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RN 3/4: Views of the NZIFF Mountain

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Kailey and Dan are joined from Auckland by film maker and appreciator Doug Dillaman to discuss the first week of the 2015 New Zealand International Film Festival. Dan also interviews The Duke of Burgundy writer/director Peter Strickland. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes! Dan’s epic NZIFF preview on Radio New Zealand: Kailey’s second recent appearance on Radio New Zealand’s Standing …

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RN 3/3: 2015 NZIFF Special

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Kailey and Dan are joined by NZIFF director Bill Gosden to preview this year’s event plus interviews with Daniel Junge (director of Being Evel) and Christian Petzold, the writer/director of the wonderful Phoenix. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes! Here’s Arthur, the Rancho Notorious mascot and lap warmer And a closeup. Kailey is now the official ring-in for film reviews on …

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Kailey and Dan are joined by special guests Rudy Tavarez and Mike Dickison to talk about the biggest film in the world at the moment, Jurassic World. The award-winning Spanish thriller Marshland also gets a verdict. Right-click to download this episode!

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RN 3/1: Faults

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Dan and Kailey are joined by film festival stalwart and emergency management specialist Rebecca Goodbehere to discuss the new Dwayne Johnson disaster movie San Andreas and the new Cameron Crowe disastrous movie Aloha. Plus the latest announcements from this year’s NZIFF and the usual mix of news and box office stats from around the world. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes! As …

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RN 2/18: “We’re mad, we are!”

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Kailey and Dan are joined by Ben Woodward to talk about George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road and the remake of Poltergeist with diversions into A Royal Night Out and Spy plus another announcement from this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival. Righ-click to download this episode! Show notes featuring Some of the best writing on Mad Max and Fury Road: The violent, beautiful world …

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RN 2/17: More than one kind of grunge

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Kailey and Dan review Pitch Perfect 2 plus documentaries That Sugar Film, Cobain: Montage of Heck and The Ground We Won. Kailey also reveals the first titles in this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes and bonus material Interview with Christopher Pryor and Miriam Smith about How Far is Heaven from the Cinematica podcast in …

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