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The Rear View is a chance to take a glance back into film history as we, as filmmakers, drive forward into the future of cinema and television.Each episode, host Matt Edwards speaks with a filmmaker to discuss a film that influenced them and to find out what it is about these older films that strike a cord within them. The films discussed will sometimes be critical darlings, blockbuster fan favorites, cult classics or that forgotten gem.And with the recent surge in television series that rival any best picture winner in terms of quality, don’t be surprised if those are discussed here as well.Thanks for listening, following and subscribing!** Denotes this Reel contains explicit language. Listener Discretion is Advised. ^Theme music by Jason Shaw @ audionautix.com "There You Go"

Latest Episodes

[Reel 118] Se7ev w/ Rob Hamilton

In this reel, writer and director Rob Hamilton (The Suffering) discusses the David Fincher detective thriller film, Se7en. Starring Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt with a script by Andrew Kevin Walker. Fincher's meticulous attention to detail is highlighted in this classic genre film where "art and entertainment find a happy middle." Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information. Se7en clips and music courtesy of New Line Cinema.

41 MIN2017 OCT 24
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[Reel 118] Se7ev w/ Rob Hamilton

[Reel 117] First Blood w/ Gregory Veeser

In this reel, development executive Gregory Veeser discusses the 1982 film First Blood. Starring Sylvester Stallone in his second career defining roll (the first being, of course, Rocky Balboa,) Brian Denehy and Richard Crenna. The film is based on the 1972 novel of the same name by David Morrell. Although not a perfect movie by most standards, Veeser likes to point to this film as one that uses the classic story structure elements of the pregnant moment and forcing your characters into a vapor lock, really really well. And if you in the earlier parts of crafting your career in film, you may as well look to this film to emulate, rather than more elevated and complex stories such as The Sixth Sense or a Tarantino film. Veeser puts it this way: it's better to learn to drive stick on a Honda Civic than on a Porsche 911. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information. First Blood clips and music...

46 MIN2017 SEP 28
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[Reel 117] First Blood w/ Gregory Veeser

[Reel 116] The Iron Giant w/ Amy Aniobi

Joining Matt is this reel is television writer Amy Aniobi (Silicon Valley, The Michael J. Fox Show) to discuss Brad Bird's 1999 animated film The Iron Giant. Amy talks passionately about writing comedy in way that's visual rather than relying on dialogue, which requires trust in your actors and the rest of the creative team. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information.

34 MIN2015 MAY 18
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[Reel 116] The Iron Giant w/ Amy Aniobi

[Reel 115] The Best Years Of Our Lives w/ E. Nicholas Mariani

Joining Matt is this reel is screenwriter E. Nicholas Mariani to discuss the 1946 film The Best Years of Our Lives, directed by William Wyler with a script by Robert E. Sherwood. So far, this film may be the quintessential example of why this podcast was created. An extraordinary achievement in filmmaking, The Best Years of Our Lives offers up the best in almost every aspect of this medium of story telling. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter http://twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at http://facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit http://therearviewpodcast.com for more information.

39 MIN2015 APR 14
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[Reel 115] The Best Years Of Our Lives w/ E. Nicholas Mariani

[Reel 114] Back To The Future w/ David H. Steinberg

In this reel screenwriter David H. Steinberg joins Matt to discuss the one the more perfect screenplays and movies - 1985's Back to the Future written Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and directed by Zemeckis. A script that builds up enough goodwill with the audience that by the time the third act rolls around, the audience will accept anything that happens. Steinberg also explains what he calls a "Yes, Mr. President" movie is. Follow the show on Twitter @TRVPodcat http://twitter.com/trvpodcast and at Facebook http://facebook.com/therearview To get in touch with the podcast visit http://therearviewpodcast.com This reel contains an excerpt of "Back in Time" by Huey Lewis & The News intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use of copyright material.

44 MIN2015 MAR 9
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[Reel 114] Back To The Future w/ David H. Steinberg

[Reel 113] Leave Behind Movie (Bonus Feature)

In this bonus reel, Matt highlights some of the answers guest have given in response to the one question he asks all of his guests. "If our civilization ended by some random act of God and extraterrestrials were to discover our remains one thousand years from now, what is the one film or television series you'd want them to find?" Each filmmaker's response offers some very surprising responses. This reel also includes a sneak peak of the next reel. Follow on @TRVPodcast on Twitter http://twitter.com/trvpodcast and facebook.com/therearview.

24 MIN2015 FEB 22
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[Reel 113] Leave Behind Movie (Bonus Feature)

[Reel 112] Movie Trailers w/ Joshua Dunn

In this reel Matt brings in film trailer editor Joshua Dunn to discuss the art of the movie preview. Over time, trailers have turned into an art form all their own. From the early beginnings of just previewing whole scenes from movies to the big voiceover days of Don LaFontaine to the overused "Inception Horn" of recent years, trailers are sometimes more exciting than the films they are supposed to market. Follow on Twitter at http://twitter.com/therearview @TRVPodcast and at http://facebook.com/therearview. Music from General Cinema coming attractions and the film Little Children.

42 MIN2015 FEB 16
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[Reel 112] Movie Trailers w/ Joshua Dunn

[Reel 111] The Diving Bell And The Butterfly w/Megan Stacey

In this reel, Matt talks with cinematographer Megan Stacey about the visceral & visionary work of cinematographer Janusz Kaminsky and director Julian Schnable on the 2007 film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Schnable and Kaminsky's partnership achieves one of cinema's most intense character points of view with camera placement and lens choices. Follow on @TRVPodcast on Twitter at http://twitter.com/therearview and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/therearview Get in touch with The Rear View at http://therearviewpodcast.com "Le Mar" by Charles Trenet is intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use of copyright material.

38 MIN2015 FEB 9
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[Reel 111] The Diving Bell And The Butterfly w/Megan Stacey

[Reel 110] Wet Hot American Summer w/ Jack Quaid **NSFW**

In this reel Matt talks with Jack Quaid, actor, writer & filmmaker about the cult classic 80's film that was actually made in 2001, Wet Hot American Summer. Written by Michael Showalter and David Wain and directed by Wain. This throwback to the 80s, is a hilarious romp featuring an ensemble cast of mainstream and underground comedians. Actors from sketch powerhouses like Saturday Night Live, Stella and The State round out a cast that also includes, Bradley Cooper, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd and Christopher Meloni. We discuss how this absurd slapstick comedy remains honest and that comedy is the only place where the death of kids due to camp counselor neglect is acceptable - and funny. *contains explicit language Follow @TRVPodcast http://twitter.com/TRVPodcast and on Facebook http://facebook.com/therearview. For more information go to http://therearviewpodcast.com This reel contains excerpts of "Beth" by KISS and is intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use ...

43 MIN2015 FEB 2
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[Reel 110] Wet Hot American Summer w/ Jack Quaid **NSFW**

[Reel 109] Atonement w/ Scott McRae

In this reel, Matt chats with film composer Scott McRae about the Oscar winning score by Dario Marianelli of 2007's Atonement. The film is broken into three distinct acts and the score for each, is masterfully woven throughout.

36 MIN2015 JAN 25
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[Reel 109] Atonement w/ Scott McRae

Latest Episodes

[Reel 118] Se7ev w/ Rob Hamilton

In this reel, writer and director Rob Hamilton (The Suffering) discusses the David Fincher detective thriller film, Se7en. Starring Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt with a script by Andrew Kevin Walker. Fincher's meticulous attention to detail is highlighted in this classic genre film where "art and entertainment find a happy middle." Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information. Se7en clips and music courtesy of New Line Cinema.

41 MIN2017 OCT 24
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[Reel 118] Se7ev w/ Rob Hamilton

[Reel 117] First Blood w/ Gregory Veeser

In this reel, development executive Gregory Veeser discusses the 1982 film First Blood. Starring Sylvester Stallone in his second career defining roll (the first being, of course, Rocky Balboa,) Brian Denehy and Richard Crenna. The film is based on the 1972 novel of the same name by David Morrell. Although not a perfect movie by most standards, Veeser likes to point to this film as one that uses the classic story structure elements of the pregnant moment and forcing your characters into a vapor lock, really really well. And if you in the earlier parts of crafting your career in film, you may as well look to this film to emulate, rather than more elevated and complex stories such as The Sixth Sense or a Tarantino film. Veeser puts it this way: it's better to learn to drive stick on a Honda Civic than on a Porsche 911. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information. First Blood clips and music...

46 MIN2017 SEP 28
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[Reel 117] First Blood w/ Gregory Veeser

[Reel 116] The Iron Giant w/ Amy Aniobi

Joining Matt is this reel is television writer Amy Aniobi (Silicon Valley, The Michael J. Fox Show) to discuss Brad Bird's 1999 animated film The Iron Giant. Amy talks passionately about writing comedy in way that's visual rather than relying on dialogue, which requires trust in your actors and the rest of the creative team. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit therearviewpodcast.com for more information.

34 MIN2015 MAY 18
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[Reel 116] The Iron Giant w/ Amy Aniobi

[Reel 115] The Best Years Of Our Lives w/ E. Nicholas Mariani

Joining Matt is this reel is screenwriter E. Nicholas Mariani to discuss the 1946 film The Best Years of Our Lives, directed by William Wyler with a script by Robert E. Sherwood. So far, this film may be the quintessential example of why this podcast was created. An extraordinary achievement in filmmaking, The Best Years of Our Lives offers up the best in almost every aspect of this medium of story telling. Follow @TRVPodcast on Twitter http://twitter.com/TRVPodcast and at http://facebook.com/therearview.com. Visit http://therearviewpodcast.com for more information.

39 MIN2015 APR 14
Comments
[Reel 115] The Best Years Of Our Lives w/ E. Nicholas Mariani

[Reel 114] Back To The Future w/ David H. Steinberg

In this reel screenwriter David H. Steinberg joins Matt to discuss the one the more perfect screenplays and movies - 1985's Back to the Future written Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and directed by Zemeckis. A script that builds up enough goodwill with the audience that by the time the third act rolls around, the audience will accept anything that happens. Steinberg also explains what he calls a "Yes, Mr. President" movie is. Follow the show on Twitter @TRVPodcat http://twitter.com/trvpodcast and at Facebook http://facebook.com/therearview To get in touch with the podcast visit http://therearviewpodcast.com This reel contains an excerpt of "Back in Time" by Huey Lewis & The News intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use of copyright material.

44 MIN2015 MAR 9
Comments
[Reel 114] Back To The Future w/ David H. Steinberg

[Reel 113] Leave Behind Movie (Bonus Feature)

In this bonus reel, Matt highlights some of the answers guest have given in response to the one question he asks all of his guests. "If our civilization ended by some random act of God and extraterrestrials were to discover our remains one thousand years from now, what is the one film or television series you'd want them to find?" Each filmmaker's response offers some very surprising responses. This reel also includes a sneak peak of the next reel. Follow on @TRVPodcast on Twitter http://twitter.com/trvpodcast and facebook.com/therearview.

24 MIN2015 FEB 22
Comments
[Reel 113] Leave Behind Movie (Bonus Feature)

[Reel 112] Movie Trailers w/ Joshua Dunn

In this reel Matt brings in film trailer editor Joshua Dunn to discuss the art of the movie preview. Over time, trailers have turned into an art form all their own. From the early beginnings of just previewing whole scenes from movies to the big voiceover days of Don LaFontaine to the overused "Inception Horn" of recent years, trailers are sometimes more exciting than the films they are supposed to market. Follow on Twitter at http://twitter.com/therearview @TRVPodcast and at http://facebook.com/therearview. Music from General Cinema coming attractions and the film Little Children.

42 MIN2015 FEB 16
Comments
[Reel 112] Movie Trailers w/ Joshua Dunn

[Reel 111] The Diving Bell And The Butterfly w/Megan Stacey

In this reel, Matt talks with cinematographer Megan Stacey about the visceral & visionary work of cinematographer Janusz Kaminsky and director Julian Schnable on the 2007 film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Schnable and Kaminsky's partnership achieves one of cinema's most intense character points of view with camera placement and lens choices. Follow on @TRVPodcast on Twitter at http://twitter.com/therearview and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/therearview Get in touch with The Rear View at http://therearviewpodcast.com "Le Mar" by Charles Trenet is intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use of copyright material.

38 MIN2015 FEB 9
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[Reel 111] The Diving Bell And The Butterfly w/Megan Stacey

[Reel 110] Wet Hot American Summer w/ Jack Quaid **NSFW**

In this reel Matt talks with Jack Quaid, actor, writer & filmmaker about the cult classic 80's film that was actually made in 2001, Wet Hot American Summer. Written by Michael Showalter and David Wain and directed by Wain. This throwback to the 80s, is a hilarious romp featuring an ensemble cast of mainstream and underground comedians. Actors from sketch powerhouses like Saturday Night Live, Stella and The State round out a cast that also includes, Bradley Cooper, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd and Christopher Meloni. We discuss how this absurd slapstick comedy remains honest and that comedy is the only place where the death of kids due to camp counselor neglect is acceptable - and funny. *contains explicit language Follow @TRVPodcast http://twitter.com/TRVPodcast and on Facebook http://facebook.com/therearview. For more information go to http://therearviewpodcast.com This reel contains excerpts of "Beth" by KISS and is intended for analysis purposes only under the US code for fair use ...

43 MIN2015 FEB 2
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[Reel 110] Wet Hot American Summer w/ Jack Quaid **NSFW**

[Reel 109] Atonement w/ Scott McRae

In this reel, Matt chats with film composer Scott McRae about the Oscar winning score by Dario Marianelli of 2007's Atonement. The film is broken into three distinct acts and the score for each, is masterfully woven throughout.

36 MIN2015 JAN 25
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[Reel 109] Atonement w/ Scott McRae
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