Filmed In Canada, A Podcast About Canadian Movies.

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A podcast about Canadian movies.

Episodes

  • Marion Bridge - Filmed in Canada Ep.65

    Marion Bridge - Filmed in Canada Ep.65

    01/08/2018

    William and Chris welcome listeners through the back door to hear their thoughts on Marion Bridge. The movie is based on the play by Daniel MacIvor. Family secrets are not explicitly revealed but they compare this tale of sisters to the movie Sisters (1972) and the movie Sisters (2015). Download this episode here. (40 MB) Find out more about the movies we mentioned on the IMDb pages for Marion Bridge, Short Term 12 and Lady Bird.

  • Indian Horse - Filmed in Canada Ep.64

    Indian Horse - Filmed in Canada Ep.64

    09/07/2018

    Based on the novel by Richard Wagamese, Indian Horse is about an Indigenous boy whose hockey skills give him a chance to survive the Indian residential school system. Alexander and William gingerly talk about a shameful chapter of Canada's history while discussing a new movie in this episode. Speaking of shameful history, 1971's Face-Off pops up in conversation again. Download this episode here. (51 MB) Find out more about the movies we mentioned on these IMDb pages: Indian Horse and The Invitation. We talked about Face-Off on an older episode.

  • Matthew Taylor Blais and Manny Mahal Interview Pt.2 - FiC Ep.63

    Matthew Taylor Blais and Manny Mahal Interview Pt.2 - FiC Ep.63

    19/06/2018

    Hear part two of Alexander's interview with Matthew Taylor Blais and Manny Mahal. Matthew kicks things off with details on Sital Cinema, their new distribution platform. Their talk transitions toward Manny's shorts For My Mother and The Lift, then suddenly veers into uncharted territory as Manny professes his unconditional love for the very buff, very Austrian (and by implication, non-Canadian) Arnold Schwarzenegger.Download this episode here. (38 MB) Watch Manny's short film For My Mother and Manny's short film The Lift, both on YouTube. Follow Matthew on Twitter as @matttblais and demand to see Forest Movie.

  • Matthew Blais and Manny Mahal Interview - FiC Ep.62

    Matthew Blais and Manny Mahal Interview - FiC Ep.62

    04/06/2018

    In the first of a two part interview, Matthew Taylor Blais and Manny Mahal join Alexander to discuss their film Forest Movie, which premiered at VIFF in 2017 as part of the Future//Present program. They also prognosticate on the future of film consumption, and how the theatre and home viewing environments provide fundamentally different experiences for the viewer.Download this episode here. (44 MB) Follow Matt on Twitter as @matttblais and demand to see Forest Movie. Look for Manny's films through Sital Cinema on YouTube.

  • Face-Off - Filmed in Canada Ep.61

    Face-Off - Filmed in Canada Ep.61

    21/05/2018

    We defrost the classic Canadian hockey drama Face-Off for examination. Art Hindle plays the star rookie in the 1971 movie about the NHL lifestyle. Black Dog Video's Darren Gay joins William and Alexander to chat about unconvincing love stories, men's fur coats, old-school Maple Leafs and champagne showers. Download this episode here. (50 MB) Find out more about the movies we mentioned on these IMDb pages: Face-Off, Youngblood, Hello Destroyer and One Sings, the Other Doesn't. We talked about Goon on an older episode. SCTV's parody of the movie is called Power Play.

  • Manufactured Landscapes - Filmed in Canada Ep.60

    Manufactured Landscapes - Filmed in Canada Ep.60

    07/05/2018

    Alexander is joined again by Vancouver filmmaker Paige Smith to discuss Jennifer Baichwal’s 2006 documentary Manufactured Landscapes. While the focus of the discussion remains on Edward Burtynsky’s stunning large format photography, they also spend time relating the film to the Vancouver housing crisis and stigma around foreign buyers.Download this episode here. (43 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Manufactured Landscapes, Machines and Last Train Home.

  • Mini Episode - Filmed in Canada Ep.59 1/2

    Mini Episode - Filmed in Canada Ep.59 1/2

    02/05/2018

    William and Alexander apply their new rating system to two previously discussed movies on this mini episode. You can hear their original comments on Ginger Snaps and Take This Waltz on earlier episodes. Also, hear a teaser from a future episode with a special guest.Download this episode here. (20 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Carrie, In the Mood for Love. We talked about Ginger Snaps and Take This Waltz on previous episodes of this podcast.

  • Paige Smith Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.59

    Paige Smith Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.59

    16/04/2018

    Alexander is joined by local filmmaker Paige Smith to discuss her experimental short Watching Us. Paige details her interest in exploring how the act of being watched may alter one’s behaviour, the pornography industry's effect on society’s understanding of female sexuality and the challenge to be true to oneself when others have a different idea of how we should behave.Download this episode here. (32 MB) Follow Paige's tweets as @paigemarysmith. We also use the Twitter as @filmedincanaduh.

  • Léolo - Filmed in Canada Ep.58

    Léolo - Filmed in Canada Ep.58

    02/04/2018

    William and Alexander examine controversial critics' fave Léolo. TIFF ranked the 1992 movie as the fifth all-time best Canadian film but these podcasters are unsure about its reputation. Their chat covers expectations of the coming-of-age story, potentially unethical demands on young actors and disturbing sexual awakenings.Download this episode here. (49 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Léolo, Naked Lunch; and we talked about C.R.A.Z.Y. on a previous episode of this podcast. Mr. Fly compiled TIFF's all-time top Canadian films, expanded to a list of 100, on Letterboxd.

  • Heavy Metal - Filmed in Canada Ep.57

    Heavy Metal - Filmed in Canada Ep.57

    19/03/2018

    Stay up past midnight to hear Alexander, Chris and William talk about the cult hit, animated, anthology movie Heavy Metal. Does this collection of edgy fantasy stories still rock in our morally enlightened times? The answer might not shock you but the discussion is peppered with barbarians, robots, zombies and gratuitous drawn nudity.Download this episode here. (47 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Heavy Metal, The Fifth Element, Anvil: The Story of Anvil, Belladonna of Sadness, John Carter, Pink Floyd: The Wall, The Lord of the Rings and Crumb.

  • Mina Shum Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.56

    Mina Shum Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.56

    06/03/2018

    Writer-director Mina Shum talks with Chris and William about her film Meditation Park. They chat about moms and families across all cultures, Asian representation in movies and TV, and standing up to city bylaw enforcement. Listen to our VIFF 2017 wrap-up episode to hear our thoughts on the movie.Download this episode here. (47 MB)Find out more about the movie on its IMDb page: Meditation Park. Also check out our episode on Shum's Double Happiness.

  • Trailer Park Boys: The Movie - Filmed in Canada Ep.55

    Trailer Park Boys: The Movie - Filmed in Canada Ep.55

    19/02/2018

    The Trailer Park Boys made a movie and we made a podcast. William and Alexander discuss the first big screen adventure of Nova Scotia's favourite losers. Weed, TV memories and Canadian money are among the digressions.. Download this episode here. (45 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Trailer Park Boys: The MovieStay in touch with us between episodes via Facebook.

  • Incendies - Filmed in Canada Ep.54

    Incendies - Filmed in Canada Ep.54

    05/02/2018

    Alexander and William are fired up about Incendies. Denis Villeneuve's 2010 movie was based on a play by Wajdi Mouawad. Civil war, family secrets and Radiohead fan the flames of their discussion. Download this episode here. (53 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: IncendiesStay in touch with us between episodes via Facebook.

  • Back to Gods Country - Filmed in Canada Ep.53

    Back to God's Country - Filmed in Canada Ep.53

    22/01/2018

    William and Alexander give their talky treatment to Back to God's Country, the 1919 silent movie starring Nell Shipman and an assortment of animals. Join us on a journey back to the wilderness and filmmaking attitudes of nearly 100 years ago. Pit stops in Victoria, BC and Cabazon, CA. Download this episode here. (47 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Back to God's CountryStay in touch with us between episodes via Facebook.

  • Black Christmas - Filmed in Canada Ep.52

    Black Christmas - Filmed in Canada Ep.52

    08/01/2018

    We start the New Year with business from last Christmas. Alexander, Chris and William open the gift of the 1974 horror classic Black Christmas. It's the Canadian thriller that became the template for countless slasher imitators and inspired a theme song by William. Alexander asks if it is a feminist movie?Download this episode here. (47 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Black Christmas, Blow Out, Peeping Tom and Halloween.

  • C.R.A.Z.Y. - Filmed in Canada Ep.51

    C.R.A.Z.Y. - Filmed in Canada Ep.51

    18/12/2017

    William and Alexander have positive reactions to C.R.A.Z.Y.  Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, this 2005 movie is about surviving the 1970s, Quebec winters, Christmas and family. This is our last episode of the year. Happy holidays. Download this episode here. (48 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: C.R.A.Z.Y.Stay in touch with us between episodes via Facebook.

  • The F Word - Filmed in Canada Ep.50

    The F Word - Filmed in Canada Ep.50

    04/12/2017

    What if two friends occasionally meet to talk about Canadian movies? William and Alexander navigate the pitfalls of being podcasting pals while they chat about the 2013 relationship movie The F Word. Also known as What If, it's the second Michael Dowse film we've put under the scope. Download this episode here. (50 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: The F Word. We talked about Goon on an earlier episode.

  • Nathan Douglas Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.49

    Nathan Douglas Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.49

    21/11/2017

    Filmmaker Nathan Douglas is back this week to talk about his films Son in the Barbershop and Cave of Sighs. Stick around to the end to hear Alexander and Nathan discuss Terrence Malick and his artistic trajectory since The New World. Please reach out Nathan or us if you are interested in watching his films.Download this episode here. (52 MB) Find out more about Nathan's films at the Stoneridge Films website.

  • The Red Violin - Filmed in Canada Ep.48

    The Red Violin - Filmed in Canada Ep.48

    06/11/2017

    All is not sweetness and delicacy and harmony when William and Chris share their thoughts on The Red Violin. The award-winning 1998 movie was the art house darling in its day. Our podcasters think its time is up. Download this episode here. (53 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: The Red Violin.

  • Jesus of Montreal - Filmed in Canada Ep.47

    Jesus of Montreal - Filmed in Canada Ep.47

    25/10/2017

    Filmmaker Nathan Douglas joins Alexander to testify to the miracle of Jesus of Montreal. Bless this podcast, listeners, by hearing their chat on Denys Arcand's celebrated movie. Download this episode here. (56 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Jesus of Montreal.

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