Thursday, 26 November 2015

Filmed in Canada: Backcountry


If you go down to the woods today you may hear William and Alexander talk about Backcountry, Adam MacDonald’s thriller about two unlucky campers (starring Missy Peregrym and Jeff Roop). Also discussed this episode: Dancer in the Dark, Vancouver Never Plays Itself, You’re Next and more. Apologies to Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey, whose name we could not recall at the time of recording.






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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Filmed in Canada: Take This Waltz

William and Alexander talk about Sarah Polley's 2011 movie Take This Waltz. Michelle Williams stars as a woman whose stagnant marriage is threatened by her desire for a hunky neighbour. William reveals his impatience for rickshaw drivers while Alexander practices pronouncing Toronto. Plenty of smouldering passion for your ears on this episode.





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Filmed in Canada: I Declare War

William and Alexander talk about I Declare War from 2012. A group of kids play war in the woods but their imaginations come to vivid life. How cool is it for kids to play with guns? On the podcast, Alexander makes impromptu sound effects and William takes forever to make his point. They also discuss dinosaurs playing with their food in Jurassic World and playing with showbiz conventions in BoJack Horseman.



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Welcome: We've Started a Podcast



Welcome to Filmed in Canada, the podcast about Canadian movies. Two times each month (or more frequently as we discover our stride) we will share our conversations about movies from the largest country in the Western Hemisphere. Our definition of a "Canadian" movie will be flexible but we’ll be focusing on works that are made principally by Canadian talent, that tell Canadian stories or are funded by Canadian tax money. Thank you for listening. We hope you’ll be entertained and be watching movies.