The People's History of Film

Episode 16

Matt Buchanan

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Welcome to another exciting episode of The People's History of Film. We have a very special episode for you this week. Well, every episode is special in it's own way, but this one is particularly exciting. You see our show's incredibly talented producer Arthur Gordon was able to book the co-founder of Letterboxd, Matt Buchanan.

For those not already in the know Letterboxd is a social network that allows film fans to share their cinematic tastes by rating and reviewing the films they watch and logging when they watched said films. For obvious reasons Letterboxd is one of the GoodTrash Media team's favorite websites. It helps us with our year in review lists and its "films watched the year" feature makes for fun competition between us.

All of this is to say that Dalton was a bit starstruck when Matt sat down with him over Skype from his home in Auckland, New Zealand. This made for a very different kind of episode as Dalton let his inner Terry Gross run wild with the end result being a bit more NPR in nature than our regular listeners may be used to. Don't worry though, Dalton still manages to make a total idiot of himself once or twice. This is Matt Buchanan's history of film, get into it. 

 

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