The Oscars are this weekend!
But we do have podcasts.
In lieu of being able to go the movies, or even watch the Oscars this weekend why not share some awesome podcasts that will give you some of the best reviews and discussion about this year’s nominees and more?
Here is a list of the episode reviews of the nominated movies for this year’s Best Picture:
- Black Swan
- The King’s Speech and The Fighter
- The Kids Are Allright
- 127 Hours
- The Social Network
- Toy Story 3
- True Grit
- Winter’s Bone
These are not the only episodes that offer insight regarding Oscar nominated films. If you get sucked into FilmSpotting, you should go over their website and do a search for whatever you are looking for. You’ll have plenty of material to keep you busy!
Here are some episodes that are Oscar focused plus a few reviews of some Best Picture Nominees:
Like Filmspotting, Film Talk has an immense catalogue that will usurp your time for years with discussion and reviews. Check them out and immerse in Film listening 😉
Although I could not find direct links to the Oscar-centric episodes for this podcast, episodes 44-46 have Oscar themes. Check them out in iTunes HERE.
Are you up for fresh perspective and quality interviews? Look no further, delve into the world of The /Filmcast and you will not be disappointed 🙂
- Interview with David O. Russell director of The Fighter
- Dissecting Black Swan
- True Grit and Black Swan
- The Fighter
- Interview: Danny Boyle, Director of 127 Hours
- The Social Network
- Interview: Trent Reznor on The Social Network Soundtrack
- Inception GUEST: Armond White from New York Press
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Here are some fantastic insights, and conversation deeper into the nominated films. These are only a teeny bit of what is available at Creative Screenwriter Magazine. The wealth of information and entertainment is giant. Consider subscribing 🙂
- The Kids Are Allright Q&A
- 2011 Oscar Screenwriting Nominees Q&A
- Joel & Ethan Coen – True Grit Q&A
- The King’s Speech Q&A
- Aaron Sorkin – The Social Network Q&A
Oscar Mobile Apps Anyone?
What if you want to have more than a podcast? How about getting the podcast apps for some of the shows mentioned above? That way you’ll have film discussion at your whim, since I know if you listen to the above podcasts, you’ll just want more, way after the Oscars have come and gone 😉
- Filmspotting iPhone App & Android App
- Film Talk iPhone App & Android App
- Comedy Film Nerds iPhone App & Android App
Hope you enjoy!