…
 
We start this week's episode by discussing the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant, his impact on the game and the great tributes in the aftermath. Then we switch gears to discuss the latest NFL story lines including Phil Rivers and the Chargers parting ways, Drew Brees mulling retirement and of course the Super Bowl. We discuss how we think the game wil…
 
On this week's episode, Ben, Libby, and Leo talk about Sundance (where Leo was in attendance heading up IndieWire's Sundance Studio, where 87 interviews were recorded over the course of four days) and what potential value it can bring to projects included in its Indie Episodic program. Additionally, Libby discusses her trip to the DGAs, Ben delves …
 
From Lost to Hawaii Five-O, Daniel Dae Kim is all talent and cheeky smiles. He joins the hosts of Thirst Aid Kit to discuss the premiere of Blast Beat, what it’s like to be discarded for Keanu Reeves and Randall Park, being trapped on the Lost island, and what it means to see himself as a Thirst Object. You may know Kendrick Sampson’s leading man l…
 
In nearly a decade of attending Sundance, I’ve never seen a scene like the premiere of the documentary Miss Americana, detailing the last year and a half or so of Taylor Swift’s life. The crowd before letting into the theater was huge, blistering with rumors about whether or not there was so many guests and press that there wouldn’t be room for tic…
 
It’s a ‘True Detective’ reunion over at FX, with Nic Pizzolatto and Matthew McConaughey linking up to produce a drama series called ‘Redeemer’ (10:21). Andy finally saw ‘Parasite’ and is ready to crown it the best movie of 2019 (16:44). Plus, thoughts on the first episode of ‘Star Trek: Picard’ (27:15) and a report from the 2020 Sundance Film Festi…
 
Plus we debrief on an emotionally devastating interaction with a major entertainment power player, aka 'The Shushening'. Our NFS team has been at Sundance for a few days, and we've all had time to learn a little bit more about filmmaking and the festival itself. We talk about our favorite lessons including how and why Sundance mixes the mainstream …
 
On the "Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter Live: Indie Filmmakers" panel The Hollywood Reporter journalist Piya Sinha-Roy joins actors and actresses from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival for a frank, in-depth conversation about their work, inspirations and latest projects. Panelists include Lana Wilson (Miss Americana), Lee Isaac Chung (Minari), E…
 
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