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Doc Corner: McQueen

"It's an excellent film, very well balanced, full of fascinating talking heads, and beautifully put together." -Edward L

"This should be the fashion documentary that makes it through to the final 5." - Peggy Sue

"I saw this in the UK last week. I was fascinated --especially the relationship with Blow and reflections on his gender politics. Would recommend." - catbaskets

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9.8 Festival Fun & Coming Soon Titles

Nathaniel grills his fellow TIFF-goers (Nick, Joe, and Chris) about key festival titles that are opening in theaters for all to see soon.

Festival Fun & Coming Soon Titles


9.7 Smackdown 1985

Nathaniel welcomes an all Los Angeles panel (Nora Zehetner, Louis Virtel, Abdi Nazemian, and Michelle Morgan) to discuss the Supporting Actress Oscar race of 1985 (The Color Purple! Prizzi's Honor!) as well as that film year in general (Clue! Desperately Seeking Susan!

Desperately Seeking Smackdowns


9.6 Smackdown '63 Part Two: Lilies of the Field

Nathaniel and guests discuss Sidney Poitier's career, Lilies of the Field's earnestness and comedy, air travel in The VIPs, and we recommend great films from 1963 including but not limited to The Birds

1963 Convo Part 2


9.5 Smackdown '63 Part One: Tom Jones and Liz-Mania

A companion podcast to the Supporting Actress Smackdown of 1963. Nathaniel welcome Teo Bugbee, Kieran Scarlett, Sean McGovern, and Brian Mullin to discuss the Best Picture winner Tom Jones and Liz & Dick mania 

1963 Convo Part One


9.4 Atomic Blonde, Detroit, and Girls Trip 

Nick and Nathaniel discuss two super fun movies (Atomic Blonde and Girls Trip) and one that's the opposite (Detroit). Plus a few notes on other movies in theaters and recommendations from the film year of 1963

Atomic Detroit Trip

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