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  1. Guest Programmer: Frank Langella The Oscar-nominated star of Frost/Nixon (2008), who recently won a Screen Actors Guild Award as part of the ensemble cast of The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020), takes over as TCM programmer Thursday, May 27, to present three of his all-time favorite films. In a career spanning almost 60 years, Langella has played everything from Dracula (on Broadway and in the 1979 film version) to King Lear (at the UK’s Chichester Festival Theatre and the Brooklyn Academy of Music). He made his Broadway debut in Yerma at Lincoln Center, starring Gloria Foster, and he went
  2. Meet the Nominees Theatrical Feature Film Symposium 2021 - Part 1 of 3 (Ep. 302) Chloé Zhao, Lee Isaac Chung, Emerald Fennell, David Fincher, and Aaron Sorkin engage in a conversation with moderator Jeremy Kagan for the 30th Annual DGA Meet the Nominees: Theatrical Feature Film Symposium on their nominated films. Part one finds the nominees discussing advice they've gotten from other directors, how they prepare for the first day on a shoot, and where they like to position themselves on set.
  3. I Carry You With Me with Director Heidi Ewing and Rodrigo Garcia (Ep. 301) Director Heidi Ewing discusses her new film, I Carry You with Me, with fellow director Rodrigo García in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Iván, a young aspiring chef in Mexico who is working to support the mother of his child. Iván begins an affair with a handsome teacher, who unlike Iván is out as a gay man. After their relationship comes to light, Iván makes the painful decision to cross the border to advance his culinary career, promising his son and newfound love he will return.
  4. The High Note with Director Nisha Ganatra and Laura Terruso (Ep. 300) Director Nisha Gantra discusses her new film, The High Note, with fellow director Laura Terruso in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Maggie, the overworked personal assistant to superstar singer Grace Davis. When Grace's manager presents her with a choice that could alter the course of her career, Maggie and Grace come up with a plan that could change both of their lives forever.
  5. La piscine (1969) Directed by Jacques Deray Country: France Duration: 122 minutes Language: French Spine #1088 DVD BONUS FEATURES The Swimming Pool: “First Love Never Dies,” the English-language version of the film Fifty Years Later, a 2019 documentary by Agnès Vincent-Deray featuring actors Alain Delon and Jane Birkin, screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière, and novelist Jean-Emmanuel Conil New interview with scholar Nick Rees-Roberts on the film’s cinematic and aesthetic legacy Archival footage featuring Delon, Birkin, actors Romy Schneider and Ma
  6. Working Girls (1986) Directed by Lizzie Borden Country: United States Duration: 94 minutes Language: English Spine #1087 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2007 featuring Borden, director of photography Judy Irola, and actor Amanda Goodwin New conversation between Borden and filmmaker Bette Gordon New conversation with actors Louise Smith and Amanda Goodwin, producer Andi Gladstone, and first assistant director Vicky Funari New conversation with sex workers Antonia Crane, Daphne Von Rey, Selena the Stripper, and Jo Weldon
  7. Deep Cover (1992) Directed by Bill Duke Country: United States Duration: 107 minutes Language: English Spine #1086 DVD BONUS FEATURES New interview with director Bill Duke New conversation between film scholars Racquel J. Gates and Michael B. Gillespie about Deep Cover’s place within both the Black film boom of the early 1990s and the noir genre New conversation between scholar Claudrena N. Harold and professor, DJ, and podcaster Oliver Wang about the film’s title track and its importance to the history of hip-hop Panel discussion from 2018 fea
  8. Bringing Up Baby (1938) Directed by Howard Hawks Country: United States Duration: 102 minutes Language: English Spine #1085 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2005 featuring filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich New video essay on actor Cary Grant by author Scott Eyman New interview about cinematographer Russell Metty with cinematographer John Bailey New interview with film scholar Craig Barron on special-effects pioneer Linwood Dunn New selected-scene commentary about costume designer Howard Greer with costume historian Shelly Foote Howa
  9. Mirror (1975) Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky Country: Russia Duration: 106 minutes Language: Russian Spine #1084 DVD BONUS FEATURES Andrei Tarkovsky: A Cinema Prayer, a 2019 documentary about the director by his son Andrei A. Tarkovsky The Dream in the Mirror, a new documentary by Louise Milne and Seán Martin New interview with composer Eduard Artemyev Islands: Georgy Rerberg, a 2007 documentary about the cinematographer Archival interviews with Tarkovsky and screenwriter Alexander Misharin
  10. Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar with Director Josh Greenbaum and Guillermo Del Toro (Ep. 299‪)‬ Director Josh Greenbaum discusses his new film, Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar, with fellow director Guillermo del Toro in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of best friends Barb and Star, who leave their small Midwestern town for the first time to vacation in Vista Del Mar, Florida and soon find themselves tangled up in adventure, love, and a villain’s evil plot to murder the entire town.
  11. Our Friend with Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite and Maryam Keshavarz (Ep. 298‪)‬ Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite discusses her new film, Our Friend, with fellow director Maryam Keshavarz in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the inspiring true story of Matt and Nicole Teague, whose lives are upended after Nicole is diagnosed with terminal cancer. As Matt's duties become increasingly overwhelming, the couple's best friend makes a huge sacrifice to stay with his friends and lend a hand.
  12. Greyhound with Director Aaron Schneider and Justine Bateman (Ep. 297‪)‬ Director Aaron Schneider discusses his new film, Greyhound, with fellow director Justine Bateman in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film follows a WWII Navy officer on his first war-time command assignment: defending an Allied merchant ship convoy through the Atlantic. When the convoy comes under attack by a German submarine wolfpack, the officer must battle the enemy, the elements and his own doubts to see the mission through.
  13. American Skin with Director Nate Parker and Jeff Byrd (Ep. 296‪)‬ Director Nate Parker discusses his new film, American Skin, with fellow director Jeff Byrd in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. Mr. Parker also stars in the film as a Marine veteran and school janitor, who is trying to mend his relationship with his son after a divorce. When his son is killed during a routine traffic stop and the police officer is acquitted, he takes matters into his own hands.
  14. Antebellum with Director Gerard Bush & Christopher Renz and Tiller Russell (Ep. 295‪)‬ Directors Gerard Bush & Christopher Renz discuss their new film, Antebellum, with fellow director Tiller Russell in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Veronica, a renowned sociologist who must escape a terrifying reality that threatens her life and freedom.
  15. Wander Darkly with Director Tara Miele and Rachel Lee Goldenberg (Ep. 294‪)‬ Director Tara Miele discusses her new film, Wander Darkly, with fellow director Rachel Lee Goldenberg in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film follows a couple who, shortly after becoming parents, experience a disaster that takes them on a surreal and disorienting journey through both their past and an uncertain future.
  16. The Forty-Year-Old Version with Director Radha Blank and Liesl Tommy (Ep. 293‪)‬ Director Radha Blank discusses her new film, The Forty-Year-Old Version, with fellow director Liesl Tommy in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. Ms. Blank also stars in the film as Radha, a down-on-her-luck New York City playwright who is desperate for a breakthrough before 40.
  17. Judas and the Black Messiah with Director Shaka King and Taylor Hackford (Ep. 292‪)‬ Director Shaka King discusses his new film, Judas and the Black Messiah, with fellow director Taylor Hackford in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A.The film tells the true story of William O’Neal, a career thief who is conscripted by the FBI to infiltrate the Illinois Black Panther Party and surveil their charismatic leader, Chairman Fred Hampton.
  18. Pariah (2011) Directed by Dee Rees Country: United States Duration: 86 minutes Language: English Spine #1083 DVD BONUS FEATURES New conversation between director Dee Rees and filmmaker and scholar Michelle Parkerson New cast reunion featuring Rees, Adepero Oduye, Pernell Walker, Kim Wayans, Charles Parnell, and Aasha Davis, moderated by scholar Jacqueline Stewart New program on the making of the film, featuring Rees, cinematographer Bradford Young, production designer Inbal Weinberg, producer Nekisa Cooper, and editor Mako Kamitsuna, moderated by St
  19. The Signifyin' Works of Marlon Riggs Spine #1082 Films Included In This Set Ethnic Notions (1986) Directed by Marlon Riggs Country: United States/Canada Duration: 58 minutes Language: English Tongues Untied (1989) Directed by Marlon Riggs Country: United States Duration: 55 minutes Language: English Affirmations (1990) Directed by Marlon Riggs Country: United States Duration: 11 minutes Language: English Anthem (1991) Directed by Marlon Riggs Country: United States Durat
  20. Visions of Eight (1973) Directed by Milos Forman, Kon Ichikawa, Claude Lelouch, Juri Ozerov, Arthur Penn, Michael Pfleghar, John Schlesinger, Mai Zetterling Country: United States/West Germany Duration: 110 minutes Language: English Spine #1081 DVD BONUS FEATURES New audio commentary by podcasters Amanda Dobbins, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan of the website the Ringer New documentary featuring director Claude Lelouch; supervising editor Robert K. Lambert; Ousmane Sembène biographer Samba Gadjigo; Munich Olympic Games historian David Clay Large; producer
  21. Streetwise/Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell Box Set Films Included in this Set Streetwise (1984) Directed by Martin Bell Country: United States Language: English Duration: 91 minutes Spine #1079 Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell (2016) Directed by Martin Bell Country: United States Duration: 88 minutes Language: English Spine #1080 DVD BOX SET FEATURES New audio commentary on Streetwise featuring Bell New interview with Bell about photographer Mary Ellen Mark New interview with Streetwise editor Nancy
  22. Charm City Kings with Director Ángel Manuel Soto and Derek Cianfrance (Ep. 291‪)‬ Director Ángel Manuel Soto discusses his new film, Charm City Kings, with fellow director Derek Cianfrance in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of fourteen-year-old Mouse, who desperately wants to join the Midnight Clique. When the Midnight Clique’s leader takes Mouse under his wing, the lure of revving his own dirt bike skids him toward a road past the straight and narrow.
  23. I'm Your Woman with Director Julia Hart and Tayarisha Poe (Ep. 290‪)‬ Director Julia Hart discusses her new film, I'm Your Woman, with fellow director Tayarisha Poe in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. Set in the 1970s, Hart’s film tells the story of Jean, a woman who is forced to go on the run after her professional thief husband betrays his partners, sending her and her baby on a dangerous journey.
  24. 2021 Rondo Awards: https://rondoaward.com/rondoaward.com/blog/?p=1084
  25. Cherry with Directors Anthony and Joe Russo and Paris Barclay (Ep. 289‪)‬ Director Anthony and Joe Russo discuss their new film, Cherry, with fellow director Paris Barclay in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Cherry, a college dropout with only one solid thing in his life -- his true love, Emily -- who drifted into becoming an army medic in Iraq. After he returns from the war with post-traumatic stress disorder and his drug addiction puts him into debt, Cherry resorts to becoming a serial bank robber.
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