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In Season 2 of the City Between Podcast we discuss a different NY film each episode to explore the unexpected and interesting corners of New York history and culture. Come join us as we dive deep on the what the films set in New York can tell us about this fascinating and endless place. Find more information about each episode at citybetween.com. Theme music by Dylan Thurston (www.dylanthurston.com).
 
New Writing North is a development agency for creative writing and creative reading based in the north east of England. We specialise in the development of talent and act as a dynamic broker between writers, agents and producers across the creative industries. As a promoter of new writing we work to engage people with creative reading, with live literary experiences and with new plays, films and digital work. Our commitment to raising the aspirations and developing the creativity of young pe ...
 
Tribeca N.O.W. is a newly designed program that recognizes creators of New Online Work. We aim to discover, highlight, and celebrate the next generation of independent-spirited storytellers who choose to create and share in the online space. Storytellers Rob Michael Hugel (I Hate Being Single), Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld (High Maintenance), and Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo (Be Here Nowish) talk about making their online films.
 
Feast your eyes on a new series of bluechip films featuring nature at its most spectacular - with a twist! Everything you see here was filmed entirely on an iPhone 4S. From the secret lives of tiny insects to the underwater realm of the coral reef, we're using the smartphone's latest filming technology and some hi-tech accessories to capture the beauty of our natural world.
 
Purpose is the buzzword of the moment, with socially conscious consumers, activist employees, and impact investors fueling the cultural revolution around business as a force for good. But what is Purpose? How do companies and brands discover and articulate it? How can older companies reverse-engineer it into their DNA in an authentic and meaningful way? In their new podcast series, Good Is The New Cool: The Field Recordings, Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz meet the men and women on the purpose r ...
 
“On Background,” the new podcast series from CivicPoint, offers the candid voices of Tennessee political, business, and cultural leaders telling emotional stories and lessons from their own backgrounds that inform the way they lead today. “On Background” isn’t daily headlines or eight-second soundbites. It’s long-form, living-room conversations—a new half-hour every month—full of surprising insights into the lives and stories of Tennessee’s best-known and most intriguing persons. To learn wh ...
 
We are The Plotaholics! Each week, Shane Wilson and Bryan Tann break down one film from the perspective of two authors. Each episode offers a deep dive into the storytelling elements that make a movie a pleasure to watch...or a chore to get through. The Plotaholics also provide insight into the cast and production history of each film as well as a long-form analysis of story, character, world-building, and theme. Pop open a cold one or pour a stiff drink and let the Plotaholics tell you how ...
 
These Rising Stars come from all walks of life, and their profound insights have so changed their lives that they want to share them with others. Their books and films describe alternative perspectives on things like health, spirituality, our relationship to the planet, and our place in the cosmos. They provide information to make empowered choices and inspiration to better our lives and the world. Listen Live every Wednesday at 2PM ET on OMTimes Radio, the iOM Radio Network http://omtimes.c ...
 
Highlights from Trent Radio’s live broadcast from Hunter Street on July 1 during the day-long street festival celebrating arts and culture in Peterborough. Electric City Culture Council and Artspace invited media artists to create a silent film with the theme of “recasting the past and inventing alternative futures.” Musicians and sound artists accompanied these films, and they performed live on the street while the films were screened nearby.
 
Dans La Nouvelle École des Surdoués, 3 amis de la Rive-Sud de Montréal discutent du monde de super héros. Fanatiques depuis tous.tes petits.tes, Alfredson Jr, The Voice & Strangefruit abordent tout ce qui est bandes dessinées, films et émissions de télévision avec un œil critique. À l’intérieur de ce podcast, les animateurs.trices découvrent également les artistes locaux de Montréal dans le cosplay, le dessin, l’écriture et, etc.
 
Welcome to the Film & TV podcast series, hosted by Ben Field. Gain exclusive insight into the world of Film and Television through the personal journeys of industry influencers from Hollywood and beyond. Ben spearheads the Film & TV team at Hillsong, spanning 30+ global cities, including Sydney, London, New York, and Los Angeles - and runs Hillsong Channel, a 24/7 TV network reaching over 165 million homes worldwide. Through these conversations, our hope is that you'll learn and be inspired ...
 
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This week's episode begins on a somber note as we reflect on the loss of someone very near and dear to the Plotaholics family. This episode is dedicated to the great Erik Kristopher Myers, the writer and director of Butterfly Kisses and unofficial “4th Plotaholic.” Rest in peace, dear friend. In this week's advertised content, the guys continue Kev…
 
This week, the Plotaholics are joined by the third Plotaholic himself, Joe Compton of GoIndieNow, as they discuss the next edition of their Kevin Smith-tember event--1997's Chasing Amy, starring Ben Affleck and Jason Lee as Holden and Banky, two comic book creators on the cusp of greatness. That is until their friendship is tested when Holden falls…
 
Kevin Smith-tember has begun! This week we kick off Smith-centric fall event by delving into Kevin Smith's first (and probably best) film and its sequel! Join Shane and Bryan as they discuss 1994's Clerks and its 2006 sequel, Clerks 2! And even though Bryan didn't bring it up, he's actually IN THE CREDITS of Clerks 2! I guess he will have to talk a…
 
This week, the Plotaholics revisit one of the most iconic films and characters in all of cinema as they discuss the 1981 classic Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, this film needs no introduction. Of course, we all know what this Spielberg/ Lucas homage to the old Saturday morning serials of t…
 
This week, we’re getting a little bit political as we explore the 2004 gem, Team America: World Police from the duo that brought you your four favorite foul-mouthed prepubescents, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this film, Broadway actor and star of Lease: The Musical, Gary Johnston, is recruited into Team America to foil terrorist plots. Along the …
 
This week, the Plotaholics take a trip back to WWII with one of the greatest films of the last decade--2019's Jojo Rabbit, starring Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi, and Thomasin McKenzie. In this film, young Jojo (Davis) and his imaginary friend, Adolph Hitler (Waititi), are existing in the dwindling days of World War II when…
 
In this episode of City Between we watch 1998's "The Siege" to talk about the culture and history of NYC. Bruce and Sam dig deep on deep on the Deep State, on Denzel Washington, FBI, Greenpoint, martial law in NYC, CIA working with the NYPD's "demographic unit", eating oranges and more. Join us! Find out more information at www.citybetween.com and …
 
A mass shooting took place on November 7, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, California, killing thirteen people, and the shooting’s impact has been far reaching, continuing to this day. One of the people affected was Blake Mycoskie, the Founder of TOMS, who immediately committed to pledging money and resources to end gun violence in the United States. Leadin…
 
In this episode of City Between we unpack 1975's "Three Days of the Condor" to talk about the culture and history of NYC. Bruce and Sam discuss a *true* NY alley, CIA fronts in the city, sexy Max von Sydow, Robert Redford as "bookish", KGB's reaction to the film, the Faye Dunaway kidnapping and more... join us! This is the first film in the trilogy…
 
WARNING: THIS EPISODE FEATURES MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR THE BRAND-NEW THE SUICIDE SQUAD. This week, Shane and Bryan travel back, again, to the DCEU with the brand new THE Suicide Squad, starring Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, and Milton. In this film, the US sends in their Task Force X to save the country against a secret experiment in Corto Mal…
 
In Season 2 of City Between we are watching films about New York City each month to talk about its history and culture. Each month we pick a theme and the next one is the "Deep State". We will be watching "Three Days of the Condor" (1975), "The Siege" (1998), and "The Art of War" (2000). Join us! More info at www.citybetween.com and music by www.dy…
 
Patagonia has become the patron saint of purpose-led brands. Their commitment to ethical production, marketing, and sales of products is legendary among their legions of fans. Wendy Savage, their Director of Social Responsibility and a lifelong activist for social justice, oversees the relationships with the workers in the brand’s supply chain and …
 
This week ,the Plotaholics are taking it to the streets! We're ready for battle as we take on 1994's Street Fighter, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Raul Julia, and Ming-Na Wen. In this film, Colonel Guile (Van Damme), leads A.N. forces against dictator M. Bison (Julia) as he attempts to take over the country of Shadaloo. Man, oh man, this is an in…
 
With over 73 Oscar Nominations (and 18 wins) Participant Media is not only behind some of the most iconic movies of our time like Spotlight, An Inconvenient Truth and more, it also wants to create entertainment that inspires and compels social change. Chief Impact Officer Holly Gordon shares their process of choosing content that combines the power…
 
Showdown Summer is coming to an end! This week we visit the 1970s yet again and dive into The Longest Yard, starring Burt Reynolds, and the 2005 Adam Sandler remake. The Longest Yard features disgraced former star quarterback Paul Crewe (Reynolds/Sandler) who is sent to prison after a drunk driving incident and is soon tasked by the sadistic warden…
 
The Plotaholics' Summer Showdown is going strong! Wooo! This week we have a special guest as we are joined by the next generation of Plotaholics film reviewers, young Bryan Tann, Jr. Bryan Jr. joins Bryan Sr. and Shane Wilson as they discuss the 1996 film, Space Jam, starring Michael Jordan, and 2021's Space Jam: A New Legacy, starring LeBron James…
 
Kim Culmone, SVP Design at Mattel, and her team have led a remarkable transformation of the Barbie brand to become more inclusive and relevant to a new generation of children by creating the most diverse doll on the planet - a feat which landed her work on the cover of Time magazine and returned the doll to billion-dollar sales again. In this episo…
 
This week we watch 1972's "The Godfather" to complete our theme of "Legendary Gangsters". Each week City Between uses a film to talk about the history and culture of NYC. Bruce and Sam dive in on the absence of the word "mafia", Marlon Brando, Andrew and Chris Cuomo's antagonistic relationship to the film, Frank Sinatra, Little Italy demographics, …
 
Join us in Season 2 as we watch NY films to explore the city's culture and history. This week we are in the middle of our Legendary Gangster theme and watched 1989's "Harlem Nights". It remains the only time Eddie Murphy directed a film. For this one Bruce and Sam dig in on gangsters in 1930s Harlem, alley ways, Richard Pryor, Red Fox, Eddie Murphy…
 
Call of Duty is one of the world’s biggest video game franchises, with over 100 million players around the world. But a little-known fact is that the Call of Duty Endowment supports veterans to help ensure they have access to high-quality employment when they return home. Dan Goldenberg, the endowment’s executive director at Activision, the parent …
 
This week, we tackle a Hollywood classic and its 2005 remake. 1967's comedy-drama, Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, stars Hollywood heavyweights Sidney Poitier, Spencer Tracy, and Katharine Hepburn and explores the story of a young white woman, raised by liberal-minded parents as she brings home her black fiance. This film was Spencer Tracey's last--a…
 
Sumaira “Sam” Latif, Procter & Gamble’s company accessibility leader in the UK, helps create innovative breakthroughs to make P&G’s products more accessible to more than 1 billion people living with disabilities. Sam’s passion for this work comes from personal experience - she is blind herself - and we learn more about her journey and the innovativ…
 
Summer Showdown continues as we go back to the mid 70s only to go back to the mid oughts! That's right! This week we visit Freaky Friday--the 1976 version starring Jodi Foster and Barbara Harris and the 2003 version starring Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis! These body-swapping classics see a mother and a daughter in crisis as they switch bodies …
 
In Season 2 of City Between we take on a film each episode to talk about NYC's history and culture. In this episode we discuss Walter Hill's 1979 classic "The Warriors". Bruce and Sam talk Michael Jackson's "Bad" video, gang names in NY in the 1970s, the failing subway system, Xenophon, Greek themes, production trouble, the Furies, Riverside Park, …
 
"It's time to reboot capitalism. And Purpose is the source code." Welcome to Good Is The New Cool: The Field recordings. In this opening episode, co-founders Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz discuss the extraordinary events and stories that inspired their new book The Principles Of Purpose. Drawing on their research of some of the most successful purpos…
 
At the City Between podcast we discuss the films set in NYC to talk about NY's culture and history. In this episode we announce our next trilogy of films - Legendary Gang Stories - as well as some updates from NYC's reopening. We discuss what happened to the Raymond Street Jail, give a tip on the "The Great Gatsby" swimming pool and a report from M…
 
The Plotaholics Summer Showdown continues as we look at two films released 30 years apart from one another. These two films are essentially the same, but one is still way better than the other. We’re talking, of course, about 1976's The Bad News Bears, starring Walter Matthau, Tatum O’Neal, and Jackie Earle Haley and the 2005 remake starring Billy …
 
The Summer Showdown continues with reptilian mutagenic combat that you aren’t ready for! Or are you? This week the guys tackle the 1990 and 2014 iterations of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! How does the, at the time, highest-grossing indie film of all time end up being remade by a hack? We’ll discuss it! It’s gonna be Turtle-rific to the point you’l…
 
In this episode we discuss Howard Hawke's 1940 film "His Girl Friday" to conclude our trilogy on the theme of Women at Work. Bruce and Sam dive deep on fast "natural" dialogue, the last hanging in NYC, rum in coffee, what is a "girl Friday", newspapers, corrupt mayors and more of NY culture and history. Find out more about this episode at www.cityb…
 
In this episode we discuss Darnell Martin's 1994 film "I Like it Like That" about a young woman in the Bronx trying to make sense of a faltering marriage, new career and her place in the world. Bruce and Sam get into the history of stoops, Martin's work for Spike Lee, blackouts, Rita Moreno, and more. Join us at City Between for season 2 where use …
 
Programming note: This week's episode sounds a little different because Shane is traveling. The Summer Showdown continues, and this one, you would think, would be controversial. But it’s not! This week the OG Ghostbusters will face off with Ghostbusters: Answer the Call from 2016. What happens when the four funniest women working at the time are pu…
 
In this episode of City Between we discuss the film "Working Girl" 1988 to dive into NY's history and culture. Bruce and Sam go deep on the Staten Island Ferry, commuter shoes, tequila, chardonnay, secretaries, the Customs House, Melanie Griffith, Harrison Ford and more - Join us! This is the first film in a trilogy about working women - next up is…
 
LOOK! UP IN THE SKY! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's the beginning of the Summer of Showdowns here at the Plotaholics, where we pit remakes/ reboots/ long-awaited sequels against their original counterparts. This week, we take on the biggest and mightiest of them all as we compare the theatrical cut of Justice League to the Snyder Cut. And hey, jus…
 
Introducing Good Is The New Cool: The Field Recordings, where co-founders Bobby Jones and Afdhel Aziz take you on a journey to meet the men and women at the frontlines of the purpose revolution, who believe in business as a force for good. From leading entrepreneurs and world-renowned leaders to game-changing designers and award-winning marketers, …
 
At the City Between podcast we discuss the films set in NYC to talk about NY's culture and history. In this episode we announce our next trilogy of films as well as some updates from NYC's reopening - bars, museums and more we are excited about returning from the pandemic. Our new trilogy will begin next week. Find our more at www.citybetween.com.…
 
This week, the Plotaholics explore a different kind of apocalypse. Join us as we discuss the 2021 Netflix animated flick The Mitchells vs. The Machines! In this film, the quirky Mitchells are the last humans around to do battle with an evil Siri knock-off known as Pal, as she attempts to take over the world! Support the show (https://plotaholics.co…
 
In this episode we discuss Baz Lurhmann's 2013 epic "The Great Gatsby" and talk about NY history and culture. Bruce and Sam get into speakeasies, Jazz and Hip-Hop, Fitzgerald's lost love, Prohibition, 3-D, the Valley of Ashes, Jay Leno, the Plaza, East Egg vs. West Egg and more (they do not discuss the green light). Jump in and join the ride.. The …
 
This week, the Plotaholics want to apologize to each other and you for this one. Yeah. We’re doing 2011’s Green Lantern. There will never be enough Deadpool post credit jokes to make up for this POS. It stars people. It wastes them all. Not really sure what else to say in this description other than…we have much better films coming up to yak about.…
 
City Between is a podcast about NY history and culture explored through film. In this episode we discuss Whit Stillman's "Metropolitan" (1990) and what the film can tell us about New York history and culture. Bruce and Sam talk about The Plaza, the Urban Haute Bourgeoisie, tuxedos, UES bars, the Fifth Avenue windows, Jane Austen, Debutante Balls, t…
 
This week, the Plotaholics Time Machine is going back to 1983 for the watered-down Porkys-In-An-Arcade "classic," Joysticks! In this film, an angry business man wants to shut down the arcade where his super surfer daughter hangs out with...interesting individuals. This film stars Joe Don Baker (Walking Tall), Jon Gries (Napolean Dynamite), and a bu…
 
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