This podcast investigates the messages embedded in popular movies, tv shows, and video games from a sociological prospective, featuring in-depth discussion on themes of politics, race, and masculinity. Audio Files is an extension of the Pop Culture Detective video essay series on YouTube, also hosted by Jonathan McIntosh.
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In this episode, we discuss the fair use doctrine and why it's so important for everyone on the internet. We also dig into how fair use interacts with YouTube’s Content ID system. Two legal experts in fair use join the conversation: Art Neill and Eri... more
An in-depth conversation with award-winning Swedish artist and storyteller Simon Stålenhag. Simon is the creator of narrative art books like Tales From the Loop, Things From the Flood, and The Electric State. We discuss what it’s like for a small art... more
In this episode, we investigate the mind-bending multiverse movie Everything Everywhere All At Once and discuss the messages and meaning embedded in the cinematic madness.
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Love Jonathan’s channel and love this podcast. As someone who loves cinema and storytelling Jonathan and his guests are always opening my eyes to new perspectives and ideas about writing and filmmaking. I’m an artist and performer and the work of Pop Culture Detective really influences and strengthens my work too. Keep it up!
Have been a huge fan of the YouTube channel for years - extensively researched and well made points throughout.
This audio files version lives up to the original YouTube channel. The experts bring a great perspective to the conversations. It has helped to provide language to many parts of pop culture that always bothered me as problematic.
Having thoroughly enjoyed the witty and insightful video essays of the Pop Culture Detective on YouTube, it is fantastic that there is a podcast now. Love it!
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Pop Culture Detective: Audio Files launched 2 years ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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