CharRon finally get the pleasure to speak to the sensational recording Artist: The Philharmonik. They discuss his upbringing and his music. Plus, CharRon get deep in some of Phil’s inspiration that are felt in his music and production.
Reel Poetry with Tarandeep review 2017 film Love Beats Rhymes (starring Jill Scott, Azealia Banks, Common, and John David Washington). The main question, Is rap poetry?, is a good talking point but the movie doesn’t dive into it as much and deals a lot of clichés with the cast.
The Reel Poets review the 2011 independent file, Speak to me in poetry, a movie about a shy guy who make a wish to talk like a poet. This movie got the chatter going and the Reel poets angry at CharRon watching this. From the acting, screenwriting, lighting, and ethnical appropriation; the director should listen to what not to do again. But we do find one spark of Light about mental health.
The Reel Poets welcome AndYes to the panel as they discuss the 1998 Film, Slam, that features Poetry Slam champion Saul Williams and Sonja Sohn. We discuss some poems and several scenes. Plus, we got our first 0.5 snap judgment on the show.
Happy new year, everyone. This is our 56th episode and the 1st anniversary of Iambic Poetry podcast. Today, Reel Poetry reviews the 2010 film, HOWL, a biopic movie about Allen Ginsberg and the 1957 Trial.
This episode, we have a returning Podcast guest, Len Germinera (Episode 3) join us. As Reel Poets review the Academy award winning film: Dead Poets Society starring Robin William and a slew of actors that were excellent. But this is a go-to movie for English Teachers to give a taste of Poetry and Plays. But, does it hold up?
The Reel Poets and Returning Podcast Guest Stockton recording artist / radio host, RawNe reviews the 2020 Independent film: The 40 Year Old Version. Released on Netflix. Semi-autobiography film about a struggling Playwright who thinks the only way to salvage her voice as an artist is to become a rapper.
CharRon chats with polykid, sexpert, Carnival artist, author, poet, long friend, and Blue Dance partner Koe Creation. We talk about Koe’s book: This Heart Holds Many. Their poetry and Carnival artistry. Being a actor and a dancer. Plus, living in Seattle.