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A Place For Film - Discussing Double Exposure

Tom Cruise in a scene from the 1986 film "Top Gun" produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. (Gannett News Service/Paramount Pictures)

Episode 119 - Discussing Double Exposure

NOTE: During the episode I mention that Nick Cline has been on the show previously. After double-checking, I discovered it was not Nick Cline, but Nick Hersh who had been on the show previously. Sorry for the confusion. ajh

On this week's episode, we're discussing the Double Exposure event at the IU Cinema mixing student film and student composers. We're joined by Susanne Schwibs from CMCL and John Gibson from the Jacobs School of music who are advisers to the students involved.

We start out with What Have You Seen Lately, and Jason is covering the recent IMAX re-release of Top Gun, while Andy is covering a lot of Cinema films he's seen, including how Out of the Past reminded him of another classic film.

We then discuss the Double Exposure event. This event involves a live student orchestra playing student composed scores for student films. John and Suzanne describe the process of how students are selected and how they are paired up, along with how the Jacobs School of Music and the Communication and Culture department collaborate.

This should be a great event so get your tickets and join us at the IU Cinema.

Video - Discussing Double Exposure

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

3:10 To Yuma

An American In Paris

A Hard Day's Night


Dial M For Murder

House Of Cards

I'm Not There

In A Lonely Place

Only God Could Hear Me

Out Of The Past

Rebel Without A Cause

Tales Of The Night

The Man In The White Suit

Top Gun

You Can't Go Home Again

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