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Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED – May 1, 2018

EThis podcast is a recording of the Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED (Recorded May 1,2018)

33 min2018 MAY 9
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Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED – May 1, 2018

THE WORLD OF TOMORROW Q&A with co-director Tom Johnson, moderated by Bruce Goldstein, April 16, 2018

ETom Johnson, co-director with Lance Bird of THE WORLD OF TOMORROW, their 1984 documentary on the 1939/40 New York World’s Fair, interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Director of Repertory Programming, with audience Q&A. (THE WORLD OF TOMORROW had its New York premiere at Film Forum 34 years ago).

35 min2018 APR 18
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THE WORLD OF TOMORROW Q&A with co-director Tom Johnson, moderated by Bruce Goldstein, April 16, 2018

Cinematographer Masahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa, son of cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa, interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018

EMasahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018. (Following a screening of Kenji Mizoguchi’s A STORY FROM CHIKAMATSU. Approx. 35 min.

35 min2018 APR 13
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Cinematographer Masahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa, son of cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa, interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018

Thomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr.

EThomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr. Recorded Saturday, January 27, 2018

9 min2018 APR 12
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Thomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr.

ACTRESS LOIS SMITH interviewed by Foster Hirsch, April 2, 2018

E“An Evening with Lois Smith”: the legendary actress (East of Eden, Five Easy Pieces, Lady Bird, etc.) interviewed by author and film historian Foster Hirsch. Produced by Bruce Goldstein.

97 min2018 APR 3
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ACTRESS LOIS SMITH interviewed by Foster Hirsch, April 2, 2018

Actor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018

EActor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018. (Following a special screening of Otto Preminger’s SKIDOO.)

53 min2018 MAR 12
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Actor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018

Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 25 min.

EActress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 25 min.

25 min2018 MAR 9
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Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018.  (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective).  Approx. 25 min.

Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

EActress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

78 min2018 MAR 7
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Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

Filmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

EFilmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

15 min2018 MAR 6
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Filmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

Jean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg (recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018)

EJean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg, recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018, at a screening on the film.

10 min2018 JAN 31
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Jean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg (recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018)

Latest Episodes

Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED – May 1, 2018

EThis podcast is a recording of the Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED (Recorded May 1,2018)

33 min2018 MAY 9
Comments
Q&A with Ethan Hawke following a special screening of Paul Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED – May 1, 2018

THE WORLD OF TOMORROW Q&A with co-director Tom Johnson, moderated by Bruce Goldstein, April 16, 2018

ETom Johnson, co-director with Lance Bird of THE WORLD OF TOMORROW, their 1984 documentary on the 1939/40 New York World’s Fair, interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Director of Repertory Programming, with audience Q&A. (THE WORLD OF TOMORROW had its New York premiere at Film Forum 34 years ago).

35 min2018 APR 18
Comments
THE WORLD OF TOMORROW Q&A with co-director Tom Johnson, moderated by Bruce Goldstein, April 16, 2018

Cinematographer Masahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa, son of cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa, interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018

EMasahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018. (Following a screening of Kenji Mizoguchi’s A STORY FROM CHIKAMATSU. Approx. 35 min.

35 min2018 APR 13
Comments
Cinematographer Masahiro Miyajima and Ichiro Miyagawa, son of cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa, interviewed by Eric Nyari of Cineric Labs, April 11, 2018

Thomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr.

EThomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr. Recorded Saturday, January 27, 2018

9 min2018 APR 12
Comments
Thomas Reichman’s MINGUS introduced by artist Charles Mingus III, son of the great Jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Jr.

ACTRESS LOIS SMITH interviewed by Foster Hirsch, April 2, 2018

E“An Evening with Lois Smith”: the legendary actress (East of Eden, Five Easy Pieces, Lady Bird, etc.) interviewed by author and film historian Foster Hirsch. Produced by Bruce Goldstein.

97 min2018 APR 3
Comments
ACTRESS LOIS SMITH interviewed by Foster Hirsch, April 2, 2018

Actor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018

EActor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018. (Following a special screening of Otto Preminger’s SKIDOO.)

53 min2018 MAR 12
Comments
Actor Austin Pendleton interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch, March 8, 2018

Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 25 min.

EActress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 25 min.

25 min2018 MAR 9
Comments
Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 3, 2018.  (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s THE PASSION OF ANNA, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective).  Approx. 25 min.

Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

EActress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

78 min2018 MAR 7
Comments
Actress Liv Ullmann interviewed by Bruce Goldstein, Film Forum Repertory Program Director, March 2, 2018. (Following a screening of Ingmar Bergman’s SHAME, part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 76 min.

Filmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

EFilmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

15 min2018 MAR 6
Comments
Filmmaker and Ingmar Bergman expert Stig Björkman introduces Bergman’s THE VIRGIN SPRING, February 21, 2018. (Part of Film Forum’s Ingmar Bergman centennial retrospective). Approx. 15 min.

Jean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg (recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018)

EJean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg, recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018, at a screening on the film.

10 min2018 JAN 31
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Jean Rouch’s THE MAD MASTERS & MAMMY WATER introduced by Anthropologist Faye Ginsburg (recorded Sunday, January 21, 2018)
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