• 00:30

    The Elite Fiction Show EP5

    in Film

    On today's show we will be discussing the scenes that were filmed today for "The Tribe" and the films: "Layer Cake," "Trainspotting," "Snatch," and "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels."

  • 00:56

    Music Monday: Jeffery Straker - Under The Soles Of My Shoes

    in Music

    Who:  Jeffery Straker
    What:  Under The Soles Of My Shoes
    When:  June 21, 2011
    Where:  Acronym Records
    Trainspotting Gone Bell Bottom Heart The Starts Played Tricks Oh God I'm Cinderella Slings and Arrows Fall From Grace Brand New Ocean I Don't Know Coat Hanger

  • 00:37

    A show about why Nick Cave made good music

    in Movies

    We discuss movies about drug addiction and Jason Schwartzman's ugly ass face.

  • 01:42

    Railfanning in the Modern Age on Lets Talk Trains

    in Hobbies

    With the recent events that have taken place in Boston, this past week, our hobby of railfanning is, again, under the magnifying glass by the general public and local authorities.
    This week, Kansas City Nathan, hosts as we talk about the hobby of railfanning, different website and tools we use and have an open the phone lines for a discussion about the events the past week and what we can do to help promote our hobby and not fall victim to misunderstanding.
    ALL ABOARD!!!

  • 00:31

    GSB's Movies for March, Walking Dead, Free Digital Comics

    in Entertainment

    Is Rick turning into Shane?  That's the question I asked as I recapped the latest episode of The Walking Dead.  Also in TV land, Grimm came back last Friday (March 8th) for its mid-season premiere.  Can you say Hexenbaby?
    Marvel is starting a new online video series 'Earth's Mightiest Show' with G4TV host Blair Butler, and in addition they are giving away 700 free digital downloads of their #1 comic issues.
    Also included in this episode are my choices for interesting movies for the rest of March, my featured Flashback, Danny Boyle's Trainspotting sequel, and Isaiah Washington to star in CW's Sci-Fi series The Hundred (sounds like a post-apocalyptic Battle Royal).  Hope you enjoy the show!
    Make sure you hit the 'Follow' button here on my Blog Talk Radio page so you can get notified of upcoming new shows.
    Check out my blog at geeksoulbrother.com
    Geek Soul Brother is Puttin' the Funk in the Final Frontier!

  • 00:31

    Towle Booth - From Silver Screen to Great White Way

    in Entertainment

    Join Jeff Casey and Shawn A. Smith as they talk about movies that have been adapted for the stage (both musical and non musical) and review Avenue Q, Kinky Boots, and Trainspotting USA.

  • 01:00

    Profile: Colin Vaines/ Producer/ My Week With Marilyn/ W.E

    in Movies

    Colin Vaines left journalism to run the UK’s National Film Development Fund and act as consultant to British Screen Finance. He made his debut as a producer in 92 with the Emmy-winning TV film A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia which introduced Ralph Fiennes Vaines was artistic director of both the Performing Arts Screenwriting Lab in the UK. Among the writers he handpicked to develop projects were  Simon Beaufoy/The Full Monty, John Hodge/ Trainspotting, Lee Hall/Billy Elliot, and John Michael McDonagh/ The Guard. Vaines supervised production/ development for UK lottery franchise The Film Consortium from  overseeing  Hideous Kinky/ Kate Winslet. He was Co-executive producer of Scorsese’s Gangs of New York, and Exe in Charge of Production on Minghella's Cold Mountain. In 2005, he was appointed Exe VP European Production and Development for The Weinstein Company. He Exe produced  Minghella’s Breaking and Entering/Jude Law, Miss Potter/ Renée Zellweger. He also developed/oversaw production on The Reader, Factory Girl and Minghella’s final film for TV No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. He joined Graham King’s GK Films in Los Angeles as Co-President of Prod in 2007, where he became Exe Producer of The Young Victoria, The Rum Diary/Johnny Depp, and London Boulevard/ Oscar-winning writer William Monahan/Colin Farrell. In 2010 he produced Coriolanus which marks the directing debut/star Ralph Fiennes. Vaines is co-producer of W.E., the directing debut of Madonna. He is co-executive producer of My Week With Marilyn, starring Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 00:11

    Milling About with Ewan McGregor

    in Entertainment

    Ewan McGregor has had many love interests but none have touched him as much as his canine co-star Cosmo in his latest film Beginners. McGregor tells host Robin Milling how he bonded with the pup wanting to take him home after the shoot, only to find his wife was allergic to hairy dogs! "I did find a little rescue dog on the last day of the shoot called Sid who’s my dog now. I still see Cosmo now and again with
    Sid. He’s like a Cosmo replacement because he’s the same size and white so it’s like having Cosmo around and my wife isn’t allergic to Sid so he’s a real member
    of the family."
     

  • 01:00

    "Slumdog Millionaire" Director (and Oscar Winner!) Danny Boyle

    in Film


    ‘Slumdog Millionaire’
    Director Danny Boyle
    You’ve seen the flick. Now hear the man who brought this unlikely achievement to the silver screen.

    Today at 12 p.m. ET, Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle drops in on SAJA to discuss the film that has the whole world talking. And crying. And laughing. And cheering.

    Earlier this month, the feel-good movie of the year chewed up the Golden Globes competition, snagging four statuettes. It has also been nominated for 10 Academy Awards. Among those nominations is a Best Director nod to Danny, a British native whose previous lensing achievements include Trainspotting and The Beach.

    After Slumdog’s original U.S. distributor, Warner Independent Pictures, was shut down last spring, the studio suggested (can you imagine?) sending it straight to DVD. Fortunately, Fox Searchlight stepped in three months later. Soon after that, Slumdog won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

    And the rest, as they say, is history.

    Post questions and comments at http://bit.ly/boyle

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