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It’s the holidays and you can’t get away from them. Some classic films have come to represent the season in the popular imagination, and we all have our favorites. I invited film editor Dan Schindel to talk about this unique genre of cinema, while discussing our favorite films about Christmas and more. I also invited a number of Hyperallergic staff to share their favorites.
I have a feeling this episode will get you into the holiday mood.
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A special thanks to Patrick Thomas for providing the music to this episode and getting us into the holiday spirit. You can find Christmas with Patrick Thomas on iTunes, and follow him on Instagram> and Twitter.
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