Filmotomy Podcast Episode 38: What Is British Cinema?

The British are coming in the latest podcast from Filmotomy. The many compounds of the UK film industry is examined by two Brits, Bianca Garner and Robin Write, and they are joined by Rob Motto from America, and Doug Jamieson from Australia. Discussion looks out how we might class a film as British, including how […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 37: Uncensored Cinema

WARNING: Some listeners may find this material disturbing. Good! The new podcast at Filmotomy delves into the murky waters of uncensored cinema. Blood and guts, racism, controversy, political incorrectness, the grotesque, the strange, the horrific – you get the picture. Bearded Bianca Garner hosts the gore-fest, with nympho Jonathan Holmes, blasphemous Rob Motto, and blood-soaked […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 36: The Decline of Cinema Attendance

The Filmotomy Podcast takes a trip to the movie theater this week, wondering why the auditorium is not full. Host Bianca Garner has the projector running, with Rob Motto, Mark Ziobro, and new-to-the-show Doug Jamieson from The Jam Report, handing out popcorn and peanuts. The discussion looks at why cinema-going has become more and more […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 35: Celebrating 100 Years of Ingmar Bergman

The Ingmar Bergman podcast feels like a truly special occasion. To celebrate his centennial year, and to join the rest of the vast Bergman coverage at Filmotomy, this week’s recording is all about the great Swedish filmmaker. Host Bianca Garner, fresh off her own Bergman binge, is joined by Robin Write, and a recently acquired […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 34: Cinema 2018 Half-Time Whistle

This timely podcast episode hits the halfway mark of the year 2018. So we are due a half-time report, to assess the year in film so far. Bianca Garner is in the hosting chair once again, and joined by Robin Write and Rob Motto. Here they chat about their favorite films of the year so […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 32: Meryl Streep and Strong Female Roles

After a week off, the podcast returns with a bang. Host and Deputy Editor Bianca Garner is joined by fellow Deputy Steve Schweighofer, regular film nut Rob Motto, and a special invite was accepted by Mark Ziobro from TheMovieBuff.Net. To celebrate Meryl Streep’s birthday, the gang try to encapsulate a quite magnificent acting career. Discussion […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 31: Are Animated Films Just For Kids?

Animation is the topic of discussion for the podcast this week. And just how child-friendly the genre has been over its cinematic evolution. Our fair maiden, and host, Bianca Garner helps paint the picture with Daniel Smith-Rowsey, Rob Motto, and Jonathan Holmes. And they all put forward their notions of the animated film, how it […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 30: Was 1983 Such A Poor Year For Film?

Flashdance

Podcast 30 already, and we rewind all the way back to 1983 to discuss the notion of it being one of the very worst years in cinema. Is it really? Filmotomy Deputy Editor Steve Schweighofer is your host this week to help us investigate. He recruits the varied film expertise of Daniel Smith-Rowsey, Rob Motto, […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 29 – They’re Remaking Which Movie?

The new edition of the podcast this week features just the two participants. But it is no less engaging I can tell you. Host Bianca Garner is accompanied by Rob Motto, and they dig into the age-old notion of the movie remake. Which ones out-shined their originals? Which shouldn’t have even bothered? Why would they […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 28: All Hail The B Movie

This week’s podcast takes a swift turn off the usual road, as the discussion heads for the elusive B movie. No, not bee, B. That gobby broad Bianca is the host, and joined by wise-guy Steve and double-crossing Rob. They dig the dirt on the movies they class as B movies, using a shovel so […]

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50 Festival de Cannes Winners You Can Watch Right Now – 5 of 5

So there we have it, 50 Cannes winners from years gone by. What are your favorite winners from the festival? Which films do you feel should have won that didn’t? Feel free to bombard us with comments below. Go enjoy the festivities. * * * * * Nicolas Winding Refn – 2011 Prix de la mise […]

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50 Festival de Cannes Winners You Can Watch Right Now – 4 of 5

Cannes

The penultimate chunk of Cannes winners available to stream features yet another talented bunch. Of course there are many, many more great Cannes victors you can watch right now – let us know in the comments what you recommend, or perhaps what you might be looking for. * * * * * Bérénice Bejo – […]

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50 Festival de Cannes Winners You Can Watch Right Now – 3 of 5

Straight onto the third batch of 10 former Cannes winners you can stream online. Many of the links are country specific (like America, UK, France), but if you are wondering about access in other countries let me know, I’ll try and find them. For now, take a look at the next lot. * * * […]

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50 Festival de Cannes Winners You Can Watch Right Now – 2 of 5

The second set of winners from the history of Cannes was already set to include the Italian filmmaker Ermanno Olmi for his Palme d’Or win in 1978. Sadly, he passed away just prior to this year’s festival, making his entry here all the more poignant and essential. God rest his soul. His most famous film […]

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50 Festival de Cannes Winners You Can Watch Right Now – 1 of 5

Bonjour from Cannes. Or bonjour to you all in Cannes. The true festive season is upon as we travel over to the French Riviera for arguably the world’s finest film festival. Whether you’re there in body or spirit, we are baking in the excitement here at Filmotomy. So much so, we have scoured the internet […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 27: Yes, Oui, Cannes

Podcast 27 has us in the mood for sunny Cannes. The film festival is upon us, and while none of us here at Filmotomy are sadly attending this year, we are extremely excited all the same. Our host Bianca is joined by Robin, Jonathan, and Rob as we dig around some of the most anticipated […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 26: In a Toy Store Far, Far Away (The Star Wars Show)

Podcast host BeeBee Fett / BeeBee-8 / Beewok (@thefilmbee) is joined by Wampa Write (@Filmotomy) and Holmes Solo (@MisterBrown_23) for a nostalgic discussion about the toys and merchandise and costumes we grew up with during out Star Wars crazed childhoods. That said, we shamelessly embrace our passion of the Star Wars phenomena as adults. We […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 25 – Judy Garland and the Wicked Studios of the West

In this episode of the Filmotomy Podcast, the subject is the turbulent times of the incredible Judy Garland. The show is hosted by Bianca once again, who is joined in this rather candid discussion by Mr Motto and Mr Holmes. Their journey down the yellow brick road of the disturbing events behind the scenes of […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 24: Cannes NotFix

Welcome to the Filmotomy Podcast Episode 24. In this edition Al hosts once again, and is joined by Daniel and Steve. Now the official selection for Cannes has been announced, they discuss the controversy surrounding the Cannes Film Festival banning Netflix from premiering anymore films at their festival. Have a listen, it’s well worth it. […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 23:

The Red Pill

Welcome to episode 23. In this episode, Bee hosts Rob, Jonathan, and Al as we discuss the results of her Twitter poll questions about films of 1999, and then we delve into the documentary The Red Pill from 2016, directed by Cassie Jaye (@Cassie_Jaye) which chronicles her journey into the mysterious and polarizing Men’s Rights […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 22: The Film Year 1999 – A Kubrick Odyssey

In this podcast we delve into our new series ‘Rewind‘, and the year is 1999. Al returns to host, and is joined by Rob, Jonathan, and Daniel. The team discuss the state of cinema at the end of the century, how movies and the industry were changing, and also talk about some of their favorite […]

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