We're a weekly movie podcast for cineastes, cinephiles, cinema snobs, and you know...everyone else! We're going one by one through the Sight and Sound list of Greatest Movies of All Time. Listen up and find out if agree with Sight and Sound's summation of cinema history. And as a bonus, if you listen to this podcast you are eligible to become a bona fide cinephile.
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 43 – Spree (featuring director Eugene Kotlyarenko)
Martin is joined by director Eugene Kotlyarenko to discuss his dark satirical film, Spree.
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 42 – After Hours
Martin is joined by actor and writer Galen Howard for a fast-paced conversation about Martin Scorsese's After Hours.
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 41 - The Ring
Martin is joined by returning guests Dave Eves and Zachary Curl to discuss The Ring and its various incarnations. Happy Halloween!
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 40 - The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw (featuring director Thomas Robert Lee)
An interview with Canadian writer and director, Thomas Robert Lee about his upcoming folk horror film, The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw.
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 39 – Deep End
On the 50th anniversary of its release, Martin is joined by Matthias van der Roest for a conversation about Jerzy Skolimowski's Deep End.
Flixwise: CANADA Ep. 38 – Wait Until Dark
Martin is joined by filmmaker and illustrator Patrick Horvath to discuss the 1967 adaptation of Frederick Knott's play Wait Until Dark, starring Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin.
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A hugely enjoyable film podcast!
A hugely enjoyable series of movie discussions led by filmmakers Pauline “Lady P” Lampert and Martin Kessler.
Originally the aim of the project was to cover all the movies on the Sight and Sound critics' Top 250 films of All Time list, but they've now branched out to include a 'Flixwise Favourites' strand, based on listener suggestions, and Flixwise: Canada, which reviews films selected by Martin.
These additional strands add a much needed corrective to the Sight and Sound list, which leans rather heavily on 'important' or 'serious' films at the expense of films aimed at a wider audience.
The discussions are reliably thoughtful and funny, and have given me a greater appreciation of a number of films that I've already seen, and a long list of others to add to my 'must watch' list!