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Film Studies: New York Movies

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Film critics Dana Stevens of Slate and Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman discuss the quintessential New York films, the classics, the recent classics, and the forgettable ones. What's your all-time favorite New York movie?

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Film Studies

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Film critics Dana Stevens of Slate and Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman join us each week in October to talk about films. This week: movies set in New York, from Michael Clayton to American Gangster. What's your all-time favorite New York movie?

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Film Studies

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Film critics Dana Stevens of Slate and Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman join us for the month of October to talk about films. This week: the fall crop of films about the War on Terror.

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Screening the War

Thursday, October 11, 2007

This fall, a new wave of Hollywood movies takes on issues in the War on Terror. Director Brian De Palma talks about his new film “Redacted” and we’ll review some of the others with film critics Owen Gleiberman and Dana Stevens. Plus, the results of our crowd-sourcing project, “Are You ...

Film Studies

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Film critics Dana Stevens of Slate and Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman join us for the month of October to talk about films. This week: the long & short of the New York Film Festival.

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Celluloid Summer

Friday, May 18, 2007

Owen Gleiberman, film critic at Entertainment Weekly, and Dana Stevens, film critic at Slate, size up the summer movie season and respond to listener recommendations.

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Movie Review: The Sum of All Fears

Thursday, May 30, 2002

The Sum of all Fears is a new thriller based on a Tom clancy novel. It is about a nuclear weapon that falls into the hands of terrorists. Here joining us is Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly.

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Movie Reviews: Insomnia and Lagan

Thursday, May 23, 2002

"Insomnia" is a new thriller starring Al Pacino as a cop pursuing a killer played by Robin Williams, in small town Alaska. Here to talk about it plus a new Bollywood film that's making a splash, is Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly.

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Movie Review: Unfaithful

Wednesday, May 08, 2002

New York City has a new film festival, which kicks
off today. Here with us this morning is Entertainment Weekly's Owen Gleiberman to tell us about The Tribeca Film Festival and the new adultery thriller "unfaithful"

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Movie Review: Unfaithful

Wednesday, May 08, 2002

New York City has a new film festival, which kicks
off today. Here with us this morning is Entertainment Weekly's Owen Gleiberman to tell us about The Tribeca Film Festival and the new adultery thriller "unfaithful"

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Movie Review: "Dogtown and Z-Boys"

Thursday, April 25, 2002

"Dogtown and Z-boys" is a new documentary about the rise of skateboarding in the 1970s. Dogtown is a gritty district in L.A's Venice Beach area and the Z-boys transform the surfing beach culture out there to over the top skateboarding, where they design new moves in asphalt parking lots and ...

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Movie Review: Thrillers

Thursday, April 04, 2002

In Hollywood, it seems, thrillers never go out of season. Last weekend saw the popular opening of Panic Room, starring Jodie Foster as a woman in peril. Starting tomorrow, Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman team up in the courtoom suspense drama High Crimes. Here with a look at the state ...

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The Piano Teacher

Thursday, March 28, 2002

In the new French film The Piano Teacher, Isabelle Huppert plays a woman with some very dark sexual secrets. The movie took the Grand Jury Prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival, as well as the awards for Best Actress and Actor. WNYC's cultural advisor on film and Entertainment
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Movie Review: Kissing Jessica Stein

Friday, March 15, 2002

"Kissing Jessica Stein" is a new, independent romantic comedy about a neurotic written by its two stars, Jennifer Westfeldt and Heather Juergensen. WNYC's cultural advisor on film and Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman is here with a review.

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Movie Review: Monsoon Wedding

Thursday, February 21, 2002

Monsoon Wedding is the new movie from director Mira Nair, whose films include Salaam Bombay! and Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love. Nair returned to her native city of Delhi to tell the story of a Punjabi family about to marry off itsdaughter. WNYC's cultural advisor on film and Enterainment ...

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Movie Review: Crossroads

Thursday, February 14, 2002

More than just a teen idol, Britney Spears has become a global pop phenomenon. This week, the 20-year-old singer extends her brand into theater making her film debut in Crossroads, which opens across the country tomorrow.

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Movie Experiences in New York

Thursday, February 07, 2002

Over the past few years New York City has seen a dramatic increase of movie screens. But does quantity necessarily mean quality? Here with a look at the rapidly changing landscape of New York city movie theaters is WNYC's cultural advisor on film and Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman.

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Sundance Film Festival

Thursday, January 17, 2002

This is a landmark year for what's considered the premiere independent film event in the US. The Sundance Film Festival is marking its 20th aniversary.WNYC's cultural advisor on film and Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman is checking in this morning from Sundance in Park City Utah.

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The year in Film

Friday, December 28, 2001

What defined the year in movies? Was it Ben Affleck in Pearl Harbor? Or Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge? Owen Gleiberman, WNYC's cultural advisor on film, looks back at the year in movies.

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Movie Review: In the Bedroom

Thursday, December 06, 2001

It's a quiet yet explosive tale of murder, marriage, and grief in a small town in Maine, and it costars Sissy Spacek, making a triumphant return to the big screen. WNYC's cultural advisor on film, and Entertainment Weekly critic, Owen Gleiberman, is here with a review.

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