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Io, Orson Welles di Peter Bogdanovich raccontato da Bruno Fornara

Holden Dust

4mins

10 Jul 2021

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Martínez y Cavallo por la secuela de “La Última Película”, “Texasville” de Peter Bogdanovich y “La Victoria”, película alemana de 1973 grabada en Chile

Página 13 - Podcast

En una nueva edición del viernes de cine en Página 13, Iván Valenzuela junto a Ascanio Cavallo y Antonio Martínez, comentaron “La Victoria”, una película alemana de 1973, grabada en Chile durante las elecciones parlamentarias del Gobierno de Salvador Allende. Con un guión escrito por el autor Antonio Skarmeta y filmada por Silvio Caiozzi.

47mins

18 Jun 2021

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#196: Peter Bogdanovich- THE LAST PICTURE SHOW, THE SOPRANOS, PAPER MOON, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND

The Night Time Show

When you have the opportunity to interview an Oscan nominated legend, you jump at the chance. We were lucky enough to be joined Peter Bogdanovich to discus finishing a film for Orson Welles after 40 years, working with John Huston and Roger Corman, his time on The Sopranos, filming a movie with Boris Karloff in just 2 days, being in relationships with Cybill Shepherd and other famous denizens of Hollywood, and hear Stephen ask what he calls "a terrible, stupid question." You'll love this conversation that includes stories about Hitchcock, Ford, Hawks, Capra, Altman, Mel Brooks, and even Tom Petty. Peter made The Last Picture Show, and now it's time for...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!

56mins

16 May 2021

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Criterion Reflections – Episode 95 – Peter Bogdanovich’s What’s Up, Doc?

Criterion Cast: Master Audio Feed

Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this episode, David is joined by Rodney Hill, Eric Grant and William Remmers to discuss What’s Up, Doc?, directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Peter Bogdanovich The Criterion Collection The Criterion Channel Letterboxd Wikipedia BFI – Where to Begin with Peter Bogdanovich Directors Guild of America IndieWire LA Weekly MassLive Salt Lake Tribune Senses of Cinema Shepherd Express TCM (podcast) Vulture What’s Up, Doc? Letterboxd Wikipedia New York Times (1972) New York Times (2020) Roger Ebert (1972) Village Voice (1972) AV Club Barbra Streisand Archives Cinephilia & Beyond Derek Winnert Dreams are What le Cinema is For Every 70s Movie The New Yorker (2015) Reel Views Remember It For Later PREVIOUSLY: THE NEW LAND UP NEXT: SPEND IT ALL / A WELL SPENT LIFE MORE! Criterion Reflections blog (1922 – 1967) Criterion Reflections columns on CriterionCast (1968) The Eclipse Viewer A Journey Through the Eclipse Series CONTACT US: David Blakeslee [ Website / TikTok / Facebook / Letterboxd / Instagram/ Twitter ] Eric Grant [ Website / Letterboxd / Twitter ] Rodney Hill [ Website ] William Remmers [ Twitter / Instagram / Letterboxd ]

3 Apr 2021

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Criterion Reflections – Episode 95 – Peter Bogdanovich’s What’s Up, Doc?

Criterion Reflections

Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this episode, David is joined by Rodney Hill, Eric Grant and William Remmers to discuss What’s Up, Doc?, directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Peter Bogdanovich The Criterion Collection The Criterion Channel Letterboxd Wikipedia BFI – Where to Begin with Peter Bogdanovich Directors Guild of America IndieWire LA Weekly MassLive Salt Lake Tribune Senses of Cinema Shepherd Express TCM (podcast) Vulture What’s Up, Doc? Letterboxd Wikipedia New York Times (1972) New York Times (2020) Roger Ebert (1972) Village Voice (1972) AV Club Barbra Streisand Archives Cinephilia & Beyond Derek Winnert Dreams are What le Cinema is For Every 70s Movie The New Yorker (2015) Reel Views Remember It For Later PREVIOUSLY: THE NEW LAND UP NEXT: SPEND IT ALL / A WELL SPENT LIFE MORE! Criterion Reflections blog (1922 – 1967) Criterion Reflections columns on CriterionCast (1968) The Eclipse Viewer A Journey Through the Eclipse Series CONTACT US: David Blakeslee [ Website / TikTok / Facebook / Letterboxd / Instagram/ Twitter ] Eric Grant [ Website / Letterboxd / Twitter ] Rodney Hill [ Website ] William Remmers [ Twitter / Instagram / Letterboxd ]

3 Apr 2021

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Rarified Heir Podcast Episode # 5 : Antonia Bogdanovich (Peter Bogdanovich, Polly Platt)

Rarified Heir Podcast

Today we are speaking to Antonia Bogdonovich, daughter famed film director Peter Bogdonovich (Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show, Targets) and her equally talented mother, the producer, production designer and screenwriter Polly Platt (Pretty Baby, Terms of Endearment, Say Anything…). And like many of our guests, Antonia and our host Josh Mills went to elementary school together in the 1970s. But before taping this podcast, they hadn’t seen each other in decades. Rarified Heir goet deep into the weeds with Antonia about her own directing career and her own career path as well as discussing everything in between. We hear amazing stories about James L. Brooks, Wes Anderson’s love of Peter’s unsung film Saint Jack, how her mother discovered The Simpson’s as we know it, King of the Bs Roger Corman, Boris Karloff’s three days of work on Targets, the intense Ryan O’Neil, being in the shadows of her parents, making her own film Phantom Halo, Dorothy Stratten and dealing with private moments in public.  See? We go deep. Let’s go behind the Mask, go Runnin’ Down a Dream and find out more about Antonia’s Terms of Endearment. At Long Last Love it’s Rarified Heir.

1hr 1min

5 Jan 2021

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Episode 42 (Sundays With Stories 9): Peter Bogdanovich and Love Addiction

LPP Podcast

On episode 9, Stanton and Zach talk about film director Peter Bogdanovich and his history of love addiction. In fact, the two argue that love is the worst addiction of all!  - - - - -  Zach and Stanton begin by discussing current events, including Oregon's recent push to decriminalize all drugs. The new policy is a welcome movement away from incarceration for drug possession. But the devil (as is always the case) is in the details. . . . . Will the drug reform bill end discrimination against drug users, or will it lead to a new flavor of stigma and drug exceptionalism? Next, Stanton reflects on the new podcast series, "The Plot Thickens: I'm Still Peter Bogdanovich", hosted by interviewer Ben Mankiewicz, which  illuminates the rise and fall of Bogdanovich's personal relationships.  Both Stanton and Zach argue that love is an addiction just like any other addiction (like addictions to drugs, drinking, gambling, sex, food), and Stanton takes that a step further; he claims that love is the WORST and most deadly addiction in history.  (By the way, we never thought we'd see the day, but it finally happens in this episode. . . . . . . . STANTON SINGS!) All of that and more on today's "Sundays With Stories"  - - - - - - - - - -  FOLLOW US AT THE LIFE PROCESS PROGRAM LPP MAIN WEB SITE -  http://lifeprocessprogram.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/lifeprocessprogram Twitter: http://twitter.com/lifeprocessprgm Facebook: http://facebook.com/lifeprocessprogram Email us - info@lifeprocessprogram.com Text us - +1 (802) - 391 - 4360--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeprocessprogram/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeprocessprogram/support

51mins

15 Nov 2020

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Ep106 Peter Bogdanovich and The Great Buster

The Cinematologists Podcast

Season 12 of the Cinematologists is here. And we start with a bang. Episode 106 features an interview with legendary filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich discussing with Dario and Neil his beautifully crafted celebration of one of silent cinema's brightest stars: Buster Keaton. The Great Buster (released on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday 21st) reminds of the genius of Keaton's comedic imagination, covering his early years in vaudeville, his entry into cinema with the string of early two-reeler "gag-fests", the classic feature period in the twenties, and onto his later career where his autonomy was curtailed by the increasingly formulaic nature of the studio system. Throughout, however, even in his later years working in commercials, television, on stage, and in many films that couldn't live up to his talent, flashes of the comedic imagination are apparent along with the incredible physicality and understanding of action in shaping humour. Peter discusses Keaton's legacy in-depth, his influence on film aesthetics and grammar, the legacy of his masterpieces in the twenties including The General, along with pointing out the virtuoso elements in his lesser-known films. He also talks about the process of putting the documentary together, his ideas for changing the chronology, interviews with star contributors, and his own voice-over performance. We hope you enjoy this opportunity to spend time in the company of one of the pivotal filmmakers of American cinema as he discusses an icon of his own. Thanks to Tom Finney of Blue Dolphin Films for setting up the interview and if you want to see the film at the cinema there is a screening and Q&A at London's fabulous Genesis cinema on the 29th of September, hosted by friend of the show Pamela Hutchinson. Alongside this, we are delighted to premiere our new theme music, written exclusively for the Cinematologists by Welsh singer-songwriter Gwenno. Both Neil and Dario have long been fans of her sound. We recommend that you download her latest album Le Kov. You can also subscribe to The Cinematologists on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Podchaser or visit our website: www.cinematologists.com We also produce an extensive monthly newsletter and bonus/entended content that is available on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/cinematologists. You can become a member for only $2.50. We also really appreciate any reviews you might write about the show (please send us what you have written and we'll mention it) and sharing on Social Media is the lifeblood of the podcast so please do that if you enjoy the show.

1hr 19mins

18 Sep 2020

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Peter Bogdanovich, The Roads Not Taken and The Broken Hearts Gallery

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Mark and Simon are joined by legendary director Peter Bogdanovich who talks about his new Buster Keaton documentary The Great Buster. Plus your essential streaming film reviews including romcom The Broken Hearts Gallery and Sally Potter’s new drama The Roads Not Taken. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week. They also recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week and count down the top 10 films at the UK box office. 00:28:49 Box Office Top 10 00:44:33 Peter Bogdanovich interview 00:55:51 Lobbydown Correspondents 01:02:05 La Haine review 01:06:33 Memories of Murder review 01:13:41 The Broken Hearts Gallery 01:18:43 Max Richter’s Sleep 01:22:13 TV MOVIES OF THE WEEK 01:28:02 The Roads Not Taken 01:31:20 The Devil All The Time01:36:26 DVD OF THE WEEK Download our podcast from the BBC Sounds app. We welcome your contributions: Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Twitter: @wittertainment

1hr 45mins

11 Sep 2020

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Peter Bogdanovich

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Pot, Quentin Tarantino, And The Best Singles Of 2020 (So Far) 

1hr 21mins

6 Aug 2020

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