The article focuses on a modern-day media phenomenon that stands at the intersection of art, society, and technology. It briefly outlines the history and context of podcasting: when, how, and under what circumstances did it develop? What are its main features? Is it merely the last stage in the development of radio, a golden age of the aural culture, or perhaps a new art form? It considers how podcasts connect with cinema or audio-visual art, examines the nature of this connection, and attempts to demonstrate why film podcasts are becoming a vital platform for film culture and cinephilia.
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