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Ep #007 - James Bond in the 60s
Bart and Jenna get drunk in order to talk about the cultural impact that James Bond had in the 1960s, their love/hate relationship with the series, and of course their opinions on every Bond movie from the decade.
Ep #4 - Cold War Comedies in the 60s
Bart & Jenna navigate the anxiety, arrogance, doubts, patriotism, and humanist longings expressed through comedy during this time of heightening global tension.
Ep #3 - Anna Karina With Godard in the 60s
Since Jean-Luc Godard can cause certain people to run as far away as possible, we decided to tackle his occasionally difficult output in the most approachable way possible: Anna Karina. Bart & Jenna discuss every film the duo made together in the 1960s, from Le Petit Soldat to The Oldest Profession.
Ep #9 - Polish Arthouse Cinema in the 60s
In this episode, it's a veritable who's who of Polish arthouse cinema from the 1960s–including Andrzej Wajda, Roman Polanski, Wojciech Has, Jerzy Skolimowski and more.
Ep #11 - Agnes Varda in the 60s
Bart & Jenna discuss the feature films and shorts of Agnes Varda in the 1960s. They discuss Cleo From 5 to 7, Le Bonheur, Les Creatures, Lion's Love (...And Lies), along with several of her shorts.
Ep #12 - Black Masculinity in the 60s
In this episode, two honkies named Bart & Jenna discuss the topic of black masculinity as seen in both celebrated and criminally under-seen films–from Raisin in the Sun and The Learning Tree to The Cool World and Uptight.
Ep #1 - Everybody's Talkin' in the 60s
Bart & Jenna speak for the first time about why they’re taking the plunge into making this podcast in the first place. They discuss everything from their own personal backgrounds with cinema, what it is they want from a movie, and how to approach older cinema while not betraying your modern values.
Ep #2 - Clint Eastwood in the 60s
Bart and Jenna watch every film Clint Eastwood made in the 1960s, from A Fistful of Dollars to Paint Your Wagon. Join them as they investigate the triumphs and stumbles he took trying to break away from his white-hat television roles in order to build his black-hat film career.
Ep # 13 - LSD Movies in 1967
Jenna & Bart measure a wide range of LSD-centric films from 1967, from cop shorts like LSD Trip Or Trap? to Roger Corman’s psychedelic The Trip.
Ep #6 - Albert Finney in the 60s
Bart and Jenna take a look at all of the films Albert Finney starred in during the 1960s, in honor of his passing earlier this year.
Ep #8 - Musicals in 1964
1964 was a year that represented a real turning point for movie musicals, mixing enduring classics with cutting edge Rock'n'Roll films. Join Jenna and Bart as they traverse the entire spectrum–which includes some of their all-time favorites, a few guilty
Ep #5 - Kiss, Marry, Kill in the 60s: 1960 Edition
Bart and Jenna challenge each other to choose one film from the year 1960 that they love (“Marry”), one film they want to see (“Kiss”), and one film they hate (“Kill”).
Ep #10 - Kiss, Marry, Kill in the 60s: 1961 Edition
Bart and Jenna play Kiss Marry Kill with the year 1961. Including discussion on Les Godelureaux, Girl with a Suitcase, The Innocents, Splendor in the Grass, Accatone and Something Wild.
Ep #14 - Bootleg Bond in the 60s - Derek Flint and Matt Helm
Jenna & Bart discuss every Derek Flint and Matt Helm movie. Both of these American Bond rip-offs represented blatant marketing strategies that were eager to peer into the psyches of the movie-going public. Which will it be, the gadgets or the girls?
Ep #15 - Kiss, Marry, Kill in the 60s: 1962
Bart & Jenna play Kiss Marry Kill with the year 1962. Including discussion on The Trial, Ivan’s Childhood, David and Lisa, The Inheritance, The Chapman Report and Hatari!.
Ep #16 - Michelangelo Antonioni in the 60s
Bart & Jenna talk Michelangelo Antonioni and his complex, heart breaking and sometimes mystifying films–from L’Avventura to Zabriske Point. They also try and dispel some widely repeated narratives about how to watch and read his cinematic language.
Episode 1 – Everybody’s Talkin’ in the ’60s
Welcome to Cinema60, a podcast about the wild and wonderful world of 1960s cinema brought to you by two people who were born over a decade after the fact. Our first episode is a bit of a getting to know you episode, as Bart and Jenna speak for the first time about why they’re taking the plunge into making this podcast in the first place. They discuss everything from their own personal backgrounds with cinema, what it is they want from a movie, and how to approach older cinema while not betraying your modern values. Since this first episode is an introduction, it’s a bit of a scattershot of 1960s cinema choices which were chosen at random. The following films are discussed:• How To Succeed At Business Without Really Trying (1967)  Directed by David Swift. Starring Robert Morse, Michele Lee, & Rudy Vallee  •  The Pleasure Girls (1965)  Directed by Gerry O’Hara. Starring Francesca Annis, Ian McShane & Klaus Kinski•  The Warped Ones (1960)   Directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara. Starring Tamio Kawaji, Yuko Chiyo, & Eiji Gô•  Wild in the Streets (1968)    Directed by Barry Shear. Starring Christopher Jones, & Shelley Winters•  Vedo Nudo (1969)    Directed by Dino Risi. Starring Nino Manfredi
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Podcast Details
Started
Jan 1st, 2019
Latest Episode
Nov 5th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
17
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
Yes
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