Series Archive

1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards Best Cinematography Nominees

Each episode of The Next Reel Film Podcast is a part of a series or collection of films brought together by time, idea, or contributor. Looking to build a great watchlist? You can’t go wrong with starting on a Next Reel Series.

The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: Member Bonus 1969 Nat'l Society of Film Critics Awards Best Cinematography • The Wild Bunch
The Next Reel Film Podcast

The Wild Bunch • Member Bonus

We wrap up our member bonus episode series looking at the three films nominated for the National Society of Film Critics Awards for Best Cinematography in 1969 with a chat about Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch. It’s a brilliant film and one we’re thrilled to talk about.

Listen Now »
The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards Best Cinematography Nominees • Medium Cool • Member Bonus
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Medium Cool • Member Bonus

We return to the 1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards nominee list for Best Cinematography for this month’s member bonus episode. Specifically, we’re talking about Haskell Wexler’s narrative feature directorial debut “Medium Cool.” Taking place around Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention, it has a lot to say about politics, race relations, and the media. Still, that last act leaves us scratching our heads… Tune in!

Listen Now »
The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards Best Cinematography Nominees • if...
The Next Reel Film Podcast

if… • Member Bonus

For this month’s member bonus episode, we’re kicking off a three-part series looking at the nominees of the 1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards for Best Cinematography. First up, it’s Lindsay Anderson’s 1968 film “if…”. Fascinating film to talk about, interesting usage of both black-and-white and color cinematography. Tune in!

Listen Now »