Thursday, October 3, 2013

Special Episode - The 51st New York Film Festival #2 (Monica Castillo)

Much of the fun of a festival like the New York Film Festival is experiencing the works of major auteurs from the front lines, but it's also about finding something small, unique, and truly exciting. For this second podcast report from the preeminent Manhattan film festival, Boston film critic Monica Castillo tracks her way down to coast to join Peter for another week through the festival, including the US premiere of the latest film from the Coen brothers, Inside Llewyn Davis. But beyond mellow 60s folk rock, there's surrealism in Taipei with the latest of Tsai Ming-Liang, melancholic love with Philipe Garrel, and another comedic head-scratcher from Romania. All this and more as NYFF continues its 51st run.

0:00-1:54 Opening 
3:00-12:39 The Coens' Inside Llewyn Davis
13:38-23:30 Joanna Hogg's Exhibition
24:24-32:13 Corneliu Porumboiu's When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism
33:31-41:33 Phillipe Garrel's Le Jealosie
43:05-1:01:05 Tsai Ming-Liang's Stray Dogs
1:01:06-1:02:48 Close
Read Monica Castillo's work on Dig Boston, Bitch Magazine, The Phoenix. Hear her on Film Geek Radio.
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Notes, Links, and Corrections from the Conversation
-Trivia stays open for another week! Listen to last week's episode for the question
-The Coens' Inside Llewyn Davis
-Kent Jones on the Coens is in Jones's Physical Evidence
-Glenn Kenny on Inside Llewyn Davis
-The bad Jeff Bridges movie is Crazy Heart
-"Hang Me, Oh Hang Me"
-Joanna Hogg's Exhibition
-Peter on Neighboring Sounds and The Strange Little Cat
-A review in The Guardian 
-Locarno Critics Academy member Michael Pattison interviews Hogg
-Corneliu Porumboiu's When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism
-A brief interview with Porumboiu
-Phillipe Garrel's Le Jealosie
-I put a spoiler beep in the discussion!
-Boris Nepelo connects Jealousy to Garrel's own past -Tsai Ming-Liang's Stray Dogs
-A guide to understanding Deleuze on the Time-Image (In Cinema 2)
-Blake Williams on Stray Dogs and Tsai

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