Join Jeremiah, Kara, and Thad (and maybe even an extra guest!) as they explore the past, present, and future of film.
Fantasy for Kids
Thad, Kara, and Jeremiah look at three fantasy films and discuss how they seem particularly structured and geared towards children.
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Cinematic Propaganda: Antifa Themes Part 7
Thad, Kara, and Jeremiah look at how movies about the civil rights movement have been framed via Mississippi Burning (1988) and Selma (2014).
Annual Report Card
Thad, Kara, and Jeremiah take a breather and assess their series on Propaganda and Antifa themes. The trio tries to figure out how they've succeeded and how they can do better moving forward.
Cinematic Propaganda: Antifa Themes Part 6
The trio looks at David Simon's HBO 6 part miniseries, "Show Me a Hero" (2015).
Starring Oscar Issac, Alfred Molina, Catherine Keener, and Ilfenesh Hadera, and directed by Paul Haggis, the series looks at a Yonkers Public Housing project and the ups and downs of getting it built.
Holiday Special: Tokyo Groundhogs
Just in time for the Holidays, the crew discusses Tokyo Godfathers and Groundhog Day.
Cinematic Propaganda: Antifa Themes - Part 5
This episode we look at Too Big to Fail and The Big Short, two movies about the 2008 market crash. Thad, Kara, and Jeremiah discuss and analyze how effective each movie is in structuring its message.