FS #344: The Conspirator / Top 5 Sidney Lumet Scenes
Show Archive - 2011 Shows
Friday, 22 April 2011 23:40

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Filmspotting pays tribute to Sidney Lumet, the director responsible for some of the greatest American films ever, including "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Network." Plus, a discussion of Robert Redford's latest film, "The Conspirator," about the trial of Mary Surratt, accused of conspiring to kill Abraham Lincoln.

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Filmspotting #344

Filmspotting #344
- :00-21:24 - Review: "The Conspirator"
Music: Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, "I Learned The Hard Way"
- 25:28-36:15 - Massacre Theatre / Notes / Polls
- 36:16-49:42 - Listener Feedback: Character Actors Hall of Fame
Music: Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, "She Ain't A Child No More"
- 51:08-55:05 - Donations
- 55:22-1:19:25 - Top 5: Lumet Scenes
- 1:19:26-1:22:29 - Close


- Yay Us, Top 5 De Niro Scenes Feedback


- Featured Artist: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings


- Massacre Theatre winner: J. Neblett

- Sundance Institute Presents ShortsLab: Chicago

- Top 5 Sidney Lumet Scenes

- Audible recommendation(s): "War" by Sebastian Junger and "Assassination Vacation" by Sarah Vowell

- Sincere apologies again to Mike Spring from DVDSnapshot.com... Technical difficulties forced us to cut his segment this week. Here are his Top 5 DVD Releases of the Week: Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back, El Topo/ The Holy Mountain, , Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno and Blow Out.


- The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

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