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Podcasts – Steven Benedict
Steven Benedict is a well-known radio broadcaster, college lecturer, writer, producer, and director of films and documentaries.
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4.8 stars from 79 ratings
Great mini-essays on film
Really informative and well written essays and a nice varied selection of films for discussion. One minor critique is that Mr. Benedict has a tendency to spend time listing examples rather than actually discussing the film at hand. So, for example, he will mention a genre or national cinema and...Read full review »
OG Bloke via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/20/19
Best podcast on films!
By far the best podcast on films. Allows you to gain a deeper understanding of your favorite films. Don’t miss it!
Rene Ruiz Diaz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/19/19
Incredibly Informative
I’ve listened to a LOT of movie podcasts, but this one manages to deliver the best amount of and variety of information into the shortest time frame. Super easy to listen to and enjoyable.
Snarkystag via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/19
Recent Episodes
In adapting Wajdi Mouawad’s play, Denis Villeneuve used two time lines to push the past against the present and ask if suffering is the only outcome of war. The post Incendies appeared first on Steven Benedict.
Published 11/17/19
The Palme d'Or winner in 1949, Carol Reed's masterpiece drew on covert sources and unexpected styles and techniques to deliver a melancholic mystery. The post The Third Man appeared first on Steven Benedict.
Published 11/10/19
Ten
Master auteur, Abbas Kiarostami forged an entire career out of defying conventional film grammar to successfully find new ways of presenting the human condition. The post Ten appeared first on Steven Benedict.
Published 11/03/19
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