Monday, 25 January 2010

The latest Dukes/Splendor podcast is here!

That's right, it's that time again. Last Friday Jon Barrenechea and I sat down to discuss 'A Prophet' and 'Up in the Air' and, as usual, there was some general chatter about film distribution. You can listen to the episode here or by downloading it from iTunes (where you'd be a fool not to subscribe).

Jon also makes some interesting points about protection and exhibition of domestic cinema, which he goes into in more detail on his blog (with regards to the "banning" of 'Avatar' in China). The man makes a lot of sense.

Apologies for some issues with sound quality this week. I have found an external mic, and it will hopefully be better next time.
Finally, for those with an interest, I have just started a "sister" blog to this one with a focus on video games. Please give it a look, if you are so inclined.

1 comment:

  1. You're right I do make sense and I have a lot of opinions on film policy - in general the UK gets most of it wrong. But more on that next week.