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The Frame

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A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.

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A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.

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134 Ratings
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Great podcast!

By FILMZZZZZZ - Sep 05 2019
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Great interviews, very insightful.

Love John Horn and KPCC

By Rod Brown 4 - Jun 10 2017
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Excellent summary of TV and Movies!

iTunes Ratings

134 Ratings
Average Ratings
96
19
5
6
8

Great podcast!

By FILMZZZZZZ - Sep 05 2019
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Great interviews, very insightful.

Love John Horn and KPCC

By Rod Brown 4 - Jun 10 2017
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Excellent summary of TV and Movies!

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The Frame

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A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.

Weekend: Lena Waithe & Melina Matsoukas talk 'Queen & Slim'; James Mangold on 'Ford v Ferrari' and more...

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Lena Waithe and Melina Matsoukas want “Queen & Slim" to make an impact on the culture as a form of protest art; Congressman Julian Castro questions in Hollywood is engaged in "systemic exclusion" of Latinos; "Ford v Ferrari" director James Mangold; "Scandalous" doc tell story of National Enquirer

Nov 16 2019

56mins

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Noah Baumbach Digs Into A 'Marriage Story'

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The director wrote the script based on conversations with friends about marriage and divorce; Adam Driver talks about "Marriage Story," his fourth collaboration with Baumbach; Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz on her ongoing relationship with the L.A. Philharmonic.

Nov 06 2019

31mins

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Weekend: Robert Pattinson; HBO's 'Watchmen'; 'Jojo Rabbit' Dir. Taika Waititi; Morrissey's politics and more

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What Robert Pattinson loves about acting and why he made the surreal film "The Lighthouse"; the buried American history inside HBO's "Watchmen," and "Jojo Rabbit" director Taika Waititi defends his anti-hate satire.

Oct 26 2019

56mins

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Weekend: Flea; Elizabeth Banks; Gabriel Iglesias and more...

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea writes about his violent step-father who also inspired his love of music; Elizabeth Banks wants to up-end Hollywood’s outdated ideas of what kinds of movies women can direct; and Comedian Gabriel Iglesias reunites with the high school teacher who helped him find his voice.

Nov 23 2019

56mins

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Significant Firsts For 'Honey Boy'

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Alma Har'el talks about making her narrative feature directing debut in the film that stars Shia LaBeouf in his first feature-length screenplay; an oral history of "Blade Runner."

Nov 05 2019

31mins

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Weekend: Ed Norton; Cynthia Erivo is 'Harriet'; QOTSA frontman; Raphael Saadiq and more

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Ed Norton brings "Motherless Brooklyn" to theaters 20 years after he first had the idea; star Cynthia Erivo and director Kasi Lemons tell the story of telling the story of Harriet Tubman on screen; Should arts orgs partner with Saudi Arabia?; Josh Homme of Queens of the Ston

Nov 02 2019

56mins

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Edward Norton's Long-Simmering 'Motherless Brooklyn'

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The actor bought the rights to Jonathan Lethem's book in 1999, and finally was able to direct his own adaptation of the novel.

Oct 22 2019

19mins

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Mark Ruffalo Wades Into 'Dark Waters'

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The actor plays a corporate attorney who switches sides to go after an environmental polluter; Hollywood Reporter TV critic Daniel Feinberg on the glut of TV programming.

Nov 22 2019

31mins

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Flea Bites Into His Wild, Early Years

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The bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers has a new memoir that recounts his days before he met his bandmates in high school; the Grammy nominations make history, but could still use some improvement.

Nov 20 2019

31mins

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Elizabeth Banks on 'Charlie's Angels' And Much, Much More

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The writer/director strives for a sense of sisterhood in all her projects; Louie C.K.'s return to the stage; comedian Gabriel Iglesias reunites with an influential high school teacher of his.

Nov 18 2019

31mins

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Weekend: Mark Ruffalo, Shea Serrano, Nell Scovell, 'Honey Boy' director, and more...

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Mark Ruffalo wants to make movies that make a difference and make Marvel films too; "Honey Boy" director Alma Har'el on how she and Shia LaBeouf bonded; Nell Scovell confronts David Letterman; How "Moonface" was made; Writer Nell Scovell confronts her old boss, David Letterman.

Nov 09 2019

56mins

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Bradley Whitford Finds 'Perfect Harmony'

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The actor has in recent years taken on dark roles in the movie "Get Out" and the TV series, "The Handmaid’s Tale.” So he decided to lighten up with a sitcom.

Oct 24 2019

19mins

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Weekend: Mark Duplass, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bikram doc and more

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Mark Duplass on playing supporting roles in two projects tackling #metoo stories; Gugu Mbatha-Raw makes the case for seeing her buried movie "Fast Color"; the debate around black criticism of "Queen & Slim," a Netflix documentary exposes the toxic story of yoga guru Bikram Choudhury...

Dec 07 2019

56mins

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'Burning Cane' Is An Auspicious Debut For Phillip Youmans

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The 19-year-old filmmaker shot the movie while he was still in high school, and it won him awards at the Tribeca Film Festival; the U.S. Justice Dept. may allow studios to once again own movie theaters; the comedians who warm up TV studio audiences.

Dec 06 2019

31mins

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The Inside Story Of 'Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator'

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Bikram Choudhury made hot yoga an international phenomenon, but he allegedly assaulted a number of female students along the way, as told in a new documentary; should films by black artists be immune from criticism by black writers?; Beverly Hills High School had a pivotal role in "It's a Wonderful Life."

Dec 05 2019

31mins

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Sundance Festival Reveals Its 2020 Lineup

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The influential event in Park City, Utah has built its reputation on films that advance racial diversity and gender parity; #PayUpHollywood takes the next step; the Sunset Studios in Hollywood mark their 100th anniversary.

Dec 04 2019

31mins

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Mark Duplass Defines Being A Multi-Hyphenate

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The actor, writer, producer and director talks about his current roles for both TV and film; the Thanksgiving weekend box office kicked off the holiday season; the rapper JPEGMAFIA takes us inside his creative process.

Dec 03 2019

31mins

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Redmayne and Jones Reunite In 'The Aeronauts'

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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones last acted together in “The Theory of Everything.” Now they’re back together for a film in which they play 19th Century balloonists; two companies behind the vinyl record renaissance.

Dec 02 2019

31mins

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The Frame 5th Anniversary Special

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The Frame is five years old! We revisit memorable interviews, strange locations, some laughs and a few good cries. Meryl Streep, Jordan Peele, Tom Hanks, Lizzo, Guillermo del Toro, Emma Thompson, Ava DuVernay, Zach Galifiankis, Karyn Kusama, Mark Bradford, Jon Robin Baitz and more...

Nov 28 2019

56mins

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Driver & Baumbach, Together Again

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Actor Adam Driver and writer/director Noah Baumbach reunite for the fourth time for "Marriage Story"; composer Gabriela Ortiz's latest commission for the L.A. Philharmonic.

Nov 27 2019

31mins

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On The Run With 'Queen & Slim'

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Writer Lena Waithe and director Melina Matsoukas talk about how the traumatic deaths of unarmed black people by police officers shaped their movie's narrative; five years after the Sony hack, what's changed in Hollywood?

Nov 26 2019

31mins

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HBO's 'Watchmen' Turns A Corner

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Series creator Damon Lindelof and director Stephen Williams walk us through the pivotal sixth episode; Kanye West's "opera" at the Hollywood Bowl; The Grammy Museum adds a gallery for Latin music.

Nov 25 2019

31mins

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Weekend: Flea; Elizabeth Banks; Gabriel Iglesias and more...

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea writes about his violent step-father who also inspired his love of music; Elizabeth Banks wants to up-end Hollywood’s outdated ideas of what kinds of movies women can direct; and Comedian Gabriel Iglesias reunites with the high school teacher who helped him find his voice.

Nov 23 2019

56mins

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Mark Ruffalo Wades Into 'Dark Waters'

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The actor plays a corporate attorney who switches sides to go after an environmental polluter; Hollywood Reporter TV critic Daniel Feinberg on the glut of TV programming.

Nov 22 2019

31mins

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'The Thanksgiving Play' Carves Into Woke Culture

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Native American playwright Larissa FastHorse examines cultural pitfalls of the holiday; late-night TV hosts are having a field day with the impeachment hearings; singer Dorian Wood channels Chavela Vargas.

Nov 21 2019

31mins

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Flea Bites Into His Wild, Early Years

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The bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers has a new memoir that recounts his days before he met his bandmates in high school; the Grammy nominations make history, but could still use some improvement.

Nov 20 2019

31mins

Play

'Burning Cane' Is An Auspicious Debut For Phillip Youmans

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The 19-year-old filmmaker shot the movie while he was still in high school, and it won him awards at the Tribeca Film Festival; the U.S. Justice Dept. may allow studios to once again own movie theaters; the comedians who warm up TV studio audiences.

Nov 19 2019

31mins

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Elizabeth Banks on 'Charlie's Angels' And Much, Much More

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The writer/director strives for a sense of sisterhood in all her projects; Louie C.K.'s return to the stage; comedian Gabriel Iglesias reunites with an influential high school teacher of his.

Nov 18 2019

31mins

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Weekend: Lena Waithe & Melina Matsoukas talk 'Queen & Slim'; James Mangold on 'Ford v Ferrari' and more...

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Lena Waithe and Melina Matsoukas want “Queen & Slim" to make an impact on the culture as a form of protest art; Congressman Julian Castro questions in Hollywood is engaged in "systemic exclusion" of Latinos; "Ford v Ferrari" director James Mangold; "Scandalous" doc tell story of National Enquirer

Nov 16 2019

56mins

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The Emotion Comes At You In 'Waves'

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Director Trey Edward Shults and actress Taylor Russell talk about their drama focused on an African-American family; Taylor Swift's ongoing battle for her early music; Josh Homme's "Desert Sessions."

Nov 15 2019

31mins

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BD Wong's 'Great Leap' Into The Director's Role

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The actor takes on a new challenge for Lauren Yee's play at The Pasadena Playhouse; the Country Music Association Awards and a dichotomy in country music; the composers of "Dickinson" use modern music for the classic tale.

Nov 14 2019

31mins

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The 'Scandalous' History Of The National Enquirer

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Mark Landsman's documentary looks at the roots and the modern history of the notorious tabloid; Anna Waronker and the revival of the band That Dog; Song Exploder with Raphael Saadiq.

Nov 13 2019

31mins

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