The Suns Cinema Podcast is a weekly film podcast and radio program from Washington, D.C. hosted by David Cabrera, Ryan Hunter Mitchell, and Jason Cauley. The show features discussions, reviews and interviews centered around the programming of D.C.’s only privately-owned arthouse movie theater. Suns Cinema is located in the nearby neighborhood of Mt. Pleasant.
This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
World War C: Movies to Watch During Your Self-Quarantine.
The Suns Cinema crew is joined by Public Health expert Max Johansen. They discuss movies about viral health epidemics, why we watch them, what they get right or wrong about contagion and how we, as a society, contend with it.
Suns gets political for Super Tuesday. From Mr. Smith Goes To Washington to Bullworth, Jason and Ryan explore politics in cinema. They ask why elections make for good movie fodder, and how the medium has been used as a political tool to promote certain narratives. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
The Gang Goes to Mardi Gras
From Tennessee Williams to Jean Claude Van Damme, the Suns Cinema gang discusses New Orleans in the movies. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
The Oscars Do The Right Thing(?)
Bong Joon Ho is King for a day, Rosie Perez and Margot Robbie fly high in Birds of Prey, Wes Anderson piques our pretentious interests, and Adam Sandler crushes his Independent Spirirt Awards speech. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Predictions and complaints about the nominations (and snubs) for the 2020 Academy Awards. The crew comes up with their own version of the oscars of snubbed performances. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
New Hollywood: Bonnie, Clyde, and the American New Wave
The Suns podcast takes a look at the 1968 Best Picture nominations to look at a changing Hollywood in the wake of the counter-culture, civil rights, and revolutions of the mid 60's. Powered and distributed by Simplecast
Intelligent conversations about important movies
They cover everything from Hitchcock to Kubrick.