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The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. Check back each week for an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat, as well as interviews with Hollywood's best and brightest. The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. We bring you all the latest movie news and nonsense, as well as reviews of the week's new films, an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat and intervie ...
 
Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. email: truthandmovies@tcolondon.comtwitter: @LWLieswww.lwlies.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Halló! Kvikmyndapod is a film discussion podcast that journeys through the cinema of 21st century Iceland celebrating the unique films and film-makers from this most magical of countries. Each week Rob (a big fan of Iceland) and Ellie (a relative newbie to all things Iceland) tackle a single film and chat about it. From comedies to documentaries, the podcast looks at what makes them specifically Icelandic as well as how they fit into the wider world of film.
 
Society has crumbled. All there is left to do is quiz! Frank Soldato is the diabolical host of the monthly film quiz ‘FILMAGEDDON’, the podcast version of London’s biggest film quiz. Test your knowledge along with his regular team captains as they battle through hundreds of films they don’t know the title of and actors they confuse for other actors.
 
The FilmSeekers podcast covers film news, festival coverage and reviews films, documentaries - whether they are art house, vintage or the latest releases.We feature the UK Box Office Top 10 and have our very own quiz for guests.We aim to take you to films outside of your comfort zone from across the world.We're fun and informative, with a side of good humour.Join us.We Seek Films.FilmSeekers.com
 
Hosted by Tom Linay, the DCM podcast features guests from the cinema and media industry discussing upcoming films and anything interesting about the media landscape. Released on the third Wednesday of the month, you can also listen via iTunes and Acast. Digital Cinema Media (DCM) is the market leader in UK cinema advertising, providing brands and customers with cinema advertising solutions across our national portfolio of cinemas including Cineworld, Vue, Odeon and major independents. DCM of ...
 
Andy is a filmmaker/YouTuber/content creator based in East London who found his love of storytelling on Snapchat creating short vertical films for his followers. Now Andy travels the world creating travel explainers for his YouTube channel and other brands like Red Bull. Anchor Down is a weekly podcast about the process of continuously growing as a creator. Having casual, insightful & honest conversations with creatives from all walks of life about how they grew their brand/businesses, and h ...
 
"F. L. I. C. K. S." is a podcast by filmmaker and journalist Jason Verney, in collaboration with his production company, NativeNomadPictures.com (NNP) and his movies & music website, MiniMiniMovie.com (MMM), and stands for: Films Life Interviews Camera Korea Sounds 'FLICKS' SERIES DESCRIPTION: An Odd Plod, Nod & Pod to "NO-MADe-land"... This podcast can be seen as an apology perhaps, to those who may be awaiting the yet to be completed South Korean documentary by Mr Verney. Jason talks about ...
 
In your city or mine?, Julio Bruno – Time Out Group CEO, culture guru and global citizen – chats to the world’s most influential trendsetters, thought-leaders and policymakers about the stuff that’s shaping our cities. Bringing knowledge and experience gained from a globe-spanning career in sectors that include travel, technology, media and e-commerce, along with active involvement in the start-up world as an investor and board adviser, Julio takes inspiration from the remarkable ingenuity t ...
 
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Founded in 2010, the main aim of Irish Film London and the Irish Film Festival London is to champion Irish film and animation around the UK community. With patrons including Saoirse Ronan, Colin Farrell and Fiona Shaw, the organisation is not just a major force for Irish film in the UK, but it now has a strong global reach. In this episode of the M…
 
Britain’s foremost writer of political drama, James Graham, has written a new play ‘Best of Enemies’, about the television debates in the US in 1968 between the right wing thinker William Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal, the left wing writer. When they began yelling at each other ratings soared - and political coverage changed. Graham talks to presenter…
 
This week's Empire Podcast sees a triple whammy of guests as Chris Hewitt natters away with three of Britain's finest actors. First, there's Hannah John-Kamen, who talks about being cold on set of her new film Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City, her aptitude for fantasy, and singing with Steven Spielberg. Next up is Riz Ahmed, star of the touch…
 
On this weeks' Truth & Movies, Michael is joined by our own Hannah Strong and guest Jack King to explore Mike Mills' latest film C'mon C'mon, as well as Paolo Sorrentino's The Hand of God and in our film club, we open up the advent calendar with The Shop Around the Corner Truth & Movies is the podcast from the film experts at Little White Lies, whe…
 
Paolo Sorrentino’s film The Great Beauty won an Oscar. Now he has returned to his home city of Naples to make a film based on his own autobiography, The Hand of God, which shows how his passion for the footballer Maradona saved his life. At the National Gallery a new exhibition, Dürer’s Journey: Travels of a Renaissance Artist, looks at how the Nur…
 
Welcome to Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week Claire Gregory is joined by Stevie Wong and Sky News arts and entertainment Correspondent Katie Spencer. We hear from ‘call me Ben’ Benedict Cumberbatch about his new film The Power of the Dog and review the new true crime drama Landscapers. Plus we talk about the first Black B…
 
Front Row is live from the 2021 Turner Prize Ceremony at Coventry Cathedral. Samira Ahmed hears from Turner Prize judges actor Russell Tovey and curator Zoe Whitley, and the director of Tate Britain Alex Farquharson, about why they chose artists' collectives for this year's shortlist. Pauline Black reflects on what it means to Coventry to host this…
 
In the latest episode, Dario talks to poet and activist So Mayer about their work on the recent Raising Films survey ‘How We Work Now’ about the impact of Covid-19 on those working in the screen industries whose lives also involve caring responsibilities of various shades. So and Dario discuss how vital this work is on its own terms but also as par…
 
As the debate over the Parthenon Marbles has resurfaced in recent weeks, we take a deep dive into this decades old dispute. Alexander Herman, Assistant Director of the Institute of Art and Law joins presenter Tom Sutcliffe to provide insight and analysis. Renowned folk musician Eliza Carthy reviews Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary series Get Bac…
 
In this very special episode recorded live from Bvlgari Hotel London on the 17th of November, Girls On Film pull back the curtain and celebrate the women in film PR and distribution, who bring the buzz to all your favourite flicks! Anna interviews three panels of women in the industry. First, Anna Whelan, Publicity Manager at Sony and Anne Gartside…
 
On this month's podcast Tom is joined by Alex D’Albertanson, AV Associate Director at OMD. Tom and Alex chat about how cinema works for the brands Alex works with, how he now works differently with them after lockdown, and how Alex became a sustainability champion. There's loads more too. Thanks for listening.…
 
The electronic musician Kelly Lee Owens won this year’s Welsh Music Prize for her album Inner Song. She tells Samira Ahmed about her inspiration - and her collaborations with John Cale, Björk and Michael Sheen. This evening theatres in the West End dim their lights in honour of the great composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim, who wrote the words f…
 
Vintage Literary London. Nick Hennegan attends the London Welcome Foundations Book Awards ceremony in 2015. He gets to eat and drink quite a lot and talk to a few people, including TV presenter Alice Roberts and the legendary writer, Bill Bryson! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bohemianbritain/message…
 
Almost thirty years after JFK blazed a trail and called into question the facts surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963, Oliver Stone is returning to the subject with a new documentary. JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass is out in cinemas today (November 26) in the UK and is, perhaps, …
 
Another bumper-sized Empire Podcast this week, as Chris Hewitt has a fun and also impassioned chat with the great John Leguizamo, star of the new Disney animation Encanto. They talk about how Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a rap especially for Leguizamo, about Latinx representation in movies, and that thing Benny Blanco From The Bronx did in Carlito's Wa…
 
On this weeks' Truth & Movies, Michael is joined by Lwlies' Hannah Strong and critic Cheyenne Bunsie to talk about the latest release from one of cinema's most prolific, and best, directors - Ridley Scott's House Of Gucci - and the debut feature from cinema's newest auteur - Reggie Yates' Pirates. And in film club, it's Ridley Scott's star-studded …
 
The designer Henry Holland and writers Stephanie Merritt and Tahmima Anam review House of Gucci, The Every by Dave Eggers and Adele's new album 30.In the run up to the Turner Prize, Front Row is hearing from the artists’ collectives nominated for the award. Tonight, we hear from Array, a Belfast based collective who use their art to draw attention …
 
This week on Girls On Film, we are celebrating the Russian Film Festival 2021, a month-long online festival in collaboration with ROSKINO. First, critic Hanna Flint joins Anna to discuss two of the female-directed films in the festival, Doctor Liza and Masha. Anna and Hanna ponder the clever use of levity and humour alongside harrowing subjects, an…
 
Welcome to Backstage - the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This week, Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong and Katie Spencer talk about the highly anticipated new movie House of Gucci. Lady Gaga chats to us about accents and her heritage. We also start looking ahead to Christmas with Netflix’s Robin Robin and A Boy Called Christmas. Plus we discuss new s…
 
As her first major retrospective in the UK opens in Manchester, the distinguished American artist Suzanne Lacy discusses a career which has seen her standing at the junction of aesthetics and activism, filmmaker Camille Griffin on her Christmas comedy horror - Silent Night, and a postcard from Bishop Auckland as the town undergoes a philanthropic a…
 
During the pandemic Andrew Lloyd Webber has been more of a campaigner than a composer. He talks to Samira Ahmed how to keep theatres open now, taking his show Cinderella to Broadway and his latest ambition - to write a musical about the refugee crisis. The Costa Book Awards (formerly the Whitbread) celebrate their 50th anniversary this year. Front …
 
Jane Campion is famous for The Piano and a baby grand plays a crucial role in her new film The Power of the Dog, in which Benedict Cumberbatch plays a heavy smoking, unwashed and deeply troubled rancher in 1920s Montana. Briony Hanson reviews the film for Front Row and considers the lengths to which actors will go to create a character. All the nom…
 
We meet Posy Dixon, the director of new documentary ‘Keyboard Fantasies’, which tells the story of how musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland found an audience 30 years after the release of his album. Plus: we nip over to a new exhibition in Naples to talk about book collecting and the importance of libraries, and meet the Venezuelan DJ who has put togeth…
 
It's a very musical episode on the Empire Podcast this week. First up, Ben Travis geeks out over Disney musicals with the great Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote the songs for the new animated musical Encanto, which debuts next Wednesday (November 24). Then Chris Hewitt sits down with Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld, stars of the new Disney+ MCU sho…
 
On this weeks' Truth & Movies, Michael is joined by Lwlies' David Jenkins and critic Lillian Crawford to talk about one of the longest and best movies of the year - Ryusuke Hamaguchi's Drive My Car - and one of the shortest and best movies of the year - Céline Sciamma's Petite Maman. And in film club, it's back to 1980s New York for the original Gh…
 
Welcome to Backstage – the film and TV podcast from Sky News. This is the place to come for all your intel on what to watch and what’s going on behind the scenes of showbusiness. Claire Gregory is joined by Stevie Wong and Sky News Arts and Entertainment editor Amy Hitchcock. Hear from Halle Berry who’s had a go at directing with her latest movie B…
 
New movie King Richard stars Will Smith and focuses on the father of Venus and Serena Williams. The Wife of Willesden is the first play by Zadie Smith. And Wheel of Time is a new fantasy series on Amazon Prime Video. Ashley Hickson-Lovence and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh join Samira to review all three.Moira Buffini on her darkly comic new state of the nat…
 
'Nuff said, True Believers! Because (three of) you demanded it, Team Empire managed to grab hold of the Eye Of Agamotto and squeeze out a chunk of time in which to discuss all the talking points thrown up by the second, and final, trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Join Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and Ben Travis as they do a deepish dive into the …
 
‘A spiritual enquiry into what it is to be human’ is how Ralph Fiennes describes T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets. On the eve of the opening in the West End he tells presenter Elle Osili-Wood about his stage presentation and his relationship with the poems.An exhibition that was a smash hit in Australia has come to Plymouth. “Songlines: Tracking the Sev…
 
Céline Sciamma’s last film, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, won awards worldwide after its release in 2019. Now the French filmmaker is back with Petite Maman – a meditative film set in the French countryside in which an eight year old girl, while helping her parents clear her mother’s family home, meets a mysterious girl of the same age in the woods. …
 
In this episode, Anna hears from Eva Husson and Odessa Young, the director and star of Mothering Sunday. They discuss the quiet radicalism of a period drama that tells a woman’s story without the primary focus of female struggle, and how mesmerising it is to watch a female creator come into her own. Anna, Eva and Odessa also chat about the teething…
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda makes his debut as film director with a cinematic retelling of the stage musical - tick, tick…Boom! The film stars Andrew Garfield as a musical theatre composer desperate to succeed in his chosen field before his 30th birthday.In the aftermath of COP 26, with progress made but pledges watered down, how should fiction respond to c…
 
To herald the arrival on Disney+ of Dopesick, Danny Strong’s drama chronicling the devastating impact of the opioid crisis on America, the Empire Podcast and Pilot TV Podcast crews have, once again, set aside their differences and come together to have a good old natter. In this very special crossover episode, in association with Disney+, Chris Hew…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan finally bring you their much-delayed opinions on Andrew Haigh's ultra-bleak but mesmerizing miniseries "The North Water," starring Jack O'Connell and Colin Farrell as shipmates on a doomed Arctic whaling expedition. Topics include the show's sharp depiction of masculinity and sexuality in Victorian England, its uncomprom…
 
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