Last night Kailey, Simon and I reviewed Arthur Christmas, Immortals, Tomboy and Rest for the Wicked. We had able assistance from NZ actor John Leigh (Stickmen, We’re Here to Help, The Two Towers). It was fun.
It’s over a week since the last time I published a Cinematica podcast update and we’ve recorded and released two episodes since then.
Last week (22 November) we spoke to Gerard Smyth, director of When a City Falls about his documentary and life in shuddery Christchurch. You can listen to that episode here:
In that show we also eviscerate Twilight but talk up Project Nim.
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Here’s Episode #005 of Cinematica.This week I talk to James Croot from The Press and writer Rachael King, two Christchurch film fans, about being cinephiles in a city that’s lost several movie theatres to earthquakes. Contagion, Beginners, Last Train Home and Snow Flower and the Secret Fan are also reviewed.
Last night Kailey, Simon and I recorded Episode 5 of the new Cinematica podcast. In it we argue about The Debt, Anonymous and basically agree on The Thing and I Don’t Know How She Does It. I was the only poor bugger who saw Conan the Barbarian. There’s news and banter in there too.
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In today’s programme (originally posted on 25 October 2011):
Kailey spins some Beautiful Lies about the latest Audrey Tautou film, I’ll bring Paranormal Activity 3 out of the murk and, with the help of special guest Miriam Ross, our 3D expert, we’ll see whether Wim Wenders sweeps us off our feet with his new dance documentary Pina.