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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The lives of apes intertwine with those who care for them at the Gibbon Conservation Center. Director Alex Azmi tells us about the lives of these fascinating creatures in the documentary The Center: Gibbons and Guardians.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Chronicling the cancer diagnosis and journey to wellness of fitness icon Ilaria Montagnani. Stronger for Life documents Ilaria’s cancer battle and how she embodied her own philosophy to survive. Ilaria Montagnani explains her life and journey.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This episode we dive into the classic intro scene of Frank and his gang from one of the best westerns of all time with Sergio Leone's Once Upon A Time In The West starring Henry Fonda. What a scene! Enjoy!
This week we dig into a new festival where we review graphic novels and comic books that have nothing to do with superheroes. Max Allan Collins gripping story of fathers and sons in the 1930's revolves around a young boy witnessing the murder of a mob killing and the backlash to his family in Sam Mendes Road To Perdition starring Tom Hanks and Paul…
From the impact of 9/11 to the darkest pits of the human experience, firefighters form a motorcycle club to cope with PTSD. But can a motorcycle club truly heal? Director Panayioti Yannitsos discusses his remarkable documentary Florian’s Knights.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Struggling filmmakers travel to an obscure film festival to sell their movie. Hilarity ensues. Writer/director Marshall Cook chats about his brutally honest comedy set within the festival world simply titled Film Fest.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we get into one of the many EPIC scenes from Alfonso Cuarón's post-apocalyptic sci-fi masterpiece Children of Men. For That One Scene we concentrate on the ping pong ball car scene. If you know, then you know. Let's get into it! Enjoy!
Guy is writing a movie, or so he claims in bars and at parties. Enter a dystopian Los Angeles where dreams are crushed, content is king, and you’ll need a gasmask outside. Filmmaker Noel David Taylor explains his bizarre vision for Man Under Table.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The first career-spanning retrospective of Lydia Lunch's confrontational, acerbic and always electric artistry. Filmmaker Beth B.’s documentary Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over covers the career of New York City's preeminent No Wave icon.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive into how silliness in films is necessary and important for us as audience members. We go through the history of silliness in movies and see how it's changed and not changed over the years. Great discussion! Enjoy! Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to…
Grayson is a groundbreaking fan film from 2004 that influenced the epic tone of DC Comics movies like Batman V Superman and the Snyderverse. Filmmaker John Fiorella, who wrote and starred in the short, discusses the legacy of Grayson and the DCEU.
Two women set out on a road trip, Mads needs to renew her driver’s license in South Dakota, while Junior needs to visit Portland, Oregon. Hilarity ensues. Director/co-writer Mindy Bledsoe explains her emotional indie comedy The In-Between.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive into that classic opening scene from Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey and try and break down the dawn of man. 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 see. Follow us for more interaction and cont…
An author is stalked by a threatening figure who returns night after night. She is soon forced to take matters into her own hands. Director Natasha Kermani discusses the compelling slasher film Lucky, written by and starring Brea Grant.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we end the Taika Waititi Festival with his crowning jewel and coming of age Hilter youth dramedy with the one and only Jojo Rabbit. 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!
Mr. Skin is widely known for his appearances on The Howard Stern Show, as well as his infamous “Anatomy Awards” and he is the world's foremost authority on celebrity nudity. So let’s discuss the ins and outs of nudity in movies and television.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Three outlaws cross paths with some of the West's most notorious figures as they pursue fame and riches in 1870s Texas. Writer, director and actor Tanner Beard tells the tale of his western fable The Legend of Hell's Gate.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Filmmaker Jordan Roberts (Big Hero 6) comedic adventure 3, 2, 1… Frankie Go Boom tells the story of a dysfunctional family. The indie comedy stars Charlie Hunnum, Lizzy Caplan, Chris O'Dowd, Whitney Cummings, Chris Noth, Nora Dunn, and Ron Pearlman.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Let's get into this unique and epic opening scene of the great Danny Boyle zombie film 28 Days Later. 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 see.
Actor David Dastmalchian has played memorable roles in The Dark Knight, Blade Runner 2049 and now he plays the Polka-Dot Man in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. David discusses his upcoming part in Dune and shows off his impressive comic collection.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Jim (Liam Neeson) is a former Marine who lives a solitary life, but his peaceful existence comes crashing down when he tries to protect a boy on the run from members of a cartel. Screenwriter Chris Charles discussed his journey making The Marksman.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Welcome to our third installment of the Taika Waititi Festival with his cult hit and delightful mockumentary about a group of vampires going about living their everyday lives in Wellington, New Zealand finding victims and doing the dishes. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subs…
July may be coming to a close, but chances are, you are still catching up on all the Jewish content that came out this month on physical media and streaming platforms, because there was a lot. With that, Sara and Brad are back to chat about what to watch as of this month, from buzzworthy reality television, to suspenseful AJFF alums with star power…
Judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr honored the right of law for all Americans, and even when death threats followed, he chose to do what was right. Director Robert Griffith discussed his moving documentary The Judge - Character. Cases. Courage.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive deep into the memorable "What would you do for a million dollars?" scene that culminates with all the film's characters opening up about their lives in John Hughes wonderfully scripted The Breakfast Club. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the chan…
Twin sisters, co-directors and historians Laura Wilson & Lisa Wilson explore theories that suggest that William Shakespeare didn't write his own works. Their fascinating documentary Last Will. & Testament aims to reveal the true author.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive into our second installment of our Taika Waititi Festival with his first dip into the Marvel universe surrounded by massive budgets, production scale and the one and only Jeff Goldblum in Thor: Ragnarok.
Nora Ephron was a trailblazing female filmmaker, especially when it came to romantic comedies, with directorial efforts like Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. Even more prolific as a screenwriter, she penned those two films plus a dozen others, including the iconic When Harry Met Sally, the classic Jewish rom com that transcended stereotype…
A black comedy set in a working-class Dublin hair salon where the stylists become accidental vigilantes and heroes as they take on gang members threatening their community. Director Rachel Carey chats about her indie comedy Deadly Cuts.By Film Threat Podcast Network
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Enjoy this exclusive Q&A with filmmaker Carl-Ludwig Rettinger, moderated by Holocaust historian Dr. Deborah Lipstadt. Rettinger’s docudrama film “The Red Orchestra” chronicles a network of activist spies within the Third Reich. Carefully excerpted film clips of the early 1970s, interspersed with archival footage and interviews with the descendants …
Leo Hendrik Baekeland, the “father of modern plastics,” was responsible for one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century. Filmmaker John Maher explores this incredible invention in his documentary All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive into the infamous Winkie's scene from the wild mind of David Lynch and his Hollywood dreamscape film Mulholland Dr. 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 see. Follow us for more interaction and content: INSTAGRAM: http…
In a barrage of fists, gunfire and squealing tires, Hutch (Bob Odenkirk) must save his wife and son from a dangerous adversary. Director Ilya Naishuller (Hardcore Henry) reveals the secrets behind his over-the-top action film Nobody.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we kick off our Taika Waititi festival with one of his more underrated films about a young wanna be gangster, Ricky Baker, and a grizzly old man, Hec, getting caught in the New Zealand brush while trying to survive the elements of the jungle and each other.
Six actors make their own horror movie, unintentionally summoning a spirit with an affinity for violence. Director Nick Simon (Truth or Dare, 2017) and producer Luke Baines discuss the perfectly titled Untitled Horror Movie.By Film Threat Podcast Network
We talked about AJFF's upcoming programs, including Playback, last episode. But we want to talk more about Playback, especially since it's back in just a couple weeks. Launched last year as part of our 20th anniversary, this online competition invites you to rediscover films from the festival vault and vote for your favorites. Returning on July 12,…
In 1960s Los Angeles, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary fight for equality and their own freedom against an all-powerful cardinal who tries to keep them in their place. Director Pedro Kos discusses his powerful documentary Rebel Hearts.By Film Threat Podcast Network