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The Film Inquiry Podcast: Episode #1

Jay Ledbetter & Mike Daringer are hosting the all new Film Inquiry podcast! In this first episode they discuss (and argue over) the best films of 2016.

Hello all!

Exciting times are here. Now that’s it’s 2017 we are pleased to announce the official Film Inquiry Podcast. Last year ended with a loud bang for us by included on Rotten Tomatoes, and the launch of the Film Inquiry YouTube channel. This is the latest big move forward and we couldn’t be happier about this podcast.

So far it’s being run by Jay Ledbetter and myself, Mike Daringer. We hope to include more FI writers as the weeks and months go bye. And though we are an international film magazine we won’t let time or distance slow us down. We will bring you fun, and in-depth film discussions and fight to preserve this glorious art form.

We are in the earliest nascent of the podcast and the kinks and quirks are still being worked out. Our audio can only improve as well as our discussions and topics. We appreciate any feedback and would love to have you be an equally vocal part of the show.

The best way to follow us is to like us on twitter at the handle @inquiry_podcast. We’ll be doing polls, interactions, quizzes, and try to create further avenues of discourse about motion pictures. Won’t you follow us?

You can also subscribe to the Film Inquiry podcast on iTunes, or, if you feel so inclined, you can like us on SoundCloud and give comments there too!

For our first episode, Jay and I talk about our top 10 favorite movies of 2016. We plan on being a bi-weekly to to two weeks podcast. So give us a listen and wait with baited breathe for our upcoming discussions about all things cinema.

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A bi-product of passion and experimentation gone wrong, Mike has spent most of his time in the field couch surfing and growing a comb-over. Several of his favorite films are Rashomon, Vertigo, Apocalypse Now, and The Naked Gun.

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