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Going Rogue

Tansy Gardam

A podcast about the film industry that looks at both the films, and the industry. STRIKING OUT chronicles the 07/08 Writers Strike through the films and shows it affected, while GOING ROGUE and GOING SOLO cover the writing, rewriting, shoots and reshoots of the first two Star Wars standalone films, and try to not only find out what happened, but why. Hosted by film writer Tansy Gardam, Going Rogue... more

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 97 ratings
  • Came for the story of Rogue One’s production, stayed for the rest

    I don’t normally leave reviews but it caught me off guard to see so few ratings and reviews for such well crafted and dry wit laced insight into film production through the lena of the two non-Skywalker Star Wars films and the writers’ strike of 2008. I, like many people have become sick of Star Wars content and discourse but after seeing someone on Reddit mention how Rogue One’s reshoots were quietly helmed by a different director, I was intrigued to learn more. It just so happened the very sam... more

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    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Tansy Gardam: the ultimate synthesizer

    Tansy Gardam is such a good storyteller! This podcast could risk feeling like an elongated Wikipedia article, but instead is this fascinating character-driven set of stories about people usually trying their best to make a movie. more

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    Andrew Crivilare
    United States7 months ago
  • More or less perfect

    Thorough, forensic and just straight-up enjoyable. I wish all of my interests had such a deep level of analysis in “seeing how the sausage is made”.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom8 months ago
  • Well-Researched

    The WGA series was well-researched, and extremely timely considering the 2023 Writers Strike. She's uncovered stories about filmmaking that appreciates the craft of filmmaking, while acknowleding the hardships and missteps of certain productions. An excellent listen!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • Excellent podcast, very thorough

    This is a very interesting, thoroughly researched podcast that immediately becomes the next episode I watch as soon as it comes out and I finish whatever existing podcast episode I am watching. I’ve learned tons about the “Solo” movie, the writer’s strike in 2007, and “Rogue One” (very timely with “Andor” out).

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    United States10 months ago

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