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Welcome to Life Lessons in 35mm; a podcast that delves into the life lessons from the silver screen. In each episode we analyse a film and discuss the things we can learn from it… lessons we can use to live our own lives a little better. We talk about a whole range of things; some serious and some less so, but there’ll be something in there for everyone, so we’d love for you to join us!
 
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On this episode of the podcast we are joined by Miku Sensei from Miku Real Japanese as she indroduces us and helps us navigate the Japanese classic Okuribito (Departures) 2008. This episode was all about life and death, key themes to this film, but we also delve into shame, shinto/buddhist practices and how Japanese people view death.…
 
In this episode of Life Lessons in 35mm we’re getting personal… going back to where it started, if you will; we discuss how Terminator 2: Judgment Day kick-started a life-long love of movies. We talk about what made T2 such a special film, and why it’s still so special today… ground-breaking cinema, record-breaking budgets and the height of star po…
 
In this episode we discuss the modern American classic ‘There Will Be Blood’; there is so much to dissect in this film that it’s difficult to stay strictly on topic… we cover capitalism vs. religion and how the characters represent each of those things, both generally and in the context of the early 20th century. We talk about the father-son relati…
 
In this weeks episode, we explore the 1999 sci-fi action epic The Matrix and how it teaches us how there is a potential hero within all of us that is not based on physical strength, raw brainpower or technical abilities, but can be obtained by just believing in ourselves, believing in our journey and believing that we have the power within us to ma…
 
This week on Life Lessons in 35mm we’re discussing Gus Van Sant’s 1997 film Good Will Hunting; we talk about Will’s journey of self-discovery and how he finds guiding lights in Chuckie, Sean and Skylar, all of whom help him navigate the tricky path he has to walk as not just a troubled young man, but one with a unique genius. We talk in-depth about…
 
In this weeks episode we discuss Zack Braff’s 2004 directorial debut Garden State; we talk about how it teaches us that it’s ok not to know your path, and that it can even be a good thing… as long as we’re open to change and allow life, and the people around us, to show us the way. Garden State was a big success when it first hit cinemas back in 20…
 
In this weeks podcast we tackle probably one of the more controversial films and topics, a film that argues that hate can be learnt and un-learnt. This 1998 crime drama, sees Ed Norton take on the role of Derek Vinyard, a neo-Nazi who’s life is transformed when he breaks his cycle of hatred with the help of another prison inmate and an empathetic t…
 
🍑 In this week's episode, we discuss the importance of accepting all that love is and everything that comes with it, including a broken heart. Call Me by Your Name, the 2017 Acadamy Award winner for Best Adapted Screenplay, deals with past memories and how in order to pay homage to that which is significant, we must sometimes accept the bad with th…
 
In this episode, we discuss the 2010 animated film ‘How To Train Your Dragon’; the similarities between the dragons and dogs, and how the bond between Hiccup and Toothless mirrors the unique bond between humans and our canine companions. Don’t worry, we also cover the important stuff about acceptance of our true selves, and how being yourself is a …
 
In the second episode of the podcast, we look at Same Mendes 1999 Oscar-winning film American Beauty, and how it reminds us to really cherish beautiful moments in the ordinary. A plastic bag and a rose. Two symbols that the film uses to teach us the importance of life’s beauty. Do we focus on the superficial and faux by way of the rose…. or do we s…
 
In our first episode, we discuss how ‘Her’, the 2013 American science-fiction romantic drama written and directed by Spike Jonze, teaches us the importance of human connection. Can one fall in love with an AI? What is love? What makes love real to us? Do we all have a perfect partner somewhere out there?... plenty of big questions, with some laughs…
 
Unser langersehntes Comeback ist da!Unter anderem geben wir euch heute die langersehnten Antworten auf die Fragen, die jeder mit sich trägt. Nämlich die, die es zu beantworten gilt, um bei der Aufnahmeprüfung für Regie an der Filmakademie Wien weiterzukommen.Viel Spaß!由35mm über dem Existenzminimum
 
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