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Reviews of this week's new releases, interviews with filmmakers, and animated discussions on various aspects of the industry with a rotating cast of film critics and host, KPCC’s Larry Mantle. FilmWeek critics include Justin Chang (Variety), Tim Cogshell (Alt Film Guide), Andy Klein (LA Times Community Newspaper Chain), Christy Lemire (YouTube’s “What the Flick”), Lael Loewenstein (Variety), Wade Major (IGN’s, Amy Nicholson (LA Weekly), Claudia Puig (Napa Valley Film Festival), Peter Rainer (Christian Science Monitor) & Charles Solomon (Animation Scoop).

Customer Reviews

Good but volume spikes

Great podcast, but please look into some volume adjustment. Voices range from barely audible to painfully loud.

Please modulate podcast volume

Almost unlistenable due to the spikes in volume which force the normal volume levels to be lower than other podcasts. Listener has to raise the volume listen to the quiet sections but risks being blasted during the volume spikes which occur sporadically. Could be a 4 if the sound issues are worked out, but will delete the podcast if the issues aren't addressed. Listening in fear of getting my eardrums blown out isn't a pleasant experience.

Smart reviews... Great host

I like this show... It gives me a good feel about the movies out there. Even if i disagree with the reviews (not very often), I know why and that I would like the movie anyways. These are smart critics who probably see too many movies and often don't enjoy a more popular title. An especially great show for the independent film lover.