We’re back with our 50th episode of the Film Parley. This episode we focus on Darren Aronofsky’s somewhat controversial biblical epic ‘Noah.’ (Note: the discussion ran so long, we’re putting the Spoilers section in a separate podcast.)
In addition to our featured film, we revisit ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ briefly and chat about an upcoming biography on Stefan Zweig, upon whom ‘Budapest’ was based and we discuss a possible Indiana Jones reboot.
Those topics, plus other movie related tidbits, on this 50th episode of the Film Parley.
NPR interview with Stefan Zweig biographer George Protchnik
Welcome back to the Film Parley. In this 49th episode, and our first of 2014, we discuss some recent news, the ending of Captain America: The First Avenger, the off-base critical reception of Monuments Men and Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
We also talk about why we’ve been on hiatus, and some changes we’ve decided to make to the show.
Hope you enjoy, and please send us your feedback on twitter (@FilmParley) or email (email@example.com).
Ready yourself for ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ with new website
Ahead of Wes Anderson’s upcoming ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, Fox Searchlight has launched a charming interactive website where users can learn more about the history of the titular hotel and the nation, Zubrowka, in which it resides.