Tag: chat cinema podcast

  • Remote Challenges

    Remote Challenges

    Chat Cinema talks to director Turan Haste about his Oscar Qualifying short film THE MOISTURE. The Venice Film Festival entry is a story of challenging relationships for a teacher in a remote Turkish village.

  • Where Alpaca Meets Climate Change

    Where Alpaca Meets Climate Change

    An article in The Guardian tells the story of the effects of climate change on Alpaca breeders in Peru. In a past episode of Chat Cinema we also spoke about environmental consequences on the precious fashion textile. Utama, from director Alejandro Loayza Grisi is a film on a life under threat.

  • 2023 Tribeca

    2023 Tribeca

    We got cleared for the New York’s premier glamour event, Tribeca Festival. 109 films make their debut at the 22nd annual event with features ranging from independent works to Classic Hollywood narratives. Other categories include Documentary, International Narrative and Spotlight Narratives. For the interviews, news and reviews check back here.

  • Reeves is Back as WICK!

    Reeves is Back as WICK!

    Actor Keanu Reeves returns to theaters this weekend as Super Assassin John Wick in the third sequel of the hit franchise. In 2020 we produced a Chat Cinema episode on the actor trying to dissect the appeal of the actor.

  • Bridergton-The Look

    Bridergton-The Look

    The second segment of the Chat Cinema Podcast with Jeff Jur from the Anamorphic Cafe Lounge in Berlin. The award-winning cinematographer answers questions about achieving the overall look of the hit Netflix show. Click below for the episode.

  • Streaming Online

    Black and Paper titles are now on these platforms.

  • IFFR 2022

    IFFR 2022

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam starts on January 26th. There are some interesting works on the 50th anniversary slate. Below are some titles we are looking forward to watching. Black and Paper will attend the festival virtual. Stay tuned for the interviews and reviews. IFFR runs from January 26th to February 6th.

  • Chat Cinema on Sunsets

    From the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Chat Cinema spoke to Director Basir Mohmood about his short film Sunsets, Everyday. The Tiger Award winning short examines domestic abuse during the pandemic. Sorry for the sound problem but Basir is clear.