32 episodes

Welcome to THE SCREEN’S MARGINS, the podcast network from B Peterson dissecting cinematic canons oft undiscussed. Here on THE SCREEN’S MARGINS, we go through filmographies of directors who, while only typically known in arthouse circles, perhaps deserve to be widely considered among “the greats.”

Current Free Podcasts (more podcasts are available exclusively through Patreon):
OUR WEEKLY WISEMAN, a weekly series dedicated to Frederick Wiseman. Co-Hosted by Harold Urteaga.
FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, a weekly series dedicated to New Releases. Co-Hosted by Anna Campion.

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Welcome to THE SCREEN’S MARGINS, the podcast network from B Peterson dissecting cinematic canons oft undiscussed. Here on THE SCREEN’S MARGINS, we go through filmographies of directors who, while only typically known in arthouse circles, perhaps deserve to be widely considered among “the greats.”

Current Free Podcasts (more podcasts are available exclusively through Patreon):
OUR WEEKLY WISEMAN, a weekly series dedicated to Frederick Wiseman. Co-Hosted by Harold Urteaga.
FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, a weekly series dedicated to New Releases. Co-Hosted by Anna Campion.

    Fresh From the Margins No. 16 - The Human Voice, Maɬni - Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore, The Mitchells vs. the Machines

    Fresh From the Margins No. 16 - The Human Voice, Maɬni - Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore, The Mitchells vs. the Machines

    This week on FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, our weekly new releases podcast, we have an unexpectedly giant-sized episode! Anna and B review not one but THREE newly-released films, those being the much-anticipated Pedro Almodóvar short film THE HUMAN VOICE, which stars Tilda Swinton in a loose adaptation of the Cocteau play, Sky Hopinka's experimental documentary MAŁNI - TOWARDS THE OCEAN, TOWARDS THE SHORE, which centers two Chinookan people in the Pacific Northwest, and Michael Rianda's animated action/dramedy THE MITCHELLS VS. THE MACHINES, which tells the tale of a dysfunctional family coming together amid a robot apocalypse. We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    TIMESTAMPS:
    The Human Voice - 0:07:30
    Maɬni - Towards the Ocean... - 0:19:21
    The Mitchells vs. The Machines - 0:43:40

    By the way we do not care about spoilers on this podcast so there you have been warned.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins
    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Fresh From the Margins No. 15 - Ride or Die (aka Kanojo)

    Fresh From the Margins No. 15 - Ride or Die (aka Kanojo)

    This week on FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, Anna and B discuss the new queer romantic thriller from Japanese director Riyuichi HIroki RIDE OR DIE (Japanese title: Kanojo), which stars Kiko Mizuhara and Hanomi Sato as women on the run after one murders the other's abusive husband. We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    By the way we do not care about spoilers on this podcast so there you have been warned.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins
    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 58 min
    Friends of Dorothy No. 1 - Outcast Lady (1934)

    Friends of Dorothy No. 1 - Outcast Lady (1934)

    Welcome to a new podcast series! Marc Edward Heuck and B Peterson are doing a spin-off series of DANCE, DOROTHY, DANCE, where they go through the films of Dorothy Arzner, called FRIENDS OF DOROTHY, where they go through the films of her frequent collaborators. Now, this will be a Patreon-exclusive podcast series, however, we've decided to put out the first episode for free, for everyone! And on this first episode, Marc and B talk about the surprisingly queer story that runs throughout Robert Z. Leonard's OUTCAST LADY (1934), which stars Constance Bennett and was written by Arzner acolyte Zoe Akins! We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins
    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Fresh From the Margins No. 14 - This Is Not A Burial, It's A Resurrection

    Fresh From the Margins No. 14 - This Is Not A Burial, It's A Resurrection

    This week on FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, our weekly New Releases podcast, Anna and B are reviewing the meditative drama from Lesotho THIS IS NOT A BURIAL, IT'S A RESURRECTION, from Mosotho director Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese and late veteran actor Mary Twala! We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    By the way we do not care about spoilers on this podcast so there you have been warned.

    Watch THIS IS NOT A BURIAL, IT'S A RESURRECTION now in virtual cinemas! https://watch.laemmle.com/videos/thisisnotab21158/6019793bc0894c0001c4e0cb

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins
    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 44 min
    Fresh From the Margins No. 13 - Shiva Baby

    Fresh From the Margins No. 13 - Shiva Baby

    This week on FRESH FROM THE MARGINS, our New Releases podcast, we're reviewing...one of Anna's favorite films of all time?! Yes folks, Anna and B need to explain how SHIVA BABY, the queer Jewish comedy of errors from Emma Seligman and Rachel Sennott, is just that good. We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    By the way we do not care about spoilers on this podcast so there you have been warned.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins

    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 52 min
    Our Weekly Wiseman No. 13 - The Last Letter (2002)

    Our Weekly Wiseman No. 13 - The Last Letter (2002)

    This week on OUR WEEKLY WISEMAN, Harold and B are *not* discussing a documentary?! Well, kinda. THE LAST LETTER (2002) is a documentation of Frederick Wiseman's play of the same name about a Jewish woman's final testament to her son before her death as result of the holocaust. There's a lot to unpack here, and Harold and B really do get into it. We hope you enjoy, and thank you for your time.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScreensMargins

    Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScreensMargins

    • 1 hr 5 min

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