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Podcast: The Playlist Discusses The Festival Films Of Venice, Telluride & Toronto 2013

by Erik McClanahan
September 17, 2013 2:07 PM
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...and the podcast is back. On this latest episode, host (yours truly) and contributor Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez, Managing Editor Kevin Jagernauth and breaking his podcast duck, our British correspondent and writer Oliver Lyttelton, to talk festivals, specifically the Toronto International Film Festival, Telluride and Venice. We covered a large swath of films at both fests this year but on the show we focus specifically on "12 Years a Slave," (review here, interview here), "Under the Skin" (review here, interview here), "Gravity" (review here), "Joe" (review here), Denis Villeneuve's double dose of "Prisoners" and "Enemy," "Night Moves" "Rush" and "Dallas Buyers Club." Let us know in the comments what titles you're excited for and if you attended, what films you dug.

You can stream the podcast below, but you can also download as well via SoundCloud for use on mobile devices. The future is looking bright for those who've expressed enthusiasm for this podcast as there's more episodes to come and there'll be less of a wait in between. We plan to have all episodes on iTunes and Stitcher by the time of the next show. We'll let you know when those options are available. If you enjoy these shows we do on The Playlist, perhaps you'll also enjoy Erik's weekly podcast, Adjust Your Tracking. Please email if you'd like to connect. Thanks for listening! 

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  • CB | September 17, 2013 2:26 PMReply

    Finally back! :-) Can't wait to give this a listen. Love, love, love. Best film journalism on the world wide web, guys!

  • a.p | September 17, 2013 5:11 PM

    I second that with all my heart.

    I loved when you guys mentioned the "playlist movie". =D
    I really think I share a lot in common with you guys and I absolutely adore this site here. Awesome podcast btw. You should try to do it more often!

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