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Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. I’m back at the Cannes Film Festival after a pandemic absence and couldn’t be more delighted to share the latest and greatest in films with you. For the kick-off episode, I’m joined by Eric Hynes, curator of film at the Museum of the Moving Image and writing about Cannes for Reverse Sh…
 
Ep. 114: The Aesthetics of Cope, The Cathedral, Deepfake, Slade in Flame with Chloe LizotteWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The show is back from spring break with a special episode starring writer Chloe Lizotte, a contributing editor at Le Cinema Club. She joins us talking about her work for her wide-ranging Reverse …
 
Ep. 113: Jacques Audiard on Paris, 13th DistrictWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Paris, 13th District is the latest movie from Jacques Audiard, a writer-director whose work has spanned many genres, from The Beat That My Heart Skipped to Rust and Bone to The Sisters Brothers. Paris 13th District is Audiard’s unabashed …
 
Ep. 112: S.S. Rajamouli's RRR, Laida Lertxundi's Inner Outer Space, Leo McCarey's Part Time Wife, Kinuyo Tanaka's Love Letter with R. Emmet SweeneyWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. It’s time for a good old-fashioned romp through recent viewing, with guest R. Emmet Sweeney of Kino Lorber. He shares his experience with S…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. One of the greatest action movies of all time is also one of the most beautiful: Mad Max: Fury Road. It was on the top ten lists of 2015 and more than a few best of the decade lists. But making the movie was no walk in the park, and a new oral history by Kyle Buchanan is full of well-r…
 
Episode 110: Nadav Lapid on Ahed’s KneeWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The filmmaker Nadav Lapid has made one tense, kinetic, indelibly original drama after another: Policeman, The Kindergarten Teacher, Synonyms, and now Ahed’s Knee. Ahed’s Knee premiered at the Cannes film festival last year where it shared the Jury…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. This year the True/False Film Fest welcomed guests back for another edition, fully in-person with guests from all over the globe. I try to go every year to take advantage of its delicious nonfiction smorgasbord, and joining me to talk about the selection is Eric Hynes, curator of film …
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Village Voice loomed large for me as a critic and an editor. The Voice I grew up with may be long gone, but it’s been a joy to continue reading my favorite critics who wrote there. For this episode, I’m honored to bring together three all-star alumnae of the Village Voice to talk a…
 
Episode 107: Berlin #6 with Edo Choi (Dark Glasses, Rewind & Play, Sonne, A Little Love Package, Terra que marca)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. We continue with the Berlin festival series, highlighting the intriguing new films you should know about. For what might be the last episode on this year’s edition, I talked…
 
Episode 106: Berlin #5 with Giovanni Marchini Camia (Unrest, Queens of the Qing Dynasty, Mutzenbacher, The Death of My Mother, Alcarras)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. We continue with the Berlin festival series, highlighting the intriguing new films you should know about. This time I talk with Giovanni Marchini Cami…
 
Episode 105: Berlin #4 with Inney Prakash (Dry Ground Burning, Instant Life, Jet Lag, Super Natural, The Kegelstatt Trio)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. We continue with the Berlin festival series, highlighting the intriguing new films you should know about. This time I talk Fun at the Forum (and Forum Expanded) with…
 
Episode 104: Berlin #3 with Jordan Cronk (The Novelist’s Film, Afterwater, Coma, United States of America, That Kind of Summer, more)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. We continue with the Berlin festival series, highlighting the intriguing new films you should know about. I joined forces with Jordan Cronk, critic (MUBI…
 
Episode 103: Berlin 2022 #2 with Guy Lodge (Flux Gourmet, Robe of Gems, Small Slow but Steady, Brother in Every Inch, Fire, AEIOU – A Quick Alphabet of Love)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Berlin festival series continues, highlighting the intriguing new films you should know about. This time I talk with Guy Lodg…
 
Episode 102: Berlin 2022 #1 with Jonathan Romney (Fire, Rimini, Incredible But True, Passengers of the Night, A Piece of Sky, See You Friday, Robinson)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Berlin International Film Festival is underway and I kicked off this edition’s podcasts with series regular Jonathan Romney, a crit…
 
Episode 101: Sundance 2022 #7 with Jessica Green (Mija, Alice, God’s Country, The Exiles, Free Chol Soo Lee, Framing Agnes)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. So it turns out I have one more episode of Sundance films to share. I was joined by Jessica Green, artistic director of the Houston Cinema Arts Society, who brough…
 
Episode 100: Maggie Gyllenhaal on The Lost DaughterWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. It's the 100th episode! As a working critic and journalist, I always hope these podcasts add something new to the discussion. And for that I have to thank my guests, all the talented critics and filmmakers who have joined me, and of co…
 
Episode 99: Sundance 2022 #6 with Jon Dieringer (Leonor Will Never Die, Short Films, TikTok, Boom, Cha Cha Real Smooth)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere this year, screening in a virtual edition. As we enter the final days (of the festival), I was joined by Jon …
 
Episode 98: Sundance 2022 #5 with Jourdain Searles (Emily the Criminal, Sharp Stick, Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul, When You Finish Saving the World)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere this year, screening in a virtual edition. For this episode, I’m very pleased …
 
Episode 97: Sundance 2022 #4 with Beatrice Loayza (Dos Estaciones, Speak No Evil, Brainwashed, jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere this year, screening in a virtual edition. For this episode, I chat with Beatrice Loayza, a New York Times…
 
Episode 96: Sundance 2022 #3 with Amy Taubin (Nanny, Master, Call Jane, Resurrection, You Won’t Be Alone)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere, screening in a virtual edition. For this episode, I’m delighted to talk with the one and only Amy Taubin about yet another…
 
Episode 95: Sundance 2022 #2 with Eric Hynes (Dual, We Met in Virtual Reality, A House Made of Splinters, Jihad Rehab)Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere, screening in a virtual edition. We’re nearing the end of a packed weekend of premieres and I joined forces on…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Sundance Film Festival is here, there, and everywhere, screening in a virtual edition that’s no less important for beginning the 2022 movie calendar. I joined forces with Eric Hynes, curator of film at Museum of the Moving Image, to talk about the independent-minded festival in gen…
 
Episode 93: Days of Horror with Mike CivinsWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. Every October my good friend Mike Civins does a horror movie marathon. He watches 31 titles over 31 days, like clockwork. I have always been curious about his project, which happily ranges far and wide and includes movies that aren’t often th…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. At some point last year I learned that Caroline Golum -- a critic whom I read on Screen Slate -- was planning to make a movie about a medieval mystic. For this episode, Caroline joins us to talk about movies set in olden times and how they envision the past. Two recent titles came to m…
 
Episode 91: 1996 with Nick DavisWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. It’s time to look back at the year in the movies—the year 1996, that is. Scholar and pal Nick Davis joins me to revisit movies from a pivotal year early in our rabid moviegoing. Our trips down memory lane take us through Hollywood productions like The Pe…
 
Episode 90: Amy Taubin on the Best of 2021Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. It’s that time of year again, when we look back at the year in movies. Joining me to share her highlights is the critic Amy Taubin, a regular guest on the podcast. We start with one movie you might not have heard as much about this year, and go…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. One of the year’s best films about culture is Listening to Kenny G, from filmmaker Penny Lane (who directed Hail Satan?). now available on streaming. If the name Kenny G sets off alarm bells in your head, rest assured that this is not a goofy movie about something “so bad it’s good” o…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. Paul Verhoeven’s hotly anticipated new movie, Benedetta, is set mostly in a convent in the 17th century, following its title character as she becomes a nun and rises in the ranks. The movie typically bold and provocative about the workings over power and organized religion and about B…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. This week we look at some outstanding documentary highlights premiered at IDFA(International Documentary Festival Amsterdam), including Sergei Loznitsa’s post-Soviet portrait Mr. Landsbergis and an exciting new voice in Diem Ha Le and her film Children of the Mist. Plus: 100-year-old …
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Back in the spring, I watched The Scary of 61st through the Berlin film festival, where it had its world premiere. I had to watch it on my laptop, holed up at home, with pandemic anxiety in the air. Somehow the mood was appropriate for experiencing the film, which tells a wild story th…
 
Jane Campion’s new film The Power of the Dog first shapes up as a kind of Western family feud in the making. Two brothers, Phil and George Burbank, run things together peaceably, with Phil (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) the alpha male, and George (played by Jesse Plemons) more of a strong silent type. When George gets married and brings home his …
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. A while back I had a conversation with critic Nicholas Russell about the portrayal of law enforcement in movies. The general idea was that the demonstrations and marches for justice in 2020 seemed to open the possibility of a paradigm shift on many fronts. So we looked at movies featur…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. This year marks the 20th anniversary of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive, a movie that has never been too far from best-of lists. But Inland Empire, Lynch’s three-hour digitally shot follow-up, which came out five years later, has sometimes gone overlooked. So it was great news to hear t…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Right at the tail end of the New York Film Festival, I caught up with Jon Dieringer, editor and publisher of Screen Slate. We talked about highlights from the festival and also some terrific titles shown in a Screen Slate series at the Roxy Cinema that helped kick off the moviegoing se…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Todd Haynes’s documentary about The Velvet Underground is not just a musical feast, as one would expect, but it’s also a visually rich and polyphonic work. Haynes has explored the mythology of glam rock and the many faces of Bob Dylan in his fiction films, and he turns his first docume…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. The latest feature from Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Memoria, is coming to the New York Film Festival, after premiering in Cannes this past summer. Memoria stars Tilda Swinton as a woman seeking to explain a strange noise that she keeps experiencing and, as you might guess, the movie is…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. One of my favorite debuts in a while is El Planeta, directed by and starring Amalia Ulman. She plays a designer who lives with her mother (played by Ulman’s mother) but they’re both going broke. So they’re making ends meet any way they can, which for her mother might include a little …
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. This episode I’m back with highlights from not one but two festivals: The Toronto Film Festival, and the Camden festival, which specializes in documentary. I’m joined by my fearless correspondent Eric Hynes, curator of film at the Museum of the Moving Image. This is another episode whe…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. As promised, this is another episode about notable movies from the Toronto Film Festival, with critic Amy Taubin. It’s also another episode where you the listeners can support the podcast. I’ve recorded over 75 episodes with leading critics and filmmakers. It’s all created with love an…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. This is a special episode of the podcast for a couple of reasons. It introduces a series about notable premieres at the Toronto film festival -- highlights that you’ll want to know about. But it’s also a special episode because it’s a chance for you the listeners to support the podcast…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. Sometime in May or June, I had a marvelous conversation about the sky. Not just one sky, but 10 skies, in fact, with the critic Erika Balsom. Balsom wrote an insightful book about the lovely, thought-provoking landscape film 10 Skies, from filmmaker James Benning. I think I originally …
 
Episode 74: Venice 6 – Reflection, Trenches, The Catholic School, Parallel Mothers with Jessica KiangWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. My 2021 Venice Film Festival series of podcasts concludes (for now?) with critic Jessica Kiang, a contributor to Variety, The Playlist, and The New York Times. I talked with Jessica ab…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. The 2021 Venice Film Festival series of podcasts continues with Variety critic Guy Lodge. I talked with Guy on the Lido about highlights from the festival, including Audrey Diwan's L'Evenement, Lorenzo Vigas’s La Caja (The Box), Ana Lily Amirpour’s Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, the ab…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. The 2021 Venice Film Festival series of podcasts continues with critic Christina Newland, whose work has been published in Sight & Sound, Vulture, and the Criterion Collection. I’d been holding on to the Jane Campion film, The Power of the Dog, for discussion, and here it is at last, …
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. The 2021 Venice Film Festival series of podcasts continues with a deluxe installment featuring Glenn Kenny, a New York Times and RogerEbert.com contributor. It’s Glenn’s first time on the podcast and he makes up for lost time with a feast of movies: Dune from Denis Villeneuve, Almodóv…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. The 2021 Venice Film Festival is in full swing, and I sat down to chat with critic Jonathan Romney (The Observer, Screen Daily) about a few highlights: Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Diana Rigg, and Terence Stamp; Pablo Larrain’s Spencer…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I’m your host, Nicolas Rapold. The Venice Film Festival has begun, with world premieres including Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, Pedro Almodóvar’s Parallel Mothers, Pablo Larraín’s Spenser, Edgar Wright’s Last night in Soho, and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. I’ll be talking about as many of them as I can here on th…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. Before the onslaught of new fall releases, I thought it’d be nice to tackle three big summer titles. We start with Annette, the long-awaited new feature from Leos Carax starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard; The Green Knight, David Lowery’s medieval fantasy with Dev Patel; and las…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. It’s August and that means it’s time to talk about the Locarno film festival, which for years has been a reliable launching pad for stimulating and challenging cinema. This year I’m back talking with the critic and programmer Jordan Cronk (Acropolis Cinema). Our highlights include a r…
 
Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host, Nicolas Rapold. A few months ago I caught wind of a book with an intriguing title: Billy Wilder on Assignment: Dispatches from Weimar Berlin and Interwar Vienna. It turned out to be a collection of writings from when Wilder as a brash young journalist—his previous career before becoming one of Hollyw…
 
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