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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 ...
Cedar Lee Radio is your weekly source for information on films from around the world that play at the hundreds of Art House Theatres around the country. Hosts Aaron and Dave will also keep you informed about news and projects in the Art House world, film festivals, awards buzz and share their weekly top 3 lists of films you should be watching to enhance your theatrical experience.
In this podcast, German podcaster Annik Rubens talks slowly about topics of everyday German life, from beergardens to recycling. More information and Premium Podcast with learning materials on Slow German at www.slowgerman.com. You can read the complete transcript of each episode on this internet-site or in the ID3-Tags.
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.
DIY filmmakers, actors, screenwriters and industry experts, share their tips on creating, marketing and distributing socially conscious content.
A talk show about the independent film industry.
When a young woman witnesses a fatal assault and does not intervene, she finds herself haunted by someone, or something, out for revenge. Director Jeffrey Reddick, who created the Final Destination horror series, takes us on another journey of terror.By Film Threat Podcast
Indie film legend Lloyd Kaufman is a filmmaker, an actor and the co-founder of Troma Entertainment, the studio that brought us The Toxic Avenger, Poultrygeist, Tromeo and Juliet and more. So let’s talk Halloween and horror!By Film Threat Podcast Network
Halloween is here, a perfect time to spook ourselves with an immersion into the world of horror movies that tell uniquely Jewish stories. Israeli filmmakers have been among those most recently tackling the horror genre with such AJFF titles as the zombie flick JeruZalem, and a retelling of the classic folktale The Golem. A critically-acclaimed titl…
Was sind die liebsten Hobbies der Menschen in Deutschland!? Darüber möchte ich dir heute etwas erzählen. Eine Studie hat ergeben, dass mehr als 28 Prozent der Menschen in Deutschland ihre Freizeit im Garten verbringen. Kennst du das Wort Gartenarbeit? Das umfasst alles, was ich im Garten mache, zum Beispiel Obst und Gemüse anpflanzen und ernten, Un…
The line between the living and the dead blurs after a roadside accident. Filmmaking family Toby Poser, John Adams and their daughter, actress Zelda Adams, collaborate on a killer spiritual horror film that will chill you to the bone… The Deeper You Dig.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Two scientists find themselves in a locked-down laboratory with a lethal virus and a potential bio-weapons terrorist and time running out. Director Paul Raschid discusses making The Complex: Lockdown into both a movie and a videogame.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Let the symbolic dualities battle as we kick off our Cerebral Nightmares Festival with one of the Coen Brothers early films about the insanity and absurdity of being in a writer's head. The one and only Barton Fink. Follow us for more interaction and content: INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/deepdivefilmschool TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ddfspodca…
Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi travels across the United States chronicling the unprecedented social and political upheaval of 2020. Host Chris Gore and Pelosi discuss taking selfies, social media outrage, red vs blue and their politically-charged last names.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Steve Byrne tells the story of a hapless comedian going for his dream. The Opening Act is the hero's journey for comedians and features an all-star cast of comics including Jimmy Yang, Neal Brennan, Cedric the Entertainer and Bill Burr.By Film Threat Podcast Network
When two FBI agents set up a professional bank robber for murder, he must now go on the run to clear his name. Director Mark Williams (Ozark) chats about his indie thriller Honest Thief starring Liam Neeson.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The British horror-comedy mini series Dead Set on Netflix by Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker is worth a second look. Going Viral author Dahlia Schweitzer is our guest to chat about Dead Set and the 1997 film Office Killer.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we bring you a Forgotten Gems segment with a superior debut performance from Ed Norton in the 1996 courtroom classic Primal Fear. 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 what you hear.
A lonely college freshman forges a strong connection with his resident assistant during a fraternity party. Writer, director and actor Cooper Raiff discusses his powerfully original college party movie.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Just in time for Halloween, The Mortuary Collection is a fresh horror anthology from Shudder. Director Ryan Spindell and actor Barak Hardley discuss the indie horror feature that was a hit at Fantastic Fest.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Joining us for this edition of AJFF In Conversation: The Jewish Film Podcast, is very special guest Eli Attie, whose own time in politics and natural writing talent helped shape the much-beloved The West Wing, created by Aaron Sorkin. This fall, Sorkin is back with The Trial of the Chicago 7, based on the infamous court proceedings of seven defenda…
Filmmaker Al Bailey follows a widowed pilot across the world on a quest to find love on Tinder in the documentary DTF. Their journey becomes an exposé of depraved behavior as the well-intentioned trip spirals out of control.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Ich habe eine interessante Tabelle gefunden, aus der ich dir heute etwas erzählen möchte. Es geht dabei um die Konsumausgaben privater Haushalte in Deutschland. Es ist also die Frage, wofür die Menschen in Deutschland ihr Geld ausgeben. Ich werde dir dabei die Originalbegriffe aus der Tabelle nennen und sie erklären. Jeder Haushalt in Deutschland g…
Going Viral author Dahlia Schweitzer chats about viruses, pandemics and zombie movies. From 28 Days Later to The Walking Dead, TV shows, movies, and books are filled with zombie viruses, bioengineered plagues, and disease-ravaged bands of survivors.By Film Threat Podcast Network
When Earth's air becomes unbreathable, a message from the future sends a man on a dangerous mission to save humanity. Writer/director Seth Larney reveals the secrets behind his indie sci-fi epic 2067.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A young couple head to a cabin to unplug and reconnect, blissfully unaware as aliens attack earth. Directors Alex H. Fischer and Eleanor Wilson explain the humor and horror behind their indie sci-fi feature Save Yourselves!By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we end our festival with the 1997 Steven Spielberg "historical-ish" and "bio-picish" drama Amistad where an African Mende tribe slave ship becomes an American trial of ownership and freedom. 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 what y…
What do Meryl Streep, Jessica Chastain, Adam Driver and Oscar Isaac all have in common? For over 50 years, Israeli-born Julliard drama teacher Moni Yakim has trained Hollywood’s most celebrated actors. This affectionate portrait takes us inside America's greatest performing arts school, while Moni's famous former students share reflections of the r…
A bold woman takes on her father and a powerful entity. Writers Jim Cirile and Tanya Klein discuss their hardcore indie animated horror feature To Your Last Death featuring the voice talents of Ray Wise, Bill Moseley and William Shatner.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Ich stelle dir immer wieder gerne deutsche Firmen vor. Du kennst das bestimmt: Eine Marke ist berühmt auf der ganzen Welt, aber irgendwie weiß niemand, wer eigentlich dahintersteckt! So ging es mir mit der Marke Birkenstock. Birkenstock stellt Schuhe her, vor allem Sandalen, also offene Schuhe. Man erkennt sie sofort. Ich wusste aber nicht, dass da…
Two strangers tell scary stories in a Catskills cabin during a power outage. Josh Ruben writes, acts and directs Scare Me starring Aya Cash (The Boys) and Chris Redd (SNL). Hilarity ensues.By Film Threat Podcast Network
After the disappearance of her husband, a struggling farmer in an isolated Appalachian community fights to save her son. Directors Lane and Ruckus Skye deliver a devilishly delicious Southern Gothic story like you’ve never seen in The Devil to Pay.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Terror strikes when teenagers scheme to scare a reclusive girl who lives in a house rumored to be haunted. Director Jud Cremata and producer Eryl Cochran discuss Let’s Scare Julie, a feature-length horror film all done in one insanely impossible shot!By Film Threat Podcast Network
For our third installment of the Courtroom Cinema Festival we give you a 2020 review of the 1957 Sidney Lumet classic jury deliberation film 12 Angry Men, they teach this one in schools folks!
As we prepare to cast ballots in perhaps the most consequential election in U.S. history, what can cinematic profiles in leadership tell us about picking our future elected officials? From a big city mayor to British and Israeli Prime Ministers, political biographies are a hallmark of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. For our latest election-themed…
Hey, an election is coming up, do you plan to vote? Now is the perfect time to talk to director CJ Crim about her documentary Resisterhood, a film about the power of women, hope and resistance in modern American politics.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Es tut mir leid, dass ich in diesem Fall nicht so richtig vom Anglizismus wegkomme. Natürlich kann ich sagen, dass es in der heutigen Episode über die Geschlechterdebatte geht – aber das Wort Gender hat sich in Deutschland mittlerweile durchgesetzt. Es geht heute also um Männer, Frauen – und nicht nur das. Natürlich ist das mal wieder ein Thema, da…
Director Hansi Oppenheimer delivers a compelling documentary about the remarkable career of award-winning author and screenwriter Joe R. Lansdale. Let’s chat about Lansdale’s incredible talent and Hansi’s doc titled All Hail the Popcorn King.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Filmmakers and brothers Rob and Josh Cosineau discuss their indie sci-fi feature Future about a drunken, train-wreck time traveler who offers a suicidally depressed barista a do-over with his life… but there's just one catch.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Willa Kammerer’s documentary Starting at Zero: Reimagining Education in America explores the power of investing in early education so all children and families have the chance to attain the American Dream. Let’s discuss the ABCs of education.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director T. Arthur Cottam and writer/actor William Norrett tell the tale of a middle-aged man's weekly interludes with a high-class escort. These encounters force him to confront his relationship with his family along with his inner demons.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The fall festival season is already in full swing right here in Atlanta, including Out on Film, one of the oldest LGBTQ+ film festivals in the United States. In our latest podcast, we’ll get a preview of the 33rd annual edition of Out on Film with festival director Jim Farmer and board chair Craig Hardesty, including a couple of Jewish-themed title…
This week we continue our Courtroom Cinema Festival with the fish out of water 90's comedy My Cousin Vinny where the guy from Goodfellas tries to get the Karate Kid out of jail for murder. Enjoy!
Es wird mal wieder Zeit für einen deutschen Kinofilm! Ich erzähle dir heute etwas über den Film „Fack Ju Göhte“, der 2013 in die Kinos kam. Es ist eine Komödie ab 12 Jahren, das bedeutet, dass er für Kinder unter 12 Jahren nicht geeignet ist. Das liegt vor allem daran, dass im Film sehr viel geflucht wird – Sex und Gewalt kommen auch vor. Und er is…
Filmmaker April Wright explores the onscreen exploits of stuntwomen, and their off-screen battles in Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story. Michelle Rodriguez narrates this doc that includes Alyma Dorsey (Birds of Prey) and Amy Johnston (Suicide Squad).By Film Threat Podcast Network
The Salton Sea is an unfolding environmental disaster of extraordinary magnitude. Director Greg Bassenian examines the worst environmental disaster of a generation in his documentary Miracle in the Desert.By Film Threat Podcast Network
David Cross’ HBO sketch comedy series Mr. Show is legendary, along with his cringe character Tobias Fünke in Arrested Development. Now David Cross stars in The Dark Divide as a butterfly expert who makes a discovery that challenges everything he knows.By Film Threat Podcast Network
In Deutschland gelten alle Menschen bis 18 Jahre als Kind. Welche Rechte haben Kinder in Deutschland? Zum Glück viele! 1973 wurde verboten, dass Kinder in der Schule körperlich bestraft werden. Bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt durften Kinder in der Schule noch „gezüchtigt“ werden – so nannte man das damals. Meine Mutter hat das noch erlebt – wenn sie nicht …
Director Tom Putnam tells the true story of renowned butterfly expert Dr. Robert Pyle’s (David Cross) perilous journey across one of America’s largest wild lands. Let’s chat with Tom about working with David Cross and his indie film The Dark Divide.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Director Brandon Christensen delivers a dark vision of a family who finds themselves terrorized by their eight year-old son's imaginary friend. Brandon chats about his intense indie horror film Z on the Film Threat Podcast.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The seasons are changing. And with the arrival of fall comes the most exciting and consequential time of year in the cinema industry: the major fall film festivals and the unofficial kickoff to awards season. For film critics, it’s a paradise of prestige movie releases and buzzy speculation as to which titles will go on to claim Oscar gold and a sl…