Speakeasy

The Sound of Music — In the Speakeasy with A Wrinkle in Time Producer Catherine Hand

Was Christopher Plummer really bored about being a part of this film? How many people really remember that the Nazis are involved in the story? And what’s really the best song in the movie? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more when we talk to A Wrinkle in Time producer Catherine Hand about her favorite film, The Sound of Music!

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All That Jazz — Guest DP Nic Sadler

How close is director Bob Fosse’s own life to the lead character? How much did this film influence people like Michael Jackson and Darren Aronofsky? Was Roy Scheider truly the 70s greatest treasure? Tune in to this episode of The Next Reel’s Speakeasy to get these answers and more!

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Local Hero — Guest Re-Recording Mixer Andy Nelson

The Next Reel’s Speakeasy is an ongoing series of ours in which we invite an industry guest to join us and bring along one of their favorite movies to talk about. In this month’s episode, one of the many Andy Nelsons in the film world — specifically Andy Nelson the re-recording mixer — joins us to talk about one of his favorite films, Bill Forsyth’s 1983 film Local Hero.

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Dunkirk — Guest Toby Oliver, DP

Does Christopher Nolan’s use of IMAX cameras feel like a necessary decision? How well does the story work without a central protagonist? Why the three timelines? The Next Reel’s Speakeasy is an ongoing series of ours in which we invite an industry guest to join us and bring along one of their favorite movies to talk about. In this month’s episode, cinematographer Toby Oliver joins us to talk about one of his favorite films, Christopher Nolan’s 2017 film Dunkirk.

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Groundhog Day — Guest Jim Jermanok

This month in the Speakeasy, writer, producer, director, and former agent Jim Jermanok (Passionada, Homophonia) joins us to talk about one of his favorite movies, Harold Ramis’ 1993 film Groundhog Day

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101 Dalmatians — Guests Tom & Tony Bancroft

This month in the Speakeasy, we’re honored to have two guests join us to discuss one of their favorite films: it’s the Bancroft Brothers! That’s right, twin brothers Tom and Tony Bancroft (The Lion King, Mulan, Pocahontas), both of whom are animators, are here to chat about Disney’s 1961 classic One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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The Philadelphia Story — Guest Steve Miner

This month in the Speakeasy, director Steve Miner (Friday the 13th Part 2, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later) joins us to talk about one of his favorites, George Cukor’s 1940 film The Philadelphia Story.

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Apocalypse Now — Guest Paul Cameron

This month in the Speakeasy, cinematographer Paul Cameron (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Collateral, Man on Fire) joins us to talk about one of his favorite films, Apocalypse Now.

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Heat — Guest Jayson Crothers

This month in the Speakeasy, cinematographer Jayson Crothers (The Ghost and The WhaleChicago Fire) joins us to talk about one of his favorite films, Michael Mann’s epic 1995 crime drama Heat.

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