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May 28, 2020 05:30 AM PDT

Our short film this week was made in Richard and Greg’s home city, Melbourne.
“Signs” (2008) is 12½ minutes long – and you’ll find it at http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-06-short
After this romantic introduction, our feature film is the 2013 Scottish musical “Sunshine on Leith” based on the songs of The Proclaimers. Edinburgh has never looked so beautiful!
You’ll find its trailer on YouTube at http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-06-film from where you can rent or buy it. But it’s also available to rent or buy via iTunes, Google Play, and Microsoft.
You’ll finish on a high – the perfect time to leave your responses on our Facebook page.

May 21, 2020 06:45 AM PDT

We have two animated shorts for you from the same director in 2012.
They are “FriendSheep” (7 minutes) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-05-short01 and “The Smoke Seller” (6½ minutes) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-05-short02
Our feature film is the 2014 NZ horror-comedy “What We Do in the Shadows”.
You’ll find it on SBS streaming in Australia (but only till 28 May 2020) at http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-05-film
But you can also rent or buy it via iTunes, Foxtel, Google Play, Microsoft or YouTube.
Don’t forget to leave your responses on our Facebook page. (Thank you)

May 14, 2020 05:22 AM PDT

This week’s Friday Quarantine films are:
Negative Space (5½ minutes, 2017) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-04-short
Departures (2008 Japanese film) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-04-film
The Departures link takes you to SBS streaming in Australia. You can also rent or buy this film via iTunes, Google Play or YouTube.
Don’t forget to leave your responses on our Facebook page.

May 05, 2020 06:34 AM PDT

This week’s Friday Quarantine films are:
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore (15 minutes, 2017) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-03-short
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (Buster Keaton) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-03-film
Both of these films are on YouTube. You’ll see that they also have something else in common…
As a companion piece, we recommend a 9-minute YouTube video about Buster’s continuing impact on modern filmmakers. It’s called “Buster Keaton – The Art of the Gag” which you’ll find at http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-03-extra
Don’t forget to leave your responses on our Facebook page.

April 28, 2020 06:20 PM PDT

This week’s Friday Quarantine films are:
Alternative Math (9 minutes, 2017) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-02-short
Heartbreaker (French, 2010) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-02-film
The Heartbreaker link takes you to SBS streaming in Australia. You can also rent or buy this film via iTunes, Google Play or YouTube.
Don’t forget to leave your responses on our Facebook page!

April 20, 2020 03:06 AM PDT

We’re trying something new in this age of lockdowns and social distancing. Introducing “Friday Quarantine Film Night” for the shared experience of watching films with others, even though we’re apart in time and space. We’ll nominate both a short and a feature film for you to watch this Friday night – and then you can leave your responses on our Facebook page to share the experience with others. More detailed instructions are in this mini-podcast.
Our first Quarantine films are:
Bear Story (2014) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-01-short
A Matter of Life and Death (1946) http://tinyurl.com/fqfn-01-film
You’ll find our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/filmmakerfilmwatcher/

December 22, 2019 11:34 AM PST

And we’re back! Just in time to celebrate the festive season by reviewing Christmas movies, familiar and strange. As a special seasonal bonus, Richard and Greg also present a New Year’s treat – so you get three films for the (non) price of four. This episode comes with a Christmas wish from us to you and yours, however familiar and strange yours may be…
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-04-xmas-mars
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-04-xmas-grinchy
Tokyo Godfathers (2003) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-04-xmas-tokyo
Dinner for One (1963) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-04-xmas-one

July 21, 2019 05:58 AM PDT

Richard and Greg review their 100th film (Sideways) about two guys on a road trip. So they take a 2000 km road trip of their own to the Australian Podcast Awards. This is possibly the World’s First Ever movie podcast recorded on the road. It’s certainly a world-first for the guys who have never shared a car trip further than the local pizza shop. So there’s only one question: “Is this just the end of Season 3 or the end of their ability to share enclosed spaces – and thus the end of the FMFW podcast…?”
Nullarbor (2011) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-10-nullarbor
Thelma & Louise (1991) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-10-thelmalouise
Sideways (2004) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-10-sideways
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-10-priscilla

June 23, 2019 01:42 PM PDT

Greg’s kinder friends would say that he’s blissfully unaware of Sports. So why would Richard engage him in conversation about films set in that world? Well, it’s not a complete bust when they review films about American sports and Aussie Rules footy – and Greg is actually highly enthused about one of them…
The Blind Side (2009) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-09-blind
The Merger (2018) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-09-merger
Field of Dreams (1989) https://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-09-field

April 28, 2019 06:21 AM PDT

Three movies about ordinary people caught up in political upheavals across the globe of the 20th Century. But let’s face it: this episode is just Greg’s excuse to get Richard to watch his favourite South Korean film. Will Richard like it – or are there more politics in the FMFW Studio than all three films combined?
Missing (1982) http://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-08-missing
Reds (1981) http://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-08-red
1987: When the Day Comes (2017) http://tinyurl.com/fmfw-03-08-1987

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