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The world cinema podcast from two Finnish audiovisual arts graduates/students, Karri Ojala and Henrik Telkki. New episodes biweekly on Thursdays.

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Feb 28, 2019

Akira is a landmark Japanese film. It brought anime to international stage and influenced countless works of art thereafter, including and most definitely not limited to Kill Bill and Metal Gear Solid. The Flick Lab continues its spring theme of looking into some of the most iconic films and directors of all time.


Feb 21, 2019

Serbian film episode. Over 101.000 people died in the Bosnian War (1992-1995). How could something like this have happened in Europe so recently? Karri and Henrik investigate the war and the Serbian anti-war film Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (Lepa sela lepo gore) (1996) with our Serbian guest Mladen. This is part of...


Feb 14, 2019

'The greatest pornographic film of all time' is from an era when its genre was taken seriously. Porn films got theatrical releases in the 70's, had plots, were high budget, and were reviewed and discussed openly by people such as Roger Ebert. Should the pornographic film industry be taken seriously today?


Feb 7, 2019

It destroyed Titanic at the Korean box office. It permanently transformed Asian cinema. At the heart a desperate cry for peace. Shiri, 20-year anniversary.