Currently seen in more than 80 million homes, Turner Classic Movies presents great films uncut and commercial-free from the largest film library in the world.
In this podcast, TCM Director of Programming Production Scott McGee complements our televised interviews with hosts Robert Osborne and Ben Mankiewicz by chatting with filmmakers and film enthusiasts about turning point movies in their lives.
You can learn more about TCM by visiting www.tcm.com.
The TCM Podcast - Sister Rose Pacatte
The TCM Podcast welcomes Sister Rose Pacatte, host of TCM's March 2016 spotlight on films condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency. Sister Rose is the founding director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies in Culver City, California. We talk about the Legion of Decency, film literacy, how cinema can examine spirituality and the Academy Awards. You can follow Sister Rose on Twitter @SrRoseMovies and check out her website sisterrosemovies.net
Quickly Now: TCM Remembers 2015
"Quickly Now," written for TCM Remembers 2015 by songwriters Chuck Moore & Reid Hall and performed by Eryn McHugh.
The TCM Podcast – Tiffany Vazquez
The TCM Podcast welcomes Tiffany Vazquez of New York City, winner of our TCM Ultimate Fan contest and part of the 20th Anniversary Fan Guest Programmers. Tiffany is the host of the TCM Spotlight on Girlfriends, airing Mondays in December 2015. We talk about the origin of her love of classic movies, the challenges of introducing them to newer audiences, and being a film buff in New York. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram and Twitter @filmiliarface
The TCM Podcast - Brian Trenchard-Smith
The TCM Podcast welcomes writer/director Brian Trenchard-Smith. TCM Podcast host Scott McGee talks to Brian about his lengthy career in Australia, Hollywood and all over the world, action cinema, VERTIGO, Trailers from Hell, stuntwork, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. The man behind THE MAN FROM HONG KONG, TURKEY SHOOT, DEAD END DRIVE-IN, BMX BANDITS, STUNT ROCK, and THE SIEGE OF FIREBASE GLORIA is also one of Quentin Tarantino's favorite directors. You can follow Brian on Twitter @GENERALMURRAY
Waste of Time
It’s a waste of time and a joke having a Catholic representing the church talk about morality.The way she talked about film did not lift your podcast up.