300 episodes

Each week on Screen Talk, Indiewire's chief film critic Eric Kohn talks with Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson about the indie film world and beyond -- from film festivals to new releases and the future of the business.

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    • TV & Film
    • 3.6, 218 Ratings

Each week on Screen Talk, Indiewire's chief film critic Eric Kohn talks with Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson about the indie film world and beyond -- from film festivals to new releases and the future of the business.

    "Waiting for Netflix" (Episode 297)

    "Waiting for Netflix" (Episode 297)

    "Waiting for Netflix" (Episode 297) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 33 min
    "TIFF and Venice, Sitting in a Tree" (Episode 296)

    "TIFF and Venice, Sitting in a Tree" (Episode 296)

    "TIFF and Venice, Sitting in a Tree" (Episode 296) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 26 min
    "Sundance Leaders Live" (Episode 295)

    "Sundance Leaders Live" (Episode 295)

    "Sundance Leaders Live" (Episode 295) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 54 min
    "Summer Movie Streaming" (Episode 294)

    "Summer Movie Streaming" (Episode 294)

    "Summer Movie Streaming" (Episode 294) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 35 min
    "A New Normal" (Episode 293)

    "A New Normal" (Episode 293)

    "A New Normal" (Episode 293) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 34 min
    "Fall Festivals Vs. the Pandemic" (Episode 292)

    "Fall Festivals Vs. the Pandemic" (Episode 292)

    "Fall Festivals Vs. the Pandemic" (Episode 292) by Indiewire: Screen Talk

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
218 Ratings

218 Ratings

Mielleaaaa ,

Volume control

Please pay attention to the volume control. Quite often, it gets really hard to hear what they are saying. The volume of their voices keep switching between extremely loud in one moment and then too small even with the highest volume setting. I’m not sure if it’s because they are moving away from a mic, or sound editing is not good. Whatever the reason is, it’s really annoying to constantly adjusting volume!

HappyTheFish ,

My All-Time Favorite Podcast

The best way I’ve found to keep up-to-date with current events in film on both a micro and macro scale. Genuinely get so excited every time a new episode is released.

Black Boy Sheen ,

Unsubscribe — Quit Talking Over Each Other!!!

Not worth your time, folks. The Big Picture (The Ringer) does a similar pod and executes it MUCH more professionally and enjoyably.

Here, the hosts are so obsessed with making sure that their points are heard that they interrupt and talk over each other to the point where you literally can’t even make out what they’re saying. I don’t know if they’ve deluded themselves into thinking their audience appreciates the banter — we don’t. I came for insights, which have been rendered unintelligible by way of oneupmanship. Seeing as how this is th number one complaint on the rest of the iTunes reviews, the hosts clearly do not give AF about the listener (your) experience. Why give them any attention when they’ve proven how little they care about their listeners? A great majority of the blame can be attributed to Anne Thompson, but Eric Kohn certainly has his moments too.

Again, steer way clear of this one, people.

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