Citizen Dame

The podcast for feminists who love film, brought to you by two female critics who want to broaden the conversation.

Episode 174: Genre Theory

This week we're talking genres! What are the genres, how do they work, or why do they matter? Plus listener questions and deep dives into Nia DaCosta's Candyman and the 1947 film, Nightmare Alley.

Bonus: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Catch a clip of our August bonus episode, a deep dive into the joy and wonder of the 1988 Oscar-winning movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Supplemental Reading: 15 Things You Might Not Know About Who Framed Roger Rabbit 

Episode 139: Happiest Dame

Posted by citizendame in podcast, film noir

This week!

We have a spoilerific chat about the Hulu original that's sweeping the nation: Happiest Season. (Time stamp included if you haven't seen it yet!)


We conclude Noirvember with a riveting discussion of all things neo-noir, from Chinatown to Devil in a Blue Dress to Brick, and so many more.

Bonus: The Long Goodbye

Posted by citizendame in podcast, film noir

For this month's bonus episode, we dive into Robert Altman's neo noir, The Long Goodbye, which stars Elliot Gould as Raymond Chandler's iconic PI, Phillip Marlowe.


Episode 138: The Maltese Dame

The Dames carry on with Noirvember, talking about the quintessential noir star, Humphrey Bogart! 

We cover his early films, relationship with Lauren Bacall, great leading ladies, performances as Sam Spade and Phillip Marlowe, and why Bogie, among all the stars of noir, remains the most iconic. 


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