The Cinephiliacs

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The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for the future of film culture

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The Cinephiliacs

Peter Labuza
1 TC #122 - Marie-Louise Khondji (Birth)2020-04-03 04:05:00
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2 TC #121 - Jon Dieringer (Made in Hollywood)2020-03-19 04:05:00
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3 TC #120 - Alison Kozberg (Nowhere)2020-01-15 05:05:00
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4 TC #119 - Racquel Gates (White Chicks)2019-10-18 04:05:00
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5 TC #118 - Daniel Steinhart (Bunny Lake Is Missing)2019-09-17 04:05:00
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6 TC #117 - Justin Chang (Flowers of Shanghai)2019-08-01 04:05:00
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7 TC #116 - Elena Gorfinkel (The Color of Love)2019-07-15 04:05:00
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8 TC #115 - Joshua Gleich (Days of Wine and Roses)2019-06-14 04:05:00
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TC #115 - Joshua Gleich (Days of Wine and Roses)

For anyone whose lived in Los Angeles or New York, it's easy to see when a film cheats its its locales. Just watch John Wick 3 and see the eponymous character seemingly make the trip from Midtown to Chinatown in a matter of minutes—and all by foot. But why has location shooting evolved such as it is? Joshua Gleich, a historian making his home at the University of Arizona, Tuscon, explores this by looking at the city of fog, San Francisco. Less an exploration of which films "get it right" or "get it wrong," Gleich's new book explores the evolution of location shooting from the 1940s to the 1970s, and how curiously the films of SF soon diverted from its actual life, attempting to mimic the urban nightmares that took up the imagination of Hollywood. Josh talks about his new book with Peter, exploring a number of classic films and the production contexts that made them. Finally, the two explore Blake Edwards's alcoholic drama Days of Wine and Roses and how a little location shooting can help pepper an entire film, especially one that breaks many of the molds of the classic Hollywood melodrama. Plus, Peter praises the work of the back-in-action Le Cinema Club and its opener with a rare Claire Denis short made in New York. 0:00–3:28 Opening3:51–8:37 Establishing Shots — Le Cinema Club and Claire Denis9:21–59:20 Deep Focus — Joshua Gleich1:00:23–1:03:49 Sponsorship Section1:05:44–1:19:21 Double Exposure — Days of Wine and Roses (Blake Edwards)1:19:27–1:26:52 Close …read more

9 TC - SF Silent Fest 20192019-05-16 04:05:00
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10 TC #114 - Katherine Groo (Archives de la Planète)2019-04-22 04:05:00
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11 TC #113 - Jane Gaines (The Girl Spy Before Vicksburg)2019-03-29 04:05:00
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12 TC #112 - Maya Montañez Smukler (Old Boyfriends)2019-02-07 05:05:00
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13 TC - 2018 Countdown with Keith Uhlich (Part 2)2019-01-21 05:05:00
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14 TC - 2018 Countdown with Keith Uhlich (Part 1)2019-01-18 05:05:00
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15 TC #111 - Michael Sicinski (Sink or Swim)2018-12-20 05:05:00
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16 TC #110 — Daniel Goldhaber (Showgirls)2018-11-22 05:05:00
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17 TC - Live At Home Movie Day 20182018-11-08 05:05:00
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18 TC #109 - Terri Francis (Losing Ground)2018-10-18 04:05:00
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19 TC #108 - James Naremore (A Cottage on Dartmoor)2018-09-13 04:05:00
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20 TC #107 - Neil Bahadur (Judith of Bethulia)2018-08-23 04:05:00
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