Stitch joins our heroes to talk all things SKYFALL (Part 3/3)! firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @007CocktailHr IG: @jbchpod Track Name: "Spy And Die" Music By: Jay Man @ https://ourmusicbox.com/ Official "OurMusicBox" YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox License for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by NCM https://goo.gl/fh3rEJ
Stitch joins our heroes to talk all things SKYFALL (Part 1/3)! email@example.com Twitter: @007CocktailHr IG: @jbchpod Track Name: "Spy And Die" Music By: Jay Man @ https://ourmusicbox.com/ Official "OurMusicBox" YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ourmusicbox License for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by NCM https://goo.gl/fh3rEJ
Film and Theatre Director Sam Mendes joins Alan to talk all things Cabaret.Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of the curiosities off his shelf, and tells you all about it, with the help of some friends.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep4: Sir Sam Mendes, with spicy rice and ratatouille
Middle Please, Umpire - a Cricket Podcast
This week’s very special guest is Sir Sam Mendes; Oscar-winning director of films such as American Beauty, 1917, Skyfall, but mainly a huge cricket fan. Enjoy a glorious hour of fascinating conversation covering everything from 007 to T20. Twitter @middlepleaseInstagram @middlepleaseumpire Email firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Sponsored by Cricketers Gin. www.cricketersgin.com/ For a special discount, just use the code CRICKET (Over 18 only)Produced by Electric Sports & Playback MediaEngineered by Leon Gorman Copyright 2020 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How does the landscape inform our understanding of a First World War film? In this episode cultural historian Beth Wyatt talks to Angus, Jessica, and Chris about the use of landscape in Sam Mendes' film 1917. Along the way we discuss how soldiers used the world around them to remember home, the importance of cherry trees, and what the Archers landscape would look like if it was real. References:1917 (2019) The flora of the Somme battlefield: a botanical perspective on a post-conflict landscape by James Alexander Wearn, Andrew Philip Budden, Sarah Catherine Veniard & David Richardson Environmental Histories of the First World War - Edited by Richard P. Tucker, Tait Keller, J. R. McNeill, & Martin Schmid Landscapes of the First World War - Edited by Martina Salvante, Selena Daly & Vanda Wilcox Where Poppies Blow: The British Soldier, Nature, the Great War by John Lewis-Stempel 'Destruction of the Ecosystem' by Tait Keller Useful War Memorials, Landscape Preservation and Public Access to the English Countryside: Fitting Tributes to the Fallen of the Great War by Keith Grieves and Jenifer White George Mackay and Dean-Charles Chapman | Preparing for 1917 The making of 1917 | Mark Strong, Daniel Mays and Andrew Scott "It's our burden to learn that story" | Krysty Wilson-Cairns on writing 1917
The only Bond film Sam Mendes has seen - From Russia With Love
Oddjob Pod - A James Bond Podcast
Gary, Terry and Graham return for another edition of The OddJobPod. In this episode we continue our review of the James Bond films of Sir Sean Connery with a thorough shakedown of the classic From Russia With Love.Regular listeners will recall that this film one our World Cup of James Bond films. As we don our analytical hats and explore the second film of the James Bond franchise we ask: does it still deserves that high accolade?Download the MP3 or listen to this episode or on the player below.The Oddjob Pod is on Apple Podcasts (if you like the show please give it a 5-star rating and a nice review) and now on Spotify.Or you can add our feed to your podcatcher of choice.Like our Facebook page.Follow @oddjobpod Tweet to @oddjobpodEnter your email address:Delivered by FeedBurner
When James Bond's (Daniel Craig's) latest assignment goes gravely wrong and Agents around the world are exposed, MI6 is attacked, forcing (M Dame Judi Dench) to relocate the agency. These events cause her authority and position to be challenged by Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes), the new Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. Join die-hard Bond, super-fan, Robert Meyer Burnett and co-host Elysabeth Gwendolyn Belle as they review what this film had to offer and compare it to other movies in the franchise. They also enjoy a new bottle of wine with the movie - so that means will find out what pairs well with a license to kill, right?(Episode #97. Originally streamed November 17, 2020)
PODCAST: Da 5 Bloods Q&A with Spike Lee and Sam Mendes
Directors UK Podcast
Back in 2020, we joined Spike Lee and Sam Mendes for a fantastic online Da 5 Bloods Q&A. Spike and Sam treated us to a fascinating discussion of the different cinematic elements employed in Da 5 Bloods, from aspect ratios to soundtrack, performance to script. This was a whirlwind tour of a fantastic new film — available to watch on Netflix now.
Roll It goes to the suburbs this week, analyzing the 1999 Best Picture winner American Beauty. Red roses and guns, appearances and façades - this movie provides a bunch to talk about, and Ryan and Ty try to bite off what they can. Tune in next week for Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal! Contact us at email@example.com or follow us! Twitter - @RollItPodcast Instagram - @rollitpodcast Music by Ethan Rapp
EPISODE 18 - SAM MENDES - Director Team Deakins has a fun, free flowing conversation with frequent collaborator, friend, and the Oscar and Tony Award winning Director: Sam Mendes. Spending 15 years as a Theatre Director, Sam made his foray into filmmaking with his award winning debut of American Beauty. He went on to direct a total of nine films in the ensuing years, including; ROAD TO PERDITION, JARHEAD, SKYFALL, SPECTRE and 1917. Sam discusses his journey from theatre to film, the differences between the two roles and what he sees as the most important aspects of being a director. We discuss elements of story, how editing builds tension, and why the idea of a one shot film is much more than meets the eye. A true masterclass between two cinema legends.