Sweater Weather Cinema

The turn from October to November brings with it chillier air and darker evenings, both very conducive to filmgoing. Ted and Ricky run through the various options the Browning Cinema is offering to fill the hunger left by your Halloween binging. Capping a successful run of visiting artists, three films will have directors visiting the Browning Cinema to discuss their films, including Donkeyote (Chico Pereira), More Than a Word (Ken and John Little), and Chosen: Custody of the Eyes (Abbie Reese). Fans of international cinema can look forward to Albert Serra’s The Death of Louis XIV from France about the gangrenous king, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Endless Poetry from Chile about mid-century surrealism in Chile, and Petra Volpe’s The Divine Order from Switzerland about women fighting to receive the right to vote in 1971 Switzerland.

Ted and Ricky close by running through their top three holiday family films, which is to say the films they watched in familial community during holidays that stuck with them (for better or for worse) and analyze the ties that bind both families together and families to the same screen.

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About the Podcast:

Podcast hosts Ted Barron and Ricky Herbst chat about the who, what, when, and where of films, festivals, and the cinematic arts.

December 7, 2017

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