Nomadland, and the films of Chloe Zhao

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Oscar frontrunner Nomadland, along with the rest of director Chloe Zhao’s filmography.

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The joy of low budget and high concept Sci-Fi – The Vast of Night, Coherence

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss their love for low-budget and independent Sci-Fi films, with particular attention devoted to Andrew Patterson’s The Vast of Night and James Ward Byrkit’s Coherence.

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Diving deep on Judas and the Black Messiah, and some of the best performances of the year

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Judas and the Black Messiah, directed by Shaka King.

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Derek DelGaudio’s In & of Itself, questions of identity and social norms

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss In & of Itself, the Frank Oz directed film of Derek DelGaudio’s breathtaking New York stage show.

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Soul, Pete Docter’s filmography, and Pixar’s future under his stewardship

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Pixar’s Soul, along with the career and filmography to date of its director, Pete Docter (Monsters Inc., Up, Inside Out).

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Tenet deep dive and Christopher Nolan’s complicated bid to save cinema

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew are joined by Twitter’s @DavidDunn21 of Teutonia World Podcast fame to dive deep on Tenet (SPOILERS), and have a wide-ranging and free-flowing conversation on Christopher Nolan’s filmography more generally.

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Steve McQueen’s ground-breaking Small Axe films

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Steve McQueen’s series of Small Axe films.

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Running order:

Steve McQueen’s career, and the themes of Strong Axe: 0:00 – 21:50

Film v TV: 21:51 – 33:35

Small Axe: 33:36 – 98:22

Mangrove: 35:04 – 51:28

Lovers Rock: 51:29 – 74:44

Red, White and Blue: 74:45 – 89:42

Alex Wheatle and Education: 89:43 – 96:05

Wrap-Up: 98:23 – end

David Fincher’s Mank, how it relates to Citizen Kane, and what made Welles’ film so special

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss David Fincher’s Mank and Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane.

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Running order:

Background to Mank, Citizen Kane talk: 0:00 – 59:30

Mank: 59:31 – 128:26

Wrap-Up: 129:27 – end

Momentous shifts in the movie industry, and the thoroughly disgusting humans of Brandon Cronenberg’s films

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew react to news that Warner Bros. are shifting their entire 2021 release slate to streaming in the U.S., and discuss the films of Brandon Cronenberg.

Carrying on with the brand of filmmaking long associated with the Cronenberg name, Possessor and Antiviral represent the kinds of memorable, incisive, and frequently disgusting sci-fi/horror that mean Brandon Cronenberg is undoubtedly a filmmaker worth paying attention to.

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Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 01:50

Warner Bros. bypassing cinemas for 2021: 1:51 – 26:58

Brandon Croneberg and Antiviral: 26:59 – 61:54

Possessor: 61:55 – 89:55

Wrap-Up: 89:56 – end

Exploring Richard Linklater’s Before Trilogy

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew finally get around to their long awaited Before Trilogy episode.

Marking some of the high points of the illustrious careers of Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke, and Julie Delpy, the Before Trilogy is one of the greatest depictions of love, romance, and relationships ever captured on screen.

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Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 04:16

Overview of Richard Linklater’s filmography and the Before Trilogy: 4:17 – 22:21

Before Sunrise: 22:22 – 55:55

Before Sunset: 55:56 – 103:49

Before Midnight: 103:50 – 145:33

Wrap-Up: 145:34 – end