Episode 3.09

After a quick shower at a remote motel, we explore the origins of the Soviet Montage film movement, have a drink with Shine screenwriter Jan Sardi, and review the high-concept low-interest yuletide film Four Holidays.

First aired on 4 December 2008

The Bazura Project 3.09 – Opening

The Bazura Project just goes a little mad sometimes. We all go a little mad sometimes. Don’t you?

The Bazura Project 3.09 – News

Paul Shrader goes Bollywood, Tom Selleck goes bridal, Terry Gilliam goes Quixotic, and Christian Bale goes [after] Johnny Depp.

The Bazura Project 3.09 – Feature Story

In the latest edition of the Guide To Film Movements, Lee finally lives up to his full potemkin as he explores Soviet Montage, discovering that the Russians really did invent editing. Or rediting. No, editing.

The Bazura Project 3.09 – Interview

Jan Sardi is arguably Australia’s best-known screenwriter, but why would you want to argue about it? Instead, watch his interview on Bazura.

The Bazura Project 3.09 – Reviews

Lee and Shannon develop fewer than four opinions about Four Holidays, and you should definitely try to sync up¬†Shannon’s Show and Found¬†with The Great Gig In The Sky.

The Bazura Project 3.09 – Outro