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  1. Little Women with Greta Gerwig and Rian Johnson (Ep. 229)

    Director Greta Gerwig discusses her new film, Little Women, with fellow director Rian Johnson. Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, the film follows four sisters in America—Amy, Jo, Beth and Meg—as they come of age in the aftermath of the Civil War.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Dec2019/LittleWomen_QnA_1119.aspx

     


  2. Jojo Rabbit with Taika Waititi and Paul Downs Colaizzo (Ep. 228)

    Director Taika Waititi discusses his new film, Jojo Rabbit, with fellow director Paul Downs Colaizzo. Set during the waning days of World War II, the film tells the story of Jojo, a young boy whose only friend is an imaginary and idiotic projection of Adolf Hitler.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Dec2019/JojoRabbit_QnA_1019.aspx

     


  3. The King with David Michôd and Neil Burger (Ep. 227)

    Director David Michôd discusses his new film, The King, with fellow director Neil Burger. The film stars Timothée Chalamet as Prince Hal, who had turned his back on royal life to live among the people until the death of his tyrannical father. Now, crowned King Henry V, the young ruler is forced to embrace the world he had previously tried to escape.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Dec2019/TheKing_QnA_1019.aspx

     


  4. The Lighthouse with Robert Eggers and Rian Johnson (Episode 226)

    Director Robert Eggers discusses his new film, The Lighthouse, with fellow director Rian Johnson. Set in 1980s New England, the film tells the hallucinatory story of a grizzled veteran seaman and a novice lighthouse keeper who are thrown together on a harsh assignment. As isolation and alcohol being to eat at their sanity, they become threatened by their own nightmares.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Dec2019/Lighthouse_QnA_1019.aspx

     

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  5. Pavarotti with Ron Howard and Ondi Timoner (Episode 225)

    Director Ron Howard discusses his new film, Pavarotti, with fellow director Ondi Timoner. The film examines the life and career of famed opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti. Featuring never-before-seen footage, concert performances and intimate interviews, the film takes an in-depth look at the lasting legacy of the musical icon affectionately dubbed "The People's Tenor."

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/LA_DocSeries_Pavarotti1019.aspx

     

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  6. The Irishman with Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee (Episode 224)

    Director Martin Scorsese discusses his new film, The Irishman, with fellow director Spike Lee. The film follows Frank Sheeran, a retired WWII veteran and former mob hitman, as he reflects on the moments that defined his career as a figure in organized crime, especially his role in the 1975 disappearance and murder of Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/Irishman_QnA_1019.aspx

     

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  7. The Current War - Director's Cut with Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and Jonathan Mostow(Episode 223)

    Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon discusses his new film, The Current War: Director's Cut, with fellow director Jonathan Mostow. The film reveals how electricity titans Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse engaged in a battle of technology and ideas to determine whether direct current or alternating current would power the modern world.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

     

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/CurrentWar_QnA_1019.aspx

     

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  8. BladeRunner The Final Cut with Director Ridley Scott and Jon Favreau (Episode 222)

    As part of a special celebration for the grand re-opening of the DGA’s brand new, state-of-the-art theater in Los Angeles, Director Ridley Scott discussed his 1982 sc-fi classic, Blade Runner. Scott’s final cut version of the film was shown with Dolby Vision picture and Dolby Atmos sound.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/LA-TheaterReOpeningCelebration_091921.aspx

     

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  9. Ad Astra with Director James Gray and Damien Chazelle (Episode 220)

    irector James Gray discusses his new film, Ad Astra, with fellow director Damien Chazelle (First Man). The film stars Brad Pitt as a near-future astronaut who makes a daring voyage to discover the truth about his father (Tommy Lee Jones) who disappeared on a deep space mission 30 year prior. The journey will unravel a mystery that challenges the nature of human existence and threatens the survival of our planet.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/JamesGrayAD_ASTRA_QnA_0919.aspx

     

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  10. Downton Abbey with Director Michael Engler and Ritesh Batra (Episode 219)

    Director Michael Engler discusses his film, Downton Abbey, with fellow director Ritesh Batra. The film continues the story from the popular British show, as both the hosts and the help prepare for a royal visit from the King and Queen of England. Scandal, romance and intrigue will leave the future of Downton hanging in the balance.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/DowntonAbbey_QnA_0919.aspx

     

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  11. Hour 2: Track 28

    Shaving Cream

    (Reprise w/ Traditional Lyrics)

    Performed by UNCLE FLOYD & OOGIE

    Originally performed by Paul Wynn for the 1946 Bell's Cocktail Party Songs label of the same name

    Produced by John Cafiero

     


  12. TCM HALLOWEEN SCHEDULE 2019

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 - BEWITCHED

    BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE (1958)

    HORROR HOTEL (1960)

    THE DEVIL'S OWN (1966)

    SUSPIRIA (1977)

    NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS (1971)

    HAXAN (1922)

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 - BLACK MAGIC

    THE BLACK CAT (1934)

    CURSE OF THE DEMON (1957)

    THE SEVENTH VICTIM (1943)

    THE DEVIL'S BRIDE (1968)

    THE BLOOD ON SATAN'S CLAW (1970)

    DRACULA A.D. 1972 (1972)

    EYE OF THE DEVIL (1967)

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 - GHOST STORIES

    THE UNINVITED (1944)

    THE HAUNTING (1963)

    THE FOG (1980)

    POLTERGEIST (1982)

    KURONEKO (1968)

    THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE (1921)

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 - THE UNDEAD

    HORROR OF DRACULA (1958)

    THE GORGON (1964)

    THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES (1966)

    NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)

    THE HUNGER (1983)

    NOSFERATU (1922)

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 - HORROR DOUBLE FEATURES

    FREAKS (1932)

    DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1932)

    THE BAT (1959)

    HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959)

    FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE (1973)

    BLACK SABBATH (1963)

    CHAMBER OF HORRORS (1966)

    HOUSE OF WAX (1953)

    BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935)

    THE DEVIL DOLL (1936)

    HOUSE OF USHER (1960)

    THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM (1961)

    THE HAUNTED PALACE (1963)

    DIE, MONSTER, DIE! (1965)

    THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1957)

    DRACULA -- PRINCE OF DARKNESS (1966)

     

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  13. Hustlers with Lorene Scafaria and Adam McKay (Ep. 218)

    Director Lorene Scafaria discusses her film, Hustlers, with fellow director Adam McKay. Inspired by a true story, the film stars Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu as two former strip club employees who join forces to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

     

    See photos and a summary of this event below:

    https://www.dga.org/Events/2019/Nov2019/Hustlers_QnA_0919.aspx

     

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  14. Hour 2: Track 25

    Pico and Sepulveda

    Performed by OSAKA POPSTAR

    Originally performed by Freddy Martin and his Orchestra. Composed by Eddie Maxwell and Jules Styne from their 1947 single from Ambassador Records

    Produced by John Cafiero

     


  15. Hour 2: Track 23

    The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati

    Performed by THE MISFITS

    Originally performed by Rose and the Arrangement from 1974 and featured on the 1975 album "Dr. Demento's Delights"

    Produced by Ed Stasium & John Cafiero

     


  16. Hour 2: Track 19

    My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama

    Performed by THE MEATMEN

    Originally performed by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention from his 1970 album "Weasels Ripped My Flesh"

    Produced by Tony Hamera

     

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