AYT #94: A Film Prophet?

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This week, Joe and Erik get back to the heavily segmented shows of AYT past, filling up this episode with a wide range of topics. There’s an opening look back at the Summer that was this year, then we segue into an addendum to our last episode where we discuss the recent news of Quentin Tarantino taking over as programmer at his New Beverly Cinema in LA. After that, it’s on to a good ol’ fashioned review of a new, must-see film called Starred Up. Lastly, we dust off our old Laptop Cinema segment to discuss the rapid and exciting/exhausting evolution of streaming media online, with a few recommendations as well.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing next. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Producer -- Drew Wallner
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #93: title wave(s)

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This week, Joe and Erik get all jazzy and talk about ideas, man! But really, we get all ranty and use this episode to address the state of movies right now. It’s a complex and endless discussion that we continue to mine for discussion. Please chime in with any thoughts you have on the many topics touched on in this episode.

Here’s some links to pertinent stories and things referenced throughout this episode: Christopher Nolan‘s essay for the Wall Street Journal; watch Going Dark: The Final Days of Film Projection; trailer for documentary Out of Print; Martin Scorsese‘s written statement regarding Kodak‘s continuing to making film stock for productions.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing next. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Producer -- Drew Wallner
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #92: Gene Shalit Ain’t Got Shit On Us

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This week, Joe and Erik catch up on three films that’ve been out for a month now: Snowpiercer, The Purge: Anarchy and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. We hope you dear listeners will have seen some or all of these pictures already, as our chat will probably work best if you have, and it also works as an addendum to our recent cinematic apocalypse chat (episode #90). There’s still plenty to be enjoyed if you’re looking for recommendations, though.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing next. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #91: Dazed By Linklater, Confused He’s Still Underrated

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This week Joe and Erik devote an entire episode to the career of Richard Linklater, inspired by his latest masterwork Boyhood. After that discussion comes an interview with Linklater himself, who Erik was lucky enough to talk to for the film.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing next. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #90: How Do You Apocalypse?

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This week Joe and Erik take a look at two very different films that deal with a similar (and familiar) movie conceit: the end of the world and the crumbling of our society. We lead off with the Tom Cruise mega movie Edge of Tomorrow. Then we discuss David Michôd‘s sophomore effort, The Rover.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing next. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #89: Surface Pleasures

Sorcerer-truck-on-bridgeThis week Joe and Erik introduce a new opening segment that will be on every show, called The Jump Off. Then it’s on to two reviews, one of the new indie genre hybrid Cold In July and the other on the 70s overlooked suspense adventure film Sorcerer, recently released on a beautiful new blu-ray.

New episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released every other week, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Original AYT Music -- Marius Libman
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Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #88: Cinematic Detours

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This week is another review-packed episode. Joe and Erik discuss both parts of Lars von Trier‘s latest, Nymphomaniac and the new David Gordon Green film Joe. Also two new indie genre films, Proxy and Blue Ruin.

New episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released every other week, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Producer -- Drew Wallner
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Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #87: Cinema Crawling Under Our Skin

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This week, Joe and Erik pack in three reviews of films out in theaters well worth your time and definitely worth talking about: The Raid 2 (our episode on the first film is here), Under the Skin and Jodorowsky’s Dune(check out our talk on Jodorosky’s three most famous features in this episode).

New episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released every other week, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Producer -- Drew Wallner
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Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT Interview: Dave Hanagan

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A special bonus edition of the podcast, in which host Erik McClanahan interviews Portland filmmaker Dave Hanagan, whose short film collection ROMANTIC MACABREDY: SHORT FILMS BY DAVE HANAGAN, screens Thursday, April 10 at theNorthwest Film Center‘s Whitsell Auditorium as part of the Northwest Tracking Series. Tickets available here.

New, regular episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released twice monthly, and recent episodes are always freely available for download from the iTunes Store or streaming via Stitcher Radio. For older episodes, browse this archive by scrolling down the page chronologically (each title links to an episode’s blog post, or click the “MP3″ links to download episodes directly to your computer or mobile device).

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AYT #86: (Fr)enemies

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This week, Joe and Erik chat about two films hitting theaters well worth checking out: Enemy, which sees star Jake Gyllenhaal working again with his Prisoners director, Denis Villeneuve. And Cheap Thrills, the latest release from Drafthouse Films.

New episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released every other week, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes and Stitcher, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the appropriate link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

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Producer -- Drew Wallner
Original AYT Music -- Marius Libman
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center
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