Télévision et cinéma – Pérou – Podcasts recommandés

  • Exciting fresh perspectives of TV & Film from a mind freed from captivity

  • The members of Knack Entertainment are Huge Fans of all things in the entertainment world. Amazing actors, directors, writers, producers, shows, a movie or a studio! It could be almost anything. Each episode is a deep dive into what we love. From favorite career highlights to little known facts, Huge Fans is a fun conversation for people who are already fans and for everyone else who should be!

  • ¿Que nos queda? es el podcast para los amantes de la cultura pop.

  • 🔵Podcast Referente a Cine Blockbustester, Series, Música y Otras cosas
    Instagram: murcielagopodcast_ok

  • The official podcast for ForEternia.com, a website that focuses on News, Content & Community for He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fans!

  • Bienvenido a Gamecored Podcast. Aquí podrás encontrar los últimos acontecimientos relevantes del mundo de los videojuegos, y nuestro particular punto de vista sobre ellos. No olvides visitarnos en www.gamecored.com

  • En este podcast, entendemos que el lenguaje audiovisual del cine es la mas grande y bella mentira. Aquí, aceptamos que nos engañen con una historia bien contada y dejamos que esas imágenes traspasen lo material, llegando a lo mas profundo del alma. Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a Dilo con Spoiler.

  • TV superfans Sandile and Fadzai talk about their favourite supernatural dramas from the 22-episode era, and the characters that made them so memorable.

    Each season focuses on a different show, and each episode on one of the top 22 key characters and their impact on the show. But don't be surprised if you see a handful of scattered extras about aspects of the world itself, or minor characters that were too much fun to leave out.

    Join us as we dive into spooky yet familiar worlds, and be wary of dangers around every corner - the last thing you want is to fall victim to an "animal attack".

  • José Carlos Cabrejo, editor de la revista Ventana Indiscreta, y Ricardo Bedoya, director del blog Páginas del diario de Satán, hablan sobre cine de la cartelera comercial y del circuito alternativo. La realización de este podcast es posible gracias al apoyo de la Universidad de Lima.

    Las opiniones expresadas por los docentes son de carácter personal. La Universidad de Lima no se responsabiliza por dichas opiniones.

  • Lo que el subtexto se llevó", un podcast talk en el que analizaremos ideas políticas en el cine. Este programa, de emisión quincenal, es conducido por Yesi Alvarez, Hans Rothgiesser y Diego Ato.

    "Lo que el subtexto se llevó" es un programa gracias a @iplperu y @atlasnetwork

  • ¿Cine? ¿Pijamada? ¿Secretos? Atrévete a escuchar las misteriosas historias detrás
    de las pantallas de hollywood.

  • Horror junkies Curtis Barrett, Zak Davis, and Andrew Estep sit down to review and discuss various films in the horror genre.

  • The 3rd One Sucks is a biweekly podcast where our hosts Dan and Mark watch every film in a franchise and rank them from first to worst! It is definitely not an excuse for them to hang out with each other regularly and joke about movies! Uploads every other Thursday.

  • Somos el periodista, Marc Tio, y el programador de festivales (The Classics y The Colombian Film Festival), Juan Carvajal, dos amigos que, desde que nos conocimos en el festival de cine de Nueva York, hemos estado viviendo cine de todo el mundo y queremos contarles acerca de las buenas películas que no te puedes perder y algunas malas que puedes dejar pasar. Hablamos de cine de todos los géneros y países pero damos especial atención al iberoamericano.

    Todas las sugerencias que tengas son bienvenidas por email: [email protected] y Twitter e Instagram en @salase7en. ¡Gracias por escuchar!

  • En este podcast dos hermanas, María y Eugenia Clar disfrutan hablando del séptimo arte: directores, épocas del cine, actores, actrices, bandas sonoras... ¡y muchas cosas más!
    ¡Síguenos en Instagram!: @labelleza.delcine ¡y en Twitter!: @granbellezacine

  • You know those dog movie previews that are before every movie you see in theaters? Well, two guys with lukewarm opinions on dogs watch those movies and give you an honest review! As well as every other dog related movie. Spoiler Warning. - Last Episode 11/9/20 -We want to thank you for your support for the last year, and we look forward to the next podcast we create. From all of us at the Dog House, Thank you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/k9critique/support

  • Reflexiones sobre el cine con el que crecí. Reseñas de películas en cartelera.

  • Dakota Johnson: A Journey of Talent, Versatility, and Resilience
    In the world of Hollywood, where dreams are born and stars are made, there are few actors who possess the raw talent, captivating presence, and unwavering dedication to their craft as Dakota Johnson. Born into a family of Hollywood royalty, Johnson has carved out a unique path for herself, transcending the expectations of her lineage and establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry.
    From her breakout role in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy to her critically acclaimed performances in independent films, Johnson has proven time and time again that she is more than just a famous last name. Her journey has been one of resilience, perseverance, and an unwavering commitment to her art, and her story is one that deserves to be told.
    In this comprehensive biography, we will delve into the life and career of Dakota Johnson, exploring her early years, her rise to fame, and the challenges and triumphs that have shaped her into the remarkable actress she is today. Through exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, and a deep analysis of her most iconic roles, we will paint a vivid portrait of a woman who has defied the odds and become one of the most compelling and versatile performers of her generation.
    Chapter 1: A Hollywood Heritage
    Dakota Mayi Johnson was born on October 4, 1989, in Austin, Texas, to actors Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith. From the moment she entered the world, Johnson was destined for a life in the spotlight, born into a family that had already left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry.
    Her father, Don Johnson, was a television icon, best known for his role as Detective Sonny Crockett in the hit series "Miami Vice." With his rugged good looks and undeniable charisma, Don had become a household name in the 1980s, cementing his status as a Hollywood heartthrob.
    Dakota's mother, Melanie Griffith, was equally renowned, having made her mark on the silver screen with roles in films like "Working Girl" and "Something Wild." Melanie's talent and beauty had made her one of the most sought-after actresses of her generation, and her marriage to Don Johnson had only heightened her celebrity status.
    As the daughter of two Hollywood heavyweights, Dakota was no stranger to the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry. From a young age, she was exposed to the inner workings of Hollywood, accompanying her parents to movie sets and red carpet events. But despite her privileged upbringing, Dakota remained grounded, thanks in large part to the influence of her grandmother, Tippi Hedren.
    Tippi Hedren, best known for her iconic roles in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" and "Marnie," had instilled in Dakota a love of animals and a fierce independence. Tippi had famously stood up to Hitchcock's notorious control and manipulation, and her strength and resilience had left a lasting impact on her granddaughter.
    Growing up, Dakota spent much of her time on her grandmother's wildlife preserve, the Shambala Preserve, where she learned the value of hard work and compassion. It was here that Dakota first discovered her love of acting, performing in local theater productions and honing her craft under the guidance of her family.
    Despite her Hollywood pedigree, Dakota's path to stardom was not without its challenges. Her parents' high-profile divorce in 1996 had been a source of tabloid fodder, and as a young girl, Dakota struggled to find her place in the world. She attended several different schools, including the prestigious Aspen Community School, but often felt like an outsider, grappling with the weight of her family's legacy.
    But through it all, Dakota remained determined to forge her own path. She knew that she wanted to be an actress, but she also knew that she wanted to do it on her own terms. And so, with the support of her family and a fierce determination to succeed, Dakota set out to make her mark on Hollywood, one role at a time.
    Chapter 2: The Early Years
    As Dakota Johnson came of age in the late 1990s and early 2000s, she began to seriously pursue her dream of becoming an actress. She had grown up on movie sets and in the company of Hollywood elite, but she knew that if she wanted to succeed, she would have to start at the bottom and work her way up.
    Dakota's first foray into acting came in 1999, when she made her film debut in "Crazy in Alabama," directed by her stepfather, Antonio Banderas. The film, which starred her mother Melanie Griffith, was a modest success, but it was enough to give Dakota a taste of what life as an actress could be like.
    Over the next few years, Dakota appeared in several small roles, including a guest spot on the popular TV series "The Office" and a supporting role in the film "The Social Network." But it was her breakout performance in the 2010 film "The Five-Year Engagement" that truly put her on the map.
    In the film, Dakota played the role of Audrey, the younger sister of Emily Blunt's character. Despite her limited screen time, Dakota's performance was a standout, showcasing her natural comedic timing and effortless charm. Critics took notice, and suddenly, Dakota Johnson was a name to watch in Hollywood.
    But even as her career was taking off, Dakota remained grounded, thanks in large part to the influence of her family. Her grandmother, Tippi Hedren, had always been a source of inspiration for Dakota, and she often turned to her for advice and guidance.
    In a 2015 interview with Vogue, Dakota spoke about the impact that Tippi had had on her life, saying, "She's always been really supportive of me, and she's always been there for me. She's a strong woman, and she's always been a great role model for me."
    Dakota's mother, Melanie Griffith, was also a constant source of support, encouraging her daughter to pursue her dreams while also reminding her of the importance of staying true to herself. In a 2018 interview with Porter magazine, Dakota spoke about the advice that her mother had given her, saying, "She always tells me to be myself and to not try to be someone I'm not. She's always been really supportive of me and my career."
    With the love and support of her family behind her, Dakota continued to take on new challenges and push herself as an actress. In 2012, she landed a lead role in the Fox sitcom "Ben and Kate," playing the titular character of Kate, a single mother trying to raise her daughter while also navigating the challenges of adulthood.
    Although the show was short-lived, lasting only one season, it was a valuable learning experience for Dakota, who proved that she could carry a series on her own. She also gained critical acclaim for her performance, with many reviewers praising her natural charisma and relatable portrayal of a young woman struggling to find her place in the world.
    It was around this time that Dakota began to explore more dramatic roles, taking on challenging characters that pushed her out of her comfort zone. In 2013, she appeared in the film "Date and Switch," playing the love interest of Nicholas Braun's character. The film dealt with themes of sexuality and identity, and Dakota's nuanced performance earned her praise from critics.
    But it was her next role that would truly change the course of her career and catapult her to international stardom. In 2015, Dakota Johnson was cast as Anastasia Steele in the highly anticipated film adaptation of E.L. James' bestselling novel "Fifty Shades of Grey."
    Chapter 3: Fifty Shades of Fame
    When it was announced that Dakota Johnson had been cast as Anastasia Steele in the film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey," the news sent shockwaves through Hollywood. The novel, which had become a global phenomenon, was known for its explicit sexual content and controversial themes, and many wondered if the young actress was up for the challenge.
    But Dakota proved her doubters wrong, delivering a performance that was both vulnerable and empowered, capturing the essence of Anastasia's journey from naive college student to self-assured young woman. Her chemistry with co-star Jamie Dornan, who played the enigmatic Christian Grey, was electric, and the film became an instant box office success.
    Despite the mixed reviews from critics, "Fifty Shades of Grey" grossed over $570 million worldwide, making it one of the highest-grossing films of 2015. Dakota's performance was singled out for praise, with many critics noting her ability to bring depth and nuance to a character that could have easily been one-dimensional.
    But the success of "Fifty Shades" was not without its challenges. The film's explicit sexual content and themes of BDSM sparked controversy and debate, with some accusing it of glorifying abusive relationships. Dakota, who had always been fiercely private about her personal life, found herself at the center of a media firestorm, with paparazzi and tabloid reporters constantly hounding her for comments and interviews.
    In a 2017 interview with Vogue, Dakota spoke about the impact that the "Fifty Shades" franchise had had on her life, saying, "It was a very intense experience. It was a lot of attention, and I wasn't used to that. It was overwhelming at times, but I tried to stay grounded and focus on the work."
    Despite the challenges, Dakota remained committed to the franchise, reprising her role as Anastasia in the two sequels, "Fifty Shades Darker" and "Fifty Shades Freed." The films, which were released in 2017 and 2018 respectively, were even bigger box office successes than the first, grossing over $1 billion worldwide.
    But even as Dakota's star was rising, she remained committed to taking on challenging and diverse roles. In 2015, she appeared in the crime drama "Black Mass," playing the wife of Johnny Depp's character

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