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THE DIRECTORS SERIES is a podcast dedicated to appreciating and deconstructing the work of contemporary and classic film directors. In the show, we breakdown the careers of film directors like Christopher Nolan, Stanley Kubrick, Quentin Tarantino, David Fincher, The Coen Brothers, and Paul Thomas Anderson just to name a few. From their early works and short films to their blockbuster achievements and Oscar glory. The goal of the show to give the listener an insight into the film director's p ...
 
Based on a high school film class I teach, this podcast focuses on films that reflect society and history from a variety of time periods. We also discuss films that are influenced by specific historical events no matter if they are fact or fiction! Find us on iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher, and PodOmatic. Follow us on Twitter @HistoryThruFilm & support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/HistoryThruFilm
 
GUARDA ░░▒▓██► http://bit.ly/2W8sN8q ,DATA USCITA: 2019-08-09| 101 Minuti GENERE: Animazione,Azione,Avventura ANNO: 2019 popolarità: 73.201 Aziende manifatturiere: Toei Animation Trama : Durante l'Expo dei Pirati, una manifestazione "fatta dai pirati per i pirati", si riuniscono i pirati di tutti il mondo. Tra questi, vi sono di certo alcuni di quelli che vengono ritenuti tra i più pericolosi. La Ciurma di Cappello di Paglia non può fare a meno di unirsi a loro per mettersi sulle tracce di u ...
 
REGARDER ░░▒▓██► http://bit.ly/33L0CPo Date de sortie 2019-10-23 (128) Genres Action,Science-Fiction Nationalité Américain SYNOPSIS ET DÉTAILS De nos jours à Mexico. Dani Ramos, 21 ans, travaille sur une chaîne de montage dans une usine automobile. Celle-ci voit sa vie bouleversée quand elle se retrouve soudainement confrontée à 2 inconnus : d’un côté Gabriel, une machine Terminator des plus évoluées, indestructible et protéiforme, un « Rev-9 », venue du futur pour la tuer ; de l’autre Grace ...
 
Award-winning screenwriters, consultants, and historians Alex von Tunzelmann and Hannah Grieg are delving deep into historical films. In each episode they talk to an expert about their loves, their hates, and about whether they have what it takes to be a member of the History Film Club See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A chronological journey through the struggles, sacrifices, and successes of every animated feature film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. Join your hosts, Andy, Hunter and Michael, in discussion and debate surrounding Disney's most (and least) beloved fairytales and adventures in the broader context of the Walt Disney Company and the animation studio's influence on pop culture.
 
Wolf and David explore the history films we love or (or sometimes, films we’d loved just a little less but find interesting). Turns out we like different things…anyway, then we given them a score for two things – how good are they as a film, and how accurate are they with their history. When you’ve listened, join us at the History of England Facebook Group – you can vote, and tell us what you think of the film, and you can even tell us (in no uncertain terms) what you think of our views (whi ...
 
A High Contrast Podcast with one movie buff and one movie not enough! Join your hosts Tyler the Movie Buff and Brandon the Movie-Not-Enough for the Film Foil Podcast! A hatful of a hundred of history’s greatest movies spurs their fortnightly discussion from two wildly different perspectives. Listen along as Brandon and Tyler (and an occasional surprise guest) discuss what they loved about the movie, share behind-the-scenes facts, offer recommendations for further viewing, and decide whether ...
 
Fighting On Film is a brand new podcast about classic, current and obscure war movies featuring Robbie McGuire (of RM Military History) and Matthew Moss (of Historical Firearms & The Armourer's Bench). Join them as they uncover forgotten gems and diamonds in the rough! Find us on twitter @FightingOnFilm
 
REGARDER ░░▒▓██► http://bit.ly/2LWX46l ,Date de sortie 2019-09-19 (92) Genres Animation,Aventure,Comédie,Familial Nationalité Américain SYNOPSIS ET DÉTAILS Tout commence sur le toit d’un immeuble à Shanghai, avec l’improbable rencontre d’une jeune adolescente, l’intrépide Yi avec un jeune Yeti. La jeune fille et ses amis Jin et Peng vont tenter de ramener chez lui celui qu’ils appellent désormais Everest, leur nouvel et étrange ami, afin qu’il puisse retrouver sa famille sur le toit du monde ...
 
Versus Mike History can only be described as a cultural experience that bends the space between review, interview, and commentary. Any given episode could be Michael sitting down with people from diverse walks of life, a deep dive on a particular film, album, or series, or commentary on society’s top topics. Get the full Versus Mike History experience at versusmikehistory.com How to support the podcast: versusmikehistory.com/donate Follow the podcast on Instagram @versusmikehistory and on Tw ...
 
Carina Magyar grabs a friend and makes them watch a random Best Picture winner until she's finally seen all 90 (and counting). The podcast began when Carina realized she had only seen 12 Best Picture winners ever, and most of those were the obvious blockbuster recent ones, despite being a lifelong cinephile. Each episode has a different guest trying to guess what the movie will be like ahead of time, watching the flick with Carina, then breaking down what they just saw from a first-timers' p ...
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through the civil rights movement to the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teachers and good information for everybody.
 
The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City — from the huddled masses on Ellis Island to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.
 
In each episode of In The Past Lane, the history podcast, we take up topics in American history and explore them through feature pieces, interviews, book and film reviews, and more. Our guiding philosophy is that history is not just about the past - it's about our world, here and now. History explains why things are the way they are, everything from our economy, religious practices, and foreign policy, to political ideology, family structure, and rates of poverty. Our aim is to be both infor ...
 
~60 min class time with Pastor Kevin Wright discussing the History of the Church within the context of the history of the world. Listen as they discuss how the Church developed and how it affected the world in the process (and how it was affected by the world in return). Make connections on how history repeats itself -- how we can learn from that, and how we tend to make the same mistakes people made in the past. This series was originally presented with PowerPoint slide shows. Unfortunately ...
 
How have writers, illustrators, film makers, and musicians shaped the American experience? In this podcast series historian Dr. Darren R. Reid explores American history through the lens of the artist. From classic comics books to music and film, this podcast examines how art and artistry has reflected and informed the American experience. Featured iTunes podcast (January and February 2014), #1 episodes in Education and Higher Education. Current series, "Comic Book Studies" explores the histo ...
 
Tara Bennett, SYFY WIRE's Sr. Producer, hosts the official podcast of HISTORY's new series, PROJECT BLUE BOOK. A TCA member and the author of more than 28 official books on the making of television and film, Bennett conducts a weekly exploration of the creative decisions behind every episode of of the new HISTORY drama starring Aidan Gillen as Dr. J. Allen Hynek.
 
In this podiobook: Part film noir detective story, part fantasy adventure, part East End gangster tale, How to Disappear Completely concerns Theo Braithwaite, a failed actress and worse waitress, becoming involved in an unseen world populated by history's rejects and runaways from a secret society known as The Footmen. A stranger to London, waiting for life to come and find her, she is instead found by a part-time thief called Kilbey Salmon who, along with his rockabilly-obsessed partner, is ...
 
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It's the second part of episode 11, in which we cover Alice Guy's movies. Movies, after all, are just as much a part of film history as the people who made them (more actually). In this episode, we discuss: Faust et Méphistophélès (1903) A Story Well Spun (1906) The Drunken Mattress (1907) A Sticky Woman (1906) Madame’s Cravings (1906) The Conseque…
 
Alex von Tunzelmann & Hannah Greig chat to Grant Montgomery, production designer on The Limehouse Golem, Sanditon, The Crimson Petal and The White, Jamaica Inn, Gunpowder, Peaky Blinders and many, many more. Producer by Natt Tapley for Gloaming Productions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In Season 2 we will be deconstructing the work and career of film director David Fincher on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network http://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.comIFH Podcast Network による
 
Thank you for downloading the 3028, a show about Disney history and Disney listory. This week, Matt and Kevin look ahead into 2021 and discuss new Disney theme park offerings, films, and television show that will debut this year. Enjoy!
 
Johnny Smythe was one of very few West Africans to fly with Britain's air force during WW2. Recruited in Sierra Leone in 1941 he was trained as a navigator and flew 26 missions on RAF bombers before being shot down over Germany and taken prisoner in 1943. His son Eddy Smythe spoke to Tim Stokes about his father’s story.Photo: Johnny Smythe in his R…
 
The Ghanaian president, Kwame Nkrumah, was one of Africa's most famous independence leaders. But in 1966, while he was out of the country, the Ghanaian military and police seized power in a coup. The legendary Ghanaian film maker Chris Hesse worked closely with Nkrumah and was with him at the time. He spoke to Alex Last about his memories of the co…
 
Join us for as we examine the Carol Reed-directed 1944 British classic 'The Way Ahead' starring David Niven, Stanley Holloway, William Hartnell, Peter Ustinov and John Laurie. We're joined by special guest Richard Fisher of the Vickers MG Collection and Research Association. The film follows a platoon of men through their call up, training and up t…
 
In this episode, we talk with movement veteran Courtland Cox about lessons from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and his own development as a young organizer of the Emmett Till generation. We join Karlyn Forner and John B. Gartrell to tour the resources available through SNCC Digital Gateway. And we hear from student organizer Kaia Woo…
 
In the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis Ireland had to borrow billions to stop its banks from going under and to keep its economy afloat. The IMF, the EU and the European Central Bank provided the money. Matt Murphy has been speaking to Patrick Honahan, who was Ireland's central banker at the time of the bailout. Photo: Protesters take to t…
 
In the 1960s, Swedish scientists documented how acid rain was poisoning lakes, killing fish, damaging soils and forests. Crucially they said it was an international problem, because the acid rain was caused by industrial pollution being carried on the prevailing winds from countries thousands of miles away. Acid rain is primarily created by the bur…
 
This week’s episode comes with new changes! We have a new podcast intro and our song of the week gets pushed to the end of the episode. We start our episode leading the love as usual giving a shout out to the Awkabaa Mansion. Our Black Spotlight was reserved for Baldwin & Co., a Black owned bookstore located in New Orleans. Our Off The Topics inclu…
 
The next era of Dis-Order begins when Andy, Michael, and Hunter go on a road trip with Goofy and Max and review the most requested film of the podcast, 1995's A Goofy Movie. Find more Dis-Order: Every Disney Movie through the official RF4RM social media channels: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Rate, review, & subscribe to Dis-Order on: Apple …
 
Last week, The A.V. Club put out a call for questions from you, readers of the site and loyal listeners of our weekly podcast, Film Club. This week, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife are answering a selection of them on a very special AMA episode. Press play below to hear their thoughts on the future of movie releases, which of each other’s reviews …
 
The Motown group The Supremes had a string of number one hits in 1964. They would become the most popular girl group of the 1960s. One of the three original singers, Mary Wilson, spoke to Vincent Dowd about growing up in Detroit, commercial success, and civil rights.Photo: The Supremes, (left to right) Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross, on …
 
The Hotel Theresa is considered a genuine (if under-appreciated) Harlem gem, both for its unique architecture and its special place in history as the hub for African-American life in the 1940s and 50s. The luxurious apartment hotel was built by a German lace manufacturer to cater to a wealthy white clientele. But almost as soon as the final brick w…
 
The Black Panther Party hit the headlines in the late 1960s with their call for a revolution in the USA. But they also ran a number of "survival programmes" to help their local communities - the biggest of which was a project providing free breakfasts for schoolchildren.Reverend Earl Neil was one of the organisers of the first Free Breakfast for Ch…
 
The story of an African American woman who played a largely unsung role in countless medical breakthroughs over more than half a century. Henrietta Lacks had cells taken from her body in 1951 when she was suffering from cancer. Those cells were found to be unique in a most particular way. They continued to reproduce endlessly in the laboratory. Cul…
 
Join us for something a little bit different this week as we discuss some listener pitches of war movies they'd like to see made! We share our own ideas and look at what you guys suggested recently over on twitter. If you're not following us on twitter, find us at twitter.com/FightingOnFilm and join the fun!…
 
Alex von Tunzelmann & Hannah Greig talk to Dr Priya Atwal about Bollywood, how governments attempt to control historical narratives, having to put disclaimers on historical fiction and who the most attractive people in the world are. Produced by: Natt Tapley for Gloaming Productions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
- Warto sobie przypomnieć, patrząc na takie budowle, jak np. Zamek Cesarski w Poznaniu, skąd on się wziął, dlaczego akurat w 1910 roku był inaugurowany i co miała wizualizować właśnie architektoniczna strona obecności pruskiej na polskich ziemiach. Jest parę takich przykładów, które można podać, dlaczego powinniśmy przypominać sobie o dziejach Prus…
 
How one man used research by historians at University College London into Britain's forgotten slave-owners to track down the descendants of the family who'd owned his ancestors two centuries earlier. Dr James Dawkins tells Louise Hidalgo how his quest led him to the famous evolutionary biologist, Professor Richard Dawkins, author of the Selfish Gen…
 
It wasn't until recently that researchers working in the national archive in London discovered the extent to which ordinary people in Britain had been involved in the slave trade in the 18th and early 19th century. Louise Hidalgo has been talking to Dr Nick Draper, who uncovered volumes of records detailing the thousands of people who claimed compe…
 
Happy Valentine's Day! To celebrate, Brandon and Tyler are joined by Red to discuss Wong Kar-wai's 2000 Ramance Drama "In the Mood for Love" Follow us on on Twitter, @FilmFoilPodcast, and Facebook Brandon’s Twitter: @BrandoV2 Tyler’s Twitter: @TylerJRinne Red's Twitter: @rediculous2006 Music - "Golden Sunrise" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http:…
 
Simon, Tobi and Vaughn look at Bill Clinton’s time in office – specifically his first term, the 1994 mid-terms and the Republican Revolution. We also briefly look at the 1996 election, meaning Vaughn gets to discuss Ross Perot again. We also cover the Waco Siege and Tobi solves history.
 
A longer episode this week, and we aren't even done yet! In this exiting episode, we cover the early career of Leon Gaumont and his first star director Alice Guy, the first female filmmaker. It was worth the wait, and I will see you next week! -JakeHistory of Film による
 
Valentine’s Day is Sunday, and to celebrate this annual rush for florists, chocolatiers, and greeting-card magnates, The A.V. Club has rolled out several odes to romantic pop-culture. It’s Love Week, you saps! The festivities continue on this uncharacteristically mushy episode of Film Club, wherein critics (and usual cynics) A.A. Dowd and Katie Rif…
 
More than 400 civilians were killed when two US precision bombs hit the Amiriya air raid shelter in western Baghdad on the morning of 13 February 1991. The Americans claimed that the building had served as a command and control centre for Saddam Hussein's forces. It was the largest single case of civilian casualities that ocurred during Operation D…
 
How did Harlem become Harlem, the historic center of Black culture, politics and identity in American life? This is the story of revolutionary ideas -- and radical real estate. By the 1920s, Harlem had become the capital of Black America, where so many African-American thinkers, artists, writers, musicians and entrepreneurs would live and work that…
 
Nurses from outside the UK form a vital part of the country's National Health Service. Many come from African countries. Cecilia Anim - who left Ghana for England in 1972 - became the first black woman to be made president of the Royal College of Nursing. In 2017 she was awarded a CBE by the Queen. She has been speaking to Sharon Hemans for Witness…
 
In 1989 celebrities in New York set up the 'Street News' paper to help the homeless. People living rough sold the paper at a profit instead of begging, initially it was very successful with around 250,000 copies sold per issue and the idea was copied around the world. Lee Stringer was living on the street when he began selling 'Street News', he dis…
 
Join us as we take a special look at not one but two films - both looking at the ill-fated SAS mission - Bravo Two Zero. Gulf War films are rare and with the 30th Anniversary of the war upon us we thought it was a good time to take a look at 'The One That Got Away' (1996) and 'Bravo Two Zero' (1999). Don't forget to leave a comment/review/rating an…
 
Oral histories, historic sites, archives and museums expand students’ understanding of the past. They fill in gaps in our textbooks—complementing what’s included and capturing what’s not. This episode highlights online oral history collections including the Civil Rights History Project. It offers recommendations for students conducting their own or…
 
In Season 2 we will be deconstructing the work and career of film director David Fincher on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network http://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.comIFH Podcast Network による
 
In 1984 a group of lesbians and gay men organised a benefit concert to support striking coal-miners. They sent the money they raised to a mining village in Wales. The miners' strike was the biggest industrial dispute in British history. Hear from Mike Jackson, one of the gay men inspired by the miners' struggle. Photo: Campaign activists on the 198…
 
Był aktywnie zaangażowany w komunizm w Polsce, określał się jako myśliciel marksistowski, ale bardzo szybko przyszło rozczarowanie marksizmem - powiedział w Polskim Radiu 24 dr Hubert Czyżewski z Centrum Badań Kopernik UJ, komentując biografię Leszka Kołakowskiego.
 
Francis Bacon painted distorted and disturbing images but his works are now widely considered one of the great achievements of post-war British art. Vincent Dowd has been trawling through the BBC archives listening to Bacon talking about his work, and gaining an insight into his Bohemian, hard-drinking ways.Photo: Francis Bacon in London in 1970. C…
 
Thank you for downloading the SEASON 4 FINALE of the 3028, a show about Disney history and Disney listory. This week, Matt and Kevin WRAP Season 4 with an off the hook look at the beginning of the Disney princess renaissance in 1989 - Walt Disney's The Little Mermaid. We want to thank you for listening to this show for the last 4 seasons. We began …
 
DES or Diethylstilbestrol was a form of synthetic estrogen developed in the 1930s, regularly prescribed to pregnant women to prevent miscarriage. But in the 1960s it was discovered that not only did it not prevent miscarriage, it also had dangerous side effects for the daughters of the women who had taken it while pregnant – including reproductive …
 
How historically accurate is Stanley Kubrick’s epic Spartacus? This time Gaz and Mel dive into the Hollywood classic about the slave that took on the Roman Empire! Starring Kirk Douglas, Jean Simmons, Laurence Olivier and Charles Laughton. Join us as we discuss the real history of the slave rebellion, why the original director had to be fired, and …
 
The US Civil War of 1861-65 left 700,000 troops dead. The Southern Confederate states rebelled against the Union of the North because the Confederates wanted to protect the right to own slaves. The hero of the rebel cause, General Robert E Lee, was charged with treason and had his citizenship revoked. So why did Congress reinstate his citizenship i…
 
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