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76 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
#18 Under the Silver Lake & Gates of Heaven w/ Tess Lynch
Special guest Tess Lynch joins Megan and Rob to discuss David Robert Mitchell's Under the Silver Lake (2018) and Errol Morris's Gates of Heaven (1978)!Why are the fries at In-N-Out so bad? What do we think about the Impossible Burger? What's the best deli in Fullerton? Did we go full Doughboys on this episode of I-5 Cinemabound?Other topics include: Andrew Garfield in a paddleboat, Jean Seberg in The Corruption of Chris Miller, the similarities between Errol Morris and Christopher Guest, everyone's favorite movies about LA, the emotions that come with having pets, and Zac Efron (again). Subscribe to Tess' newsletter LA Weather!Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!
77 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
#17 Dumb and Dumber & Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing w/ Mary Anne Carter
Special guest Mary Anne Carter appears on the podcast to discuss Dumb and Dumber (1994) & Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing (2006). How many stars did Megan give Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!? What airline do we want to sponsor our show? Which celebrity Joshs do Megan and Rob have crushes on? Does Mary Anne think Dumb and Dumber is the best movie in Jim Carrey's filmography? All of this and more!About Mary Anne Carter:Mary Anne Carter is a Seattle-based artist and curator. Her immersive installations and award-winning prints transport the viewer to a place where humor, self-expression, and social justice melt into a deliciously vibrant utopia.You can find Mary Anne at www.jesusmaryannejoseph.com.Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
90 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
#16 Mur Murs & Documenteur w/ JJ Jones & Laura Glazer
Portland artists Jennifer Jones (aka JJ All The Way) and Laura Glazer join Megan and Rob to discuss a common passion: the films of the legendary Agnès Varda! JJ and Laura tell us how their AGNÈS VARDA FOREVER collaborative project came about (you may have seen the flyers around Portland), and we bounce back and forth in conversation between their very complementary film selections: Mur Murs (1981) and Documenteur (1981). We also weigh the pros and cons of binging a director's filmography versus taking your time, admire Agnès' sincere openness, and talk about the iconic appearance of both cotton candy and ice cream in these Los Angeles-shot films! About our guests:Laura Glazer is a student in the Art and Social Practice Master of Fine Arts program at Portland State University. She graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography and lives in Portland, Oregon. An avid letter writer, she is a member of the Portland Correspondence Coop and creates artwork at the intersections of photography, design, publishing, and curation. Find her on Instagram at @helloprettycity! Jennifer Jones (aka JJ All The Way) is an artist, mother, whimsy seeker and committed cinephile.For more on Laura and JJ's project, visit AgnesVardaForever.com & search #agnesvardaforever on Instagram!Check out an in-depth interview between JJ and Laura from The Social Forms of Art Journal.Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook! And please rate, review and subscribe! <3
81 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
#15 The Mothman Prophecies & My Octopus Teacher w/ Bridey Elliott
Creatures from the deep and creatures who creep! On this episode, Bridey Elliott joins us to discuss The Mothman Prophecies (2002) and My Octopus Teacher (2020).Why is Laura Linney stuck in a cold car? How many photographs of Debra Messing can you have in one movie? Which Richard Gere film is the least horny? Is My Octopus Teacher more wholesome than the internet is letting on? All of this and more!About Bridey Elliott:Bridey is a filmmaker, actor, and comedian. Her first feature Clara’s Ghost had its premiere at Sundance and was released theatrically by MGM Orion in 2018. Her documentary: The Starr Sisters premiered at Sundance in 2020 In quarantine, she started her substack: Warty Roses and made a a lot of comedy videos with her friend, Charles Rogers that live on instagram. Subscribe to Warty Roses!Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
63 minutes | May 28, 2021
#14 Mean Girls & Framing Britney Spears w/ Emilly Prado
This week Megan and Rob take a trip down memory lane to reflect on the legendary 2004 time capsule, Mean Girls (dir. Mark Waters, written by Tina Fey), and then in a similar vein, chat about Samantha Stark's Framing Britney Spears (2021). Our guest host is none other than the incredible Emilly Prado! Emilly made her radio debut a few years back with our own Megan Hattie when they hosted an advice and music show together on Portland's XRAY FM called "Is Butter A Carb?"We discuss how Mean Girls holds up years later, and remember with horror Britney's awful treatment by the relentless paparazzi and the media at large. Has teen cinema gotten any better since the aughts? Are the tabloids less gross now? Is Never Been Kissed more problematic than Mean Girls? Will this be the last time Megan brings up her love for Tim Meadows? What advice did Rob ask Megan and Emilly for back in their radio days? Listen for all of this and more! About Emilly:Emilly Giselle Prado is a writer, DJ, and educator living in Portland, Oregon with roots in the San Francisco Bay Area and Michoacán, Mexico. As an award-winning multimedia journalist, Emilly spent half a decade independently reporting on a wide range of topics, most often centered on amplifying the voices and experiences of people from historically marginalized communities. Her writing and photographs have been published hundreds of times, appearing in 30 publications including NPR, Marie Claire, Bitch Media, Eater, Oxygen, The Oregonian, Portland Monthly, The Stranger, Remezcla, and Travel Oregon.Emilly is the author of youth non-fiction title Examining Assimilation (Enslow, 2019) and the forthcoming essay collection, Funeral for Flaca (Future Tense Books, July 2021). She is a Blackburn Fellow and MFA candidate at Randolph College, a Tin House and Las Dos Brujas Workshop alumna amongst others, co-founder of Portland in Color, and the Director of Youth Programs at Literary Arts. Emilly also moonlights as DJ Mami Miami with Noche Libre, the Latinx DJ collective she co-founded in 2017. Learn more at www.emillyprado.com and find her on social media @emillygprado.Pre-order Emilly's forthcoming debut essay collection Funeral for Flaca here! Funeral for Flaca is an exploration of things lost and found—love, identity, family—and the traumas that transcend bodies, borders, cultures, and generations.For those in the Portland, OR area, come to Emilly's official in-person book launch party on July 8th!If you aren't in PDX, check out the official online launch party via Zoom hosted by Literary Arts! Follow Emilly on social media for updates. "Is Butter A Carb?" theme song by Emilly Prado."I-5 Cinemabound" theme song by Megan Hattie.Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter & Instagram and please rate and review us on Apple podcasts!
62 minutes | May 14, 2021
#13 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs & Dancing with the Birds w/ Mary Kobayashi
Special guest and friend of the pod Mary Kobayashi joins Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick to discuss The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) and Dancing with the Birds (2019).On this episode of I-5 Cinemabound, we talk birds of paradise and characters searching for paradise. Is Liam Neeson better in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs than he is in Love, Actually? Does Zoe Kazan wear a bonnet with purpose? Are birds too horny? Did we create a Bill Heck fan club by the end of this episode? All of this and more!Support Bad Country on Kickstarter! Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram, and FacebookAbout Mary:Mary Kobayashi was one of the co-hosts of the streaming show The Perfect Women on Adult Swim's website. Previously fronting the Los Angeles based band Bad in Bed, she has also played violin for Aimee Mann, Tim Heidecker, and the JoCo Cruise. She currently plays with the country band Bad Country in Seattle. She refuses to play in bands without the word "bad" in the name.
63 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
#12 SLC Punk! & Punk w/ Tea Hacic
This week Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick get punk af with the multitalented Tea Hacic on two of her favorites, James Merendino's SLC Punk! (1998) and the Punk doc series (2019) from filmmaker Jesse Miller Smith and executive producers Iggy Pop and John Varvatos. Megan also professes her love for Tea's now-defunct-but-still-iconic anonymous Tumblr sex blog Sugartits.Has social media ever been punk? Why did Tea dump her teenage punk boyfriend Jeremy? Did Rob ever go through a punk phase? And most importantly, will Rob make it to the end of the episode before his post-vax side effects kick in??Tea Hacic is a Croatian-American writer and performer. Formerly a columnist for Vice and Wired Italy, contributing editor of Wonderland Magazine, contributor to Dazed, i-D, Autre, and others. Her debut novel LIFE OF THE PARTY came out in 2020 with Clash Books. The Italian edition was released with FANDANGO Libri in April 2021. The novel will be adapted into a TV show, with Tea as executive producer. She's finished her second novel, A CIGARETTE LIT BACKWARDS, which will be out next year. You can always find her on Instagram: @teahacic.Order Tea's book in English and in Italiano! Listen to her Italian podcast Troie Radicali!
63 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
#11 The Virgin Suicides & Casting JonBenet w/ Jesse Knight
Writer and film programmer Jesse Knight joins Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick to discuss Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides (1999) and Kitty Green's Casting JonBenet (2017). It's the season 2 premiere!Jesse dishes on Josh Hartnett's hair! Megan roasts everyone for not knowing enough about Robert Schwartzman! "Butterfly" by Crazy Town gets brought up for some reason! We discuss Kitty Green's unconventional documentary style and Sofia Coppola's short film with Peter Bogdanovich. All of this and more!Jesse suggests that you follow Michelle Kwan on Instagram.Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
81 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
#10 Grizzly Man & Birth w/ Julia Shapiro (Chastity Belt)
Julia Shapiro (Chastity Belt, Childbirth, Julia Shapiro) joins Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick to discuss Jonathan Glazer's Birth (2004) and Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man (2005)! It's the season finale!Timothy Treadwell may have been the grizzly man, but is Werner Herzog the grisly man? Will Julia finish Nicole Kidman's entire filmography this year? Does Birth officially turn into a thriller when Anne Heche asks someone to giftwrap a present? Why do Megan and Rob remember the station Everwood was on? Does Dancer in the Dark drag on and on? All of this and much more!Follow Julia on Instagram and Twitter. Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Instagram, Twitter, and, yes, Facebook.Stay tuned for season 2!
84 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
#9 Vox Lux & Lil Peep: Everybody's Everything w/ Stephanie Hough
Content warning: This episode includes ample discussion of mass shootings (including a personal anecdote from a survivor), drug use, and death, and may be disturbing to some listeners. In our ninth episode, Megan & Rob kick off 2021 with a discussion of Brady Corbet's VOX LUX (2018) and Sebastian Jones & Ramez Silyan's LIL PEEP: EVERYBODY'S EVERYTHING (2019) as selected by Portland experimental filmmaker Stephanie Hough. The result is a fascinating chat about pop culture, youth, fame, tragedy, trauma, and why imperfect films can often be the most interesting to discuss. Guest Bio:stephanie hough (she/her) is an experimental filmmaker, commercial producer and director of photography whose work explores repetition, gender, relationships and emotional landscapes. Her films HOW TO FEEL (DV, 2010), HEART (16mm, 2013), SPOOKY ACTION AT A DISTANCE (Super 8, 2016) and CENTURY: SUMMER (16mm, 2020) have screened in the NW Filmmaker’s Festival, Portland International Film Festival, Tacoma Film Festival, Engauge Film Festival, Experimental Film Festival PDX, BendFilm, The Boathouse Microcinema, TriBeca Film Center and more. As an educator with the Northwest Film Center, Pacific University and the PNCA, and Vice President of the board with Women In Film -PDX, hough has a passion for sharing analog film techniques and making learning accessible for all. Links: Stephanie's VimeoStephanie's InstagramWomen in Film - PDXPlant Based Papi (Vegan food in Portland)Mirasata (Sri Lankan Cuisine in Portland)Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook!Happy New Year!
80 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
#8 Futureworld & Conspiracy: The Royal Family w/ Molly Lambert
Writer and podcaster Molly Lambert joins Megan and Rob to discuss Futureworld (1976) and Conspiracy: The Royal Family!Do public figures have robot doubles? Is Circus Circus secretly owned by a shadowy corporation named Delos? Just how far did the royal family go when it came to Princess Diana? And finally, is the sushi at Disney World any good?Subscribe to Molly's Sleazy Friends!Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
78 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
n°7: The Wailing, Un monde sans femmes, Bambi & Swagger w/ Laura Pertuy & Pierre-Henri Kanyinda
Cette semaine, Megan Hattie reçoit Laura Pertuy (programmatrice, journaliste et traductrice) et Pierre-Henri Kanyinda (écrivain et photographe) en direct de Paris et en plein confinement pour un épisode spécial du podcast... tout en français ! On discute de deux moyens métrages choisis par Laura (Un monde sans femmes de Guillaume Brac, 2011 et Bambi de Sébastien Lifshitz, 2013)... puis de longs métrages choisis par Pierre-Henri: le film d'horreur sud-coréen The Wailing (aka The Strangers) de Na Hong-jin (2016) et le documentaire Swagger d'Olivier Babinet (2016). Tout ça pendant que Megan essaie de ne pas faire trop de fautes en français ! ;)Visitez le site du festival Paris Courts Devants, à venir au Cinéma 7 Batignolles du 12 au 17 janvier 2021 !Suivez I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram et Facebook.---This week, Megan Hattie is joined by Laura Pertuy (film programmer, journalist and translator) and Pierre-Henri Kanyinda (writer and photographer) live from locked-down Paris for a special episode... all in French!We discuss two mid-length films chosen by Laura (Guillaume Brac's 2011 narrative film Un monde sans femmes and Sébastien Lifshitz's 2013 documentary Bambi)... then two feature-length films chosen by Pierre-Henri: the South Korean horror film The Wailing (Na Hong-jin, 2016) and the documentary Swagger (Olivier Babinet, 2016). All while Megan tries not to make too many mistakes in French! ;)Follow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.We'll be back in English on December 18th!
63 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
#6 Mission: Impossible - Fallout & Free Solo w/ Fran Hoepfner
Writer and culture critic Fran Hoepfner (Bright Wall/Dark Room) joins Megan and Rob to discuss Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible — Fallout (2018) and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi & Jimmy Chin’s Free Solo (2018). Is Tom Cruise more of a high five or fist bump kind of guy? Why do we keep forgetting the name of Motherless Brooklyn? Is Alex Honnold a good cook? Does Big Chicago get mentioned in the episode? Why did we edit out a conversation about Pauline Chalamet? All of this and more!Read Fran's writing at Bright Wall/Dark RoomListen to Fran and Caroline talk Jude Law on Law SchoolFollow I-5 Cinemabound on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
78 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
#5 Bobbi Jene, Time, We Are Your Friends & Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
No guests, no rules. 2 narrative films, 2 documentary films, all coincidentally released within the last 5 years!Rob chose the Zac Efron-starring DJ drama We Are Your Friends (Max Joseph, 2015) and Elvira Lind's 2017 documentary Bobbi Jene. Megan chose the mockdoc Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (Akiva Schaffer & Jorma Taccone, 2016) and Garrett Bradley's 2020 documentary Time. Is Bobbi Jene Smith's struggle for creative control a metaphor for the simultaneous creativity and restriction we are all feeling in this pandemic? Do Megan and Rob know what EDM stands for? How many times will Megan bring up grinding? Check out an Online Colloquium about True Crime and the Case for Abolition Documentary here on November 18th! Follow us on Twitter & Instagram!
94 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
#4 Land of Silence and Darkness & Home w/ Guillaume Mathieu
Parisian musician and film buff Guillaume Mathieu joins Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick to discuss Werner Herzog's Land of Silence and Darkness (1971) and Richard Curson Smith's BBC telefilm Home (2003)!How much will Megan and Rob haze Guillaume? Who will get closest to doing a Herzog impression? If you're playing a no-nonsense cable guy, are you obligated to ham it up? https://anarchopop.bandcamp.comI5 Cinemabound is on Twitter & Instagram @i5cinemabound, for some reason!
64 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
#3 For a Few Dollars More & 20 Feet From Stardom w/ Emily Esperanza
Filmmaker Emily Esperanza joins Megan Hattie and Rob Patrick to discuss Sergio Leone's For a Few Dollars More (1965) and Morgan Neville's 20 Feet From Stardom (2013)!Is the romantic tension between Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef some of the best in film history? Did Emily meet a ghost in the form of a weary caretaker? Just how much does Megan like the movie I Love You, Man? Why is Rob tired of Brian Cox playing Winston Churchill? All of this and more!www.emilyesperanza.comMarfa Open Art Festival: www.marfaopen.orgRAICES Texas: www.raicestexas.orgMake Out Party: https://www.fullspectrumfeatures.com/mopEsperanza Vintage: https://www.instagram.com/esperanzavintage/
69 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
#2 The Young Girls of Rochefort & The Young Girls Turn 25 w/ Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
Hop in the car and cruise onto I-5 Cinemabound! On this episode, New York-based film critic Kristen Yoonsoo Kim joins Megan and Rob to discuss Jacques Demy's The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967) and Agnès Varda's The Young Girls Turn 25 (1993)! Why was there drama surrounding the cutting of a cake? Is Michael Pitt ready to star in a remake of Demy's celebrated musical? How many times do we bring up Susan Sarandon? Is Letterboxd the new hot way to date? All of this and more!Meals on Reels: https://www.instagram.com/meals.on.reelsFollow us on Instagram and Twitter at @i5cinemabound!
73 minutes | Sep 5, 2020
#1 The Pilot with Rob & Megan
Hop in the car and cruise onto I-5 Cinemabound! On this episode, get to know your hosts Rob Patrick (film programmer/critic) & Megan Hattie (filmmaker/MFA student) as they discuss 4 narrative and documentary films they thought were worth talking about. Rob's Narrative Pick: Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (Peter Sollett, 2008)Rob's Documentary Pick: Stations of the Elevated (Manfred Kirchheimer, 1981)Megan's Narrative Pick: The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos, 2015)Megan's Documentary Pick: All These Sleepless Nights (Michal Marczak, 2016)Episodes featuring some cool guests to follow!Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @i5cinemabound!
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