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How do films make you feel? We get personal about cinema and TV with actors, directors, cinematographers and other people from the continually evolving world of "content". A podcast from film critic Christopher Hooton

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    • Télévision et cinéma

How do films make you feel? We get personal about cinema and TV with actors, directors, cinematographers and other people from the continually evolving world of "content". A podcast from film critic Christopher Hooton

    Tommy Wiseau

    Tommy Wiseau

    The one and only Tommy Wiseau sits down with us to talk life after 'The Disaster Artist', 'The Room' on Broadway, his love of architecture, 'Ocean's 11', and his plans for a horror movie about using 8% of your brain (?), in certainly our most directionless conversation yet.
     
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    • 22 min
    #32: Peep Show and Succession creator Jesse Armstrong

    #32: Peep Show and Succession creator Jesse Armstrong

    Chris talks to the man behind Peep Show and In The Loop about his major new HBO show Succession, which centres on a Murdoch-esque family ruling the American media. The pair explore how writers' rooms work, what a showrunner actually does, getting your head around complex business jargon for a script, the 'toilet paper draft' and the future of liberalism in the face of Trump.
     
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    • 27 min
    #31: Brian Tyree Henry is the heir apparent to James Gandolfini

    #31: Brian Tyree Henry is the heir apparent to James Gandolfini

    Atlanta's Brian Tyree Henry just earned an Emmy nomination for his work on Atlanta and is tapped to work with Steve McQueen and Joe Wright on upcoming films. He sits down with Chris to discuss the stage and screen actor's similar acting style to James Gandolfini, how Atlanta season 2's standalone episode format was kinda scary for the cast, the show's silent moments, patient plot advancement, and how it doesn't try to hammer you over the head with a message.
     
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    • 19 min
    #30: The shaming of Mark Duplass

    #30: The shaming of Mark Duplass

    Indie film pioneer Mark Duplass has been forced to issue an apology for recommending a podcast to his followers. We look at how internet mob mentality can seemingly elicit a mea culpa from anyone for just about anything, how there is now no room in Hollywood for dissent, and where all of this might be headed.
     
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    • 18 min
    #29: Is Westworld exquisitely intricate or just convoluted?

    #29: Is Westworld exquisitely intricate or just convoluted?

    Westworld, the heir apparent to Game of Thrones, is back on HBO for a second season, but is it a sophisticated puzzle of a show or just an overly-complicated scramble of information? Christopher Hooton and Jacob Stolworthy chew it over.
     
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    • 24 min
    #28: Lena Waithe on Master of None's future, Ready Player One and Spielberg's soul

    #28: Lena Waithe on Master of None's future, Ready Player One and Spielberg's soul

    After breaking through as Denise in Netflix's 'Master of None', Lena Waithe has found herself doing motion capture in Steven Spielberg's new action-adventure epic, 'Ready Player One'. She talks to Christopher Hooton about working with 'kind soul' Steven Spielberg, growing up in the South Side of Chicago, and the future of 'Master of None' following the whole Aziz Ansari situation.
     
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    • 17 min

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