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Movies Movies Movies is a weekly show with exclusive extended podcasts exploring the movie universe from the Sydney viewpoint of two huge film Lordes, Jack Atherton and André Shannon.



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Take Care it's Depression Season!

Fahrenheit 11/9 + Beautiful Boy and what to watch when you're feeling down!

We answer the age old question, can you watch movies if you have anxiety! Demanding movies? Soul Food? J.K Rowling? Is Climax written by J.K Rowling? Spike Lee pronounced dead instead of Stan Lee, We ask the important question is this a photo of Rachel McAdams or Juliet Lewis? Cummy Spiderman, not being able to tell who Brad Pitt is out of the sea of white male faces and a new film from Sebastian Lelio.

3 Flamingos in studio!

John Waters + Pepi, Luci, Bom. We invite Ingrid Dieckmann (aka Ripper Gently) into the studio to talk about curating the coolest film space in Marrickville. Also, you guessed it, Charlize Theron does not want to star in porn, Beth Ditto gets real about her acting, and California burns up its famous film sets. 


Roma + Strange Colours, the Filmlordes know what's good at the AACTA awards but still want to see experimental films! So they talk about an amazing screening happening at the Workshop for Potential Cinema, and some Russian film screenings at the NSW Art Gallery. But wait! Jack also fell in love with Roma, and André gets lost in Strange Colours.

You Are, Suspiria, I Could Watch You Forever!

Boy Erased + Suspiria, then the Filmlordes are so excited to drop their interview with Jamie Lee Curtis. They talk about the Clueless adaptation in the works, Cate Blanchette's defence of heterosexual actors, what to expect from an ultimate Halloween film courtesy of the listeners, and Aussie Netflix (but mostly Sabrina Netflix).

Nicole Kidman is a detective!

Halloween + A Star Is Born, then the filmlordes talk about Nicole Kidman's new badass heroine film, and Jack's mum went and saw The Nightingale so we play a voicemail she recorded of her reaction. We giveaway tickets to Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot to those who text in potential questions to ask Jamie Lee Curtis.

Starstruck Baby Can You Blow My Heart Up?

☆ + Dendy Hype Reel, Plus we talk to the programmer of the Sci Fi Festival about sci fi being the most woke genre. Tilda Swinton plays an 82 year old man in Suspiria, Lady Gaga rumoured to play Ursula in The Little Mermaid, High Life trailer drops, A horse remembers Liam Neeson, Russel Crowe agrees that animals have memories. 

Sheezus with Cate Shortland!

Venom + Wajib, We talk Black Widow with Cate Shortland on her way to Marrickville Metro. We talk the future of filmmaking, SMILF, love, passion and Marvel. Catherine Hardwicke gets real about her treatment and firing from Twilight, labelled 'difficult'. Fan Bing Bing has been charged millions of dollars in tax evasion by the Chinese government and Call Me By Your Name the Chamberpot of Secrets is in the works starring Tilda Swinton as the peach.

Stinky Pile of Moon Cheese!

First Man + Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot, We also let you know where to catch The Pornographers, American Psycho and Wim Wenders this week. We talk about Lars Von Trier's new film, Bill Cosby's sentence, Zoe Kravitz in a new adaptation of High Fidelity and Assassination Nation not receiving a release in Australia. 

Mates and Dates!

The Predator + Jirga and André and Jack, born desperate, asking to be taken out on dates. We impersonate Sarah Paulson impersonating Drew Barrymore for your money and talk to callers and commit to shooting porn with one of them.

DANGERFILM: Warwick Thornton, Elaine Crombie, Hunter Page-Lochard, Dylan River, Penny Smallacombe

Celebrating 25 Years of the Indigenous Unit at Screen Australia with Warwick Thornton, Elaine Crombie, Hunter Page-Lochard, Penny Smallacombe and Dylan River. We talk to some of the most talented people working in Indigenous film in Australia about what to expect from the next 25 years of Indigenous filmmaking in this country and how far we've come. This is a call to arms for young Indigenous filmmakers to find ways to make movies.

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