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Episode 98 Magic in the Moonlight

This week Blaise and James discuss Woody Allen’s “Magic in the Moonlight “. We also take a look at the trailer for “Whiplash” and pay tribute to Robin Williams. James gets a chance to talk to Andrew Sayre about The Song the Zombie Sang. We finish our discussion on our Dardenne Brothers Cinema series and gear up for the Back to School Cinema Series.

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Episode 97 I Origins

This Week Blaise and James discuss Mike Cahill’s “I: Origins “. We also take a look at the trailer for “Nightcrawler” and talk about Potato salad. James gets a chance to talk to Peter Dukes about Dream Seekers Productions. We close out our Dardenne Brothers Cinema series with “The Kid with a Bike”.
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Episode 96 Mood Indigo

This Week Blaise and James discuss Michel Gondry’s latest “Mood Indigo”. We also take a look at the trailers for “Laggies” and “Dear White People”. James gets a chance to talk to Nina Gielen about her short film Arts and Crafts. We continue our Dardenne Brothers Cinema series with “L’enfant”. Continue reading

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Episode 95 Land Ho!

This Week Blaise and James take a trip to Iceland when reviewing Aaron Katz and Martha Stephen’s “Land Ho!”. We also take a look at the trailer for “The One I Love” and get into some Comicon News. James gets a chance to talk to Nicole Wright and Armando Saldanamora about the web series Progress. We continue our Dardenne Brothers Cinema series with “The Son”.

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Episode 92 Begin Again

This Week Blaise and James review “Begin Again”. We also take a look at the trailer for “The Skeleton Twins” and discuss La Promesse for our Dardenne Brothers Cinema series. James gets a chance to talk to Geordie Sabbagh about his feature film “A Sunday Kind of Love”.
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Dardenne Brothers Cinema Series

I heard a story a couple months back about french youth panhandling at Cannes for tickets to see the world premiere of the new Dardenne brothers film Deux Jours, Une Nuit (Two Days, One Night). I have never seen a Dardenne Brothers film, so naturally I was curious what made French youth feel so connected to their films. Was it a sense of national pride to rally behind French auteurs at the premier French film festival or was it that they are more fascinated and engaged by cinema than our own culture. Regardless I would like to find out what all the hype is about and the best way I know is to curate a film series.

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