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United States

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BYU International Cinema

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@byuic

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English

Contact:

801 422 3529


Episodes

Episode 13. Talking Animation and Globalization

4/18/2019
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In this week’s episode of “From the Booth” we talk about Michel Ocelot’s 2006 cross-cultural animated film (00:52) Azur & Asmar as well the latest film from acclaimed anime director...

Duration:00:36:01

Episode 12. Is this Reality or is it a Dream? Opera on Film

4/10/2019
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This week we talk about the films from Opera week at International Cinema: (02:19) the 1989 staging of the modernist Strauss/Hofmannsthal’s Elektra at the Vienna State Opera House; (07:33) Farewell...

Duration:00:33:53

Episode 11. Swimming Upstream

4/3/2019
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This week’s films all featured characters who are swimming upstream although in very different circumstances. We start by talking about Christian Petzold’s 2018 Transit(02:50)–“Casablanca meets Kafka” as one critic wrote....

Duration:00:37:13

Episode 10. Oppression and Self-Expression

3/27/2019
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In this week’s episode, IC assistant director Marie-Laure Julien Oscarson and IC co-director Chip Oscarson are joined by special guest Prof. Greg Stallings (Spanish and Portuguese) to discuss the films...

Duration:00:34:29

Episode 9: Creativity and Disability

3/20/2019
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In this week’s podcast we discuss the interplay of disability and creativity in the films (1:11) Maudie (Aisling Walsh 2016), (5:01) Mademoiselle Paradis (Barbara Albert 2018), and (9:36) A Silent...

Duration:00:30:44

Episode 8: Borg vs. McEnroe and Cléo from 5 to 7 and a Preview of our series “Oppression and Self-Expression”

3/11/2019
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On this week’s podcast we take a deeper look at (0:52) Borg vs. McEnroe (Metz Pedersen, Swedish/Eng. 2017), Agnès Varda’s classic from the French New Wave (04:56) Cléo from 5 to...

Duration:00:27:15

Episode 7. Talking about Los Reyes Mexicanos de Hollywood: the Work and Influence of del Toro, Iñárritu, and Cuarón

3/4/2019
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In this episode we talk with special guests Profs. Greg Stallings (Spanish and Portuguese) and Doug Weatherford (Spanish and Portuguese) about (1:27) The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro, 2017), Biutiful (Alejandro González...

Duration:00:32:36

Episode 6: Visual Style in the Patagonian Desert and the Making of Cary Grant

2/24/2019
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Marc Yamada and Chip Oscarson discuss the interesting use of visual style in this week’s sleeper film The Desert Bride (00:21) as well as the making of Cary Grant in...

Duration:00:24:34

Episode 5: Finding Your Missing Twin (Triplet?) and the Beauty of Collective Cinema

2/17/2019
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This week we discuss last week’s films including the hit documentary Three Identical Strangers (1.00), Rififi (6.00), Three Penny Opera (11.03) as well as introduce next week’s films by transnational Mexican...

Duration:00:23:24

Episode 4. Special Sundance Report.

2/9/2019
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In this special episode, IC directors Chip Oscarson, Marie-Laure Julien Oscarson, and Marc Yamada talk about what they thought were highlights of the 2019 Sundance film festival. Some of the films...

Duration:00:20:37

Episode 3. Valentines Week at IC! Previewing the films for February 13-16

2/9/2019
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In this episode IC students Cecilia and Kat join us to discuss Eating Animals (Quinn, 2017) and Old Stone (Ma, 2016). If you don’t want to hear any spoilers about...

Duration:00:32:25

Episode 2. Brecht, Collective Cinema, and Stealing with Style: Films for February 6-9

2/3/2019
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Prof. Daryl Lee (French & Italian) is in the booth to talk with the IC directors about the Hangmen Also Die (Lang 1943), The Threepenny Opera (Pabst 1931), Rififi (Dassin 1955),...

Duration:00:32:23

Episode 1: Winter 2019 Semester Overview

1/27/2019
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IC directors Chip Oscarson and Marc Yamada are joined by IC programmer Marie-Laure Julien Oscarson to give an overview of the films to be shown during winter 2019 semester. Find...

Duration:00:17:34