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The Film Comment Podcast

By Film Comment Magazine

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Description

Published since 1962, Film Comment magazine features in-depth reviews, critical analysis, and feature coverage of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world. Our podcast is a weekly space for critical conversation about film, with a look at topical issues, new releases, and the big picture.

Customer Reviews

Excellent content, but volume is way too low

Great discussions going on in this podcast, the only problem is we can't hear them! The volume has to be turned to max on my phone for me to even hear anything. Turn it up, please.

The Most Podcast-y of all Movie Podcasts.

I have never heard more of a realization of that SNL "NPR -Shweaty Balls Sketch" in real life than in this podcast. Interesting content, but there were moments, where I wondered if the hosts had fallen asleep. Maybe add someone with a little more energy. Maybe some wacky sound effects…I don’t know...something. Definitely jack up the volume! At the very least, have these very scholarly dry New York critics sit closer to the mic. Things pick up toward the end.

Volume too low

Great content but can't hear half of it. Speak up, or get better recording equipment.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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