The Bazura Project 2.11 – Interview

New Zealand filmmaker Jonathan King talks to us about murderous animals and his debut feature, Black Sheep.

The Bazura Project 2.11 – Reviews

Who liked Black Sheep and who didn’t? And just how obscure can Shannon go with this week’s Show and Found?

The Bazura Project 2.11 – Outro


The Bazura Project 2.12 – Opening

Come, marvel at the Eighth Wonder of the World!

The Bazura Project 2.12 – News

Is there a new Fantastic Voyage? Is the Justice League movie finally going ahead? Is there a new oscarbait role for Jamie Foxx? Is there a receptacle that could possibly contain the respect Lee has for Len Wiseman?

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Feature Story

Another edition of Lee’s Guide To Film Movements, as Italian Neo-Realism gets a good once-over. Want to sound like an expert? Five minutes is all you need.

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Interview

The Rachmaninoff/mental illness craze of the 1990s was largely kicked off by Scott Hicks’s Shine. Now, several films later, he’s trying his hand at lighter, more contemporary fare with No Reservations. But what sorts of films has he been offered in the meantime? And how is Abigail Breslin like Meryl Streep? And what’s with the wine?

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Reviews

What do Shannon and Lee think of Ratatouille? Of No Reservations? Of Home Song Stories? Of Away From Her? Of Once? Of Hairspray? Of Mice and Men? Their opinions will not only blow your mind; they’ll render you incapacitated from the waist down.

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Outro


The Bazura Project 2.13 – Opening

They were never in time for their shoots… they were never in time for their screenings… then one day… they weren’t in time at all.

The Bazura Project 2.13 – Feature Story

In an all-new Bazura Project Guide To Cinephelia, we look at the lives of film critics. Who are they? What do they do? How do you become one?

The Bazura Project 2.13 – Interview

Rolf de Heer has directed films such as Bad Boy Bubby, The Tracker and Ten Canoes. Now, he takes on his most challenging task yet: being interviewed on The Bazura Project.

The Bazura Project 2.13 – The History of Cinema

If you’re not a cinematical expert (or, in layman’s terms, a film geek) it’s possible that a lot of The Bazura Project has gone over your head. To help explain everything you need to know, Shannon and Lee present the entire complete total history of cinema. In song.

The Bazura Project 2.13 – Outro


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