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Should You Race Back to Theaters When It’s Safe? Pretty Much Pop: Culture Podcast (#77) on the Big Screen Experience

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_77_1-3-21.mp3 The pandemic has kept us out of the movie theaters, forcing new streaming practices so that films can be released at all, but as these restrictions end in 2021, do we want things to go back just to the way they were? Your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt reviewed many articles where filmmakers fretted about the future of cinema. Even before the pandemic, concerns about ...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Podcasts, Film, College, Netflix, Warner Bros, Brooks Barnes, Facebook Twitter, Brent Lang, Christopher Rosen, Jordan Crucchiola, Michael Shamberg, Kyle Buchanan, Matt Goldberg, Eric Kohn


Why Are TV Writers Are Firing Their Agents? (The People Who Get Them Work)??

We have questions. New York Magazine’s Jordan Crucchiola has some answers. – New York Magazine
Tags: Art, Media, New York Magazine, Jordan Crucchiola, 04.18.19


All About Family

John and Craig partake in another installment of How Would This Be a Movie? Which story is destined for the big screen: The millennial mother with her surprise, Youtube-guided childbirth? The couple that has the same fight for decades? The Japanese families-for-hire? We also follow up on the logic of multi-cam formatting, Georgia’s success in diversifying crews through training programs, and effective character descriptions. Tickets are now on sale for our next Scriptnotes Live Show on Tuesday...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, News, Education, Toronto, Georgia, Film Industry, Adaptation, John, John August, Craig, Formatting, Craig Mazin, Hollywood Tickets, Jordan Crucchiola, Brigid Schulte


'A Renaissance Of Gore': We're In A Golden Age Of Onscreen Violence

Well, if "golden age" is the right term. "If you have a massive appetite for high body counts, stunning fight choreography, and general onscreen savagery, Hollywood might finally be meting out enough punishment for you to scream your safe word." Jordan Crucchiola looks at how and why this has happened.
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Gore, Jordan Crucchiola, 03.23.17


A Gchat Recap of This Week’s Controversial Newsroom

Your faithful correspondents Jason Kehe and Jordan Crucchiola are back together for The Newsroom's penultimate episode. And it's a good thing too, because we're going to need a support group after what happened last night. The post A Gchat Recap of This Week’s Controversial Newsroom appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Aaron Sorkin, Underwire, The Newsroom, Newsroom, Gchat Recap of This Week 's Controversial Newsroom, Jason Kehe, Jordan Crucchiola, Controversial Newsroom


We’ve Done a Comprehensive Recap of The Newsroom…In Gchat

Before we have to say goodbye to The Newsroom forever, two WIRED writers—Jason Kehe and Jordan Crucchiola—are going to lovingly host walkthroughs of every episode until the series finale, doing real-time Gchat analysis of each one. Here's the first. The post We’ve Done a Comprehensive Recap of The Newsroom…In Gchat appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Aaron Sorkin, Underwire, The Newsroom, Gchat, Jason Kehe, Jordan Crucchiola