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Dust off those videotape storage shelves, or boot up your streaming device. Two friends are trying to work through those classic films they've let build into a backlog by going through a whole century of film, decade by decade, year by year. Presented by Better Feeling Films; UK based hosts Liam Delaney and Oliver Jones will be your rambling guides as they go on their adventure through film history.
 
The Tracking Wonder podcast, hosted by Jeffrey Davis, is all about helping agile creatives and curious entrepreneurs advance their most important ideas even amidst inevitable challenges. Each week brings you in-depth conversations with leaders, stories from change-makers, and provocative ideas from artists and scientists - all designed to inspire you to shape your best work with more possibility, impact, and - yes - wonder.
 
Two guys, countless films. Welcome to Tracking Shot. Hosted by Andrew Hatfield and Richie Schimkus, this podcast explores our love for film and all the pieces contributing to their creation. We look forward to sharing our favorites, thoughts, and discussions with you as we delve into the wonderful world of cinema!
 
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TrackMy® Solutions is a web application company centered initially around the healthcare industry using Open API platforms to create better patient facing applications. We focus on the health data elements present in a patient’s electronic health record and pull those into our applications using API Integration. We then make this data easily viewable in our application and allow a patient to track their overall health. TrackMySolutions.us
 
Do you want to look and feel better, train better or live longer? If the answer is yes, this show is for you. In the Bisu Podcast, we show you how to optimize your health and fitness through biomarker tracking and nutrition. Bisu was the Egyptian god of home and health protection. He was believed to drive away evil and sickness, and help people enjoy happy, long lives with their loved ones. Bisu is a Tokyo-based startup that takes his name, and has developed the world's first smart urine ana ...
 
Welcome to RFID Insider, a show that discusses all things RFID and the technology’s impact in an ever-changing and ever-connected world. New episodes are released twice per month and focus on a mix of industry trends, new products, in-depth tutorials, and insightful interviews. With each new episode, you’ll learn things like how NFC fits into the larger RFID umbrella, discover the ways companies use RFID in real life situations, and unearth the opportunities in a burgeoning field. The RFID i ...
 
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The only film that Charles Laughton ever directed as 1955's The Night of the Hunter, starring Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, and Lillian Gish. The plot focuses on the relentless pursuit of two children from a serial-killing preacher who wants to steal the $10,000 hidden by their executed bank-robbing father. A critical and commercial failure on i…
 
Comedian and Podcaster Lorcan Mullan joins us to discuss the French New Wave classic The 400 Blows starring Jean-Pierre Léaud, Albert Rémy, and Claire Maurier. The film was directed by former critic and ‘Gravedigger of Cinema’ François Truffaut who directed the film in 1959 after he was banned from Cannes festival for his overly harsh reviews of cu…
 
Ollie invites James Raynor back on the show to talk about one of the most seminal films of all time in Godzilla, Ishirō Honda didn't just make an iconic monster film he invented a total worldwide pop culture icon, including thirty-two films produced by Toho, four Hollywood films and numerous video games, novels, comic books and television shows. Al…
 
Orson is back! 1958's Touch of Evil was considered for a long time the most forgettable film of Orson Welles' career, he had been removed from the final edit of the film and eventually the studio dumped the film into a b-picture release and it was largely forgotten by critics and audiences alike. That is until an earlier cut was found, and a 58 pag…
 
The Seventh Seal is a 1957 Swedish historical fantasy film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman, it has become an icon in cinema becoming a veritable shorthand for arthouse cinema and inspiring countless homages and parodies, meaning it has cemented itself in social consciousness. The film itself tells the story of a medieval knight (Max von Sydo…
 
If there are two names that are synonymous with the western it is John Ford and John Wayne, who over their career together made countless Westerns that came to define the genre, and American film making. The Searchers, from 1956 is possibly not only their most epic but the most defining film of each of their career. It has come to be seen as one of…
 
The blacklisting and expulsion of Jules Dassin from Hollywood after he was named in the House of Unamerican Activities, meant that the director ended up taking on this adaption of a French crime novel, a turning it into a noir classic that ties French filmmaking with American action, in something quite unique. Rififi was a sensation in 1955, earnin…
 
Natalie Gardner joins Liam to discuss the 1950 film All About Eve, a giant film of the 1950's, getting a record amount of Academy Award nominations. Directed by Joseph Mankiewicz starring the amazing Bette Davis (who we particularly gush over in the episode) as Margo Channing, a highly regarded but aging Broadway star and Anne Baxter playing Eve Ha…
 
We're back! But instead of our scheduled miniseries episode we are taking a a small detour to explore some other films of the 50s, while Ollie is busy with his new music video. Brandon Kahn is here and he has brought along a 1958 French Noir classic which can be seen as a precursor to the French New Wave, Elevator to the Gallows, where two lovers' …
 
As it is Christmas we've decided to celebrate the festive season on the podcast by watching a largely forgotten Disney film from 1985. One Magic Christmas positions itself as being a wonderful tale of Christmas but it is northing short of a depressing horror story. Where Santa decides, in order to teach the message of Christmas to a mother played b…
 
Man's atomic age is here, horrifying hordes appear! Exo-Skeleton armor, Exo-Skeleton might, Exo-Skeleton horror, Exo-Skeleton bite. Beware of them! Gordon Douglas' Them! is a 1954 horror movie that started the trend for 'big bug' movies, which became a huge trend in horror combining a fear of invasion, nuclear power and insects which summarised 50s…
 
In 1953 trailblazing director Ida Lupino made the first ever Hollywood film noir shot by a woman. The Hitch-Hiker tells the story of two fishing buddies (Edmond O'Brien and Frank Lovejoy) who pick up a paranoid hitchhiker (William Talman) during a trip to Mexico, who turns out to be a psychopath who had committed multiple murders. The film was base…
 
MGM and Vincente Minnelli's The Bad and the Beautiful is an unblinking look at hubris and ego in Hollywood's Golden Era. Kirk Douglas stars as Hollywood producer Jonathan Shields, and we see his career through the three peoples personal experiences; director Fred Amiel (Barry Sullivan), movie star Georgia Lorrison (Lana Turner), and screenwriter Ja…
 
When it comes to a name in British comedy, Ealing Studios is a name that has persisted throughout the years. Alec Guinness had made his name for these comedies and in 1951 he was teaming up with Alexander Mackendrick to make a strange science fiction comedy about an unassuming scientist who makes a fabric that is both indestructible and doesn't sta…
 
Siamo angosciati dal rischio sanitario, ma dovremmo esserlo molto di più dalla banalità dilagante. La banalità è una forza sociale e politica, che impedisce di osservare la pandemia per quello che è, le sua cause e il suo contesto ecologico.על ידי Elisabetta Corrà
 
It's new miniseries time! We've jumped back in time again to the 1950s. The decade where the Cold War started, rock-n-roll was a scary new music form, home television for the first time became commonplace and also the decade where Japanese cinema was introduced to the world. Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon, starring Toshiro Mifune, Machiko Kyō, Masayuki …
 
We're back from hiatus! Just a quick bonus episode this week to wrap up our 70s miniseries. Brandon Kahn joins us to help present our Trackies, awards for the films we watched in the last miniseries, rank the ten films and also also allows us to bookend ad chat about what we learnt about 70s cinema. All ready for next week where we will dive into t…
 
Il 29 ottobre è stato reso pubblico il Rapporto dell'IPBES sulla pandemie. Il costo dell’emergere di una zoonosi come il Covid19 supera 1 trilione di dollari all’anno e le cause del rischio epidemiologico (in aumento) sono le stesse alla base della distruzione degli habitat, delle estinzioni in corso e dei cambiamenti climatici. Preservare ciò che …
 
La mancata percezione del rischio epidemiologico, e quindi l'ostilità contro le misure di contenimento dell'infezione, si spiegano con la totale rimozione delle cause di questa pandemia. Negazionismo sanitario e negazionismo ecologico hanno una identica matrice culturale.על ידי Elisabetta Corrà
 
Come sarebbe la Terra senza di noi? Per quanti milioni di anni porterebbe le ferite del nostro incredibile talento evolutivo? E per quali ragioni evolutive non riusciamo a reagire alle evidenze scientifiche della catastrofe ecologica? A queste domande risponde, con il consueto umanesimo scientifico, Telmo Pievani nel suo ultimo libro.…
 
In 1978 they said 'you'll believe a man can fly', and we wanted to see if that was still the case. We chose Richard Donner's classic Superman for our 1970s rewatch to close out or 70s miniseries, starring Marlon Brando, Gene Hackman, Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder, plus many more. It's a superhero epic. Everyone knows the story, Kal-El, thanks…
 
A dispetto di ogni supposizione, è ancora qui con noi la cara, vecchia domanda metafisica, che torna sotto le spoglie mortali delle ribellioni verdi: come facciamo esperienza di ciò che esiste? La nostra esperienza del mondo è così falsata da averci condotto alla distruzione del Pianeta?על ידי Elisabetta Corrà
 
In 1970 one of the most influential animators of all time, Chuck Jones (Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies), directed his only feature film The Phantom Tollbooth, based on a novel by Norton Juster, tells the story of a bored young boy named Milo. Unexpectedly receiving a magic tollbooth and, having nothing better to do, Milo drives through it and ent…
 
No guest this week as we found off the final film of our 1970s series. Time After Time is an adventure film which see HG Welles travel through time to 1970s San Francisco to stop Jack the Ripper. Directed by Nicholas Meyer and starring Malcolm McDowell, David Warner, and Mary Steenburgen, it's a surprisingly romantic adventure film which gained a l…
 
EXCELLENT! We're taking a little break in the 70s miniseries, again, to look at a new film for 2020. The Bill and Ted films were huge inferences on us growing up and a big part of our friendship. So we wanted to take the opportunity, with the third one coming out in UK cinemas this week, to talk about the most triumphant franchise and especially th…
 
CW: Due to the nature of the content of this film we do talk about rape and violence against women. Film maker James Raynor returns to help us discuss the 'video nasties' of the late 70s and early 80s, where because of legislation a whole raft of horror films were made illegal, resulting in fines and in some cases prison sentences for those who own…
 
Siamo malati di mediocrità. Così come siamo malati di diabete cronico, di sovrappeso, di depressione. Ma la mediocrità è una lenta decomposizione psicologica, che mette in scacco l'intelligenza, la soglia di attenzione, l'indignazione. La biosfera è condannata a morte perché siamo diventati una civiltà fondata sulla mediocrità.…
 
Shawn Wells MPH RD CISSN FISSN is an expert in supplements, nutrition and sports science. Known as the World's Greatest Formulator, and more recently the Ingredientologist, Shawn is the CEO of Zone Halo Research, a developer of performance supplements. He's also a board member to the International Society of Sports Nutrition, a respected figure in …
 
Liam is unavailable with other commitments this week, so Ollie brought in film maker James Raynor to do a special episode on the 1973 British fantasy film, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad directed by Gordon Hessler and featuring stop motion effects by the legendary Ray Harryhausen, starring stars John Phillip Law, Tom Baker, Takis Emmanuel and Caroline…
 
La capacità di rimanere costanti nel perseguire un obiettivo o nel difendere un ideale dice chi siamo. Parla della nostra intelligenza, ma anche nella nostra disponibilità interiore a seguire, nei fatti e non soltanto a parole, una etica ecologica.על ידי Elisabetta Corrà
 
Paul Nadin returns for more hot takes on the video game industry in comparison to the movie industry, we also then discuss the 1977 film Sorcerer by William Friedkin and starring Roy Schneider, Bruno Cremer, Francisco Rabal, and Amidou. A film in which four our outcasts from varied backgrounds meeting in a South American village, where they are ass…
 
Molti di noi sono rassegnati. Svaniti i sogni di cambiamento del lockdown, ci troviamo immersi nello stesso identico copione che dicevamo di voler riscrivere. Perché? E' forse la passione per il reale ad essere scomparsa dal nostro orizzonte psicologico e sociale?על ידי Elisabetta Corrà
 
For temperature tracking, if you are looking for the wireless temperature sensors then contact TempGenius. It has best solution available for all the monitoring applications. Get more detail at: https://www.tempgenius.com/pharmacy-temperature-monitoringעל ידי Temperature Monitoring
 
Robert Koch, Premio Nobel nel 1905 per i suoi studi sui batteri, disse: "verrà il giorno in cui gli uomini dovranno combattere il rumore con la stessa convinzione con cui hanno combattuto il colera e la peste". Il silenzio è in estinzione, anche nelle aree selvagge. Ma perché l'esperienza del silenzio dovrebbe interessarci? Perché ascoltare il sile…
 
We are taking a small break from our scheduled 70s miniseries episode, as Ollie is busy in the animation studio for his own film project. So filmmaker Brandon Kahn has come along to talk to Liam about Orson Welles' 1973 docudrama film 'F for Fake', which focuses on art forger Elmyr de Hory's career and investigates the natures of authorship and aut…
 
Nell'opinione comune gli eccentrici sono degni di ammirazione, ma nessuno vorrebbe averne uno in casa, così come nessuno vorrebbe vivere a stretto contatto con leoni, orsi, squali bianchi e tigri, pur auspicandone la conservazione into the wild. Cosa si nasconde dietro queste figure del pensiero pop, e del carattere umano?…
 
Our guest this week is actress Natalie Gardner, who helps us discuss the 1976 film Mikey and Nicky by trailblazing director and legend Elaine May and starring Peter Falk and John Cassavetes. The film focuses on the relationship of two gangsters over a single night as they try to evade a hitman. We charter it's trouble production, as cost spiralled …
 
Visionary directory Stanley Kubrick is our director this week as we watch his 1975 epic Barry Lyndon. Set in the 18th century, Ryan O'Neal play the eponymous Irish trickster and rogue, as the films follows his mechanisms as he navigates and climbs European society before charting his eventual downfall. The film s known for it's attention to detail …
 
One of the biggest action movies of the 70s is out topic this week, as we cover Joseph Sargent's 1974 film The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, starring Walter Matthau and Robert Shaw. Where four people take a train hostage, threatening to kill one every minute if they aren't paid $1 million in an hour. It sets the template for 70s action films and …
 
Angela Stanton is an expert in neuroscience, hormonal health and nutrition, with a focus on migraines and the keto diet. She is a graduate of Stanford University, and a former lecturer at the Max Planck Institute for Economics and Center for Neuroeconomic Studies. She is also creator of the Stanton Migraine Protocol, and the author of Fighting The …
 
Perché dovremmo ancora studiare storia, visto che ormai è considerata una materia inutile per trovare un lavoro decente? Perché conoscere la storia europea è indispensabile per comprendere le origini della crisi di estinzione? Ne parlo commentando la lezione di Alessandro Barbero al Salone del Libro di Torino 2020.…
 
When it comes to American film makers Terrence Malick is up there as possibly the most poplar enigmatic of them all and his 1973 debut film is covered in this weeks episode, Badlands starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek as young couple who runs away on a killing spree after killing the girl's father. It may be the best debut film ever made and ce…
 
We cover a complete cultural icon this week, one of the most important people of the 1970s, the incomparable Bruce Lee. As he fights an imperialist Japanese gang who killed his martial art's teacher in 1972's Fist of Fury. To guide us through this we have film maker Brandon Kahn on the show who helps us try and cram in as much Bruce Lee content as …
 
Abbiamo immesso in ogni ecosistema della terra una quantità incalcolabile di microplastiche. Perché? Esattamente come è accaduto con l'energia atomica, la storia delle microplastiche dimostra che l'essere umano non è in grado di farsi una idea delle proprie azioni, di calcolare il rischio e di immaginarne le conseguenze.…
 
CW: Due to the nature of the content of this film we do talk about rape and violence against women. If you go down to Cornwall today, watch out for the creepy locals! On Adjust Your Tracking this week we are covering Sam Peckinpah's controversial home invasion 1971 film Straw Dogs, starring Dustin Hoffman and Susan George as a couple recently moved…
 
A chi non è capitato di sedere in uno studio medico in attesa di una diagnosi? Il terrore, la paura, l'apprensione di un verdetto che riteniamo impossibile. Non può succedere davvero a me. Questo pensa chiunque sospetti di avere una malattia seria. Homo sapiens non è programmato per vivere nella costante paura di una catastrofe. Eppure, questa tecn…
 
It's a new miniseries on the podcast! We are covering the 70s next, a decade that can be claimed to have invented modern cinema. First up we cover probably the most obscure film yet on the podcast, a film that in recent years it's appreciation has been growing, Wanda, written, directed and starring Barbara Loden, the only film she ever made. The fi…
 
To wrap up our 90s miniseries we present the Trackies, a small bonus episode where we give out our awards for the films we watched for the 90s miniseries and allows us to put a bookend on it. Who will win a comfortable pair of Trackies?! And we rank the top 10 as we countdown what wins our best picture of the 90s miniseries. See you on Sunday as st…
 
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