#448: Frances Ha / Top 5 Cont. Black & White Movies
Show Archive - 2013 Shows
Friday, 31 May 2013 00:00

Frances Ha - Manhattan

In 1979, Diane Keaton was the quirky star of Woody Allen’s B&W love letter to New York City, "Manhattan." 35 years later, the city is the same -- and so is the black and white photography -- but the quirky star is Greta Gerwig, in director Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha." Plus, the Top 5 Contemporary Black & White Films... Your analyst Donnie really wants you to listen.

Filmspotting #448

Filmspotting #448

:00-1:12 - Billboard
1:12-21:32 - Review: "Frances Ha"
Music: She & Him, "I've Got Your Number, Son"
22:44-31:34 - Massacre Theatre
31:34-37:54 - Polls / Notes
Music: She & Him, "Turn to White"
39:00-47:41 - Donations
47:41-1:15:52 - Top 5: Contemporary Black & White Films
1:15:52-1:18:58 - Close

BONUS CONTENT

- Top 5 Geniuses Feedback

MUSIC

- She & Him

NOTES

- Massacre Theatre winner: Sean McDonnell

LINKS

- Josh's review of "Frances Ha"

- Letterboxd: "Behind the Candelabra"

- Johan's movie blog

Top 5 Contemporary Black & White Movies

PARTNERS

- MoviePass

- Fandor.com/Filmspotting

- The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith- iTunes

 

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