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Film Fight

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Film Fight is a film analysis podcast hosted by Zack Beseda, Amber Hollinger, Steve Walter and Jim Vastano. Each episode the group matches up two movies of similar plot or genre to see which one works better and why. Zack Beseda is a podcaster and writer (So Fast, So Furious, Metal School, Debut Review). Amber Hollinger is a Television Director for animation, her work has been nominated for Annie and Peabody Awards (Stillwater, Housebroken, Hamster and Gretel). Steve Walter is an Emmy Nomina ...
 
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Faith and Film

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'Faith and Film' is our podcast channel looking at how our Catholic faith relates to the movies. Here you will find a collection of film reviews, comment pieces and analysis looking at all aspects of the cinematic experience. Fr Peter Malone MSC is our regular contributor. Fr Peter's a former president of SIGNIS - the World Catholic Association for Communication. He's a highly experienced film critic and author who has travelled the world watching, writing on and talking about movies.
 
Bringing you the biggest and most important news from the world of film entertainment, with sharp commentary and analysis by someone who loves the magic of the big screen. Each episode I (and sometimes with my special guests) share thoughts and opinions on the latest movie news, trailers and reviews. No subject is off limit and please be aware there will be plenty of profanity!
 
"It's not Garbage" is a podcast hosted by Eric Satterberg and Juan Diego Ramirez. It revisits films the hosts believe were not given a fair analysis at the time the film was released. Our promise to our listeners is to offer a 30-44min deep dive on one film per podcast in a fun context.
 
From Art House to Screwball Comedies, people will always have spiritedcriticisms about movies.Spoiler Alert: R.J. Sarah, and the two Daves challenge each other and thelisteners to watch movies for more than entertainment value.Whether you’re a filmmaker or just want to hear analysis and critique, weinvite you to listen in on the discussion.
 
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Film Formally

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Film Formally

Will Ross & Devan Scott

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Film Formally gets granular about how movies work by studying a technique or trait through its best examples. Independent filmmakers and friends Devan Scott and Will Ross leverage years of experience watching and making movies to bring you spirited and approachable conversations, offering brick-by-brick analysis and discussions about how films work.
 
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Tweet And we’re back! Barely ten months after our last commentary, Jimmy B and I dive right back in with another horror classic. This time, we examine the slasher flick that started it all (by ripping off Halloween). We get to the bottom of my distaste for horror movies (it’s really just a distaste for … Continue reading Friday the 13th (1980) →…
 
In 1998, one Giant Asteroid movie wasn’t enough, so Zack, Amber, Steve and Jim go on their own mission to find out if “Armageddon” or “Deep Impact” hit home. Reveals: Does Michael Bay make the cut on Zack’s hangout list? Has Steve taken his day off to write a theme song for the podcast? Did Jim have a weekend full of whale vomit? What scene in Deep…
 
Zack, Amber, Jim and Steve dive into the shallow waters of reality TV introspections, The Truman Show (1999) vs Ed TV (1999). Reveals: When mistaken for Jim Carrey, Jim Vastano admits pretending to be the star on numerous occasions, a metacritic reviewer tells us how to keep a woman happy, and find out who predicted within a minute of Matthew McCon…
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This time, along with friend and original co-host Jason Kryptic, he watched and reviewed "Black Widow", directed by Cate Shortland & starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz & David Harbour! With NO SPOILERS …
 
With Jim and Steve out of town, Zack and Amber are left on their own to explore the world of hotel love in Pretty Woman (1990) vs Maid in Manhattan (2002) where women of lower socioeconomic status fall in love with wealthy suitors during their stay. Reveals: Zack had never seen Pretty Woman prior to the record… will this viewing convert him into a …
 
Ep 04. Marquee Match: Robocop vs Robocop (Sci fi Remake Edition) Dead or alive, Zack, Amber, Jim and Steve go into the future world of law enforcement when they watch Robocop (1987) and its remake Robocop (2014). Reveals: Jim is the outlier in his final verdict, Steve makes a stunning revelation about his family tie to Ronnie Cox, and Amber challen…
 
Amber, Zack, Jim and Steve head west to round up their thoughts on Wyatt Earp based movies Tombstone (1993) and Wyatt Earp (1994). Reveals: Jim’s knowledge of Jason Priestly is tested, Amber unearths some hidden desires, a passionate historian calls Tombstone to the table, and in a shock to absolutely no one Zack and Steve unite in a love for Val K…
 
Ep 02. Marquee Match: 48 HRS. vs Red Heat Buddy Cop Edition Amber, Zack, Steve and Jim go on an 80s joy ride with two films shot by the same director (Walter Hill) 6 years apart. We’re talking about 48 Hrs. (1982) Vs Red Heat (1988). Reveals: Steve accidentally watches the 1976 Red Heat, a group member compares one of the films to The Godfather, Am…
 
This movie is an absolute Trip. If you want something that will make you think then David Lynch's Eraserhead will make your brain light itself on Fire. This suspenseful movie will make you rethink your reality. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/postcutpodcast)PostCut: The Film Podcast による
 
Ep 01. Marquee Match: Duel vs Joy Ride Road Trip/Thriller Edition Zack and Amber dissect Steven Spielberg’s directorial debut (Duel, 1971) and John Dahl’s seemingly homage to Duel (Joy Ride, 2001), two films featuring villains driving Peterbilt trucks. Reveals: Zack shares his father’s CB handle and his own brush with a road raged driver while Ambe…
 
It’s our one-year, 43rd-episode spectacular, and we’re once again answering your questions! We go deep on the new WONG KAR-WAI restorations, our thoughts on Zach Snyder’s JUSTICE LEAGUE, the merits of handheld camera operation, film scores, not one but TWO aspect ratio rants from Devan, and more! But first, some NEWS. We’re going to be taking a bit…
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This time, along with friend and co-host Aaron Field, he watched and reviewed "Tenet", written and directed by Christopher Nolan, and starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki! With NO SPOILERS f…
 
How an acclaimed director’s versions of a famous film be unavailable for decades — when there’s nothing stopping their release? How can a small group of fans gather the evidence and means to reconstruct those versions? How can they finally have a hand in its official release? Endless passion — and a lot of luck. It’s a subject and film as near and …
 
Adapting literary works to the screen involves a certain amount of translation. There are certain things that are easily conveyed in writing that cannot be conveyed in a straightforward way onscreen; likewise, there are elements of cinematic language that open up new routes to expression. John Le Carre’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a useful case s…
 
Colour grading, the art of manipulating the colour of a film digitally in post-production, is as omnipresent as it is misunderstood. To help demystify the process, we’ve invited supervising colourist Andrea Chlebak (Mandy, An American Pickle, HBO’s The Watchmen) to discuss the art of colour grading with us. In this episode, we discuss: Where does t…
 
Extreme ways are back! In pog form! This week we’ve got a wonderful little discussion about the evolution of the Jason Bourne film series. In particular, we’re here to dissect how Paul Greengrass transformed it into the 21st century’s foremost example of Chaos Cinema. Handheld camerawork, fast editing, questionable focus? It’s all here, and we’re h…
 
Geez, it’s been a while since we got spooky on the show, hasn’t it? High time we brought back Mike Thorn to talk about how Wes Craven fused meta storytelling and horror in two franchises: A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream. We’ll permeate the membranes of reality, disassemble Craven’s views on horror’s social and political value, and laugh about …
 
An Anti-Masterpiece is, as defined by our own Will Ross, is “an astonishing, essential work of art in spite of a distinct lack of conventional competence on the part of its makers”. After Last Season by Mark Region is one such film, and we’ve invited filmmaker Bram Ruiter to discuss it with us. In what is very much not a “bad movie” episode, we att…
 
For this episode our Associate Producer Paige Smith has relieved Devan and Will of hosting duties so that she can talk about Eighth Grade’s depiction and use of the Internet — and she’s brought on two friends who survived eighth grade with her, Bronwyn Henderson and Brietta Stewart. It's both a dive into how the film interweaves screens and scrolli…
 
In part two of our Verite series we discuss truth in documentary filmmaking with returning guest Sophy Romvari. Sophy’s films have increasingly blurred the line between fact and fiction and are often classified as ‘hybrid’ documentaries. What can we learn from this type of fusion cinema? We go deep on the existential questions that inevitably ensue…
 
We're doing two episodes on truth in cinema, starting with one on standards of reality in narrative films. Whit Stillman (The Last Days of Disco, Love & Friendship) joined us, largely to register his animosity towards the idea of making stylistic decisions based on realism, and shared his thoughts on aesthetic decline, pretension, and the meowling …
 
Welcome to season 3! To kick things off, we’ve brought Duplitech Film Services Manager Blake Blasingame in to discuss film preservation and mastering for home video. Are you ready for 88 minutes of unadulterated shop talk about grain structure, bit depth, oversampling, color grading, and vinegar syndrome? Of course you are! This is Film Formally, a…
 
It’s our second SEASON BREAK SPECTACULAR! You sent us some great questions, and we answered them. Per our answer early in the pod, you can check out https://native-land.ca/ to see which indigenous territory you might live on (bear in mind it’s not comprehensive or “official”). There’s a good explanation of land acknowledgments there, too. If you’d …
 
Film Formally is on hiatus, but that won't stop us from taking your questions! Take our quick survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y7HV6CM to submit questions that we'll answer on our podcast in an upcoming episode. Plus, Devan comes in with some HOT TAKES.Will Ross & Devan Scott による
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This time, he watched and reviewed "The King of Staten Island", directed by Judd Apatow, and starring Pete Davidson, Bel Powley, Marisa Tomei, Bill Burr, Ricky Velez, and featuring a ton of other comedians from the World Fam…
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This time, he watched and reviewed "The King of Staten Island", directed by Judd Apatow, and starring Pete Davidson, Bel Powley, Marisa Tomei, Bill Burr, Ricky Velez, and featuring a ton of other comedians from the World Fam…
 
For our season 2 finale, we keep it simple and discuss none other than the use of colour across the works of Wong Kar-Wai. In particular, we discuss the use of colour to evoke emotions, mood, and symbolism in his 21st century masterpieces In The Mood For Love and 2046. We’ll be taking a break for the holidays, but our regularly scheduled programmin…
 
It’s an emergency, time for a podcast! This week, we’re discussing the sordid tale of the DC comics behemoth blockbuster Justice League. Initially released in 2017 to much disappointment after extensive Joss Whedon-helmed reshoots, it’s taken on a new life after a movement around releasing original director Zack Snyder’s preferred cut formed. What …
 
Tweet Just in time to be a month late for Halloween, Jimmy B joins me to revisit the 1980s John Landis classic. It stars the Rick Baker & His Amazing Physical Effects, the Dr Pepper guy, and That Guy From The Madonna Movie Your Sister liked, plus Jenny Agutter. We compare this to An American … Continue reading An American Werewolf in London →…
 
How do we light our movies? The answer for many starts with the idea of motivation. What, within the world of our film, justifies the light illuminating our stories? In this episode we once again sit down with Paige Smith to discuss the ins and outs of lighting ideology. Most films circa the 21st century are lit in a way that prizes ‘naturalism’; w…
 
Okay, folks, it's time for blocking! The pre-planned arrangement, movement, and posturing of characters in a frame is one of a director's most artistically demanding on-set tasks, and nobody blocked a scene better than Sidney Lumet (whom we've already talked about once this season). Screenwriter and Lumet mega-fan Cameron Carpenter joined us to tal…
 
Today we're taking a trip through a few of the wild worlds of experimental animation, to get a sense of what makes these proudly bizarre shorts — which take on or even invent processes unheard of in mainstream animated films — feel so persuasive and affecting. We're joined by animator Gil Goletski, who came with an excellent program of shorts to wa…
 
There’s a new concert film out! It’s called David Byrne’s American Utopia, directed by none other than Spike Lee and shot by none other than Ellen Kuras. It documents David Byrne’s most recent tour-turned Broadway show, and it’s drawn much discussion: in particular, to David Byrne’s previous high-profile concert film, Stop Making Sense. We took thi…
 
How do you establish a sense of space through sound, not just as a means of describing a physical space, but the inner state of a person? Filmmakers Nisha Platzer and Nayuribe Montero Jimenez join us to discuss how they pulled that off when they sculpted the sonic shape of both the Cuban landscape and a silent, train-fixated boy within it in their …
 
This time around we’re using our personal experiences to shed light on one version of how post production on an independent film can play out, discussing how we helped Daniel Jeffery and Mackenzie Warner finish the short film they co-wrote, A New Leash on Life. The four of us discuss our respective roles of editor, composer, colourist, and sound de…
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This episode he watched and reviewed "Project Power", directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, and starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dominique Fishback, Courtney B. Vance, Rodrigo Santoro & Amy Landecker! With NO…
 
Host Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discusses pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This episode he watched and reviewed "Project Power", directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, and starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dominique Fishback, Courtney B. Vance, Rodrigo Santoro & Amy Landecker! With NO…
 
In which we discuss Agnes Varda’s final film, Varda by Agnes, and the questions it poses about the nature of cinema: is it simply a piece of lecture videography? The swan song from one of the greatest artists of our time? Both? The fundamentals of what constitute “Videography” and “Filmmaking” are put on trial as we interrogate Varda's late work.…
 
We take hard review on the recent Netflix releases Cuties. This film is Controversial in many ways. The PostCut Crew has a strong discussion on the Concealed meaning intellectually Placed in this Movie. ⚠ Warning: The Topics Discussed herein Contain Material that some may find disturbing. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/postcutpodcast)…
 
We kick off our second season talking about one of our favourite films, Fail Safe, and its extraordinary use of contrast not just as an aesthetic, but as the guiding philosophy behind the whole film. Sidney Lumet’s nuclear thriller employs endless contrasts: between dark and light, fast and slow, loud and quiet, abstraction and realism, and the lif…
 
There seem to be as many meanings for the word “cinematic” as there are people who use it, so we enlisted the help of our listeners to provide their own definitions, all of which we read and respond to in this episode. With help from some of our oldest filmmaking friends, we worked to see where everyone was coming from with their takes — from camer…
 
Join us for a laid back discussion about internationally acclaimed animation director Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli and how he utilizes storyboards to plan and create his films. One of our regular hosts, Devan Scott, is away this week, so our associate producer and resident Ghibli enthusiast Paige Smith joins Will Ross to explore how Miyazaki wor…
 
How do prolific local filmmaking communities come about… and how do they slip away? Curator and film critic Josh Cabrita joins us as we take our own home of Vancouver as a case study for how creative and institutional stagnation happens, and what we can do to counteract it.Will Ross & Devan Scott による
 
Ever seen the original Star Wars trilogy? Which versions? Multiple new “official” editions of the films have emerged since 1997, with the original films as seen in the 70s and 80s left without any official release. The work of tracking all these changes and preserving the originals has largely fallen to fans, one of whom, Drew Stewart, runs Star Wa…
 
Join us as we open our ears to the stylized sounds of a bustling commercial existence circa the 1930s — that is, the way they sound in some of the more daring documentaries of the time. Tanya Goldman, a Cinema Studies PHD candidate at NYU, walks us through these films, how their radical soundtracks express their politics, and how the soundscapes of…
 
What does an image feel like? Is it smooth? Coarse? Soft? Sharp? Distorted? These are decisions that cinematographers, directors, and anyone else involved in the creation of a visual language for a specific film must grapple with. Christopher Blauvelt, the acclaimed cinematographer of such films as First Cow, Emma, Meek’s Cutoff, Certain Women, The…
 
It’s grievance time! Will and Devan take on the world of revisionist audio in film restoration. A niche subject? Probably. Something you should care about? Most definitely! When you pop in the latest lovingly-restored 4k Blu-Ray release by a boutique label, you might expect that the soundtrack would be given the same faithful treatment as the video…
 
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