From the erotic coming of age story about teenage boys with an older woman, to the magical and fantastical coming of age story about teenage witches and wizards at Hogwarts, Alfonso Cuaron has delivered an amazing body of work. On this episode, Brad and Jeff discuss his 2006 film Children of Men; a highly revered film whose message was lost on audiences upon it's initial release, but is ever so poignant today.
This week we get into it over Alfonso Cuaron's Children of Men, Gravity, and Roma. Buckle up and let's ride. Follow us on social media: The pod: twitter: @CarlsDriveIn insta: @CarlsDriveInPod Mike: twitter: @Mike_Harris17 insta: @mharris_17 Austin: twitter: @backcheckjesus insta: @austin_corcoran --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 43: Redoing a Previous Challenge / Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" + Special Announcement
The Tug Cast
Episode 43: Redoing a Previous Challenge / Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" + Special AnnouncementRecorded: February 2019This week: We challenged ourselves to re-do a challenge from a previous episode. Stay tuned till the end to find out why!(Special Announcement at end regarding the future of the pod)BSIDE(31:25): We explore the cinematic (but produced by Netflix) film by creator Alfonso Cuaron "Roma" (This podcast was recorded before the 2019 Oscars)Intro: Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way Interim: Leo Dan - Te He Prometido - (Con la letra) Outro: Boyz II Men - Its so hard to say goodbye to Yesterday.... The Tug Cast will continue in a all new format, Stay Tuned!!TOOT toot
Roma - Alfonso Cuaron, James Lavelle, T Bone Burnett Q&A
Landmark Theatres Q&A Podcast
Writer/Director Alfonso Cuaron and musicians T Bone Burnett and James Lavelle discuss the making of Roma and it's accompanying "Inspired By" Soundtrack Album. Recorded at the Landmark in Los Angeles on 2/9/19.
Welcome back to Director's Cut. This week Jon & Jason are joined by writer for geeksofcolor.com & host of Real On Real podcast, Manny Castellanos. We are taking about Academy Award winner for Best Director Alfonso Cuaron. Follow us on Twitter:Jon Dunning @OrzhovDunnJason Alt @JasonEAltManny Castellanos @Manny_Castell
In light of Alfonso Cuaron's Oscar front runner and Netflix production ROMA, Jake and Chad each personally rank the movies of Alfonso Cuaron, pondering what makes him a great filmmaker.0:00 - 11:42 Intro/What make Alfonso Cuaron interesting11:42 - 30:56 #8 to #530:56-1:02:28 #4 to #11:02:28 - END Emmanuel Lubezki is cool/Alfonso Cuaron is an all-time great/Conclusion--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-durham8/support
Roma, Our Favorite Things of 2018, and Alfonso Cuaron is Great
Naming A Movie Podcast Is Hard
Abi and Matt ring in the new year with their favorite movie-related things of 2018. And they discuss Roma (2018) before Oscar season hits. Aaaand, Abi apologizes in advance for not speaking closer to her mic. Theme music by our good friend John Hollahan. Find him at johnhollahan.bandcamp.com/
We are joined in Dallas by the one and only PAT, aka Library Bae. We could think of no one better to accompany our discussion on Alfonso Cuaron's Roma and Children of Men. We discuss the controversies and realities of these films, as well as Cuaron's auteurship and privilege. Follow Pat on Instagram @pat.arreguin and her podcast De Colores Radio @Decoloresco Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @CYCpodcast #Roma #AlfonsoCuaron #ChildrenofMen