Episode 22 of ProjectionCast finds our heroes at a crossroads: it’s the end of an Oscar season and the beginning of a long wait for the next. NP Awards Guru and Senior Critic Jason McKiernan, NP Founder Chris Misch, and NP Director of Media Dan Tucker convene to discuss the 87th Academy Awards — the winners, the losers, the show, the host …
Oscar Night is imminently upon us, and that means it’s time for Next Projection’s so-called “experts” to run through the categories and make their final Oscar predictions in advance of Sunday night’s ceremony.
At long last, Next Projection’s official podcast reaches its 20-episode birthday, and NP Director of News joins Jason and Chris to discuss some of the hot button topics revolving around every cinephile’s head. The DGA and BAFTA results threw us for a loop this weekend, and the boys discuss the implications of those results as we ….
Hey there, remember us? ProjectionCast is BACK and it’s a new era for the Next Projection’s official podcast. NP Founder Christopher Misch and Sr. Staff Film Critic/Awards Guru Jason McKiernan settle back in behind the mics to discuss recent cinema news, from the surprise results of …
Meeting for the first time since the Oscar nominations were announced, NP Oscar Pundit Jason McKiernan and Founder Chris Misch reconvene to chat about the many developments that have transpired since those nominations. Bound by no particular structure, our heroes wax quasi-poetic on the potential fates of the top Oscar contenders, the most recent films they’ve been catching up with, and the all-important notion of Oscar Cram Week.
On this very special episode of ProjectionCast, the boss is away and Awards Guru Jason McKiernan opts to play with Special Guest Daniel Tucker.
Jason and Dan discuss all things Oscar, from the surprises and “snubs” to first-look winner predictions.
Opening Music: “Flashing Lights” performed by Kanye West
Closing Music: “Let It Go” performed by Idina Menzel
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Episode 15 of ProjectionCast finds our heroes — Awards Guru Jason McKiernan and NP Founder Christopher Misch — embroiled in battle over Scott Pilgrim vs. The World…a battle not dissimilar from one of Scott’s *AWESOME* battles against Ramona’s evil exes (in this scenario, Chris plays the role of the evil ex).
But before this imbroglio — and after — the two hosts chat civilly about the Golden Globes winners and the this week’s upcoming Oscar Nominations announcement. Chris and Jason also find time to chat up films they’ve recently caught up with — Her, Saving Mr. Banks, August: Osage County, andDrug War highlight the docket.
In this epic episode of ProjectionCast, NP Sr. Critic/Oscar Pundit Jason McKiernan and NP Founder Christopher Misch convene at the dawn of a new year to discuss the highlights of the year just passed.
Our heroes share their personal Top Ten Films of 2013 and pat each other on the back quite frequently, in spite of the fact that there is but a single film that appears on both lists.
NP Founder Chris Misch is back and better than ever, and Awards Pundit Jason McKiernan is in prime conversation-dominating form as our heroes reconvene to discuss the state of the Oscar race in this special Awards Season-themed episode of ProjectionCast.
Topics include: the onslaught of recent critics group awards; the new, and somewhat surprising, contenders in the Oscar race; the state of each major Oscar category; and Chris’ undying devotion to all things Tolkien.
It’s colder now than when we last heard from McKiernan and Misch, but the computer-side chat will keep you warm.
In Episode 12, our humble hosts discuss the beginning of the Fall movie season, better known as “Awards Season.” Gravity and 12 Years a Slave are shaping up to be the major Oscar players, with several other titles falling behind. Jason and Chris analyze what they’ve seen, what’s still to come, and how all the pieces could fall into place once the Oscar race is set.
Also, discussion of films outside the awards sphere, including The Fifth Estate, Escape Plan, Escape from Tomorrow, Paradise, and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.