David and Trevor discuss the newest addition to the Eclipse Series, five films that launched the career of a great, but under-appreciated, Japanese filmmaker.
A monthly podcast, discussing a release from the Eclipse Series.
David and Trevor are joined by guest Mark Hurne to discuss two monumental French epics from the early 1930s.
David and Trevor savor a sampling of the work of this prolific and consummate French auteur.
David and Trevor examine the strange detour taken in the late 1960s by one of Japan’s most venerable and prestigious movie studios.
David and Trevor spend an enjoyable hour talking with the lead essay writer for the Eclipse Series.
David and Trevor delve into the dry, dusty and didactic worlds that Roberto Rossellini created in the final phase of his illustrious career.
David and Trevor discuss four films of the 1930s by a highly prolific and all-but-forgotten master of Japanese cinema.
David and Trevor dig deep into this box set of four films from late 50’s/early 60’s England.
David and Trevor are joined by Ryan Gallagher to discuss three adventure films of the 1930s starring one of the most charismatic child actors of his era.
David and Trevor discuss four early films by one of Japan’s most rigorous and ethically uncompromising directors.
David and Trevor wrap up their discussion of Eclipse Series 1: Early Bergman, focusing on THIRST and TO JOY, the last two films in that set.
David and Trevor discuss TORMENT, CRISIS and PORT OF CALL, the first three films in Eclipse Series 1: Early Bergman.
David and Trevor are joined by guest Lauren LoGiudice to discuss four romantic comedy classics directed by Ernst Lubitsch.
In conjunction with this month’s release of Kaurismaki’s La Vie de Boheme, David and Trevor discuss three films that launched the Finnish director’s career.
David and Trevor discuss Klein’s 1960s and 70s experiments in satire. Despite their flaws, they offer surprisingly relevant insight on some of today’s most prominent cultural concerns.
David Blakeslee and Trevor Berrett discuss Gorin’s remarkable essay films that approach topics of cultural dislocation from a variety of angles.