Herrmann and Welles
Bernard Herrmann began his career composing for a young Orson Welles. He worked on two of Welles’ early masterpieces, presented here.
Indiana University Cinema
Saturday, December 10th, 3:00pm
Free Tickets are available at the IU Auditorium or IU Cinema
Episode 60 – Discussing The Orson Welles Series With Professor James Naremore
On this week’s episode, we’re talking to Professor James Naremore about the Orson Welles series coming to the Cinema in December. Professor Naremore has written a book about Welles and appeared on DVD commentary tracks for both Touch of Evil and Mr. Arkadin. We’re thrilled to have him back on the podcast.
We start out with What Have You Seen Lately, and Jason is talking about a Nicholas Winding-Refn film, Valhalla Rising, and Andy is discussing some things at the Cinema.
We then launch into a long discussion of Orson Welles and his films, specifically Magnificent Ambersons, Citizen Kane, and Touch of Evil. Professor Naremore also discusses why Welles had such a hard time making the movies he wanted to make, and how some of the cuts affected Magnificent Ambersons and Touch of Evil.
It’s always a great time when Jim Naremore stops by, so listen in!
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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:
Chimes of Midnight
Day For Night
I Was Born, But…
Ides of March
Lady From Shanghai
Last Picture Show
Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
The Third Man
Touch Of Evil
Treasure of the Sierra Madre