AYT #60: Roger & Us

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This week, we celebrate the career of Roger Ebert. The famed film critic, who sadly died last week, is an AYT hero. Near the end of the show we find time to review Danny Boyle‘s latest, Trance.

Listeners of the show living in Portland can still win free passes good for two people to see The Place Beyond the Pines from Monday through Thursday at Regal’s Fox Tower Theater. To win, correctly answer this trivia question: name the film for which Ryan Gosling, the star of Pines, was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar. Email your answers to adjustyourtracking@gmail.com to claim your prize. Limited passes available.

New episodes of Adjust Your Tracking are released every Thursday, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing every week. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email adjustyourtracking@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/adjustyourtrack. We’re on iTunes now, so make sure to subscribe to the show by clicking the link below. Also, leaving reviews and rating the show on iTunes is really helpful in getting more attention and attracting more listeners, so please do so if you like what we do. You can stream the episode on the embedded player below.

WARNING: Explicit language is used in this podcast.

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CREDITS
Producer  -- Drew Wallner
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center
 

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