TGB Episode 39: To Film Or Not To Film (Guest: James Marsh)
by Tim Buel
December 8, 2010
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by fellow Hong Kong-based critic James Marsh from Twitch Film to discuss their latest picks of the week, go over the newest DVD & Blu-Ray releases (including Christopher Nolan's Inception!), talk about the highly controversial trailer for Jodie Foster's The Beaver with Mel Gibson, respond to a recent listener voicemail and so much more! The main topic of the night was William Shakespeare's plays adapted into films, in honor of Julie Taymor's The Tempest (watch the trailer) hitting limited theaters this Friday. Another stellar episode - listen below!
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James Marsh: @Marshy00
Picks of the Week:
Jeremy: Black Rain
James: Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
Tim: Jay and Silent Bob Get Old
Picks of the Week: 9:54
New Releases: 32:07
Trailer Watch: The Beaver: 38:20
Mailbag: Contests for Young Filmmakers: 46:30
Main Topic: Shakespeare Films: 54:15
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