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Someone Else's Movie

SOMEONE ELSE'S MOVIE is just what it says on the label: Each week, an actor, director, screenwriter, critic or industry observer will discuss a film that he or she admires, but had no hand in making. Hosted as genially as possible by Norm Wilner.
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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 30, 2016

Fan Expo is coming to Toronto, so author Sam Maggs -- who'll be there Friday through Sunday, signing copies of The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy and promoting her new book Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors and Trailblazers Who Changed History -- brings some true Browncoat love for Serenity, Joss Whedon's 2005 big-screen sequel to his beloved space western Firefly. Your genial host Norm Wilner aims to misbehave.

Aug 23, 2016

Writer-director John Magary, whose film The Mend was one of the best pictures you didn't see last year, celebrates the curious hybrid of horror and social satire that is Mike Nichols' 1994 Wolf -- you know, the one where Jack Nicholson and James Spader have a literal pissing contest over Michelle Pfeiffer. Your genial host Norm Wilner cannot help but encourage him.

Aug 16, 2016

As his new film Edge of Winter makes its way into North American theatres, director Rob Connolly takes the podcast to Toontown for a conversation about Robert Zemeckis' delightful 1988 blockbuster Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Your genial host Norm Wilner doesn't see a single weasel in the room, no sir.

Aug 9, 2016

With his new feature How Heavy This Hammer opening in Toronto and Vancouver this week, filmmaker Kazik Radwanski drops by the studio to talk about Stroszek, Werner Herzog's singular 1977 tale of alienation, despair and dancing chickens. Your genial host Norm Wilner keeps the impression to a respectful minimum.

Aug 2, 2016

New York chef Andrew Carmellini -- who designed the dishes in Simply Irresistible before setting off on the path that led to Locanda Verde, The Dutch, Lafayette, Bar Primi, Little Park and the soon-to-be-opening Leuca -- celebrates The Blues Brothers the only way he can: Through the music, man. Your genial host Norm Wilner regrets not wearing sunglasses.

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