52 Weeks. 52 Films a Year. One Podcast.

CAROUSEL OF PAST AND UPCOMING FILMS

UPDATES AND THE WRITTEN WORD

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LISTEN TO OUR FIRST INTERVIEW TODAY! Film A Week Presents...An Interview w/ Nick Romi (Director of "Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka")

We interview filmmaker Nick Romi, director of "Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka." This interview gives us and the listeners an opportunity to hear Romi talk about the Osaka punk scene, his idea to film the beauty of punk rock and get to know how this all happen simply on accident. Tune in now and all podcast apps!
 

 

FILM A WEEK & OTHER SHOWS

 
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MAY 11TH, 2018

EP. 82: "THE FUGITIVE"

"I don't care!"

Our hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi are on the run with Harrison Ford from Tommy Lee Jones to find the one-armed man in this 1993 adaptation of the 1963-67 series. Listen as we discuss Serg's dad's favorite film, Jones' Oscar-winning performance, the mystery of the film and the pulse-pounding train crash sequence.

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MAY 4TH, 2018

EP. 81:  "SERENITY"

"I am a leaf on the wind - watch how I soar."

Host Serg and Patrick hop aboard with Mal Reynolds and his Serenity crew as they outrun the Operative in this 2005 film based upon the show "Firefly." Listen as the host discuss the cult hit and stellar cast, Fox's love of cancellation, seeing it through a newcomer's eye and Joss Whedon's first stab at feature films.

 
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APRIL 27TH, 2018

EP. 80:  "PORCO ROSSO"

"I'd rather be a pig than a fascist."

Welcome to the world of Hayao Miyazaki as 1992's "Porco Rosso" soars in to end Animated April. Listen as Serg and Patrick discuss the master of Japanese animation with his unique vision, Studio Ghibli, the film's artistry and overall love of aviation.

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APRIL 20TH, 2018

EP. 79: "A SCANNER DARKLY"

"Whatever it is that's watching... it isn't human."

Serg and Patrick go on a trip of drugs and technology in the rotoscope animated film “A Scanner Darkly.” Listen as the host discuss Keanu Reeves' acting, the works of Phillip K. Dick, rotoscope works and a bizarre cameo by...Alex Jones?