Filmed In Canada, A Podcast About Canadian Movies.

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A podcast about Canadian movies.

Episodes

  • VIFF 2017 Wrap-up - Filmed in Canada Ep.46

    19/10/2017

    VIFF 2017 is over so Chris, William and Alexander debrief at length on the movies they watched. Award winners Black Cop, Unarmed Verses and Never Steady, Never Still are discussed. Hear reactions to The Green Fog show with live music by Kronos Quartet. They also comment on: Meditation Park, Luk'Luk'I, Rupture, Shadow Nettes, The Martyr, The Tesla World Light, Maison du bonheur, Our People Will Be Healed, Hondros, The Divine Order, Sami Blood, Disappearance (they mistakenly call it Remembrance), Lady Bird, The Bolshoi, Still Night, Still Light, Infiltration and Blue. It's a long one.Download this episode here. (111 MB)

  • VIFF 2017 Check-in - Filmed in Canada Ep.45

    07/10/2017

    Alexander Cairns, Chris Savory and William Lee are attending the 36th Vancouver International Film Festival. In our mid-festival update we talk about films from Canada and elsewhere: Maison du bonheur, Fail to Appear, The Cresent, In the Fade, Luk'Luk'I, The Party, Shut Up and Say Something, Keep Talking, Eye on Juliet, The Divine Order, Worst Case We Get Married and Happy End. Download this episode here. (28 MB) VIFF 2017 runs from September 28 to October 13.

  • Pink Ribbons, Inc. - Filmed in Canada Ep.44

    28/09/2017

    Chris joins William to self-examine their reactions to the documentary Pink Ribbons, Inc. Then Alexander returns (after 38:30) to hype their coverage of the 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival, which happens September 28 to October 13. Download this episode here. (54 MB) Find out more about the movie on IMDb: Pink Ribbons, Inc..

  • Jean of the Joneses - Filmed in Canada Ep.43

    11/09/2017

    Alexander and William of the podcasts spend time with Jean of the Joneses. Writer-director Stella Meghie's women-centred comedy gives these two dudes something to talk about.Download this episode here. (25 MB) For more about the movie discussed in this episode, follow the IMDb link to Jean of the Joneses.

  • Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz - Filmed in Canada Ep.25

    09/09/2017

    Adam Abrams joins William Lee to talk about The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. The 1974 movie starring Richard Dreyfuss, directed by Ted Kotcheff and written by Mordecai Richler chronicles a young man's efforts to make a name for himself in 1950s Montreal. We recorded on a sunny day and could not resist sitting outside so please excuse the background noise in this episode.Download this episode here. (36 MB) For more about the movie discussed in this episode, follow the IMDb link to The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.

  • Hyena Road - Filmed in Canada Ep.21

    09/09/2017

    William and Alexander take a detour into enemy territory to discuss Hyena Road. The war movie written and directed by Paul Gross tells a story of Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan. What's the weather like in Quebec, Quebec? Download this episode here. (60 MB) Here are the IMDb links to the movies and TV shows discussed in this episode: Hyena Road, Bring Me the Head of Tim Horton, Sense8 and Psych.

  • Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance - Filmed in Canada Ep.42

    29/08/2017

    William and Alexander return from summer vacation to talk about Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance. Alanis Obomsawin's documentary captures the Oka Crisis of 1990 from behind the barricades. Also, Alexander's short on Kamloops and brief summer movies commentary. Download this episode here. (50 MB) Alanis Obomsawin's films are available for viewing on the NFB website. Find out more about the movie on IMDb: Kanehsatake.

  • O. Corbin Saleken Interview - Filmed in Canada Ep.41

    07/08/2017

    Bonus interview episode! Filmmaker O. Corbin Saleken tells Alexander and William about his experience making and selling Patterson's Wager. He shares observations on the current state of indie film distribution plus side notes on Violent and I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore. Download this episode here. (33 MB) Corbin's movie is available on DVD. Find out more about the other movies mentioned on their IMDb pages: Violent, I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore.

  • Patterson's Wager - Filmed in Canada Ep.40

    31/07/2017

    All bets are off when Alexander and William talk about Patterson's Wager, director O. Corbin Saleken's movie about a man who can see two minutes into the future. We predict you'll be finished listening to this episode in about half an hour. Download this episode here. (32 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Patterson's Wager.

  • Hard Core Logo - Filmed in Canada Ep.39

    18/07/2017

    William and Alexander are back from a disastrous road trip to talk Canadian movies. Indie filmmaker Corbin Saleken is along for the ride to discuss Hard Core Logo. Detours to Get Out, Andrei Rublev and the Bachelorette included.Download this episode here. (60 MB) IMDb links to the movies and TV show mentioned in this episode are here: Hard Core Logo, Get Out, Andrei Rublev and The Bachelorette.

  • Maudie - Filmed in Canada Ep.38

    27/06/2017

    Love is complicated when Alexander and William talk about Maudie. The new Canada-Ireland co-production tells the story of Nova Scotia's beloved folk painter. This episode is a shortie but a goodie. Download this episode here. (20 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Maudie.

  • Filmed in Canada: Videodrome

    09/06/2017

    Videodrome gets probed by William and Alexander in this episode. David Cronenberg's pulsating examination of the effects of mass technology on humanity stills gets under our skin. Download this episode here. (40 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Videodrome.

  • Filmed in Canada: Bon Cop, Bad Cop

    20/05/2017

    Alexander and William investigate Bon Cop, Bad Cop in this episode. Can movie fans from opposite sides of the room work together to understand the popularity of this 2006 action-comedy?Download this episode here. (50 MB) Find out more about this movie on its IMDb page: Bon Cop, Bad Cop.

  • Filmed in Canada: Goon

    27/04/2017

    William and Alexander drop the gloves to talk about Goon. Director Michael Dowse's 2011 hockey movie, written by Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg, will knock your teeth out.Download this episode here. (42 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Goon, Hello Destroyer, Downhill Racer and Across the Line.

  • Filmed in Canada: Stories We Tell

    10/04/2017

    Alexander and William get personal about Stories We Tell. Sarah Polley's documentary about family secrets and the fragility of memories gets talked about along with tangents to Space Jam and The Usual Suspects.Download this episode here. (48 MB) IMDb links to the movies mentioned in this episode are here: Stories We Tell, Space Jam and The Usual Suspects.

  • Filmed in Canada: Our Man in Tehran vs. Argo

    27/03/2017

    Alexander, William and Chris have much to declare in this talk about Our Man in Tehran. Unavoidably, they compare the documentary about the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis against the Oscar-winning movie Argo. Who is the real hero: Gordon Pinsent or Batman?Download this episode here. (54 MB) IMDb links to the movies and TV shows mentioned in this episode are here: Our Man in Tehran, The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty and Vietnam: A Television History.

  • Filmed in Canada: Window Horses

    13/03/2017

    Taylor Ramos and Tony Zhou join William and Alexander to chat about Window Horses (The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming). Ann Marie Fleming's animated feature opened theatrically in Canada on March 10. Listeners note: Plot spoilers at 34:00-36:00 and we analyze the movie's ending around 49:00-52:30.Download this episode here. (56 MB) Follow these links to the movie's IMDb page and official site.

  • Filmed in Canada: No Men Beyond This Point

    23/02/2017

    Alexander and William go out of bounds to talk about No Men Beyond This Point. Director-writer Mark Sawers's satirical movie looks at life in an alternate reality where men are obsolete. Also, we don't talk about the Oscars.Download this episode here. (58 MB) IMDb links to the movies and TV shows mentioned in this episode are here: No Men Beyond This Point, The Office, Nirvana the Band the Show and Napoleon.

  • Filmed in Canada: Cube

    10/02/2017

    Trapped in a diabolical podcast of their own creation, Alexander and William talk about the 1997 horror movie Cube. Plot spoilers at roughly 34:30-38:30. You've been warned.Download this episode here. (43 MB) IMDb links to the movies and TV show mentioned in this episode are here: Cube, Memento, Saw, Oz, and Voyage of Time.

  • Filmed in Canada: I've Heard the Mermaids Singing

    26/01/2017

    The trite is made podcast when William and Alexander talk about I've Heard the Mermaids Singing. The lads explore their feelings over director Patricia Rozema's 1987 movie about love among ladies. Digressions and tangents abound. Check out Alexander's compiled list of the TIFF Canada's All-Time Top Ten ballots.Download this episode here. (45 MB) IMDb links to some of the movies mentioned in this episode are here: I've Heard the Mermaids Singing, Moonlight and Mr. Holland's Opus.

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