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Guest Paul Bishop of the Six Gun Justice podcast joins us to discuss The Professionals (1966). From talk of truth and morality, sexism and racism, as well as some memorably badass women warriors, they’ve got quite a bit on their plate.
Beyond their notable soundtracks, all of these movies actively reflect the scores in their filmmaking, resulting in abstract visual punches to non-linear plots. Including The Connection, Repulsion, All Night Long, Mickey One, and more
Bart and Jenna play Kiss Marry Kill with movies in the year 1965, a year where you can feel the rebellion starting to bubble over
Guest author Marshall Terrill speaks to Cinema60 about the life of Steve McQueen and the wild making of Bullitt
Guest Richard A Lertzman talks frankly to Cinema60 about his new book Deconstructing the Rat Pack: Joey, The Mob and The Summit along with breaking down the impetus behind the original Ocean's 11 (1960)
Bart & Jenna investigate the surreal and Catholic-guilt ridden world of atheist filmmaker Luis Buñuel, who with a string of masterpieces–Viridiana, Exterminating Angel, Diary of a Chambermaid and Belle De Jour–positively came into his own in the 1960s.
Ryan Moore of Lost in the Longboxes! joins Bart & Jenna for a discussion on the Barbarella comic and film
Bart & Jenna curate a list of women lead westerns – including Cat Ballou, The Belle Starr Story, Shalako and more
From Modesty Blaise to Branded to Kill, Bart picks a wild mix of international James Bond spoofs with a special deadpan something.
Guest Danny Reid of joins us to talk about James Garner in 36 Hours
Bart and Jenna dive into the early works of New German Cinema, a movement that walks the line between the personal and the political in order to navigate feelings of guilt and anger.
Bart & Jenna welcome guest Natasha Degen, chair of Art Marketing Studies at FIT, to discuss William Klein's Who Are You Polly Maggoo?
Bart & Jenna play Kiss Marry Kill with the year 1964. From Woman in the Dunes to Americanization of Emily to Marnie and more, this episode’s a bit of a deep-dive into the hopelessness of the human condition (but, you know, in a fun way).
In this double-sized episode, Bart & Jenna divide and conquer Loren’s filmography in all of its globe-trotting glory. They discuss four of these films in depth: Two Women, El Cid, Yesterday Today & Tomorrow and A Countess From Hong Kong
Bart & Jenna welcome guest Rachael Guma to talk about her love of Francois Truffaut's Fahrenheit 451 (1966). She in turn blows their minds with a theory about how the film uses squares and circles as a visual language.
Jenna & Bart discuss, in order from the ridiculous to the sublime, several selections from this annus mirabilis of sci-fi films that engage directly with societal anxieties of the future: The Green Slime, Project X, Planet of the Apes, Charly, Je T'aime Je T'aime and 2001: A Space Odyssey
Guest Pauline Kael joins Cinema60 in spirit to talk about one of her favorite films from the ‘60s: Arthur Penn’s Bonnie and Clyde! No reading required as Bart & Jenna argue her case for the film against their own personal misgivings.
Guest Kyle Eagle talks with Bart & Jenna about Sweet Love Bitter, an under watched gritty jazz film starring Dick Gregory
Bart & Jenna venture into a period of decline for Tennessee Williams and are surprised to find so many gems–from Night of the Iguana to The Fugitive Kind. There is also Boom!
Bart & Jenna check out all of the 1960's OSS 117, the French James Bond (who technically came first!)
Author Greg Jackson joins Bart & Jenna to talk about Francesco Rosi's Hands Over The City (Le Mani Sulla Citta)
Bart & Jenna discuss films from 1963 that they want to kiss, marry or kill–including Raven's End, When the Cat Comes, The Executioner, The Big City, Contempt and It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World
Bart & Jenna watch several films based on Faust–a theme that seemed to be on people’s minds in the ‘60s. Including Little Shop of Horrors, Seconds, Bedazzled and more.
Bart & Jenna jump headfirst into Brazil’s Cinema Novo and drown a little bit. While Cinema Novo’s indulgence in political allegory, magical realism and dry satirical humor proves to be rather mystifying to outsiders, those same traits are what makes it brilliant cinema.
Guest Aviva Briefel joins Bart & Jenna in an episode that focuses on Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby. Aviva tells them why this is her favorite film ever and discusses its many themes–including body horror, misogyny, Satanism and bigotry.
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Jan 1st, 2019
Latest Episode
Mar 2nd, 2021
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About 1 hour
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