Summary: Monthly podcast exploring all the "ins" and "outs" of The Big Lebowski. Sometimes we even find experts to come in as guest speakers and educate us on the month's topic.
We hosted a panel discussion on Lebowski Fest costumes at the 11th Annual Lebowski Fest in Louisville, Kentucky. Our panel consisted of six costume experts who all had various awards and commendations for their various costuming efforts.
To kick off our sixth year of podcasting, Liz and Chalupa meet up with Dude Tom and Tim to discuss the past half-decade of Lebowski-dom. Some things have changed a lot and other have just stayed the same. We're changing up our episode frequency, but posting more on the blog.
Eddie Chung, creator of The Achievers, and Matt Podolsky are working on a new documentary about the California Condor. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Eddie and Matt to briefly talk about their new film before the music became too loud and the crowd rushed in at Lebowski Fest LA 2011.
After emailing, chatting, writing, and interacting with Oliver Benjamin for a good five years or so, he and I finally sat down for a proper interview. Oliver is the founder of Dudeism and runs Dudespaper, the official web publication of Dudeism.
Mrs Jamtoss and I recall a few highlights from the 2011 Los Angeles Lebowski Fest
First episode in our series of interviews with achievers who not only look like The Dude, but live their lives in a Dude-like fashion. Our first installment features Ron Burgin.
At the 10th Annual Lebowski Fest, Liz and I sat down with Tim and Marie to talk all about Walter.
Last summer at the 9th Annual Lebowski Fest (Summer 2010) Prof Tim and I sat down to discuss his Lebowski-centered project and other things surrounding the podcat and The Big Lebowski. We hope you enjoy it. Next episode will be our review of the 10th Annual Lebowski Fest.
The other day I found an article written by Hayley Rafner. Her father worked as a set director on The Big Lebowski and she's one of the kids in the Little Lebowski Urban Achievers photo hanging on Mr. Lebowski's wall. Obviously we had to interview her.
Here's part two in our art series. This episode features an interview with the amazing Bill Green. He's the dude who does all the posters, t-shirts, and what have you for Lebowski Fest!
In 2007 we had the great idea of creating a full length commentary track for The Big Lebowski. The Coens aren't into DVD extras and we still haven't found one on the internet yet. We used the 10th Anniversary copy of the DVD and there are instructions at the beginning to synchronize.
This is the first of a two-part series on Lebowski art. If you have not seen a piece of original art themed on The Big Lebowski, then this is the episode for you. If you're looking for a painting, a sculpture, an illustration, or a good web site to browse - you will be able to find what you're looking for. If you know of some other great Lebowski-themed pieces, please let us know and we'll put them on our blog.
Trying to find a Big Lebowski themed gift for that special lady or dude in your life? We scoured the internets and created a list of ideas that might just be what you're looking for. Next month we're going to delve into the choreography of Busby Berkeley whose legacy was imitated during the dream sequence in The Big Lebowski.
Jeff DeLucia and Chalupa had a second phone conversation that turned out better than the first. Many random topics were discussed from how Freud relates to Lebowsk characters, different films Jeff has worked on over the years, Roger Deakins, and how to contact actors. If you like Jeff, be sure to check out Episode 44 - Crew member Jeff DeLucia. This ends our episodes for 2010. We have some great episodes coming in 2011. Stay tuned for a Valentines gift guide later this month.
Liz and Chalupa recently acquired some "Dude sweaters" and share some tips on how to find one. Later they relate their experience at Viva Lebowski and mention some upcoming episodes.