PODCAST! Ep. 7: Can-filmmakers apologize for winning and give away prize money, a few words from Roma's Alfonso Cuaron and the Shyamalanaissance begins!!

Samuel L. Jackson in M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

Samuel L. Jackson in M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

In our latest episode, Jim Slotek, Kim Hughes, Liam Lacey, Karen Gordon and Bonnie Laufer talk about the most Canadian awards result ever - the directors of Anthropocene: The Human Epoch winning the $100k Rogers Best Canadian Film award from the Toronto Film Critics Association, saying sorry, and giving the money to the runners up and to charity.

We’ve got a few words from Roma director Alfonso Cuaron about how the emotionally-resonant scenes made him cranky. We talk about what kind of monsters would flame a teenage actor for congratulating Rami Malek on Twitter for his Golden Globe win?

And with M. Night’s Glass around the corner, let the Shyamalanaissance begin!

PODCAST! Ep. 2 - Yes to Roma! Hooray for Dames! Death to cellphone users!

Dame Maggie Smith: A Dame we love

Dame Maggie Smith: A Dame we love

In the second episode of Original-Cin’s podcast series, our bloggers talk about: the beauty and Oscar-worthliness of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, the loveliness of the fly-on-the-wall doc Nothing Like A Dame, the heroism of the last living Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz in the doc Prosecuting Evil, a Canadian romance for science nerds (Clara), how audiences are shutting down cellphone users with extreme prejudice, what should be done about theatre latecomers, and whether loud snackers are really annoying..

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