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Arthur Veenema & Andrew Slaughter
A Century in Cinema
Arthur and Andrew discuss a classic film from every year between 1920 and 2020, covering cinematic history and moviemaking techniques, as well as world events related to the films. New episodes posted weekly.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 31 ratings
Loved the Mary Poppins episode!
Y’all also have a very calming presence
Sugarrush94 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/21
This podcast is a fantastic way to travel through time and history while gaining exposure to interesting cinema. Arthur and Andrew are excellent at weaving culture, history, and Hollywood stories into the fabric of the films they discuss, and it makes for a rich, enjoyable experience. The podcast...Read full review »
StephGlynn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/15/21
Engaging and informative
Andrew and Arthur are doing such a good job on this retrospective of the last 100 years of movies. Great variety of classic films, along with a lot I’d never seen before. Super fun to watch a great movie then hear their discussion after!
swildatinton via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/13/21
Recent Episodes
Published 01/25/22
John Carpenter and Kurt Russell team up to Escape from New York as a response to Watergate and the economic decline of New York City. We watch Siskel and Ebert give their television review of this film, and we ask why we really enjoy certain b-movies like this one. Thanks for joining our...
Published 01/25/22
While Ronald Reagan is elected President in the United States, we look to Japan where master filmmaker Akira Kurosawa rekindles his career with Kagemusha. Arthur and Andrew geek out and profess their love for all things Kurosawa, his use of color, and his attention to historical details. Find out...
Published 01/18/22
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