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"peter strickland" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"peter strickland" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Century Fox presents. Another milestone in motion picture history. Revenge of the nerds. Nerds? Nerds. Again, our top 5 movie summers and we would love to hear your favorite summer just email us feedback at film spotting .NET. That's our show, Josh. If you want to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and letterbox, you can find Adam at film spotting and I'm at Larsen on film. We had all kinds of good comments and suggestions that were a lot of fun to read for this top 5. So thank you for that. In the show archives at film spotting .NET, you can find reviews, interviews and top 5s going back to 2005, and you can vote in the current film spotting poll, which has us looking ahead to our upcoming Barbara Stanwyck marathon, which starts with one of her early 1930s films. So we're asking, what is your favorite 1930s film starring an iconic actor actress duo? To order show t-shirts or other merch visit films spotting .NET slash shop, and you can subscribe to our weekly newsletter at film spotting .NET slash newsletter. Out on digital this weekend rise, this is the Yanis biopic Josh. I'll let you say Yanis last name. You're so good at these long last names. We're asked to oh no, that's someone else. I'd like to see that film. That's on Disney+. Also flux Gourmet, the new one from Peter Strickland, who gave us the duke of burgundy and barbarian sound system. In wide release, a horror film Josh that I wonder if you're going to make time for as you are writing a book on horror films. I usually avoid these films, but I'm intrigued because my guy Ethan Hawke is the grabber in the black phone, the new horror film from director Scott derrickson, who directed Doctor Strange and sinister. Yeah, and he also made the exorcism of Emily rose, which I write about at length in the chapter on religious horror, so I'm definitely gonna have to catch up with this one. Even scarier than the black phone, though, is Elvis possessed pelvis in baz luhrmann's Elvis, also out in wide release. Don't exercise it. Please do not exercise that. To enjoyable week as you heard Josh say the summer of stanwick starts with babyface and we'll have some more cinema hijinks here on film spotting. Film spotting is produced by golden Joe de so and Sam van hoggan without Sam and golden Joe this show wouldn't go. Our production assistant is Betty.

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"peter strickland" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"peter strickland" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Pandemic hangover type thing or what, but I'm, you know, mildly excited about the Thor, love and thunder. So I'd put that at number 5 for me. The Elvis movie from baz luhrmann, I'm still really intrigued by I know you have your skepticism when it comes to lower men. But Elvis, I'm going to see what I'm going to see what we've got there. Could be interesting. Here's a really under the radar one that popped up only to me on in my research. And it's Neptune frost, which is coming to theaters June 3. I'm just going to read this description from IndieWire Jude dry. Again, writing on IndieWire, the experimental afrofuturist musical from multidisciplinary artist Saul Williams and anasa Yemen defies categorization, which is what makes it so exciting and confounding. Part contemporary operetta part anarchist sci-fi saga, the dream like tale follows a gender shifting soothsayer and an off the grid hacker enclave as they Dodge the ravages of a senseless resource war. So after I've recovered from men, hopefully I will be ready for Neptune frost, which just sounds possibly quite dazzling. Crimes of the future, the new cronenberg, that's my second most anticipated, of course, which we've mentioned, I think, comes out in June, and then Jordan Peele's nope is at the top of my list. Can not wait. Okay. Well, you said anything could be great, and I was all in on that bubbly optimism, Josh. I was going to adopt it. It was going to be my whole new mantra. Not your right movies on life. Really? So struck a chord and then you mentioned baz luhrmann's Elvis and does not hold does not hold. No, I know I can't go there. My top 5, well, I've got a top four and we've mentioned all of them. So I don't really have a lot to add. If I was going just strictly in order of the movies I most want to see, at number four, I'd have the Miller, 3000 years of longing. Number three men, the Alex Garland film, we're going to talk about next week. Number two, or no, it's really number one. Okay, fine. I'm going to go nope at number two. And yeah, damn it. I'm going Top Gun: Maverick at number one. I mean, at this point, you kind of have to. Yeah, I have to. My number 5 might either be the cronenberg though. Oh man, we talked about horror earlier, body horror makes me makes me squirm even more of course. So I'll be watching that with my eyes closed. I am, of course, very curious about the new Claire Denis as well talked about that a little was Steve procope last week as it's playing the Chicago critics film festival here coming up. The music box is called both sides of the blade. All I need to hear is that Juliet bonos is in it, but then Vincent London in it as well so good in teton. Last year, but maybe Josh, I would go with a little more populous choice. I am intrigued by the gray man, July 15th theaters, streaming on Netflix on the 22nd. I'm seeing some things about how it's supposed to be like Netflix's big tentpole movie of the year, their most expensive movie to date, which doesn't usually give me much confidence, but it comes to us from the Russo brothers and really why I'm excited is that it's a spy movie, which I'm usually a sucker for. Starring Ryan Gosling. You throw in Chris Evans and their former assassins or they formerly worked together at the CIA and now they're tracking each other sort of a cat and mouse game. I like those performers a lot. Add in on a day armus, Regé-Jean Page, who many may remember from the first season of Bridgerton. I have a feeling I will be plopping myself down on the couch if not in the theater around July 22nd to see the gray man on Netflix. And I suppose I have one other question. I'll stick in the art house here and I'll give you one more question, which is, am I ready for a Peter Strickland comedy? Peter Strickland. The filmmaker behind barbarian sound studio behind the duke of burgundy. There might be some elements in both of those films you would describe as humorous. I don't know what they would be, but if I remember someone could possibly pick out a few interesting scenes and then he's got a new film out called flux Gourmet, this is the description. Set at an institute devoted to culinary and alimentary performance. A collective finds itself embroiled in power struggles, artistic vendettas, and gastrointestinal disorders. So going to be a little bit of a head scratcher, as you would expect from Strickland, seems like it might make you a little bit uncomfortable at times as we talk about stomach problems in those gastrointestinal disorders. And yet it's supposed to be funny, Josh. Summer blockbuster sounds like stereotypical summer blockbuster to me. Apparently so those are our top 5 summer movie questions. We would love to hear your most anticipated summer movies and the questions you have, you can email us feedback at film spotting .NET. Josh, that's our show. If you want to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and letterbox, you can do so at film spotting and at Larsen on film. In the show archives at film spotting .NET, you can find reviews, interviews and top 5s going back to 2005. You can also vote in the current film spotting poll, which looks ahead to the summer movie season. We're asking what summer movie are you most anticipating? Jordan Peele's nope or nope, something else. Torture show t-shirts or other merch, visit film spotted dot net slash shop, and you can subscribe to our weekly newsletter at film spotting .NET.

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"peter strickland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"peter strickland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"We head to Berlin where the city's film festival is getting underway, and I'm joined on the line from the German capital by the telegraph's film critic Tim Robby. Good morning to you Tim. Good morning. Now, anybody attempting to organize a live event must deal with enormous uncertainty as COVID rules change around the world according to the spread of the pandemic. And the organizers of the Berlin film festival are no different. However, they have announced it is going ahead in person, Berliners are thrilled and it starts today. So tell us more about this. I mean, this is fairly unusual. Other festivals such as Sundance stuck to online versions. They did, yeah, they're taking a very cautious approach this year, having completely obviously canceled last year's event. For the first time in decades, but this year they're going for a sort of 50 50 approach that the festival is happening in person with some distancing measures. Every other seat will not be filled. And the press screenings will be very carefully regulated like that. But at the same time as the Berlin Allah as it's called the official festival, there's also the European film market. And that is happening as an online only event to limit the numbers, I guess of people in the summer perhaps seeing films and interacting. And they've also canceled almost all the kind of hospitality the parties and those sort of events. So it's very much a kind of hardcore film viewing week basically for the press and the other accredited delegates to come and catch whatever there is now to see. Oh, that's very sad because surely one of the main components of festivals is the socializing the parties. That is quite true and it will be something that will miss. I mean, those of us out here and there's quite a contingent of press from the UK from America everywhere. I mean, we'll have to find our own entertainment I imagine. We'll certainly need to eat and drink. But I'm looking forward to the films really because it having missed it last year. It was such a fixture on the calendar Berlin, it's such a good way to kind of kickstart new films when we've come tired of talking about the same old films come February. We know all the Oscar films and all the films up for nomination. So this is the kind of fresh slate that suddenly gets presented to us now. What in particular are you looking forward to? Well, today's opening film is an interesting one, it's by Francois ozone. It's called Peter von campt, and it's actually a remake of the German film in the 70s, the bitter tears of Petra von camp, which was a classic by the German filmmaker reign of Verna fassbender, and he's sort of flipped the genders on it ozone in his own take, which I imagine will be quite kind of cheeky and mischievous. It stars Denise minocher and Isabel a Johnny. I'm looking forward to that a lot. And there's also there's plenty to look forward to in the coming days. There's a new Clare de nive film, which continues her run of work with Juliette Binoche her last two films with Juliette and ashen's new one. It's called both sides of the blade and it's an intense looking infidelity drama of the kind of the French do best. And will there be big stars there? I think much like the kind of limits on partying and so on. I think the red carpet side of the festival is going to be more muted this year. Than ever before. Some stars will be flying in to do interviews and so on. But I think it will be on a much smaller scale. I don't know for a fact, for example, that the British actor ace of Butterfield who's in a really quite an outlandish film called flox Gourmet, which is a film by Peter Strickland. He can't make it because I think he's had COVID. So there's been plenty of cancellations and things like that. Unfortunately. But we're going to make the best of it, you know? Tim Robby, thank you very much for joining us here. On monocle 24. And that's all we have time for on today's program. Thanks also to our producers, Reese James page Reynolds Charlie from the court and Emma fell, our researchers were Sophie monaghan coombs and annabelle Martin and our studio manager Chrysler Blackwell with editing assistance from a Dominic Maurice. After the headlines, there's more music on the way and the briefing is live at midday in London. I'm Georgina Godwin. And I'll return on the globalist at the same time tomorrow. I do hope that you are able to join me then. Thanks for listening..

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"peter strickland" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"peter strickland" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Herman strings updated for the year of the pandemic tim. Anna said clint mansell. School does a lot of the work in this in the atmospheric of europe as well. Is this film though. In a in line with with ben wheatley signature. Slow and say well. He's that style. It is yes up to a point i mean unamended field in england which is probably the one that's most like this. Which is his other folk horror film from two thousand thirteen which is again a quick shoot in some fields with small cost. That could almost have been made under lockdown. I feel of film during the english civil war and how to kind of witchfinder general quality to it could have good house on shoes. Exactly this one. It does make the best of its kind of small scope in the build-up found. I really enjoyed the kind of tease of and the kind of treading carefully through this very thick within one of the characters cuts his foot very early on a shop stone. That should have been deliberately placed that mess him up later and that kind of so. That's a classic kind of ben wheatley as of it like can kill list whether the the room on the back of the mirror. Ucla what's that gonna do later. You're not he sets these things up. And then it's sort of just turns into a big wig out by the end and there i felt perhaps the the haste the shoot perhaps became more. It's like they've gone on made this quickly and it talks a good talk with script early on and all of these ideas that throws up and the things about this sort of this micro soil map is it called web of down when i was watching you can realize cannot have wide written down after i remember thinking. Yes there's those are good words and talk with an ultimately it just turns into a psychedelic wig out which is fine. But i don't know if that's necessarily weightless forte almost feels like he's doing something that's copier. Peter strickland the director of whose films tend to go in that direction as well. Yeah but that said. I do actually think this is one of we better films of late. Because he's how he's gone through a rough patch. The the the net flicks remake of rebecca for example which is much much derided by critics and this is a step back up to into his sort of comfort zone. I suppose for me. I would love to see this firm as a midnight movie at a festival which is sort of the way. It was programmed when it. I could help wouldn't it. It's sort of it's short. It's quite intense ultimately at the end doesn't require you to think too much and just sort of turns into this this big trade But i think a as the sort of final film of day in the dog at a festival That's the ideal scenario for okay. He doesn't mind being very afraid in a field. In england very specifically. We mentioned anna. That timothy lamenting the idea of well the success of of how the of how the film pans out sort of plot plotting and all the rest of it just a pandemic part of it. I mean we start off with mosques and people have to come out of quarantine or 'isolation martin played by joe phrases sort of one of the two main protagonists that the scientists to find his. Perhaps his colleague find this research facility in the forest..

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