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Podcast 099, with Jeff Newman

July 11, 2011

The year 1999 was supposedly the greatest year of contemporary cinema. I can’t prove that anyone said that, but I can spend 30mins talking to Jeff Newman about it.

Click to stream, or Right Click+Save Link As to download mp3:
There Will Be Spoilers, Episode 099

Notes:

Damn my audio settings! Once again, recorded on the MacBook instead of the very expensive microphone we were speaking into.

4 comments

  1. For all who believe that The Matrix was the first movie to use that technique (as was suggested in this episode):

    (Jump to 1:25 into the clip)


    • Did they shoot that the same way Wachowski Bros did? To me, that looks like a 100% computer generated shot as opposed to tons of cameras in a circle.

      Actually, the larger issue is that you remember this as a scene in Lost in Space. Lost in Space, Robbie… really??


      • Lost in Space? I don’t remember anything from Lost in Space ::looks around, hopes nobody notices::

        I meant to say that I remember Michel Gondry using it in this kick ass Smirnoff ad from 1998. Yeah. That’s it:


  2. Audio came through okay, all things considered. IMDB lists Rushmore as 1998, though it was released in February of 1999.



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