Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

A podcast analyzing world/international cinema by audiovisual arts graduates/students from Finland and the US;
Karri Ojala, Henrik Telkki and Zachary Pen.
New episodes bi-weekly on Thursdays.

You can find the show on most podcast players or in the episode feed below.

Apple PodcastsSpotifyStitcherFacebookTwitterInstagramYoutube | LBRY | LinkedInPatreon | TheFlickLab.com

Sep 26, 2019

Sean Connery's last outing as James Bond, Never Say Never Again. Connery joined forces with producer Kevin McClory to make an 'unofficial' James Bond film which is a rehash of Thunderball. The Flick Lab goes through all the subjectively best and worst Bond films from each actor who played Bond until the release of No...


Sep 18, 2019

The Brotherhood of War was the most successful Korean film at its time. It's a story of two brothers thrown into the Korean War. It was successful internationally and praised by critics. Our guest to explain its cultural nuances is Lee from South Korea.

This episode is part of The Flick Lab International...


Sep 12, 2019

The Matrix was a revolutionary sci-fi film that introduced the world to concepts like the Bullet Time and brought to front some exciting existential questions. The Lab now dissects the entire film and touches on multiple of its philosophical points. How has the film aged 20 years on? This film is a listener...


Sep 5, 2019

Martiniquan film episode. Black people were being exploited as cheap labor by the whites in sugar plantations in the 1930's Caribbean. But one grandmother has a tireless quest to get her grandson out of the cycle. That is the story of Sugar Cane Alley, a Martiniquan film. Martinique is a French overseas island in...