Episode 73.5 – Disc 2 – On The Screen With Moises Chiullan

Disc 2 episodes are bonus/supplement episodes of The CriterionCast. Ryan Gallagher, & James McCormick chat about movies, television, and other media. ‘On The Screen’ is where they discuss anything and everything that has been on their screens in the week. So anything from TV & movies to music & web junk, everything ‘On The Screen’ is up for grabs. This is what they recommend to you, their listeners.

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Our next episode they will highlight and discuss film Criterion # 306 Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1967 film, Le Samouraï

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Show Notes:

00:00 ‘“ 00:24; ‘A visit to information retrieval’ by Fatboy Roberts

00:25 ‘“ 00:55; Intro – Ryan Gallagher

On The Screen:

00:56 ‘“ 20:00; Naruse, Ozu, Doctor Who, Doc Martin, SXSW, Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop, Panels ‘“ Moises Chiullan

20:00 ‘“ 51:00; Korean American Film Festival Of New York, Madame Freedom, Red Chapel, Vampire Circus, Santa Sangre ‘“ James McCormick

51:00 ‘“ 59:00; Dream Home, Batman The Brave And The Bold ‘“ Ryan Gallagher

Credits:

59:00 ‘“ 1:03:11; Wrap Up & Goodbyes

1:04:08 ‘“ 1:04:50; ‘Five’ by Fatboy Roberts

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2 Comments

  • With all the talk about North Korea I’m surprised you guys didn’t mention Vice Films “The Vice Guide to North Korea” where the series host and a camera person manage to make their way into North Korea and are given the exclusive tour. They even did a follow-up to that film centering entirely on North Korea’s movie studio. After the host paid respects to Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il’s father and current president of North Korea. (despite the fact that he’s been dead since 1994) they are given exclusive access to the North Korean movie studio, which is not so much a movie studio as much a mausoleum for a movie studio that once was. They are thrown out as soon as they asked to see the set for all of the “American” scenes.

    Good show, the show’s pacing has really picked up nicely.

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