MovieTime - Full program podcast
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MovieTime is a program for everyone who loves movies. It's a lively, entertaining and comprehensive wrap of movie reviews, interviews and behind-the-scenes information. One single audio file of each program - good for continuous listening.
||Movietime January 27 2013||In this last episode of Movietime, Julie Rigg reflects on a 40+ year career with Weekend Arts presenter Sarah Kanowski. Plus, a couple of highlights from Julie's time at RN: a 2003 interview with Danish director Lars Von Trier, just after he made Dogville||1/26/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime January 24 2013||This week on Movietime Summer an interview with 'the mother of the French new Wave', Agnes Varda. The interview was recorded in 2001, just after the release of her marvellous documentary The Gleaners and I, a film about the tradition of gleaning crops aft||1/23/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime January 17 2013||This week on Movietime's Summer series something quite special -- and never before broadcast -- a panel discussion with the master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami featuring Julie Rigg with critics David Stratton and Adrian Martin.||1/16/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime January 10 2013||On Movietime's Summer series this week, an in depth conversation with Benh Zeiltin, director of one of the more remarkable films released this past year: Beasts of the Southern Wild. Set in a rough and ready community called The Bathtub, deep in the Louis||1/9/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime January 3 2013||This week on Movietime's Summer series we look back at one of the big events for Australian cinema in 2012, The Sapphires. Adapted by Tony Briggs from his own hit musical, it's a film about four young Aboriginal women (Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Sha||1/2/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime December 27 2012||This week on Movietime's Summer series we follow up our discussion with film scholar Mark Cousins, writer and director of The Story of Film: An Odyssey, and take up the question of alternative approaches to understanding film history -- or maybe histories||12/26/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime December 20 2012||This week we’re talking blockbuster adaptations. Ang Lee discusses bringing the ‘unfilmable’ Life of Pi to the screen, plus we review two Boxing Day films with strong antipodean links: Les Miserables, starring Hugh Jackman and Russel Crowe, and Pete||12/19/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||MME December 13 2012||That’s Amore! This week three new romantic comedies set in Italy, France and the US give us very different takes on love. The French film, Paris- Manhattan, stars Alice Taglioni as an unlucky-in-love pharmacist who’s obsessed with Woody Allen. But do||12/12/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||MME 6 December 2012||At 82, Clint Eastwood is still powering on, as actor as well as director. Trouble With the Curve gives him a chance to shine, as an ageing baseball scout with failing eyesight and seasoned judgment. Amy Adams plays the lawyer daughter he used to take on||12/5/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 29 November 2012||This week, a special report on the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. Now in its sixth year, the Asia Pacific Screen Academy is building a ground breaking cultural collaboration across the region. We meet this year’s winners, writer-director Emin Alper, an||11/28/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 22 November 2012||Film News. The First Fagin. Skyfall. Interview with Barbara Broccoli. Gangs of Wasseypur: interview Manoj Bajpayee and Anurag Kashyap . Two Days in New York (online only).||11/21/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 15 November 2012||Film News. Two Little Boys. Robot and Frank. The Angels' Share. Dead Europe. Interview with Julie Delpy.||11/14/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 8 November 2012||A bumper Movietime this week. Jason di Rosso talks with Paul Thomas Anderson about his dark, disturbing film The Master, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as a manipulative cult leader and Joaquin Phoenix as a brain-addled disciple. Julie Rigg talks with||11/7/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||MovieTime - 2012-11-01||On Movietime this week, a duo of French films. You Will be My Son is a strong family drama about succession in a French vineyard, as a formidable father chooses to pass over his own son in favour of the son of his foreman. And we meet Bouli Lanners, the d||10/31/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 25 October 2012||This week on Movietime, we meet Amiel Courtin-Wilson, whose new film Hail is groundbreaking Australian cinema. We also meet Mark Cousins, whose monumental, 15 hour documentary series The Story of Film: An Odyssey is a seductive guide to the development o||10/24/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime October 18 2012||Oliver Stone takes on the Mexican drug cartel wars in Savages, Woody Allen, at 77 back on screen in To Rome with Love, and the strangely engaging Safety Not Guaranteed, a film which began with a personal ad. We talk with its director, Colin Trevorrow.||10/17/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 11 October 2012||On Movietime this week: Lawless, Killing Them Softly and the poetry of violence. Two Hollywood based Australian directors, John Hillcoat (Lawless) and Andrew Dominik (Killing Them Softly) have new films out this week: both dark, polished essays in power,||10/10/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime 4 October 2012||This week: Mental...it’s OK to be funny. Director PJ Hogan’s new comedy not only questions the odd behaviour we accept as 'normal' but confronts an even larger taboo: that one shouldn’t make jokes about mental illness. Better to treat the mad eith||10/4/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime September 27 2012||On Movietime this week we meet Toni Collette, star of the upcoming PJ Hogan comedy Mental, and Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries), the Brazilian filmmaker whose screen version of Kerouac’s On The Road opens here this week. In Trash and Treasure Pete||9/27/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime September 20 2012||Film News. Hotel Transylvania. Ruby Sparks. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days. Bait 3D. Lore. Interview with Cate Shortland. Last Will (Web only).||9/20/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime September 13 2012||This week, the magical fantasy Beasts of the Southern Wild, finally in cinemas. A film unlike any other you’ve seen. And we are tipping an Oscar nomination for its young star Qvenzhane Wallis. Plus, its director Benh Zeitlin tells us how to train a pig||9/13/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Movietime September 6 2012||This week we meet Kath and Kim to talk about maternal guilt, Kimmy’s first tantrum and the influence of Italian neo realism on their film Kath and Kimderella. Plus an interview with Philippe Falardeau, writer director of the Oscar nominated Monsieur La||9/6/12||Free||View In iTunes|
good reviews and great interviews
i've been listening to this for over a year now and always like hearing what Julie Rigg has to say. Films show up later in Australia than the US release dates but some Australian films never get shown here at all. She has an interesting slant and intelligent comments on whatever she
chooses to talk about. Best of all she really loves movies. When she goes on a field trip to a festival or takes a break her replacements are almost (but not quite) as good.
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