Dan and Kailey are joined by Sarah Watt, Liam Maguren, Tim Wong, David Larsen and Dominic Corry to celebrate the works of Ghibli, the famous Japanese animation studio, and talk about their favourite productions. They also review the Bill Murray vehicle St. Vincent and introduce the word “educashaming” to the world.
Special guests Darren Bevan, Dominic Corry, Graeme Tuckett and Chris Hormann on the just-launched NZIFF programme, 11-year-old Sebastian Macaulay on Disney’s Million Dollar Arm (starring Jon Hamm and written by Thomas McCarthy) and with Kailey’s help Dan reviews The Two Faces of January which features Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.
Not by me.
Christ, I’m too busy with being on holiday and preparing for my forthcoming return to the Wellington stage to think about summing up a decade in cinema (particularly as I wasn’t watching much film for the first half of it).
Meanwhile, you can listen to myself and Auckland’s Dominic Corry talk to Arts on Sunday’s Lynn Freeman about the 2009 year at the movies (which was broadcast about ten days ago) and wait a day or two for me to post my Capital Times picks of the year right here.[audio:http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/art/art-20091220–1310-Movie_Panel_-_Dan_Slevin_and_Dominic_Corry-048.mp3]