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Indiewire: Screen Talk

By Indiewire: Screen Talk

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Each week on Screen Talk, Indiewire's chief film critic Eric Kohn talks with Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson about the indie film world and beyond -- from film festivals to new releases and the future of the business.

Customer Reviews

Great except for one thing

I'm a big fan of this podcast and the unique perspective Eric and Anne discuss each week, but I have one major issue with it - this podcast is never mixed properly! Some episodes are extremely quiet and nearly impossible to listen to anywhere that's not silent. I like listening on the subway on my way home from work but I can't make out a word even at full volume. Please please find someone to properly mix your show!

Bad Sound, But Good Content

If only I didn’t have to max out the volume and strain to hear what was being said, then this would be a better podcast where I could enjoy the interesting conversations more. Sometimes the conversation is in a very distracting environment too, with noise clanging in the background. You just need to hire a sound professional to help you capture better sound and mix the podcast.

Share the stage, you two.

A decent listen overall; however, either Anne should learn to wait her turn and stop interrupting and thus sounding so pompous, or Eric needs to better assert himself into the convo! These discussions are worthy of a podcast because BOTH opinions are valid and necessary for the flow of conversation. Greg and Jim do a great job with this on their Sound Opinions podcast, and they’ve almost always got differing opinions, but still sound professional and respectful. At first, I inherently dug that my fellow woman was taking the reigns here, but, after a while, it’s tiring hearing her constantly interrupt one one-up, and equally tiring hearing Eric constantly yield. Often sounds more like a sibling squabble than intelligent discussion.