Episode 267: Soul

Caless Davis is here to join us as we do some soul-searching about Pixar’s newest animated feature film. It’s got heavy existential ideas, jazz, a talking cat, and the first ever black leading character in a film by the studio. Oh, and it’s really really really freaking good.

Soul Spoiler Review – 0:07:28

The Connecting Point – 1:15:33

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Episode 109: Score: A Film Music Documentary

Joining us for Episode 109 is a special first time guest – soundtrack superfan, and film music reporter and media reporter, Benson Farris. We discuss first-time director Matt Schrader’s Score: A Film Music Documentary, which was shot over a 2 1/2-year period after raising more than $160,000 through two crowd-funding campaigns. Matt has said, “I’ve always been a big fan of movie music, and as I realized a lot of people love film scores, I knew there would be an audience for this film,” and you can consider us and this episode proof that he’s correct. If you love film music already, this is an episode for you. And if you don’t, listen to this one and you might just change your mind.

Score: A Film Music Documentary Review – 0:02:17

The Connecting Point – 0:40:37


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