This week, with the Film Center showing the massive essay documentary for the next few weeks called The Story of Film, we delve in to our own personal story of film, discussing how we came to be cinephiles, directors that opened our eyes to other films, and certain films which we do and do not agree with their status as classics. We also wrap this chat around the recently released Sight and Sound poll of the greatest films ever made. The show ends with another edition of Laptop Cinema.
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