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"I have definitely been made to feel threatened." Today on the show, writer/director Julian Higgins joins to discuss his new film GOD'S COUNTRY starring Thandiwe Newton. I had the great pleasure of seeing the film earlier this year at the Bentonville Film Festival and enjoyed it very much, and it's certainly a film that warrants discussion. See the…
 
"Why is absence so heavy to bear?" Today on the show, we wrap up our series on the French New Wave with a look at director Jacques Demy and his 1964 film THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG. We talk about Demy's life and work, and the legacy his films have left behind. Guest Omaya Jones is back once again to help us dig into the film What We've Been Watchin…
 
To see the video of this interview, visit Arthouse Garage on YouTube Back in 2011, Filmmaker Mark Cousins brought us THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY. Now he's returned with a follow-up, called THE STORY OF FILM: A NEW GENERATION. I had the great pleasure of speaking with Mark about the new film, which hits theaters in limited release on September 9, …
 
Today on the show, filmmaker Clayton Henderson returns to discuss the new film 3000 YEARS OF LONGING from director George Miller-- his first since MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The film stars Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba, and it's a wild ride of an adventure film, playing now in theaters. Clayton and I also talk about films we've watched recently, including …
 
"It's like a rumble, from the core of the earth." Today on the show, we talk MEMORIA, the latest from from Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul which is now playing in Little Rock, until September 1st. The film stars Tilda Swinton as a botanist who is awakened one morning by a strange noise, and she becomes obsessed with figuring out where it ca…
 
"What are you, an activist or a bureaucrat?" On this episode, Omaya Jones is back to continue our series on the French New Wave. We talk about a group of filmmakers called the Left Bank, and we focus in on Chris Marker and Agnès Varda, digging into their respective films La Jetée and One Sings, The Other Doesn't. We also talk a bit more about auteu…
 
"They're not as nihilistic as they look on the internet." On this episode, we dig in to the new film from A24 and director Halina Reijn-- BODIES BODIES BODIES. The film is a dark comedy/murder mystery about a group of wealthy gen Z-ers, at each other's throats when one of their friends mysteriously dies during a party game. Arkansas film critic Jor…
 
"Catherine had said, 'One only truly loves for a moment,' but for her, that moment came back again and again." We continue our French New Wave series with our second episode, this one focusing on the concept of auteur theory and the director François Truffaut. After digging into the history, we take a look at Truffaut's 1962 film Jules and Jim. Oma…
 
"The more we talk, the less the words mean." Today on the show, we start a brand new film series on the French New Wave, one of the most significant movements in film history. Cinephile and film podcaster Omaya Jones is back, helping us answer the question "What was the French New Wave?" and dig in to the film Vivre Sa Vie (1962) from director Jean…
 
"What's a bad miracle?" This week on the show, we dig into the latest from director Jordan Peele-- NOPE, starring Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer. Returning to the show is film critic Russell Miller to help us dig in to this wild horror film. Links Russell Miller's review blog Russell Miller on Twitter Connect with Arthouse Garage Support us on Patr…
 
"Isn't that something? Middle of a drought and the water commissioner drowns. Only in L.A." On this episode, we finally finish out our series on Film Noir, this time looking at a Neo-Noir film from 1974, it's Roman Polanski's CHINATOWN, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. The wonderful Rance Collins is back once again to help us close out thi…
 
On this episode, film critic Russell Miller joins the show to count down our top 5 films of 2022 so far. We talk movies big and small, where you can see them, and which ones are our very favorites. Which film will make number 1?? Find all the films we discuss, including honorable mentions, in alphabetical order below along with links to watch them.…
 
The 2022 Bentonville Film Festival was amazing! On this special episode, I break down the films and events I experienced at this year’s fest, complete with a ton of filmmaker interviews. Settle in and I hope a few films spark your interest, and you’ll follow them online. Find links below for all the films and filmmakers mentioned in the episode. Li…
 
Hello! The podcast is taking a 2-week break. But check out some of my recent coverage below, and make sure to follow on social media as a attend the Bentonville Film Festival this weekend! My review of POSER: https://arthousegarage.com/poser/ My video review of PETITE MAMAN, the children's book adaption: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hbi_0dXvk-A…
 
"I got bored one day and put everything on a bagel." Happy Pride Month! On this episode, filmmaker Evelyn Landow returns to the show to discuss the queer themes in the recent film EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. The A24 film from directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert stars Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis, and it'…
 
"Surgery is the new sex." This week on the show, we discuss the latest film from David Cronenberg, CRIMES OF THE FUTURE. Filmmaker Mark Thiedeman and artist Philip Rex Huddleston are two huge Cronenberg fans, and they join the show this week to help contextualize this dense and thought-provoking film. Links Mark Thiedeman's work on Vimeo Phillip Re…
 
Michael J. Dougherty joins the show for a discussion about disability representation in the movies. Andrew recently watched and reviewed the new film THE INNOCENTS from writer/director Eskil Vogt, and took issue with one aspect of the film pertaining to disability. Michael is a filmmaker, writer and disability advocate, and he helps break down some…
 
"Want to play a game? You hide, I'll seek." Today on the show, we look at the new film from Alex Garland-- MEN. The film stars Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear. Filmmaker Corey Clifford returns to the show to help break down the film and its take on toxic masculinity. Plus, Andrew gives his reaction to two recent Arkansas film festivals, the Made in…
 
"I was born when she kissed me. I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me." The film noir series continues this week with 1950's IN A LONELY PLACE. Our classic film genius Rance Collins is back once again to help us break down the film, which stars Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame. The film tells the story of a washed up scr…
 
"Stephen Strange, the Illuminati will see you now." It's a bonus episode! I was invited to participate in a massive group discussion about the latest MCU film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, alongside a whole slew of other film critics and cinema people here in Arkansas. This discussion is a ton of fun, and I loved hearing the insight…
 
“Your face then, it was like a blessing… that film engraved itself in my heart.” On this episode, we discuss the new film from Korean director Hong Sang-soo, called IN FRONT OF YOUR FACE. The wonderful film critic Matt Lucas joins the show to talk about the film and how it fits in to Hong Sang-soo’s filmography. Links Made in Arkansas film festival…
 
"I'm a hustler. I've always been one. But, I love you." The film noir series continues with a look at 1947's NIGHTMARE ALLEY, directed by Edmund Goulding and starring Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell. Rance Collins is back for this discussion-- we talk all about the film and compare it to Guillermo Del Toro’s 2021 remake. Links Rance's podcast, The E…
 
The new film OVER/UNDER from director Sophia Silver stars Emajean Bullock & Anastasia Lee as two friends whose friendship shifts and changes over the years. I had the great pleasure of talking with Sophia, Emajean and Anastasia over zoom to discuss their new film. We talk about inspiration for the film, what it's like watching yourself onscreen, an…
 
"I will avenge you father, I will save you mother, I will kill you Fjölnir" This week, it's a discussion of the new film from Robert Eggers, The Northman. The film stars Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe, and Björk. How does this film compare to Eggers' other features, The Witch and The Lighthouse? Tune …
 
Note: this was recorded on Instagram live so the audio quality is not up to the usual standard. FILMMAKERS AND MOVIE FANS! Don’t miss the Film Development Conference, April 29 & 30th in Bentonville, AR, hosted by the Arkansas Cinema Society. Rachel Norris-Wilson, ACS Director of Education, stopped by to tell us all about it. This exciting new event…
 
"We accidentally built the lunar module a little too small. But we're not gonna let that set us back." On this episode, we've got a review of the new Richard Linklater film, Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood. After that, we're starting a new series! This time, we're looking at classic film and specifically film noir. Rance Collins is back for the n…
 
"Imagine this little girl in the back seat of a white Ford Focus...You see a queer, openly queer woman of color, an Afro Latina who found her strength in life through art." Oscar night has come and gone, and what a wild ceremony it was. Oscars expert and friend of the show Rance Collins returns to talk about the ceremony, the winners, the losers, a…
 
"They think I am hiding in the shadows... but I am the shadows." A new, moodier Batman is here! Tune in to hear Andrew discuss the latest Matt Reeves-directed Batman film with guest Clayton Henderson. Clayton also gives a brief reaction to the Rogers Short Film Festival. After that, filmmaker Kristopher Pistole joins the show to break down the new …
 
"My fate is to love her from afar." On this episode, I've got a review of the new film from Joe Wright and starring Peter Dinklage-- Cyrano. After that, I talk about some of the other things I've been watching, before getting into another discussion about faith and film, this time about the 2015 Robert Eggers film, The Witch. Kat Arcana joins for t…
 
"I'm sure I remember things about you that you've forgotten." On this episode, I've got a review of the Oscar-nominated film from Norway, THE PERSON IN THE WORLD. After that, I give my reactions to the recent Oscar nominations and talk about the other things I've been watching lately. And to wrap up the episode, we continue our series on religious …
 
"How do you know if you want something yourself or if your upbringing programmed you to want it?" On this episode, Evelyn Landow returns to the show to talk about The Matrix Resurrections, the latest from Lana Wachowski and starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss. We talk about the whole series of films as a trans allegory, and we look at it thr…
 
"The universe is on my side, bro." On this episode, my review of the new film from Joel Coen, The Tragedy of Macbeth, starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand. Plus, a look at the new film Red Rocket, from director Sean Baker and star Simon Rex. Arkansas filmmaker Clayton Henderson joins for that discussion. After that, Bethany Wearden join…
 
On this very special Top 10 episode, film critic Philip Price joins the show and helps Andrew count down the very best films of 2021. What will take the #1 spot?? Listen in to find out. Also in this episode, Andrew shares the winners of the Southeastern Film Critics Association annual film awards. Links See all the 2021 SEFCA winners Connect with A…
 
“Nobody knows what they’re doing with these kids. You just have to keep doing it.” On today’s episode, we’ve got a review of the new A24 film from director Mike Mills, C’mon C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman. After that, it’s a review of the new on from Italian Director Paolo Sorrentino, which hits Netflix soon. It’s called The Hand …
 
"Don't you think it should cost less to be alive?" Today on the show we've got a review of the new Netflix film The Power of the Dog from writer/director Jane Campion and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee. After that a look at the fascinating new Thanksgiving film from A24, The Humans, directed by Step…
 
In this episode, I've got reviews of the new film from Wes Anderson, The French Dispatch, and the latest from Edgar Wright, Last Night in Soho. After that, we start a new series called "The Art of Deconstruction: Faith, Doubt & Film." In this series, guests come on the show, talk about the evolution of their religious life, and select a film that h…
 
"Dreams make good stories, but everything important happens when we're awake." On this episode, we've got a discussion with social worker Allison Grigsby Sweatman about the new sci-fi epic Dune, starring Timothée Chalamet. Plus, Omaya Jones returns to finish up the Wong Kar Wai marathon by discussing The Hand and looking back at our favorite Wong K…
 
"Love is all a matter of timing." We've got a review of the new A24 film Lamb, starring Noomi Rapace. Plus, a recap of the Filmland 2021 festival and Omaya Jones is back to break down Wong Kar Wai's 2046. Full episode transcript coming soon Links What Omaya’s been watching Eastbound and Down The Righteous Gemstones Vice Principals Reservation Dogs …
 
“She’s a firecracker, Jim.” On this episode, we have a review of the new film The Eyes of Tammy Faye, from director Michael Showalter and starring Jessica Chastain. After that Omaya Jones is back to discuss a hugely significant film, it’s Wong Kar Wai’s masterpiece, In the Mood for Love. Links Tammy Faye Bakker intreviews gay Christian Steve Pieter…
 
Filmland 2021 is almost here! (And Jessica Chastain is coming!) This year Filmland is happening in the Park. Coming Sept 30 - Oct 3, the festival features film screenings, special guests, workshops, panels, local filmmakers, food trucks, and much more. Jessica Chastain will be here to screen her new film The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and there will also …
 
“I had no regrets till I met you. Now my regrets could kill me.” It’s Tony Leung day at Arthouse Garage! We’re reviewing the newest Marvel movie, Shang-Chi & The Legend of the Ten Rings which stars Tony Leung alongside Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Michelle Yeoh and more. Plus we discuss another Tony Leung film in today’s entry from Wong Kar Wai, called Hap…
 
"3000 people died on your watch... it just gnaws at you." On this bonus episode, we commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 by discussing the new documentary 9/11: Inside the President's War Room. The wonderful filmmaker Obed Lamy returns to the show to discuss the film and he tells us all about his new documentary film, Once Forgotten. Full episo…
 
"Now, may we start?" Andrew welcomes filmmakers Corey Clifford and Ryan Lagod, creators of the film Bossbabes, for a discussion of the new film Annette. Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard star in the new film from director Leos Carax. After that, Omaya Jones is back to continue the Wong Kar Wai series with 1995's Fallen Angels. Full episode transcrip…
 
We continue our marathon through The World of Wong Kar Wai with a look at 1994's hugely influential Chungking Express. Plus, a reaction to the 2021 Bentonville Film Festival including a review of the new film Mogul Mowgli. Omaya Jones joins the show for the Chungking Express discussion. Full episode transcript coming soon. LINKS Bentonville Fim Fes…
 
"Greatness? Why is goodness not enough?" On this episode, we look at the new A24 film The Green Knight, directed by David Lowery and starring Dev Patel. Filmmaker Connor Allen Smith joins for that discussion, and then we continue our series on Wong Kar Wai. Omaya Jones is back to look at the second film in the series, Days of Being Wild. All that, …
 
"Could you maybe not go home tonight?” On this episode, Andrew reviews the latest MCU film BLACK WIDOW with the help of Donavon Thompson. Plus a new marathon with Omaya Jones looking at Criterion’s World of Wong Kar Wai set, starting with AS TEARS GO BY (1988). We also talk about who Wong Kar Wai is as a filmmaker, give our reactions to the physica…
 
"You wanna hear a story about how me and this bitch fell out? It's kind of long but it's full of suspense." We look at the new film Zola from director Janicza Bravo, with the help of guest and filmmaker Sophie Barnes. Plus we finish out the Technicolor marathon with a look at 1948's The Red Shoes. Rance Collins is back for that conversation. Full e…
 
"As long as we obey the laws of physics, we'll be fine." I'm joined by Ben Pearson, senior writer at Slash Film, to break down the latest entry in the Fast & Furious franchise. Ben is a huge fan of the Furious Saga and has some great insights as to why they work as well as they do. Full episode transcript coming soon LINKS Ben Pearson on Twitter Be…
 
On this episode, we continue looking at Queer Cinema in honor of Pride Month. Filmmaker Evelyn Landow joins the show to talk about the documentary Disclosure, which is all about trans representation in the media. Plus, Andrew gives his review of the new Netflix drama Fatherhood, starring Kevin Hart. Full episode transcript coming soon LINKS Evelyn …
 
It's Pride Month! We're dedicating June's episodes to discussions of Queer cinema, starting with 1961's The Children's Hour starring Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine. Rance Collins selected the film and joins the show to discuss. Plus, our review of the award-winning Mexican film New Order. Full episode transcript coming soon. LINKS The Trevor P…
 
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