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Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 23, 2017 6:12 pm

I thought there might be some discussion of the podcast—suggestions for guests, etc.—and I don't want that to fall by default into the episode's show post, so this thread is for that.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 23, 2017 8:22 pm

Jeff Massino of Flicker Alley
Author Frank Thompson (who does podcasts himself)
Michael Schlesinger, Jim Harwood or Stan Taffel (especially when Cinecon is about to start)
Kevin Brownlow
Patrick Stanbury
Brett Wood of Kino
George Willeman of the Library of Congress
Eddie Muller of the San Francisco Noir City Festival.
Author John Bengtson
Dennis Doros or Amy Heller of Milestone Films
Ben Model
Jeff Rapsis
Ken Winokur
Phil Carli
Jon Mirsalis
Dr. Harriet Fields
Paul Gierucki
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 23, 2017 8:29 pm

Many of those are on my mind, and one I've already talked to sometime next month. But thanks!
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 5:49 am

Authors:
Scott Eyman
Leonard Maltin
Cari Beauchamp
Ben Ohmart
Anthony Slide

Anyone who runs a convention:
Michael Haynes
Martin Grams
Jack Theakston

Actors:
Anyone you can get!
Carleton Carpenter
Jimmy Lydon
Hayley Mills
Rhonda Fleming
Dick van Dyke
Arlene Dahl
Ann Blyth
Baby Peggy
Jerry Lewis
Marsha Hunt
Doris Day...
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 12:25 pm

All the above would be wonderful, except for that Doros guy. :? Off the top of my head, and please forgive me on the friends/acquaintances I missed:

Archivists
Paul Spehr, LoC retired
Katie Trainor, MoMA
Chris Horak, UCLA
Paolo Cherchi Usai, GEM
Elif Kanycki Rongen, EYE
Giovana Fosatti, EYE
Ned Thanhauser
Dino Everett, USC
Andrea Kalas, Paramount and AMIA
Grover Crisp, Sony
Schawn Belston, Fox
Theo Gluck, Disney
Edith Kramer, PFA retired
Mike Mashon, Rob Stone, George Willeman, LoC
Bryony Dixon, BFI
Rob Byrne, SF Silent Film Festival
Jere Guldin, PHi
Martin Koerber, Deustche Kinemathek
Anke Wilkening, Murnau Stiftung
Davide Pozzi, L'Immagine Ritrovata at Cineteca di Bologna

Directors who love "old" films
Allison Anders
Charles Burnett

Journalists/Critics
Leonard Maltin
Manohla Dargis
Pamela Hutchinson, Sight & Sound
Kenneth Turan, LA Times

Composers
Neil Brand
Donald Sosin
Ben Model
Rodney Sauer
Maud Nelisen
Dennis Doros
Milestone F&V
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 3:05 pm

How about Richard Barrios?
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 3:58 pm

I'm happy to bring my own spoon to all the free ice cream.

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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 5:24 pm

Well, I'm glad to see that who I want to hear from is also who people here want to hear from. A couple of these desires will be satisfied soon.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 9:08 pm

If I may perchance be permitted? Might it be possible for you to speak with Mr. Ron Hutchinson - him what does all them Vitaphones? I have heard him speak a bit on a You Tube douvre and I think he would be a very interesting candidate to front up to the microphone. (He lurks about Nitrateville too)
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostSat Mar 25, 2017 2:43 am

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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostSat Mar 25, 2017 8:05 am

Mike, if you ever want to talk Radio/Audio drama, especially around the Yuletide, I know a guy...
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostSat Mar 25, 2017 8:44 am

... and Craig Wichman.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostMon Mar 27, 2017 7:39 pm

Has anyone said Serge Bromberg yet?
Film Writer, Director, Actor, Historian, and Bespectacled Young Man.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 30, 2017 7:45 am

I know this may be off-brand for a classic film broadcast, but after this is well under way and you've presented sufficient shows for silent and talkie podcasts to fully establish the Nitrateville trademark, if you're interested, my wife (Rachel Caine) and I may have podcast-worthy interview material. We can discuss topics related to film production, crowdfunding, screenwriting and film acting.

In 2013 we successfully crowdfunded a "film" digital series on Kickstarter based on the first book of her NYTimes best selling Morganville Vampire series. We co-produced the series and eventual DVD. Our cast included Robert Picardo (Star Trek Voyager), Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ben Easter (Independence Day), and many others, including myself.

Released in 2014, we're still engaged in building on the project including prospects for a deal with wider distribution. If you're interested in pursuing any of these topics at a later date, please let us know.

PS: I'd also consider adding known film collectors in the group to your list of podcast interviews, folks like Bruce Calvert and Jim Reid. Their collections and stories would be fascinating topics of interest to all here, IMO.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 30, 2017 11:23 am

R. Cat wrote:
PS: I'd also consider adding known film collectors in the group to your list of podcast interviews, folks like Bruce Calvert and Jim Reid. Their collections and stories would be fascinating topics of interest to all here, IMO.



Yes. I agree.
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostThu Mar 30, 2017 12:53 pm

So as I'm wrapping up episode 2 for next week, just want to say...

1) Thanks for all the suggestions, which will be taken seriously

2) As I said, a few at least will be satisfied very soon!

I'm not aiming for absolute topicality, but I'm certainly happy when I can time a discussion to the release or showing of a title— so that episode 2, which is partly about Behind the Door, should be out when that's released next Tuesday. So if you're working on something, let me know with enough time to plan for that kind of synchronicity (as a couple of people have already).
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Re: Discussion of the podcast— not episode-related

PostMon Apr 03, 2017 6:10 pm

Mike does such a good job on these podcasts I am sure that he has attended and graduated with honours from the "Dad and Dave School for Broadcasting on the Wireless"



If you can't get the above to play because I have yet again stuffed it up due to finding the putting You Tube business in Nitrateville too complicated a procedure for my little brain - here is the direct link:

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