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This show first became available in May of 2007 and the original description was as follows:
Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness bring you movie chat from the inner workings of Hollywood’s indie film machine.
Today’s Topics: Dean comments on a documentary he saw at the Silver Lake Film Festival called “Improbable Collapse”, a film he saw at , and Phil reports on a “star” ceremony in Palm Springs, the addition of to their Walk of Fame.
The guys also talk about “Spiderman 3″, “Waitress”, the MPAA and the history of the X rating, gaming the ratings board, and art vs commerce vs freedom of expression.
And oh yeah… they don’t accept screenplay submissions, just finished films.
This week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour is action-packed. Dean’s birthday adventures and trip to Canada are recounted. YOUR comments regarding last week’s show are shared. The news of a potential X-Files reboot is analyzed from multiple angles. Emmy Awards nominations are praised and criticized. The good and bad of television development news is revealed. The brilliance of Louis CK is admired. Writers, actors and makeup artists are remembered. The question of racial inequality in movies is tackled. The deplorable treatment of Alexander Payne’s masterful “Nebraska” at the hands of Epix and Paramount Vantage is decried. A wise quote from Somerset Maugham is applied to an analysis of recent box office hits and misses … Phew. How did your friends in podcasting get to it all?! Find out …
On the latest episode of the BIG show, with the Summer Movie season now in the books, we focus on the "serious films" in our Fall Movie Preview. Will dramas such as Birdman, Fury and Interstellar be contenders or will smaller films such as Whiplash, The Skeleton Twins and Nightcrawler make some noise? Plus, we'll preview the films of the Toronto International Film Festival and talk with the creator of the upcoming documentary film, The Hollywood Blackout, Kevin Sampson. We'll have all that and more on Episode 261 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Devin Halden is an entertainment entrepreneur with focus on the production and distribution of media properties across multiple platforms. Halden launched Pixovi Movie Network in May of 2010. Visitors of the platform immediately experienced the robust and versatile capabilities that the multi-platform distribution company offers. Pixovi is most accurately an IPTV, providing the capabilities of operating similar to a cable or satellite company. Through Pixovi, producers can now distribute and exhibit their film(s) to a global audience through a variety of applications and devices . Unlike other VOD platforms that are designed on a quantity over quality model, Pixovi is built around the opposite mode of thought. Halden understands that Pixovi members want a wide selection, but Halden believes that can still be achieved with each film offering being of the highest quality. Halden’s knowledge of both traditional distribution lifecycles and techniques as well as the new distribution plans that utilize new technology and media, has laid the foundation for his blueprint for a successful independent film release, a blueprint that keeps the control of the IP and accounting in the hands of the producers and maintains transparency throughout the entire lifecycle of the film. Pixovi continues to design and implement existing and proprietary technologies as a way to solidify its longevity and its pioneering spirit in the movie distribution and exhibition market. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or Follow us on Twitter @123Film
John Smart began working on feature film in the Art department while still in college at the University of New Mexico where he received a BFA in theater. After a number of years working on such films as The Big Easy, Heathers, and Barfly - he decided to teach in Los Angeles and at school for teens who’d gotten in trouble with drugs. He became known for bringing film industry professionals to the school as guest speakers and mentors. Establishing a relationship between the school and the local film and TV industry that lasted long after he was gone. When John returned to working on films he dove into legal clearances. He’s worked on a long list of projects including: The Good Lie, Don Jon, 2 Guns, Shopgirl, The Hot Flashes, Linsanity, Looper, Bullet To The Head and approximately 60 other films, TV shows and DVD games. He loves clearances because he can both assist in legally getting a production difficult items they may want or need for a project - but more importantly a Clearance administrator is one of the last firewalls a production has avoid legal action - and a copyright infringement claim can be lethal for a film. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.Follow us on Twitter @123Film
On this episode of Entertainment Zone Radio, Alex will review a older movie. Recently we have been reviewing newer movies that are in the theaters, but over our next few movie reviews I will be reviewing some older movies and give my reviews on them.
Today, we are going to review the movie Ted. Ted is a 2012 comedy staring Mark Walhberg and Seth McFarlane. I will discuss what the movie is about, I will review the movie and offer my thoughts and my rating of the movie, I will share my favorite scenes of the movie, I will discuss if I reccomend you watch this movie,and then finally I will discuss the rumors regarding Ted 2 which is supposed to come out in 2015 or 2016 I believe.
You can call in at 347-637-2249 dial 1 to join the chat, tell me what you love about Ted,what you dislike about Ted, or offer your thoughts about Ted.
It’s too darn hot in Los Angeles and your friends in podcasting are high as proverbial kites on codeine swirl frappuccinos!
Dean performed in a “Live Event of the Week” and this fact leads to a discussion of public transportation, the immune system and Biddy Mason.
Phil spent all week (and the week before that) trying to get their new film submitted to Sundance, and in the process watch documentaries about The Magnificent Seven, Sam Peckinpah and Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory. He also saw the last film to star the great James Gandolfini (and boasting merely the latest indelible performance from the masterful Tom Hardy).
Two “Lawsuits of the Week” are discussed, which leads to analysis of sexual abuse in Hollywood, domestic violence in professional football and the role of interns in show business.
A great comic and a legendary big-screen villain are remembered.
All that, plus much more … Pass the Chillpak. It’s too darn hot!
Sam Dlugach, email@example.com top Hollywood colorist shares how to prevent pitfalls in post production that can be averted with a good colorist onboard early.
To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com
Love a good rant? Phil Leirness has you covered, taking on everything from the Ice Bucket Challenge to “Dr. Who” to Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide to Helen Mirren and The Hundred-Foot Journey!
It’s all in good fun, though, and he and Dean Haglund also weigh in on Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, Philip Seymour’s last completed performance in A Most Wanted Man, listener Andrew Burt’s PhD exams, their favorite Robin Williams roles and no doubt, a little bit more.
Renowned film critics Nell Minow, A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates drop by to discuss the movie release schedule for Fall of 2014. With over 80 films opening between September and the end of the year, moviegoers need all the help they can get in deciding which offerings deserve attention. Because Nell, A.J., and Mack never shy away from expressing candid opinions about everything cinematic, they make a perfect trio for this timely topic.
Nell, the famous Movie Mom, writes film commentary for Beliefnet and is the author of several books about movies including The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, Second Edition. Mack contributes freelance articles to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine's official film blog. A.J., the Mad Movie Man, has contributed reviews to a number of sites including ReelTalk Movie Reviews, Review Express, Classic Movie Guide and Terror Tube. He is also the founder of Cineslice, his own popular movie blog. This should be another lively and fun episode for movie fans!
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Monday on The Steven Knight Show they are live with the question of the day, the latest in entertainment news, sports, fashion, music and movie reviews. Then the team welcomes Music Industry Diva and celebrity manager of R&B Diva Faith Evans, Ms. Cheryl Flowers Briggs. Plus, The Feel Good Funny Guy, Keynote Speaker and Comedian Mr. Nick Arnette. Don’t miss it! Monday, August 25, 2014 at 10PM EST only on EOTM Radio.
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The Movie Geeks speak with film composer Kevin Riepl about his latest score Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.
Plus, the latest movie news, including HBO's planned remake of Westworld, the passing of Lauren Bacall, and who we think should have won Best Picture every year throughout the 1980's.
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