Episode #31 – Jesus at the Movies

bannerA history of the cinematic representations of Jesus and what they can tell us about movies, faith, and ourselves.

Dan and Caleb dive deep and cover ground from the 1950 to the present.

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The Feeling Begins
Peter Gabriel
Resurrection
John Debney

Episode #29: Bible Epics

bible epics bannerSpurred on by “Noah”, we look at the history of Hollywood’s Biblical Epics. We dissect the scope and sweep of the 50’s classics, the poetic artistry of Darren Aronofsky, and whether or not we were attracted to the “bad girl” in Bible movies (yes).

Plus, a hardcore rant about “literalness” in art.

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Overture
Miklos Rozsa
Night Shall Not Cease
Clint Mansell

Episode #21 – Ingmar Bergman, Part 1

bannerBrace yourself for the naked power of unvarnished existential anguish. And some great movies.

We dive into (possibly) the greatest director in the history of cinema: Ingmar Bergman. Part 1 of our exploration covers his earliest and most famous work in all of its Sweedish, black and white glory.

BONUS: We throw out a hypothetical that every movie lover needs to consider at some point.

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Wiener Blut (Viennese Spring)
from Summer With Monika
Don Giovanni, K.527
from Smiles of a Summer Night
  

 

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