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Roughly Speaking episode 421:
Christopher Llewellyn Reed teaches filmmaking at Stevenson University, has worked on films, writes weekly reviews and monthly joins our other critic, Linda DeLibero, to talk about either classic movies or the current cinema. Today you’ll hear Chris talk about 10 of his favorites, from Spike Lee’s "Do The Right Thing" to "The Godfather" to "The Piano" and the 2005 film, "Nine Lives," directed by Rodrigo Garcia. He even throws in a musical and a science fiction comedy. Chris starts us in the 1940s, after World War II, with "The Best Years of Our Lives," directed by William Wyler, and a film you’re sure to recognize, directed by Frank Capra.
Christopher Llewelyn Reed is professor and chair of the film and moving image department at Stevenson University. He is a regular contributor to Roughly Speaking. Linda DeLibero will be with us next week to list some of her top choices, Part II of A Film Critic’s Favorite Films.
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