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Weekly conversations about what is happening in the world of film, including programs related to IU Cinema, a world-class venue and curatorial program that is dedicated to the scholarly study and highest standards of exhibition of film in both its traditional and modern forms. Hosts David Carter and Elizabeth Roell enlist other cinephiles, including filmmaker friends, to regularly join the conversation. Always interesting, relevant, fun and sometimes, even provocative, the energetic conversa ...
 
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This week on A Place For Film, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Fun City Editions founder Jonathan Hertzberg to talk to him about his experience starting up a boutique blu-ray label in an already crowded landscape. We also get into his passions as a programmer and his time as an IU alumni in The Department of Communication and Culture. After…
 
This month’s round-up is an eclectic bunch, which, if you know me at this point, is a good thing. Things are beginning to lean towards the change of seasons thematically. There is a Carl Reiner/Steve Martin comedy-noir collab called Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid featuring some help from a bevy of screen legends, plus an unexpected discovery from Code R…
 
This week on A Place For Film, David sits down with Eskenazi and Elizabeth Sage Collection Curator Kelly Richardson to discuss the ongoing Art of The Character exhibit featuring costumes from Glenn Closes most iconic films and characters. As this is also in partnership with IU Cinema, Kelly explains how that came to be along with what the collectio…
 
This week on A Place For Film, we take some time to eulogize Michael K Williams and Norm MacDonald. We get excited about Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley and finally we give some short and sweet thoughts on the film Princess Mononoke and discuss why its so special us. You can purchase The IU Cinema's first book "Indiana University Cinema: The N…
 
David and Elizabeth (after a small delay and some Matrix Resurrections talk) finally bring you Fall 2021 preview ep! Tune in to get a full run down of what the IU Cinema has to offer this fall.
 
This week on A Place For Film, we had the pleasure of sitting down with the team behind "Indiana University Cinema: The New Model", the new book from Indiana University Press looking back at the first 10 years of IU Cinema's journey. The team discusses the fun and unexpected hardships of writing and publishing a book, as well as the possible future…
 
The semester has started, summer is coming to a close, but the Blu-ray reviews are back in full swing. If there was a theme to this month’s titles, it would be stellar performances and star personas, with the exception of one title that actually played at the IU Cinema in a long-ago era known as “November of 2019.” Cohen Film Collection has a great…
 
Our final review for the month is Criterions release of Lizzie Borden's socio-economic examination of middle class sex work: Working Girls. "Physical Media Isn't Dead, It Just Smells Funny" Will be back in the podcast feed AND on the IU Cinema blog later this month. Thanks for hangin out with me this week folks.…
 
Todays episodes focuses on Fun City Editions most recent release: Rancho Deluxe. A slacker western about how the west was done. Take a listen and find out why I loved this movie and this release so much.
 
Up next in our week of blu-ray reviews, we have the MVD Entertainment Group umbrella of labels. From Arrow, a cult favorite 1975 gang exploitation film. From Severin, a mid-career masterpiece from art house provocateur Alejandro Jodorowsky. And we round out the month with the Lovecraftian delight co-penned by Alien writer Dan O'Bannon. Once again i…
 
We've been mostly dark this past July for some R&R but that doesn't mean you aren't getting some bonus episodes before the summer falls away! This week on the pod is Physical Media Isn't Dead Week! I decided to split up the giant pile of blu-ray reviews into their own episodes. Todays episode is all about Kino Lorber's crop of hidden gems. A romant…
 
We've come to the end of our summer movie series once again, and its been a great time. To send the who thing off we decided to have a very chill conversation about John Waters 1990 film Cry Baby (A MOVIE WE WILL REVISIT IN THE FUTURE. DO NOT PANIC AT THE LENGTH OF THIS EPISODE) and to give our thoughts about how much fun exploring these movies the…
 
Summer is here and that means things are gonna wind down around here at the blog for the month of July, but I had one more round-up of Blu-rays to bring the people while we try and get some rest before the pandemonium of August brings us out of our sleep. This month, we’re rollin' with Kino and Criterion to bring you an underseen “cops and robbers”…
 
For our final episode with a guest we decided to bring a delightful and warm presence from the recesses of the World Wide Web. Emma Kearney joins us to talk about the 1942 Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth re-team, You Were Never Lovelier. Elizabeth and David sit back and listen while Emma dazzles them facts about fashion, Rita Hayworth history and wh…
 
GOOOOOD MORNING LISTENERS. We're happy to present the next film in our summer series of symphonic-esque sweets: In The Heights. That's right, we decided to do an ep on the brand spankin' new musical you can see in your home on HBO Max OR in your local multiplex. However, when we decided we were going to do this episode, there was only one person we…
 
You guys are in for a treat with this episode. Not only are we covering David's favorite musical of all time, West Side Story, were doing it with a bonafide PH.D. holder. Jay Hurst, a wonderful and incredibly talented composer, has come on the podcast to bring his musical expertise to give a crash course on some of the dense musical motifs present …
 
Well, folks, things have heated up considerably since I started doing these reviews last fall. I’ve reached out to so many great distributors and all of them have been kind, helpful, and generous with what they allow access to and there are some genuinely amazing new discoveries this past month. Joining the round-up we have Arrow Video with its rel…
 
Todays heralds some pieces of good news. The first being that it is Vincent Prices birthday. It also marks the time Vincent Price joined us at A Place For Film to talk about his illustrious career in honor of his daughter Victoria Price visiting the cinema back in March of 2018. We accomplished this by having Vincent's good friend and birthday budd…
 
"It's showtime, folks!" This week on A Place For Film, we begin our six week soak in the sun celebrating our summer series with movie musicals! We dive headfirst in to the oeuvre of acclaimed musical director Vicente Minelli and his final MGM musical, Bells Are Ringing. Who better to start us off than three time returning guest AND publications edi…
 
On this weeks A Place For Film, David and Elizabeth announce the winner of the summer series poll and dish on what they've been watching the past few days. Short, sweet, and simple. Give it a listen!
 
Sometimes the movies reviewed for Physical Media Isn't Dead just don't show up when my deadlines are long past due and usually it wouldn't be a huge issue, but considering that Fun City Editions went out of their way to send me a copy of Michael Ritchie's seemingly under talked about film Smile in the mail, I figured I'd make some space for some co…
 
On this month's episode, I’m very happy to have my first guest with fellow Cicada Cinema co-founder and by far the most encyclopedic cinephile I’ve ever had the pleasure of calling my friend, Nile Arena! I decided I need some help talking about the mountain of movies Kino Lorber and Criterion sent over to me this month and he was more than happy to…
 
This week on the pod David and Elizabeth don't really have the energy or excitement this year for the normal Oscar fanfare so they give their casual thoughts on this years Oscars as well as just some things they had the pleasure of viewing. Sometimes you just aren't excited for something that used to excite you immensely!…
 
This week, returning to the podcast we have special guest Alyssa Brooks on to talk about some of our favorite films that pull us out of the Winter doldrums and remind that Spring has sprung! Elizabeth goes wild for her first viewing of Little Shop of Horrors. Alyssa talks about the unsung beauty of Agnieszka Holland's 1993 The Secret Garden adaptat…
 
This week on A Place For Film, Elizabeth and David take another small break to catch up and talk about the things they watched this week. David gushes about the 1972 Elaine May film The Heartbreak Kid while Elizabeth talks about her first watch of Ang Lee's 2005 film, Brokeback Mountain. They also mention Godzilla vs Kong, some basketball talk and …
 
This weeks episode of A Place For Film has Elizabeth sitting down with Double Exposure's closing film team, the makers of Amici Novum. Alex Kopnick, Daniel Cueto and Joey Miller walk Elizabeth through the process of collaborating for Double Exposure, as well as the process of making a film not only in the time of COVID, but also in general. It's an…
 
Don't Panic! There's nothing wrong with your podcast feed. Us here at A Place For Film decided that it was time to bring over David 's other audio project, Physical Media Isn’t Dead, It Just Smells Funny, over to the podcast feed. We want everyone who tunes into this to also check out the A Place For Film blog and this seemed like a natural way to …
 
This weeks episode has Elizabeth and David taking a look at movies that put them in the mood or encompass spring break for them. Elizabeth brings the 2014 comedy 22 Jump Street, while David discusses his love for the film Summer Wars.
 
This weeks A Place For Film episode is a conversation with Guggenheim Fellowship recipient and Academy Award winner Deborah Shaffer. She talks about meeting Audrey Flack (the subject of her most recent film) her influences and experiences as a filmmaker over many decades. She's an effusive person and a wonderful listen.…
 
This week on A Place For Film, we are joined by graduate student projectionist and all around great person Mary Figueroa. She comes on the pod to talk about her Staff Selects series pick of the 1972 documentary about the art instillation and performance venue called Womanhouse. She also talks about her time as a volunteer at Bloomington's own histo…
 
This week on A Place For Film, we have 4 time guest Ben Helmrich back to talk about the films and style of up and coming filmmaker, Cathy Yan. Cathy Yan is best known for her 2020 film, Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and now (after years of distribution woes) her 2018 debut Dead Pigs. Elizabeth, David and Ben g…
 
This week on A Place For Film, David and Elizabeth bring back an old segment to give themselves a breather. They talk about what they watched this week and were you can check those films out. David tries to stay on top better in regards to new release films in 2021 and Elizabeth brings an eclectic batch of topical and nostalgic movies she stumbled …
 
The IU Cinema family extends far and wide. For example, ever wonder who shoots and produces those slick and insightful 10 questions interviews on the IU Cinema's YouTube channel? Well, look no further than Joe Toth and Kirstin Wade, the founders and minds behind Toth Media LLC. They've been responsible for giving the IU Cinema one of its signature …
 
On this weeks episode of A Place For Film (and what a week it has been), our two co-host decide revisit a landmark of the film noir genre, Ida Lupino's lean and mean 1953 thriller: The Hitch-hiker. Elizabeth and David delve back and talk about what makes The Hitch-hiker such a standout piece of American cinema and what made Ida herself such a stand…
 
This week on the show, we say au revoir to one of our favorite cinephile centric companies, Tees-en-scène. They're closing there doors and David and Elizabeth felt like spreading the word and alerting listeners to a company that tried to put some good out in the world by highlighting the work of usually invisible or underappreciated artists. They'r…
 
This week on A Place For Film, Elizabeth and David give a brief account of their time at this years FilmEx conference. They talk about their favorite panels, the state of independent exhibition and what its like to attend their first formal film conference, let alone virtual film conference. They briefly talk to Yeeseon Chae, another first time att…
 
On December 15th, 2020, the IU Cinema hosted a virtual edition of the A Place For Film blog's "Monthly Movie Round-Up". A time for (most of) the regular contributors to highlight a film that stood out to them once a month. It was the first time all the bloggers had been in the same location at the same time, virtual or otherwise. It was a great nig…
 
A couple days after Christmas, Elizabeth and David decided to have a brief chat about two of the most anticipated releases of 2020 that got a straight to streaming deal for the holiday. They give their thoughts on Wonder Woman 1984 and Pixar's Soul. It's a good time.
 
Well folks, we made it. Another year of doing this podcast and we finally get to reward ourselves with some comfort food. David, Elizabeth and special guest Alyssa Brookes come together to talk about three of their favorite films that get them through the hectic holidays. It's an episode that 2 parts rom-com (While You Were Sleeping, The Holiday), …
 
In a A Place For Film first, we have an immediate returning guest. Ava Clouden returns to talk about some of our favorite nontraditional holiday movies! They delve what the holiday means to each of them and how these films encompass those feelings despite using the holiday as a backdrop. They talk about the films Black Christmas (1974), Hustlers (2…
 
On this emergency episode of A Place For Film, David, Elizabeth and returning guest Ava Clouden lament Warner Media's decision to release their 2020 and 2021 slate of films day and date in theaters and on their HBO Max streaming service. They get into what this means for the future of theatrical exhibition, how the fall of the Paramount Decree will…
 
In the spirit of the recent holiday, David, Elizabeth and returning guest Laura Ivins got to gush about a film near and dear to there hearts: Addams Family Values. They discuss its production, not so subtle subtext, Joan Cusack's unforgivable Oscar snub, The late great Raul Julia and just what makes this movie such an odd little masterpiece.…
 
This week on A Place For Film, Elizabeth and David talk the 1946 Alfred Hitchcock film Notorious with returning guest, Publications Editor Michaela Owens! They delve into the allure of Cary Grant, parse what a Noir even is and get deep into what makes this somewhat underrated film in Hitchcock's oeuvre so great. Spoilers galore but the movie came o…
 
After a week away due to election anxiety, Elizabeth and David talk about...election anxiety! Rather, they talk about what they watched while the votes were being counted. It's a short and sweet catch up convo with two friends dealing with difficult democracy.
 
This week on A Place For Film we have a special treat. On September 8th, the IU Cinema hosted a virtual conversation about the life and work of French New Wave pioneer Agnès Varda. The conversation was between David and Professor Joan Hawkins and moderated by Elizabeth. It was an hour of love, remembrance, analysis and laughs between our co-host an…
 
Some say the best way to deal with something that's bothering you is to confront it head on. That's what's happening this week on A Place For Film. Elizabeth, David, and special guest (and friend!) Saul Kutnicki are talking about the end of the world. Apocalyptic horror films to be exact. Each brings a different film that explores a unique aspect o…
 
All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey, but Elizabeth and David aren't California dreamin', they're pumpkin spice latte steamin'! Anyway...they're talking about Fall movies. Elizabeth and David delve into Douglas Sirk's All that Heaven Allows and Herbert Ross' Steel Magnolias as well as a grab bag of other movies that take place during the co…
 
This week on A Place For Film, Elizabeth and David are a little tired, but what's NOT tired is there lively and spirited interview with filmmaker Kris Rey! They sit down with Kris to talk about here new film, I Used to Go Here, as well as what she's been watching, her creative process during a pandemic and what the future holds for her. They also g…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth and David speak to Allis Markham, who is one of the subjects of the 2019 documentary, Stuffed. Allis Markham, owner of Prey Taxidermy, is an award-winning taxidermist based in Los Angeles. In 2017, she was named ‘Third in the World’ at the World Taxidermy Championships. Born in the small town of Madison, Ind., Allis grew …
 
Its been over a year since A Place For Film went on hiatus. Some things have changed but your two co-host haven't. Listen to Elizabeth and David talk about there quarantine watch habits and what you can expect from the third launch of A Place For Film.
 
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