Join passionate movie fan, and maybe-one-day cinephile, Jason Caviness as he invites a cast of like-minded co-conspirators to explore the filmographies of noted auteurs. Each installment takes a probing look into one particular movie from their body of work, asking What makes a movie work? Does this scene work? How does this film fit into the creator’s body of work? Jason and company will get into all of it on Filmography Club!
Our Favorite Movies: Universal Monster Movies with Alex Beene
Author, educator, and early film aficionado Alex Beene discusses the first cinematic shared universe; Universal Monsters.
Jeremy Saulnier: Hold the Dark with Dycee Wildman
Filmography Club closes the book on the work of Jeremy Saulnier by having a discussion with writer/director Dycee Wildman about the 2018 film, Hold the Dark.
Our Favorite Movies: It Follows with Alex Steed
Prestige podcast host Alex Steed joins for a chat about the 2014 horror film `It Follows` and both its overt and subtle themes.
Jeremy Saulnier: Green Room
We continue our discussion of writer/director Jeremy Saulnier's body of work with a look at his 2015 limited release film, Green Room.
Our Favorite Movies: Ikiru with Toby Leonard
Toby Leonard, Programming Director of Nashville's Belcourt Theatre, joins Filmography Club for a discussion on the Akira Kurosawa masterpiece from 1952, Ikiru.
Jeremy Saulnier: Blue Ruin
Zack Hall, Belcourt Theatre programming coordinator, sits down to talk genre films and Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin.
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Filmography Club is a deep-dive into a director's filmography, film by film. The host claims not to be a cinephile, but he sure sounds like one. The discussions, with knowledgeable guests, are informative and interesting. I particularly like how themes are represented in the director's work while talking about each movie. Highly recommend.