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The History of Film

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The History of Film

Jacob Aschieris

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A (mostly) chronological exploration of international film history. Each episode is a deep dive into the history of the people, events, technologies, cultural forces, and most all the movies that have molded cinema into what it is today! Join host Jacob Aschieris and other listeners for an in depth, thoughtful listening experience, and learn why no story ever written for the screen is as dramatic as the story of the screen itself!
 
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Book of the Mouse Club

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Book of the Mouse Club

Book of the Mouse Club

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Book of the Mouse Club is an Unofficial Disney podcast that explores books about Disney, its history, films, theme parks and more. Join us for discussions about books, interviews with authors and broader topics that relate to the literary realm of Disney. Disclaimer: Book of the Mouse Club has no affiliation with The Walt Disney Company. The views and opinions expressed by hosts and participants are theirs and theirs alone and do not represent the organizations or companies they happen to wo ...
 
The podcast that explores what happened to the women in history class? We will examine historic and systemic barriers to women's inclusion in secondary curriculum and give educators and humans the chance to enhance their understanding of women's history. Each podcast, you will walk away with one reason why women aren’t there, something you should know, and something teachers could do tomorrow. Teachers can find lesson plans, learning materials, films, and articles about women in history on o ...
 
On December 31 1787, the HMS Bounty, a small sailing vessel embarked from Spithead Harbor, England bound for Tahiti. Her mission was sponsored by the Royal Society in London and aimed at picking up breadfruit plants and fruit from Tahiti and conveying them to the West Indies, where it was hoped they would take root and become a commercial crop. The Bounty was an old ship with a young captain and 46 young officers. The captain's cabin was converted into a potting shed for the expected breadfr ...
 
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Julia & The Joy Of Film

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Julia & The Joy Of Film

Julia & The Joy Of Film

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A fortnightly podcast all about taking joy in film watching. There'll be: news, reviews of whatever random assortment I've watched recently, a film recommendation, and news of what's coming up in the cinema, all ended with some film facts. Every other podcast I'll have a guest who will bring in three films that they feel passionately about, talk about their film 'speciality' and answer a few fun questions. You may even get some film history & theory thrown in for good measure. My name is Jul ...
 
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This is a huge one, and it's only the first part! Not a deep dive on the film, though. I don't think it's warranted in this case. Next time we'll take on "Beyond The Doors" which is way worse. But you know that if you've heard the Janis Joplin episode, eh? A masterful refutation of the film lies here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrIEPQ-gAZ0 A l…
 
The long promised day is finally here! We dive into the world of animation, examine ancient Iranian pottery, and meet animators named Charles-Emile Reynaud and James Stewart Blackton, as we begin our journey though a whole other kind of cinema. Thank you to my wonderful patrons who help make this show possible! A special thank you to patron Ed & Sh…
 
If a collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali seems surreal, that’s because it is, literally. Hosts Courtney and Emily welcome back Dr. Douglas Kern to the podcast to visit a 2015 Walt Disney Family Museum exhibit through its commemorative book titled, Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination, to discuss the friendship between the …
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke are chatting with Dr. DeAnna Beachley, from the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) about the interconnections across social reform movements. Beachley is a professor of History and Women’s Studies at CSN, and is a Scholar of the American women’s suffrage movement, the American women’s movement, and social history. L…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke meet with Dr. Martha Libster, a PhD in history as well as an APRN to talk about the history of nursing in the 19th century. She's also the Founder and Executive Director of the Self-care Institute at Golden Apple Healing Arts and Publisher for Golden Apple Publications is an innovative education designer, master t…
 
It's a good episode! If you listened to part one, it's as good as that. Plus lots of Lita Ford shenanigans, like how she obtained her awesome jeans in the "Kiss Me Deadly" video and kept George Lynch from stealing her god damn guitar cables. Also a troubling medical emergency that took place in Tokyo. Like, a disturbing one, anatomically - so consi…
 
In this episode Kelsie and Brooke are joined by Dr. Amy Forss to talk about the importance of preserving artifacts for curating and understanding women's history. Artifacts help history come alive. Tune in! Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com Educators! Get professional developme…
 
In this episode Kelsie and Brooke introduce the next theme, Women in Social Reform, and they start with the most powerful women's reform movement of the 19th century: temperance. Kelsie teaches Brooke about three women every school child should know: Frances Willard, Carry Nation, and Ida B. Wells-Barnett among many many others. Things get tense. L…
 
This episode we take a look at Griffith's second most famous movie, Intolerance, and examine its production, structure, and impact. We also (finally) finish the long arc of Griffith's story, and bring his career, and his time here on the podcast, to a close. I would like to give special credit to my wonderful patron Ed & Shari for supporting this e…
 
Our friends Leah and Rachel from Hashtag History join us on this weeks episode to talk about their favorite topic: Anita Hill. While not a politician by trade, Hill became political and the turning point in a women's movement. Sexually harassed by her former boss, she was quiet until he was nominated for the Supreme Court. She went public and her t…
 
I get all the angles I can find on the envisioning, productionizing, abandoning, distributing, internationalizing and appreciating this picture. It's not the usual burial you may have come to expect from a generation of stodgy rock critics of the time and savage young youtubers of today. All my stuff right now is at this link https://www.buymeacoff…
 
This is the last of it. In this episode, we really dig into how and why The Birth of a Nation was so influential, and who was influenced by it. I am happy to say that next week we will be moving on from here. So three cheers for that. If you would like to email me, you can do so at historyoffilmpodcast@gmail.com You can visit the shows website at h…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke are chatting with Dr. Elizabeth Katz about the gradual steps women took to gain political office positions. This is an important theme to understanding the slow shift toward more public roles for women. Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com Educat…
 
Well this one took some doin'. I'm proud to hand over my 1st Halloween episode, and it's chock full o' weirdness from beginning to end. Sync your teef into it, FIENDS! http://waitakerewalks.blogspot.com/2010/11/carducci-man-shirttry-to-lower-yourself.html http://waitakerewalks.blogspot.com/2012/01/night-misfits-met-motley-cruethe.html Eerie Von via…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke chat with Dr. Christy Regenhardt about her research and work on perhaps the most famous US First Lady: Eleanor Roosevelt. Roosevelt is impressive in a million ways, but the ways in which she used her platform and position to influence change was altering for the role of the first lady. Most of us only scratch the …
 
“We’re walking right down the middle of Main Street USAAAA..” and taking time to stop and do some window shopping! In honor of the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort, Courtney and Emily are honoring Cast Member contributions to the park through Jeff Heimbuch’s book “Main Street Windows: A Complete Guide to Disney’s Whimsical Tributes.” Ho…
 
The First Ladies Man, Andrew Och, is back to wow us with more history of the lesser known First Ladies of the turn of the 20th Century: Edith Roosevelt, Helen Taft, Ellen Wilson and Edith Wilson, Florence Harding, Grace Coolidge, and Lou Hoover. We are asking, were these women just wives? What roles did these women play? And why might they be lesse…
 
I do a guitar tone comparison to demonstrate the production style contrasts between Bon era and mid-80s AC/DC. I also discuss more of the happenings of the "Who Made Who" yrs listen to the "AC/DC Live at Donnington" commentary so you don't have to and wrap up the saga with questions about why people guilty of heinous crimes(like Bill Cosby) against…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke sit down with Dr. Sydney Bland who is not only a pioneering women's historian, but also an expert on woman suffrage. In his early career, he had an opportunity to interview THE ALICE PAUL. He's a wealth of knowledge! Buckle your seat belt as you relearn history you think you know. Support our work at www.patreon.c…
 
The Queens of Noise! Come and get it, boys! Let's talk about the movie that is inherently biased in favor of Joan and Cherie, but nonetheless a killer rock n' roll film about a band that could be a 7-season HBO series. And the ending would be almost as disappointing as Game of Thrones considering all the potential talent that was "wasted" in more w…
 
When I write these, I never know just how long they will be. As it turns out, talking about a film that has had a huge impact on the development of film history, and made the world so much worse, is taking a lot of words. So, this is the second of what I hope to be three episodes on The Birth of a Nation. In this episode, we describe the plot of th…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke sit down with Dr. Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger to discuss her research and upcoming book on Maria Theresa, one of the most powerful women of Europe. Maria Theresa is, like many historical figures, a complicated one. She is a woman judged for her gender before her merit, she ruled while a mother of 16 children and co…
 
She’s a supergirl and she’s here to save the world...or at least not pass out in her high school debate class. Twenty years ago, the world met Mia Thermopolis in the Princess Diaries. This film gave Anne Hathaway her royal debut to the silver screen starring alongside the practically perfect Julie Andrews as the Queen, who reveals to her granddaugh…
 
Well, where it is. The Birth of a Nation is an extremely important movie. It would actually be hard to overstate it. In this episode, we cover the original novel the film was based on, and the film-making process for the movie. So, spoilers for a 106 year old movie, the birth of a nation is an evil film. other than the films that were created by th…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke sit down with Deb Hunter, an independent historian with a deep passion for Tudor history, to talk about the all important, Elizabeth I. Her reign marks the beginning of modern history as well as other major global shifts in both US and world history. Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson…
 
More Bon Scott, and more Stephen King. How did the band's first UK tour go? And who ruined it by dying an untimely death? (hint: not a member of AC/DC) Why didn't they take off in America? What song did Stephen King have to sing to convince Acca Dacca to do his soundtrack? And what did he do with the gift that they gave him after the film came out?…
 
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke sit down with Chloe Gardner to discuss the lives and legacies of two women many have heard of, Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn. These women were powerful, influential, and pitted against each other. Both were wives of King Henry VIII and transformed English politics. There are so many debates about these women…
 
This is the first of (hopefully) a recurring series of episodes on film critical theory. Today, with special guest Melissa Favara, we cover the idea of cultural production. This is kind of the broadest way of looking at movies, as a product of a culture rather only the work of an individual or group of filmmakers. This is a lens with witch to look …
 
This episode, Kelsie and Brooke learn from Shelley Puhak, author of a new book The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World, which you can preorder now. The book is about two real life women who ruled most of Western Europe during the Middle Ages and none of us have ever heard of them, because that's what their successors want…
 
Today's episode is simply me taking us through a handful of reference material and interviews I found extremely interesting and helpful for context, but aren't related directly to any one film I'm reviewing. The Rolling Stones finish up an east coast leg of their U.S. tour leading up to Altamont. Hunter S. Thompson helps us understand the Hell's An…
 
Here it is! Its an episode and a subject that has been a long time coming, and it's one that is less important then people used to think, though perhaps a little more important than some people say it is now. D. W. Griffith was a filmmaker who invented nothing, innovated on much, and influenced many (including influencing people to commit acts of v…
 
In this episode, Kelsie shares her interview of soon-to-be Dr. Cony Marquez, with Brooke and they discuss Empress Wu and Empress Dowager Cixi. Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com Educators! Get professional development credit for listening to our podcast! Head to our website and …
 
Like early AC/DC? Good! This one's for you. Like behind-the-scenes stories about filming movies that were huge disasters? This one's also for you! There's going to be a whole other episode after this one covering the non-glory that is post-"For Those About To Rock" and pre-"Razor's Edge" AC/DC, as well as more details about the filming and producti…
 
In this episode Kelsie and Brooke are introducing the first theme of the season: Empresses, Monarchs, and Politicians. Then Kelsie teaches Brooke a little bit about just how far back you can take this theme... to the very beginning. They discuss the Sumerian King, Kubaba, and the Egyptian Pharaoh, Nefertiti. Support our work at www.patreon.com/reme…
 
Welcome back to Season 2... And by season we really mean year because let’s be honest we’re educators and we work in school years. Happy start of school year! Kelsie and Brooke get together to talk about RHP, the summer projects, reintroduce ourselves and our mission. We share a bit of our conversation with Prasidha at WEAR to inspire you about fut…
 
Walt’s Nine Old Men are known for their iconic artistry and animation, but it takes more than ink and paint to make characters come to life. Step away from the animator’s desk and into the sound booth! Courtney and Emily are joined by Spencer Wright to discuss his new book, Voices Behind the Magic, which highlights thirteen actors who gave voice an…
 
Hello and welcome back! This is everything about early Italian films that we didn’t cover in the last two episodes. That means we talk a little about how Italian studios were run throughout the 1910’s, Important actors not playing Maciste, influential directors (including another of the most prolific women of early film),and a film movement: Futuri…
 
A few words on exciting changes that are coming to "The History of film in very near future. historyoffilmpodcast@gmail.com historyoffilmpodcast.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/historyoffilm)โดย Jacob Aschieris
 
AH MAH GAWD, we finally made it to the end of the trilogy! Killogy maybe? Yar, indeed it shall be called henceforth. The man and the film that stared out this huge endeavor of an ongoing series of historical audio documents rife with important charismatic commentary. I'm so pleased you made it to the end with me. Thank you! If you enjoy this show, …
 
This week its all about two movies Quo Vadis? from 1912 or 1913 and Cabiria from 1914. Both are amazing movies in their own right, and in many ways are the first "real" silent films we have seen on this show so far! At least to me, they seem to check all the boxes. If you would like to visit the show's website, you can do so at historyoffilmpodcast…
 
Brooke and Kelsie sat down to reflect on the first year of the podcast and RHP as a growing organization. We discussed some of our favorite episodes, our gratitude for our patrons, and what the next year will look like. Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com --- Support this podcast…
 
Foolish mortal, you continued to read the “Tales of the Haunted Mansion”. Your ghost hosts Courtney and Emily materialize for the second half of their Sinister Summer Series to discuss Volumes III and IV of the “Tales of the Haunted Mansion” box set. Reunited with phantom librarian, Amicus Arcane, readers meet more of the 999 happy haunts that inha…
 
This is another intense, long one! A lot of similarities to the Andy Wood story, too. Only he didn't get totally dragged by the film industry twice between '79 and '84. But I came through it all a huge fan of Bette Midler now! What??? Buy me a Book(or coffee, or pants) Alice Echols on Amazon https://pressroom.usc.edu/alice-echols/…
 
This is the first of a planned three episode series about Italian film from before the 1920's and the rise of fascism in Italy. In this very first episode, we cover the earliest origins of Italian film, though much more briefly than we did French film, mostly because there isn't as much written about it. We also go into some detail about the astoni…
 
I tear into some old notes I wrote up with in the early days of planning what would become this very series of shows. Rolling Stone's history of its stupid self is covered, and I give you my recommendations for great rock history books and writers I believe are more than worth paying attention to. Special appearances by Raymond Chandler and Stephen…
 
When the crypt doors creak and the tombstones quake, Courtney and Emily come out for a swinging wake. The happy haunts have materialized for the Sinister Summer Series featuring the four book boxset “The Tales of the Haunted Mansion” by John Esposito. In this first of a two part episode, hear the ghost stories of some of the Haunted Mansion’s grim …
 
We got ourselves a long, satisfying road ahead of us, discussing the Chuck Berry in a variety of celluloid presentations. Today's episode will delve into the Chess Records biopic, "Cadillac Records" with a preview of "Go Johnny, Go" which will be our next episode about Chuck. We talk plugging, payola, Alan Freed, Leonard Chess, Chuck getting ripped…
 
This week Brooke sat down with Judy Batalion, author of a new book, “The Light of Days,” about Jewish women who fought in the resistance against the Nazis during WWII. This was a fun role reversal and an honor to learn about this incredible history! Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstor…
 
This week Kelsie and Brooke dive back into one of their favorite topics for a two-week pairing of lesser known women's stories from WWII. Kelsie interviewed author Kate Quinn. Quinn is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of historical fiction. A native of southern California, she attended Boston University where she earned a Bachelo…
 
Celebrating the full availability of the latest Disney animated feature Disney+, Courtney and Emily are joined by Franky to discuss the Art of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon. The book provides an in depth look at the scenery and character design of Ray’s homeland, Kumandra, and its Southeast Asian inspiration. Review Book of the Mouse Club on iT…
 
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