Seeing and Believing 242 | Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring

Seeing & Believing reviews a movie that’s all about the passage of time and the seasons: Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring.

Seeing and Believing 241 | South Korean Movie Marathon Kim Ki-young’s The Housemaid

Wade and Kevin continue their self isolation with their South Korean cinema marathon by reviewing the 1960 classic from director Kim Ki-young, The Housemaid

Persuasion 188 BONUS | Interview with Aundi Kolber

Listen to Erin’s full interview with Aundi Kolber in this special members-only bonus episode!

Persuasion 187 BONUS | Interview with Rachel Anderson

Listen to Hannah’s full interview with Rachel Anderson in this special members-only bonus episode!

Persuasion 189 | Finally Home

Suddenly, going home—and staying there—has become THE issue of our day, regardless of your gender, religious camp, or philosophical stance.

Seeing and Believing 240 | Bong Joon Ho’s Mother

Wade and Kevin begin a South Korean cinema marathon. First up is Bong’s 2010 film Mother, a story of murder, money, and parental obsession.

Persuasion 188 | Family Ties, with Aundi Kolber

Erin and Hannah invite Aundi Kolber to discuss the way family ties affect our experience of home, both in childhood and as we seek to establish our own homes as adults.

Seeing and Believing 239 | Dan Scanlon’s Onward and Autumn de Wilde’s Emma

The guys explore more family-friendly realms in this week’s episode with Pixar’s Onward and Autumn de Wilde’s take on Jane Austen’s airy Emma.

Persuasion 187 | Home + Work, with Rachel Anderson

Too often, home bows to the almighty dollar and the pursuit of the American Dream. Erin and Hannah discuss and invite Rachel Anderson to share a family policy perspective.

Persuasion 186 BONUS | Interview with Laura Fabrycky

Listen to Hannah’s full interview with Laura Fabrycky in this special members-only bonus episode!

Seeing and Believing 238 | Celine Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Dee Rees’s The Last Thing He Wanted

Two women filmmakers are highlighted on the show this week! Celine Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Dee Rees’ The Last Thing He Wanted.

Persuasion 186 | The Missional Home, with Laura Fabrycky

In the latest Go Home! convo, Erin and Hannah invite Laura Fabrycky to discuss how the biological family is to yield to something greater: our church family.

Seeing and Believing 237 | The Top Ten Films of the Decade

Wade and Kevin agonize on their Top 10 movie choices from the past decade. Which films most closely captured the zeitgeist from this eventful decade?

Persuasion 185 | Family Values

What does it mean to champion the family in today’s world? Is our definition of home and family contributing to its breakdown? Erin and Hannah discuss in the latest convo of their Go Home! series.

Seeing and Believing 236 | Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey and Jeff Baena’s Horse Girl

This week we review two female led movies starting with Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey, and the more serious Sundance-featured film, Horse Girl.

The CaPC 25 for January 2020 | Caucuses, Kobe, and Conversations

We look back on Jaunary 2020 pop culture and unpack engagement with the Iowa Caucus and the impact of Kobe’s death on the black community.