Changing Reels is a bi-weekly podcast that celebrates diversity and representation in cinema. In each episode, host Courtney Small and a guest take a deep dive into a film and discuss its cultural significance.
Bob Turnbull (@TheLogicalMind) returns to discuss Steve McQueen’s Education.
Film critic Paolo Kagaoan (@paolocase) returns to discuss Regina King’s One Night in Miami
Musician Scott Knopf (a.k.a. Rhyme Time) talks battle rap and the consequences of words in the film Bodied.
Film critic Rishabh Vashishtha (@Rishabh66420269) talks diversity in the writers’ room and South Asian representation in the film Late Night.
Film critic Andrew Robinson (@gmanreviews) shares his thoughts on Selah and the Spades.
Podcaster and film critic Jay Cluitt (@LifeVsFilm) talks Attack the Block.
Podcaster and film critic Petula Neale (@obesacantavit) stops by to discuss Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers.
Freelance Film/TV critic Carolyn Hinds (@CarrieCnh12) stops by to discuss Lee Chang-dong’s Burning.
Freelance journalist Max Covill (@mhcovill) stops by to discuss Satoshi Kon’s Millennium Actress.
Bob Turnbull (@TheLogicalMind) returns to the show to discuss Nobuhiko Obayashi’s 1977 film House (Hausu). This episode was originally slated to be released in June, however, Obayashi passed away six days after the show was recorded. We are releasing the episode early as a farewell to the prolific filmmaker.
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The Anneewakee Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Youth operated in Douglasville, Georgia for over 25 years. Purportedly, it was a place that parents could send their troubled kids for help. But in reality, it was a breeding ground for abuse. This is the story of Anneewakee, as never told before.
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