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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Schrader. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Schrader, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Schrader. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Schrader, often where they are interviewed.

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Hardcore 1979 By Paul Schrader

The Sixth Dimension
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Filmmaker Darren Statman returns to talk in depth about Paul Schrader's early masterpiece HARDCORE (1979).

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Apr 30 2020

1hr 18mins

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#65: Paul Schrader - wie man auch ohne Galerie ein erfolgreicher Künstler sein kann

heliumTALK - das Kunstgespräch
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Ein Gespräch mit dem abstrakten Maler Paul Schrader, der neue Wege in der Vermarktung seiner Kunst geht.

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Jan 22 2020

1hr 16mins

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60X - A Conversation with Paul Schrader

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Award-winning screenwriter and director Paul Schrader discusses crises of faith, influences, trauma, and spirituality in film with Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, and Justin Chang, film critic for the Los Angeles Times. 

Their conversation was part of a screening of Schrader’s film “First Reformed” sponsored by Reel Spirituality, an initiative of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. Learn more about Reel Spirituality here:http://www.brehmcenter.com/initiatives/reelspirituality/

 For more voices on faith and film, visit https://fullerstudio.fuller.edu/faith-film/

For more resources for a deeply formed spiritual life, visit Fuller.edu/Studio

Sep 24 2019

24mins

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60 - In the Room with Paul Schrader

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Paul Schrader talks with scholars from the Fuller community in an extended conversation on filmmaking, screenwriting tips, and the complex connections between spirituality and film. 

For more resources for a deeply formed spiritual life, visit Fuller.edu/Studio

Sep 24 2019

59mins

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60X - Rethinking Transcendental Style in Film | Paul Schrader

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Award-winning screenwriter and director Paul Schrader revisits his landmark book “Transcendental Style in Film” and lectures on the intersections of spirituality, cinema, and time. The lecture was part of a screening of Schrader’s film “First Reformed” sponsored by Reel Spirituality, an initiative of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts.

Learn more about Reel Spirituality here: http://www.brehmcenter.com/initiatives/reelspirituality/

For more voices on faith and film, visit https://fullerstudio.fuller.edu/faith-film/

For more resources for a deeply formed spiritual life, visit Fuller.edu/Studio

Sep 24 2019

27mins

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Two Many Candace Cameron Bures Get Switched at Christmas in a Paul Schrader Hallmark Movie

A Lifetime of Hallmark
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Hallmark Channel gave Les, Kurt, and Jason a double dose Candace Cameron Bure in the movie Switched at Christmas. While the movie gave Les the "Twins Changeover" he so loves, it also gave the guys a lot of Candace Cameron Bure to keep track of (couldn't they have used a wig or something to differentiate them?!?!). But an over-abundance of Candace Cameron Bures is tempered by a San Diego Comic-Con version of Paul Rudd and a dog with top-of-show billing who totally got his job via nepotism as you enjoy a delicious Mr. Softee ice cream cone. 

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Aug 03 2019

1hr 37mins

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Special – Paul Schrader’s First Reformed (2018)

Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
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SPECIAL GUEST
Producer Frank Murray, First Reformed

This week we’ve got a treat as we’re looking at one of the best films of last year: Paul Schrader’s unnerving character study First Reformed. Guest host Cassandra Kane is back with the Junkies as we sit down with the film’s producer, Frank Murray.

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
First Reformed (2018) dir. Paul Schrader, USA

MUSIC
First Reformed” (Score) (2018), w & p: Lustmord
“Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb” (1878), w: Elisha A. Hoffman
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?” [Orchestral Version] (2014), w & p: Neil Young

SHOW NOTES

This week we were lucky enough to sit down with Frank Murray, who is the producer on Paul Schrader’s First Reformed. Murray started in the industry as a production accountant, moved into production management and has more recently been working as a producer in his own right. His credits as producer include Ang Lee’s Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk (2016) and Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck (2017).

Frank talks to us about how he got into the industry, his previous roles and what he really enjoys doing; working intimately with one of Hollywood’s most revered filmmakers; the genesis of many of the decisions we see on-screen in First Reformed; the current state of the industry and the uphill battle to produce meaningful films; and why the best boy (and every other role on-set) is just as important as the producer.

Want to know how much Paul Schrader loved working with Frank? Check out Filmmaker Magazine’s interview with the director. Paul needed a “producer to protect [him]”, and that’s just what Frank did – in the end, Schrader described him as “indispensable”.

Filmmaker Magazine also posed five questions to the director soon after the film’s festival run. He talks about the inspiration for the film’s story, and his personal cinematic inspirations for the film’s look, among other things.

If you’re like us and you just want to keep learning about this movie, check out this series of brilliantly-written articles and reviews:

Let’s leave this week’s Show Notes with a quote from Schrader himself about the film’s distribution. When films are launching to more than a billion dollars in a week, where does that leave both the little guys & girls and the Hollywood legends who aren’t chasing the quick buck?

This was taken verbatim from Paul Schrader’s Facebook post on March 3rd, when the Netflix-at-the-Oscars debate was in full swing.

“Distribution models evolve. The notion of squeezing 200+ people into a dark unventilated space to see a flickering image was created by exhibition economics, not any notion of the ‘theatrical experience’. Netflix allows many financially marginal films to have a platform and that’s a good thing. But here’s my query: it involves First Reformed.

“First Reformed was sold at a bargain price to A24 out of the Toronto FF. Netflix, which could have snapped it up as easily as it swats a fly on its ass, passed. As did Amazon. As did Sony Classics and Focus. But A24 saw a commercial path for this austere aesthetic film. As a result First Reformed found a life. A24 rolled it out through festivals and screenings from 2017 to 2018. And it survived. Not a big money maker but profitable for A24 and a jewel in their crown. Would First Reformed have found this public acceptance if Netflix [had] scooped it up (at say twice the price A24 payed) and dumped it into its larder? Perhaps Bird Box and Kissing Booth can fight their way through the vast sea of Netflix product to find popular acceptance, but First Reformed? Unlikely. Relegated to film esoterica.”

Paul Schrader, March 3rd 2019

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Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us again in a week’s time when we’ll both be your number-one-fans as we dissect one of the greatest screen adaptations of Stephen King’s writing. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

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May 14 2019

1hr 29mins

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#217 - Russell Banks & Paul Schrader

Film at Lincoln Center Podcast
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Poet and novelist Russell Banks joins filmmaker Paul Schrader for a conversation about French cinema and adaptation.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Mar 07 2019

54mins

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First Reformed Q&A - Paul Schrader

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
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Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews writer-director Paul Schrader about Oscar nominated screenplay First Reformed.

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Feb 09 2019

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Write On with Paul Schrader

Write On: A Screenwriting Podcast
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Legendary writer-director and Final Draft Hall of Famer Paul Schrader discusses his acclaimed film First Reformed and offers insights into his creative drive throughout his career. Starring Ethan Hawke, First Reformed tells the story of a Protestant minister facing spiritual and moral questions at his floundering historical church in upstate New York. 

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Jan 08 2019

51mins

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