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No Coast Cinema | The Effects of 31 Days of Horror Movies, “JoJo Rabbit” and the Ethics of Satire

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, Tom and Conor sit down to discuss Conor’s endeavor to watch 31 horror movies for October and the surprising effect it has had on his psyche. Plus, Tom talks about his experience with “Zombieland: Double Tap”, “The Lighthouse” and “JoJo Rabbit” and whether or not satire and Nazis can really mix.

-1 sNOV 1
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No Coast Cinema | The Effects of 31 Days of Horror Movies, “JoJo Rabbit” and the Ethics of Satire

No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 2

ENo Coast Cinema’s coverage of the Adirondack Film Festival continues with more exclusive interviews with up and coming filmmakers from all over the country. In part 2, Tom sits down with the minds behindVirgin Blacktop, Signal to Noise, Some of Her PartsandOnce Upon a River. Like the show? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow No Coast Cinema onFacebook,TwitterandInstagram.

-1 sOCT 26
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No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 2

No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 1

EOn this edition of No Coast Cinema, Tom travels to Glens Falls, New York for the Adirondack Film Festival. Featuring filmmakers from across the country, the Adirondack Film Festival brings together some of the best in independent cinema in a community-oriented extravaganza. In part 1 of our coverage, Tom sits down with the folks behindCamp Wedding, Old Hearts CafeandVeiled Tractatefor in depth conversations on their films, filmmaking and more.

-1 sOCT 22
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No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 1

No Coast Cinema | Micro-Cinema Extravaganza

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, it’s all things micro-cinema with film programmers who are working small. Nando Herrera from Comfort Station and Paul Freitag-Fey of Daily Grindhouse join in to talk about the upcoming Halloween-themed series starting Wednesday as part of Comfort Film. The series will showcase some of the strangest selections from the American Genre Film Archive all for your viewing pleasure. Jake S. Weisman from 6740Micro, a new space in Rogers Park, brings the perspective of a […]

-1 sOCT 7
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No Coast Cinema | Micro-Cinema Extravaganza

No Coast Cinema | Molly Hewitt talks “Holy Trinity”, Metal Movie Nights presents “In the Mouth of Madness”

EOn this edition of No Coast Cinema, Tom and Conor preview two huge screenings at the Music Box Theatre. First, filmmaker Molly Hewitt talks about their inventive and wholly original feature film,Holy Trinity,which follows a dominatrix who is able to commune with the dead. Hewitt’s vision makes it to the big screen here in Chicago on Friday, September 27th. But if that’s not enough, Chris Larkin of Metal Movie Nights brings you one of John Carpenter’s wildest works on celluloid,In […]

-1 sSEP 24
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No Coast Cinema | Molly Hewitt talks “Holy Trinity”, Metal Movie Nights presents “In the Mouth of Madness”

No Coast Cinema | Filmscape Chicago brings education and the latest technology to filmmakers of all levels

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, Tom sits down with the organizers behind Filmscape Chicago, an industry expo that brings filmmaking professionals together under one roof to learn about the latest tech in the film world. Filmscape Chicago takes place on September 7th and 8th at Cinespace Studios. For more information, visit filmscapechicago.com.

-1 sSEP 5
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No Coast Cinema | Filmscape Chicago brings education and the latest technology to filmmakers of all levels

No Coast Cinema | Breaking Down “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Now that Tom and Conor have had time to process their individual viewings of Quentin Tarantino’s 9th picture, the pair convene to share their thoughts on “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”. Like the show? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow No Coast Cinema onFacebook,TwitterandInstagram.

-1 sAUG 27
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No Coast Cinema | Breaking Down “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”

No Coast Cinema | “Hoops” with Kelechi Agwuncha and Julius Jefferson

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Tom and Conor welcome filmmakers Kelechi Aguwncha and Julius Jefferson to talk about their new webseries Hoops. The three episode series collects unique shorts from 17 up and coming filmmakers that tell stories set in single locations, like a basketball courts, shorelines and more. The pair discuss the origins of Hoops, the process of gathering the artists involved and the various films and directors that inspire them. See the first episode ofHoops on Thursday, […]

-1 sAUG 12
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No Coast Cinema | “Hoops” with Kelechi Agwuncha and Julius Jefferson

No Coast Cinema | Rebecca Fons and Jack C. Newell invite you to Destroy Your Art

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Tom chats with the co-founders of “Destroy Your Art”, a one of a kind event where five up and coming filmmakers are invited to create an original, one of a kind film that will only be shown once before being utterly destroyed, never to be seen again. They discuss the creative thrust behind the event and why “Destroy Your Art” is creating an inclusive space for artists to push the limits of their work. […]

-1 sJUL 31
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No Coast Cinema | Rebecca Fons and Jack C. Newell invite you to Destroy Your Art

No Coast Cinema | San Diego Comic-Con Announcements, The Horrors of CGI and Jay and Silent Bob Return

ENo Coast Cinema is back from a small summer vacation to talk about SDCC, that terrifying trailer for “Cats” and where Kevin Smith stands with “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot”. Like the show? Subscribe to No Coast Cinema on iTunesand follow us onFacebook,Twitter, andInstagram.

-1 sJUL 23
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No Coast Cinema | San Diego Comic-Con Announcements, The Horrors of CGI and Jay and Silent Bob Return

Latest Episodes

No Coast Cinema | The Effects of 31 Days of Horror Movies, “JoJo Rabbit” and the Ethics of Satire

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, Tom and Conor sit down to discuss Conor’s endeavor to watch 31 horror movies for October and the surprising effect it has had on his psyche. Plus, Tom talks about his experience with “Zombieland: Double Tap”, “The Lighthouse” and “JoJo Rabbit” and whether or not satire and Nazis can really mix.

-1 sNOV 1
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No Coast Cinema | The Effects of 31 Days of Horror Movies, “JoJo Rabbit” and the Ethics of Satire

No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 2

ENo Coast Cinema’s coverage of the Adirondack Film Festival continues with more exclusive interviews with up and coming filmmakers from all over the country. In part 2, Tom sits down with the minds behindVirgin Blacktop, Signal to Noise, Some of Her PartsandOnce Upon a River. Like the show? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow No Coast Cinema onFacebook,TwitterandInstagram.

-1 sOCT 26
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No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 2

No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 1

EOn this edition of No Coast Cinema, Tom travels to Glens Falls, New York for the Adirondack Film Festival. Featuring filmmakers from across the country, the Adirondack Film Festival brings together some of the best in independent cinema in a community-oriented extravaganza. In part 1 of our coverage, Tom sits down with the folks behindCamp Wedding, Old Hearts CafeandVeiled Tractatefor in depth conversations on their films, filmmaking and more.

-1 sOCT 22
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No Coast Cinema | Adirondack Film Festival – Part 1

No Coast Cinema | Micro-Cinema Extravaganza

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, it’s all things micro-cinema with film programmers who are working small. Nando Herrera from Comfort Station and Paul Freitag-Fey of Daily Grindhouse join in to talk about the upcoming Halloween-themed series starting Wednesday as part of Comfort Film. The series will showcase some of the strangest selections from the American Genre Film Archive all for your viewing pleasure. Jake S. Weisman from 6740Micro, a new space in Rogers Park, brings the perspective of a […]

-1 sOCT 7
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No Coast Cinema | Micro-Cinema Extravaganza

No Coast Cinema | Molly Hewitt talks “Holy Trinity”, Metal Movie Nights presents “In the Mouth of Madness”

EOn this edition of No Coast Cinema, Tom and Conor preview two huge screenings at the Music Box Theatre. First, filmmaker Molly Hewitt talks about their inventive and wholly original feature film,Holy Trinity,which follows a dominatrix who is able to commune with the dead. Hewitt’s vision makes it to the big screen here in Chicago on Friday, September 27th. But if that’s not enough, Chris Larkin of Metal Movie Nights brings you one of John Carpenter’s wildest works on celluloid,In […]

-1 sSEP 24
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No Coast Cinema | Molly Hewitt talks “Holy Trinity”, Metal Movie Nights presents “In the Mouth of Madness”

No Coast Cinema | Filmscape Chicago brings education and the latest technology to filmmakers of all levels

EThis week on No Coast Cinema, Tom sits down with the organizers behind Filmscape Chicago, an industry expo that brings filmmaking professionals together under one roof to learn about the latest tech in the film world. Filmscape Chicago takes place on September 7th and 8th at Cinespace Studios. For more information, visit filmscapechicago.com.

-1 sSEP 5
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No Coast Cinema | Filmscape Chicago brings education and the latest technology to filmmakers of all levels

No Coast Cinema | Breaking Down “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Now that Tom and Conor have had time to process their individual viewings of Quentin Tarantino’s 9th picture, the pair convene to share their thoughts on “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”. Like the show? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow No Coast Cinema onFacebook,TwitterandInstagram.

-1 sAUG 27
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No Coast Cinema | Breaking Down “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”

No Coast Cinema | “Hoops” with Kelechi Agwuncha and Julius Jefferson

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Tom and Conor welcome filmmakers Kelechi Aguwncha and Julius Jefferson to talk about their new webseries Hoops. The three episode series collects unique shorts from 17 up and coming filmmakers that tell stories set in single locations, like a basketball courts, shorelines and more. The pair discuss the origins of Hoops, the process of gathering the artists involved and the various films and directors that inspire them. See the first episode ofHoops on Thursday, […]

-1 sAUG 12
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No Coast Cinema | “Hoops” with Kelechi Agwuncha and Julius Jefferson

No Coast Cinema | Rebecca Fons and Jack C. Newell invite you to Destroy Your Art

EThis week on No Coast Cinema: Tom chats with the co-founders of “Destroy Your Art”, a one of a kind event where five up and coming filmmakers are invited to create an original, one of a kind film that will only be shown once before being utterly destroyed, never to be seen again. They discuss the creative thrust behind the event and why “Destroy Your Art” is creating an inclusive space for artists to push the limits of their work. […]

-1 sJUL 31
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No Coast Cinema | Rebecca Fons and Jack C. Newell invite you to Destroy Your Art

No Coast Cinema | San Diego Comic-Con Announcements, The Horrors of CGI and Jay and Silent Bob Return

ENo Coast Cinema is back from a small summer vacation to talk about SDCC, that terrifying trailer for “Cats” and where Kevin Smith stands with “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot”. Like the show? Subscribe to No Coast Cinema on iTunesand follow us onFacebook,Twitter, andInstagram.

-1 sJUL 23
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No Coast Cinema | San Diego Comic-Con Announcements, The Horrors of CGI and Jay and Silent Bob Return
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