We are ten episodes into our very first season of The Woody Allen Pages Podcast. It’s taken a lot of work to get to this point – and there’s a couple of bonus episodes to come to wrap up the first bunch of shows. But we’ve covered the first ten films and would love to know more about what you think!
We’re going to release a special Q&A episode and as a part of that and we want to know what you think of the films. What do you think of the ten films we’ve covered – from Crimes And Misdemeanors to Stardust Memories? Let us know in the poll below.
Do you have any questions? About the podcast or Woody Allen in general. The podcast are little audio documentaries – so it lacks that conversation. But I’d love to know what you think – especially where you disagree with me. Email us, or leave a comment below.
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Episode 1 - Crimes And Misdemeanors (1989)
May 23, 2021 • 32:14
Crimes And Misdemeanors is the 18th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1989. It’s two stories in one. The first is the trials of Judah, an eye doctor whose mistress is threatening to destroy his life, and the terrible choices he makes. The second is the…
Episode 2 - Magic In The Moonlight (2014)
May 30, 2021 • 38:07
Magic In The Moonlight is the 44th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2014. It’s the 1920s and magician Stanley Crawford is asked by an old friend to help with a task. A rich family in the south of France is being swindled by a young…
Episode 3 - Bananas (1971)
Jun 6, 2021 • 31:19
Bananas is the 2nd film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1971. Woody Allen plays Fielding Mellish, who is really just Woody Allen’s stock persona in the 70s – a cynical, smart-assed, New York guy. To impress a girl, he gets caught up in a revolution, and…
Episode 4 - Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
Jun 13, 2021 • 36:07
Bullets Over Broadway is the 23rd film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1994. JOHN CUSACK stars as David Shayne, a struggling playwright who agrees to take some mob money to put on his latest play. The catch – he has to cast a mobster’s girl, and…
Episode 5 - Small Time Crooks (2000)
Jun 20, 2021 • 31:57
Small Time Crooks is the 30th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2000. Woody Allen stars as Ray, a small time crook with a big time plan to rob a bank, digging through from the shop next door. His wife Frenchy, played by TRACEY ULLMAN, sells…
Episode 6 - Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
Jun 27, 2021 • 31:19
Broadway Danny Rose is the 12th film written and directed by Woody Allen. A love letter to his comic roots, BROADWAY DANNY ROSE marks the time when Allen managed to synthesise his European influences with his American humour into something all his own. It’s a small story – and a…
Episode 7 - Scoop (2006)
Jul 4, 2021 • 27:15
Scoop is the 36th film written and directed by Woody Allen. Woody Allen stars as Sid Waterman, also known as The Great Splendini. An American magician on tour in London, he meets a young journalism student named Sondra Pransky, played by SCARLETT JOHANSSON, and becomes involved in a dead journalist’s…
Episode 8 - Annie Hall (1977)
Jul 11, 2021 • 37:03
ANNIE HALL is the 6th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1977. Woody Allen stars as Alvy Singer. He has broken up with Annie, played by DIANE KEATON, and he’s looking back on his whole life to see if he can figure out how he got…
Episode 9 - A Rainy Day In New York (2019)
Jul 18, 2021 • 29:17
A Rainy Day In New York is the 48th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2019. TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET stars as Gatsby Welles, a college student who takes his girlfriend Ashleigh Enright, played by ELLE FANNING, to New York for a day trip. They hit the big…
Episode 0 - The Woody Allen Pages Podcast Introduction
May 11, 2021 • 4:13
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I like the podcast just fine but would be nice if you managed to get an interview with editors, cinematographers or the like for the occasional episode or even an episode between the regular episodes. I imagine you’d have some great questions for them.
Why do you think nothing has been announced about woody’s new film is it being delayed for budgetary reasons, COVID reasons or because of that bullshit documentary? Also I rate stardust memories much higher than you did in your episode I think it’s a masterpiece up there and with the best of woody’s work. Also this is a link to some outtakes of a video I did for my bar mitzvah for the one family fund in isreal it’s a tribute to Annie hall I don’t have access to the full video only the outtakes
Also would you consider having a woody Allen related guest someone who has written about him or has been in one of his films or plays or a fellow show of shows writer like Mel brooks or someone like Robert b weide woody’s first wife Rick Worley or if none of these people are available could I be on the show.
Perhaps consider including the “Don’t dislike it” option instead of “Not seen it”. I really needed that one for a couple of films. And i think it’s safe to assume that everybody who comes here has seen all of his films.
Do you watch each film afresh immediately prior to doing the episode on it? Quite often, a second or third viewing of a WA film gives me a totally different impression of it. How often, if ever, have you ‘re-visited a Woody film and changed your opinion of it?