ZONE 414 PLUS EARLY NOAH BAUMBACH AND CLAUDE CHABROL
Reviews And Otherwise
Reviewing the faux BLADE RUNNER Irish science fiction ZONE 414 with Guy Pearce, plus Noah Baumbach’s MR. JEALOUSY (1997) and Claude Chabrol’s A DOUBLE TOUR (1959) with the late Jean Paul Belmondo.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We discuss the film of Writer/Director Noah Baumbach and focus on his films THE SQUID AND THE WHALE and GREENBERG.Check out the Gold Ninja Video crowdfunding campaign here: www.indiegogo.com/projects/gold-ninja-video/Subscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/ImprtCinemaClubFollow Will: twitter.com/WillSloanESQFollow Justin: twitter.com/DeclouxJCheck out Justin's other podcasts THE BAY STREET VIDEO PODCAST (@thebaystreetvideopodcast) and NO SUCH THING AS A BAD MOVIE (@nosuchthingasabadmovie) as well as Will's other podcast MICHAEL AND US (@michael-and-us)
Bônus #2.1: Infusão de Cultura - "Frances Ha", por Noah Baumbach
Chá das 4 Podcast
No segundo eposiódio de Infusão de Cultura, o mergulho foi cinematográfico! Frances Ha, o biscoito do episódio dedicado a @bbsilveira, pautou o papo que poderia durar horas... foram muitas identificações com os conflitos de Frances, que está passando pelos 27 anos. O filme é dirigido por Noah Baumbach. Ele e Greta Gerwig, que é a atriz principal, ainda roterizaram o filme!!! Frances poderia facilmente fazer parte desse podcast e chorar as pitangas com a gente. É aquele papo né, quem vê close não vê corre... e falando em corre, tem uma cena no filme que... ops! Vamos deixar o spoiler só pro episódio! 😜
The Gals are joined by Dan from the Talk Me Into Podcast to talk about one of their favorite filmmaking duos, and life-partners, Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach. Dan and the Gals breakdown their three big collaborations: Greenberg, Frances Ha, and Mistress America. We get deep into their specific writing style and how they never shy away from their flawed characters, before diving into the easy Woody Allen comparisons both have received in the past. Chels argues how Baumbach in particular is more of a Mike Nichols, and Morgan touches on complacency of actors in Allen's films and how women are always asked to answer for the sins of men. Plus a few side rants about Once Upon a Time in America and The Deer Hunter. Talk Me Into Podcast Podcast WebsiteInstagramSupport the Talk Me Into Patreon!Growing Up Gerwig: A Guide to an Unofficial TrilogyPlease donate and support these great organizations!Send Chinatown LoveNational Asian Pacific American Women’s ForumFollow us!TwitterInstagramSpecial thanks to Grace Aki for the podcast art. Support her Etsy store here!
Episode 79: Noah Baumbach with Special Guest Mike Recine
Silver Screen Video
This week at the Silver Screen Video we are happy to have the very funny Comedian/Podcaster Mike Recine on the show. You can find Mike on Twitter @mikerecine and on Instagram at recine.mike. He also has a podcast, The Sitdown w/ Mike Recine. In this episode we discuss Noah Baumbach and a few of his films. Hope you guys enjoy. Don't forget to check out our new Patreon to get access to The Silver Screen Video After Dark and more. Link is below for all our social media. https://linktr.ee/silverscreenvideo $3 Tier- Access to Silver Small Screen Video $5 Tier- Access to Silver Small Screen Video and Silver Screen Video After Dark $10 Tier- Access to both of the above tiers and you get to pick the film or film topic we discuss on an episode. Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or thoughts. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram @silverscreenvideopodcast or Twitter @SilverVideo--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/silverscreenvideo/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/silverscreenvideo/support
Noah Baumbach has crystallized into an auteur, a well-respected filmmaker, and now a three-time Oscar nominee. His style is easily recognizable, with several of his thematic, technical, and cinematic traits being distinctly interwoven in his work. One of those defining characteristics is the high degree of intellectualism and wit in his movies, and his three-dimensional, and always relatable, captivating characters. Philosophical, literary, and artistic references are interwoven in the subtext of every film, giving a clever edge to his unique stories, and how they connect to existing universal stories that convey great truths about people and society. Thematically, Baumbach tackles experiences related to family, divorce, and the life of tortured artists. For the written version of this article, click here: https://www.hollywoodinsider.com/noah-baumbach-tribute-auteur/ For the video version of this article, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6dqjZH7D7E Written by Armando Brigham Hollywood Insider is a trusted media network, across multiple channels, covering the business, substance and meaningful side of global entertainment/culture and its major players. We strive to present in-depth coverage of the factors affecting and of interest to readers and viewers around the World. By being focused on factual and reliable coverage, rather than rumor, gossip and sensationalism, we are able to present information ignored elsewhere. As such, it continues to be a network for the concerns/observations about cultural, psychological, political, environmental, ecological, social and philanthropic matters from the thousands of personalities who relish the opportunity. In their normal world, except for a privileged few, interviews and profiles are constrained by ‘showbusiness’ only agendas. We will continue to be the network that shows that they have the same serious concerns, interests and views as many of their constituencies.
In this week’s episode. I decided to do another director focus and this time it’s on the incredible Noah Baumbach - best known for the critically acclaimed Netflix film Marriage Story. I start off by talking about him and his most popular film. Then, I explain why you should watch more of his films and the reoccurring themes within his films. Finally, I discuss each film of his that I have seen and my opinions on them (Frances Ha, Mistress America, The Meyerowitz Stories, The Squid & The Whale, While We’re Young). Enjoy :)
S01E01 Subramaniapuram - A Noah Baumbach Style conversation ft. Sathyajith and Aaditya
Cinema Parallels Podcast
The host Aadesh Vijayaraghavan/ Firetiger01, Wordpress writer Sathyajith and Kamal/Balu Mahendra fanatic Aaditya embark on a journey through the world of the 2008 Tamil period drama film 'Subramaniapuram'. They find a lot of interesting stuff inside the film and discuss it for a while.
4: “Kicking & Screaming” & “Margot at the Wedding” (with Nick Laskin)
In our very first edition of "Auteur Misfires," we'll be taking a look at the rotten films of Academy Award nominee Noah Baumbach. Starting with his 1995 coming of age debut, "Kicking and Screaming" and finishing with the polarizing 2007 Nicole...