Episode 36 – Orson Welles’ F For Fake

This is the podcast dedicated to The Criterion Collection. Rudie Obias, Ryan Gallagher & James McCormick discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they also analyze, discuss & highlight Criterion #288, Orson Welles’ 1975 film, F For Fake, along with ‘Variations On a Theme’.

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This Week’s Theme: Docsploitation in Movies

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Show Notes:

(00:00 – 00:30; Orson Welles’ F For Fake – CC #288)

(00:31 – 00:47; “A United Theory” by God Help The Girl)

(00:47 – 01:44; The CriterionCast – Episode 036 – F For Fake – CC #288)

[NEWS & RUMORS]

(01:45 – 13:54; As Movie theater Ticket Prices Finally Hit $20, Studios Consider More OnDemand Options For Consumers)

(13:55 – 23:19; 63rd Cannes Film Festival: Winners & Losers)

(23:20 – 35:14; Criterion New Releases)

(35:15 – 35:54; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)

[FEATURE FILM]

(35:55 – 1:12:45; Orson Welles’ 1975 film, F For Fake – CC #288)

(1:12:46 – 1:13:30; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)

[Variations On a Theme]

(1:13:31 – 1:15:44; Variations On a Theme – Docsploitation in Movies)

(1:15:45 – 1:23:17; The Ideas of Docploitation – Ryan Gallagher)

(1:23:18 – 1:28:19; Forgotten Silver – James McCormick)

(1:28:20 – 1:33:36; Zelig – Rudie Obias)

[CREDITS]

(1:33:37 – 1:36:22; Wrap Up, Contact Info & Credits)

(1:36:23 – 1:36:34; Next – Carol Reed’s 1946 film, The Third Man)

(1:36:35 – 1:36:48; Follow Along With Us @ CriterionCast.com/Schedule)

(1:36:49 – 1:37:27; Goodbyes)

(1:37:28 – 1:38:11; “Working Poor” by Horse Feathers)

(1:38:12 – 1:39:00; Outtakes!!)

Music Credits:

Intro Music by God Help The Girl. Learn more on iTunes and their website, GodHelpTheGirl.com.

Break Music by Carlos Segovia. Learn more @ GhostRamps.com.

Outro Music by Horse Feathers. Learn more on iTunes and their MySpace Page, MySpace.com/HorseFeathersMusic.