It's the Pictures that Got Small podcast

It's the Pictures that Got Small

Nate DiMeo and Karina Longworth

From Nate DiMeo, the creator of The Memory Palace, and Karina Longworth, creator of You Must Remember This, comes a new movie podcast. Each episode, Karina and Nate reach out from their quarantines to a guest who’ll pick a movie they’ve heard is great but never found the time to watch. They’ll watch it, break it down, even play a game or two. All while raising money to support independent movie theaters, film societies, and other places that make us love going out to the movies.

Join them and watch the best of the big screen on whatever little screens you have on hand as you hunker down and wait this thing out.

12 Episodes

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    Episode 11: One Sings, the Other Doesn't

    47:58

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by culture writer, Rachel Syme and exchange postcards over that chronicle our lives during a decade of social change and our opinions about Agnes Vardas One Sings the Other Doesn’t! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The delightful Rachel Syme? Here! Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com Stuff We Talked About The Great What We Do in the Shadows (TV) Seinfeld The Vast of Night Dear… The Spiral Staircase Malcolm X School Daze Shark Tank Celebrity Watch Party Gogglebox One Sings, the Other Doesn’t Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 10: The Verdict

    50:30

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Mark Olsen of the Los Angeles Times as we drink too many Jameson’s and try to redeem ourselves by winning One Big Case and talk Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. Mark? Here! Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com Stuff We Talked About The Movies of Lynn Shelton California Split Nate’s irrational aversion to George Segal The French Lieutenant’s Woman One-Eyed Jacks The Last Dance The Verdict Next Week: We’re watching Agnes Varda’s, One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, with Rachel Syme! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 9: Daisies

    34:42

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Tony-winning director Rachel Chavkin to watch the proto-punk, cult-classic of the Czech new wave, Daisies! Join them as trample on a trifle (or a row of lettuce? or possibly ignore a “keep off the grass” sign? They’ll sort it out while serving insane, Instagram-worthy looks)! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. Rachel? Here! Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com Find out what our friends at The Art-House America Campaign are up to. Stuff We Talked About 24 Hour Party People Good Bye Lenin! NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert The Great Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight Beach Rats Anything But Love Around the World in 80 Days Daisies Instrument Next Week: We’re watching Sidney Lumet’s, The Verdict, with Mark Olsen of the L.A. Times! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 8: Dune

    42:45

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are by one of their favorite actors, Natasha Lyonne! Join them as their consciousnesses are expanded by the spice melange of the desert planet, Arakis, and evolve over the course of 4,000 years into weird, floating blobs that can bend space-time in David Lynch’s Dune! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. And definitely follow Natasha, who’s kind of a Twitter genius. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com Find out what our friends at The Art-House America Campaign are up to. Stuff Discussed in this Episode: Twin Peaks: The Return Animal Crossing The DisneyNature Documentaries Seance on a Wet Afternoon The Last of Sheila King of Marvin Gardens Altered States Carnal Knowledge Porcile Tiger King Unforgiven Anything But Love Dune Blue Velvet Room to Dream by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna Jodorowsky’s Dune The Elephant Man Trip to the Moon Jason and the Argonauts Heaven’s Gate The Film Forum Next Week: We’re watching Vera Chytilova’s Daisies with Tony-winning director, Rachel Chavkin! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 7: Amadeus

    29:16

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by producer, Stacey Sher! Join them as tease up our hair like Howard Jones on our way to buy some Aquanet at the Galleria but take the wrong exit off the 405 and wind up in 18th Century Vienna with Wolfie and the gang in the director’s cut of Amadeus! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Stuff Discussed in this Episode: Amadeus Valmont Marie Antoinette Sammy, the Way-Out Seal This ridiculous Amadeus music video Next Week: We’re watching David Lynch’s Dune with Natasha Lyonne! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 6: Eyes of Laura Mars

    47:15

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by screenwriter, Michael Green! Join them as they gyrate in front of the flaming wreckage of an overturned Cadillac El Dorado in late seventies Manhattan/watch Eyes of Laura Mars! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The exceptional Michael Green? Here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Stuff Discussed in this Episode: Classic Disney shorts The Spy Who Came in From the Cold Journey to Italy Pressure Point The Empire Strikes… oh EXCUSE me, I meant Star Wars Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back Eyes of Laura Mars Prisoner (Love Theme to Eyes of Laura Mars) Rebecca Blake music videos Terry O’Neill portrait of Faye Dunaway Mad Magazine’s Eyes of Lurid Mess The Amazing Howard Hughes Next Week: We’re watching the director’s cut of Amadeus with producer, Stacey Sher! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 5: Casino

    44:23

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Lindsey Weber of Who? Weekly, making the five-hour drive to Vegas in a tight 45 minutes on pandemic-emptied streets while talking about Martin Scorsese’s Casino! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The delightful Lindsey Weber? Here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Movies and TV Discussed in this Episode: The Sopranos My Cousin Vinnie Bringing Up Baby To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before The Fits What Would Tom Do? Bonfire of the Vanities Casino The Irishman Home Alone Sliver Irreconcilable Differences Next Week: We’re watching Eyes of Laura Mars with screenwriter, Michael Green! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 4: 3 Women

    41:23

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by the creator of Mrs. America, Dahvi Waller. Join us at a western-themed cop-bar out by a shooting range and dirt-bike track as we make some cryptic, erotic mosaics and talk Robert Altman’s 3 Women! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The fantastic Dahvi Waller? Here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Movies Discussed in this Episode: Girlfriends Portrait of Jennie The Hunger The Prestige The many films of Robert Altman Here’s the Randomizer app. And, here’s that French interview clip. Next Week: We’re watching Casino with Lindsey Weber of Who? Weekly! Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 3: The Grapes of Wrath

    50:11

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by comedy writer, Megan Amram. Wherever they’s a fight so hungry people can eat, wherever they’s a cop beatin’ up a guy, they’ll be there talking about 1940’s The Grapes of Wrath. To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The fantastic Megan Amram? Here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Movies Discussed in this Episode: Never Rarely Sometimes Always The Rock The Nice Guys Wild Rose Big Night Prisoner of Shark Island Melvin and Howard Down and Out in Beverly Hills The Searchers The many many many films of John Ford The Whole Shebang That Song Going Out Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.
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    Episode 2: From Here to Eternity

    40:10

    On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by movie critic and Unspooled co-host, Amy Nicholson to talk about 1953’s From Here to Eternity. Is the movie history’s great kiss between a man and a woman or a man and a bugle? To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The mighty Amy Nicholson? Here. Subscribe to You Must Remember This and The Memory Palace, while you’re at it. www.smallpicturesshow.com We hope you’ll join us in donating to The Art-House America Campaign to support independent film exhibitors. Movies Discussed in this Episode: Banana Split Vivarium The Hospital Portrait of a Lady on Fire Until the End of the World From Here to Eternity Mogambo Some Came Running The Best Years of Our Lives Credits This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Our theme music is by WMD. All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore. Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.

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