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The Film Stage Show Ep. 259 – Logan Lucky

We discuss Steven Soderbergh’s return to film, Logan Lucky, starring Channing Tatum and Adam Driver.

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New to Streaming: ‘Something Wild,’ ‘Beatriz at Dinner,’ ‘Lemon,’ and More

All the newly streaming films on Netflix, FilmStruck, Amazon, and more.

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Todd Haynes on Campaigning for ‘Carol’ and the Historical Appeal of ‘Wonderstruck’

26 years, 6 movies, and 1 miniseries since winning the grand Jury Prize with his debut film Poison at Sundance, Todd Haynes remains a remarkably difficult auteur to pin down.

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Previewing TIFF 2017’s Boundary-Pushing Wavelengths Program

The true highlight of Toronto International Film Festival every year is the Wavelengths program, an expertly curated selection of the most boundary-pushing cinema from around the world.

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The Film Stage Show Classic – Eraserhead

Thanks to our Patreon contributors, we have a special episode of The Film Stage Show discussing David Lynch’s debut feature.

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Dark Mood Woods: A Twin Peaks Podcast – Episode 14

We discuss how popular culture seeping into this world, a “Monica Bellucci dream,” David Lynch’s commentary on the TV recap, and what exactly went down with Sarah Palmer.

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11 Films to Watch After Seeing ‘Good Time’

In their feature films, directors Josh and Ben Safdie have always walked a fine line between fact and fiction. Not quite documentaries and not quite traditional narratives, their work takes on an air of alarming spontaneity, threatening to jump off the screen at you.

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Aubrey Plaza on the Popularity Contest of Social Media, Her Dream Project with Bette Midler, and ‘Ingrid Goes West’

While the film is hilarious, Plaza also breaks your heart when you least expect her to, which makes for a promising future as one can imagine her in parts where humor wouldn’t be the main draw.

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The Film Stage Show Ep. 258 – Detroit

We discuss the newest collaboration from writer Mark Boal and director Kathryn Bigelow.



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