The Chicago Film Scene Podcast

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What's better than one episode? Three, but at least there are two for now. I hope you believe me when I say that I'll start uploading these regularly again, but you can't trust, and I can't be trusted.
Nothing changes, time is a flat circle, and truth does not exist
Once again, on our regularly unregular schedule, all the homies hate cancel culture. We still have love for Blade, though. Max is back...for now. He fills us in on his newest venture cinespot.co, What's up with Paramount+? We discuss our favor
You can't keep good guys locked down! We're back and just as mediocre as ever. Speaking of, How about The Little Things? We'll talk you out of watching that along with WW84. Wallstreet Bets is keeping AMC afloat, Nolan leaves Warner Bros., and
We're Back! After a much-needed break, we're back to cover all the topics that matter. What's the highest-grossing film in Croatia? Did we really need home alone to tell us not to be mean to old people? What's worth watching in the final days
We'll be back, and hopefully, you will be too. I didn't forget about the trivia challenge. Stay Tuned.
This is a pretty straight forward topic rundown but if you imagine Micheal Caine Reading it, it's infinitely more interesting. -Welcome back, Nick -Racism ruins Duck Tales -Are you a vaccine early adopter? -Dick made to order -The Old Guard -T
On this week's lesser-known show about nothing, The guys manage to make a Lord of The Rings length episode of meandering nonsense and love every minute of it. Might do it again next week. What else do have to do? Before I forget, Let's play a
Star-Spangled fuckery from sea to shining sea. *insert something witty here*
Like we never left! Black Lives Matter.
The hits just keep on coming. Once again we're going to tell you what's worth a watch. Also, - What is the state of the romantic epic today? - Parks and Rec follows our lead and moves to Zoom - Aaron commits film blasphemy and reviews Lighth
Giving you the least we can since 2019! Kinda phoned it in this week. (where else will you get this kind of honesty?) However, Max gives us a reboot update. Speaking of Max, HBO Max is dropping May 27th. What's on your 420 watchlists? Bad R
Dear, listener. I am writing to you regarding the podcast that we record (almost) every week. I hope that this is bringing you a modicum of joy in these confusing times. May these dick jokes and rants carry you through your darkest days. En
Whaddup?! I hope everyone is staying safe + sane out there. This is the first of a cache of episodes to be released this week. I just want to get it all out there so we're caught up. With that being said, in this episode, we're going to let yo
We need to talk. This isn't working for me and I think it's time we move on. I mean, it's not like between the graveyard of cancellations, shows that have overstayed their welcome, werewolves not getting their fair shake, and spending all of y
The Chicago Film Scene dedicates an entire episode to discussing whether or not George R.R. Martin has a model train collection. A lot of you asked for this, so don't get mad! Join at https://chicagofilmscene.com
Audio issues strike again. (brought to you by anchor.fm) However, the CFS Crew just keeps on truckin'. In this episode, Aaron, Joe, and Wan give you the fresh news and hot takes from weeks ago. Due to the aforementioned audio problems, Aaron wa
It was all good in February. Truth be told, I treated editing these episodes like a chore. After all, it takes a lot of effort to make us sound like we know what we're talking about. I must say that it's refreshing to listen back and have a fe
The Scene asks the tough questions. - What's up with Wan's eye this week? - What does Parasite winning Best Picture mean for expectations going forward? - Eminem? - the line between method acting and irresponsibility - Do we deserve to have K
We're live at the Arrogant Frog Bar and we are honored to be joined by Kate "kick-ass" Levinson of Levinson Locations(Levinsonlocations.com). We got a chance to speak with her about how she got her start, a day in the life of a Location Manager
Aaron, Joe and Wan talk/rant about non-profit status, pimps and telling boomers, OK.
The Chicago Film Scene talks about the darker side of life with Ben Nissen! Like films? Want to make them? Join the scene at www.chicagofilmscene.com
We are back with Josh da Silva, the Director of Acquisitions at Cow Lamp Films in Chicago. If you're a filmmaker who wants to learn how to get someone to buy their film... this is the podcast for you! But first, join at our website: https://chi
The Director of the Illinois Film Office, Peter Hawley, joins the Chicago Film Scene crew for a discussion on the film industry in Illinois and beyond. If you're looking to get involved in film, this is a great place to start. Then, join us on
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