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    A six year portrait of three young men,RAISING BERTIE, Margaret Byrne.

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    My conversation with Director Margaret Byrne. We discuss her current documentary film,,"RAISING BERTIE"which will will be shown at this years Atlanta Film Festvial. Saturday, April 1, 2017, 5:00 PM — Druid Hills Presbyterian Church (directly across from the Plaza Theater) 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306  http://atlantafilmfestival.com/2017/raising-bertie/
    Set in Bertie County, located in Eastern North Carolina, the film offers viewers a respectful and tender insight into the emotional lives of Reginald “Junior” Askew, David “Bud” Perry, and Davonte “Dada” Harrell. This raw and starkly poetic cinéma vérité film weaves their stories together as they navigate school, unemployment, violence, first love, fatherhood, and estrangement from family members and mentors, subtly exploring the complex relationships between generational poverty, economic isolation, and educational inequity. RAISING BERTIE TRAILER

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    Episode 125: War for the Planet of the Apes

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    This week Brian & Zaki talk War for the Planet of the Apes in a spoiler-filled discussion of the third and final entry in the Apes series' current trilogy! Additionally, Zaki interviews David Lowery, writer and director of A Ghost Story, the boys discuss Matt Reeves abandoning Ben Affleck's draft of The Batman script, as well as Star Wars news, Listener Letters, and plenty of other movie talk! You can listen through the embed below, or at iTunes or Stitcher or Google Play. And as always, please hit “like” on our Facebook page, and send any questions or comments to MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com.

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    Issue 072: Jedi Rumination

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    Jedi Rumination.
    More details on the Masters meeting, and their journey to Skywalker Ranch! After numerous requests for more detail, John and Matt return to reminisce about the first time they met in person, and a few more special moments about touring ILM, San Anselmo, the annual Lucasfilm picnic, and of course the fabled slice of paradise in the hills built by Mr. George Lucas.
    Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/  Email: an@thenerdparty.com Subscribe in Apple Podcasts

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    Community Spotlight with FX Artist Kyle Huculak - CBP108

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    On this episode, Nathan Barker speaks with FX artist Kyle Huculak. Kyle is well known for providing the Jason Voorhees costume hobby with silicone hoods and other costume appliances. Along with his contributions to the costuming hobby, Kyle has also worked on films and tv shows.
    If you want to support the show financially, check out campbloodpodcast.com/donate
    Check out the full show notes at campbloodpodcast.com/108
    Contact feedback@campbloodpodcast.com campbloodpodcast.com facebook.com/campbloodpodcast twitter.com/campbloodpod Leave a voicemail or text (757) 637-0216

  • 00:44

    A YouTube Sensation, Plus "Dunkirk" and the Truth About Trailers!

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    We always have interesteing guest and this time we've got an honest-to-goodness YouTube sensation - Grace Randolph! She tells Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli how she gets millions of views for her very timely and unique reactions to movie trailers and delves into the mysterious world of YouTube. Plus Bill Bregoli reviews "Dunkirk. It's the first movie of the summer to get serious Oscar buzz and is directed by Christopher Nolan and is the dramatic debut of One Direction star Harry Styles - and also stars Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy and Fionn Whitehead. Then Bill McCuddy talks about "The Trip to Spain," the third in a series of "trip" films starring Steve Coogan. Oh, but there's so much more, including free, short movies you should see on the internet and why some people don't like Anne Hathaway. It's another summer feast and it's all right here.

  • 00:49

    Filibuster 47 - 'England is Mine' Interviews

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    Welcome to our final podcast interview from the Edinburgh International Film Festival. we’ve been so lucky to meet with some amazing acting talent and behind the scenes name and i’m excited to share our conversations about movies, the festival and cinema with you.
    Today’s interviews are the director and stars of ‘England is Mine’ the morning after they closed the Edinburgh Film Festival. Set in the 1970s as Steven Morrisey’s  ambitions to be a musician developed, but before he went on to become lead singer of seminal 1980s band The Smiths, this is Morrissey brimming with youthful arrogance, but searching to find his place in the musical world.
    Firstly we have writer and director Mark Gill who talks about being nomianted for the Oscar, Morrissey, developing England is Mine, Blade Runner and future projects. 
    Jack Lowden who plays the iconic Steven Morrissey speaks about a Scot taking on this iconic role, his career, working with Christopher Nolan, the need for a film studio in Scotland and his history with the Edinburgh Film Festival.
    Jessica Brown Findlay who portrays Linder Sterling chats with Lee about strong and complex female characters in cinema, The Beautiful Fantastic, the art that inspires her and her experience working on period pieces like Downton Abbey & England is Mine. 
    Laurie Kyniston starring as Johnny Marr shares his process for taking on this role, the work that is inspiring him, his career and what exciting roles he has ahead of him.
    I hope you’ll enjoy your discussion and thanks again to Mark, Jack, Jessica and Laurie for joining me. 

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    Episode 069 - Apes Together Strong

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    War for the Planet of the Apes Review
    We've been waiting for this sequel for years. Some say the journey began with the original Planet of the Apes film in 1968. But really it kicked off in 2011 with the surprise hit of Rise of the Planet of the Apes. "Rise" is technically a reboot of the franchise but it can be seen as the beginning of a prequel trilogy much like Star Wars the Phantom Menace. Rise shows the birth of Caesar, a genetically enhanced chimpanzee who leads an army of apes out of captivity while a "simian flu" eradicates most of the human race. The apes thrive, however, and this is told in the sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Things don't stay rosy war begins at the end of the film.
    In this iteration, we see an older and more war-torn Caesar. He's just trying to keep his family safe but the war keeps pulling him away from those he holds dear. This week we discuss what absolutely worked in this film and sadly what didn't.
    What did you think of the film?

  • 01:03

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #531 - 3 Locations, 6 Guests, Many Topics

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    Recorded on location at the Fine Arts Building in downtown Los Angeles, the rooftop bar atop the Ace Hotel (which was once the United Artists building), and Paramount Ranch (site of numerous movies and television shows), this week’s episode boasts no less than six guests, discussing such a wide variety of topics as Dean’s solo art show, the history of Los Angeles and the movie industry, “Twin Peaks: The Return”, PBS, books, crime novels, theatre, fringe festival productions, stand-up and improv comedy, silent movies, and, oh yeah, George A. Romero and Martin Landau are remembered in “Celebrity Deaths.”
    Sure, there are occasional audio problems caused by live jazz trios, rooftop wind, loud dance music, and liquor, but there truly is something for everyone on this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!

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    Mission 35: Tinker, Editor, Filmmaker, Innovator

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    John (@kessejunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) are back together this week, and John has a question for Mike: has something special, and irreplaceable, been lost for film's technological innovation with George Lucas no longer helming the Star Wars films? Join them as they examine the changed nature of Star Wars now that Disney is in charge of the legendary film franchise, and what it could mean for the film industry as a whole.
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  • 03:22

    Sistah Speak: The Walking Dead Episode 38

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    Join us as we discuss The Walking Dead season five episode six entitled “Consumed”, episode seven entitled “Crossed”, and episode eight entitled “Coda”. Follow us on Twitter @SistahSpeakCast  @_SistahJ  @_SistahK! Love the podcast? Tweet and let others know! Get your Sistah Speak Apparel now at the Sistah Speak Shop! Email your feedback to sistahspeak@gmail.com or leave a voicemail at 972-755-1215.