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If you’d like to learn more about the history of film and don’t have $13 a week to see the latest movies in theaters, then this podcast is for you!

Every Thursday, your host Katherine (that’s me!) talks about a classic, historically significant, and/or particularly artistic film. These are not movie reviews. These are discussions about the art of storytelling and the evolution of film as a medium.

I discuss everything from the black-and-white classics of the fifties to indie films released in the last ten years. And on the rare occasions when I leave the house, I talk about new movies, too.

If you’d like to learn more about the history of film and don’t have $13 a week to see the latest movies in theaters, then this podcast is for you! Every Thursday, your host Katherine (that’s me!) talks about a classic, historically significant, and/or particularly artistic film. These are not movie reviews. These are discussions about the art of storytelling and the evolution of film as a medium. I discuss everything from the black-and-white classics of the fifties to indie films released in the last ten years. And on the rare occasions when I leave the house, I talk about new movies, too.

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On the Waterfront (1954)

Duration: 53 min

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