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Emma Slade Edmondson/Nicole Ocran

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Welcome to Mixed Up, a podcast for mixed race people everywhere and for anyone looking into a deeper insight on race and identity. Hosted by sustainability consultant and creative director Emma Slade Edmondson, and Nicole Ocran, writer and co-founder of The Creator Union. The show is about straddling two worlds and multiple identities. Now more than ever, it feels like people of mixed heritage are seeking out their space to talk about their lived experiences. But despite searching, we could ...
 
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We are continuing our month of Almodóvar with 2006's "Volver," featuring Oscar-nominated Penelope Cruz, the return of Carmen Maura, a surprise BSA from "Holy Camp!", the exquisite agony of Agustina, a telenovela's worth of drama and scandal, the power of community (see: four women moving a freezer!), a buffet of Pedro's signature red and of course,…
 
Dublin director Colm Baread celebrates the first-ever wide release for an Irish-language feature film; The Quiet Girl. A haunting and beautiful adaptation of author Clare Keegan’s story, Foster. I review Call My Agent remake Ten Percent and look at Gaspar Noé’s minor masterpiece Vortex. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
We are kicking off a month of Pedro Almodóvar with his 1988 classic "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown." Almodóvar regulars Carmen Maura, Antonio Banderas, Maria Barranco, Julieta Serrano, Rossy de Palma, Kiti Mánver, Guillermo Montesinos and Chus Lampreave all show to up for a farcical, melodramatic and totally compelling story of scorned …
 
I talk to director Roland Joffe about working with Ennio Morricone on The Mission, as featured in the new documentary Ennio - Roland also recalls Saturday morning cinema, winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes, and falling in love with Julie Christie. And I meet director Nabil Ayouch, creator of lovely film Casablanca Beats about a bunch of Moroccan kids…
 
The Spanish musical "La Llamada" aka "Holy Camp!" may sound bonkers on paper: a teenage girl at a summer camp run by nuns has visions of God singing Whitney Houston songs to her. Meanwhile her best friend is in love with Best Supporting Sister Milagros, the camp chef is their drug dealer, and the new Mother Superior is one hell of a dancer. Call it…
 
Venice-winning director Audrey Diwan joins me to talk about her brilliant, breathless abortion thriller Happening, starring French film's Most Promising Newcomer, Anamaria Vartolomei; billionaire property developer and film producer Charles Cohen reveals his love of classic pictures, his adoration of classic cinemas and why he's restoring more sacr…
 
It may have been a box office dud no one was really asking for, but this sequel to "Terms of Endearment" has its merits, especially if you watched parts of it on TV as a child. Shirley MacLaine returns to her Oscar-winning role as Aurora, and is joined by "Happy Days" alum Marion Ross as her plucky long-time maid, whose burgeoning love story with B…
 
I talk to Finnish director Juho Kuosmanen about his Cannes-winning Russian train romcom Compartment No 6; and I meet director John Madden at The Chiswick Cinema to discuss Operation Mincemeat, war films and working with Colin Firth for the first time in over 20 years. Plus I review Viking epic The Northman and lesbian nun movie Benedetta. Music by …
 
Cher, get in here! This week we are queening out on the queens of "Clueless." Though to be honest, A LOT of those queens were the men in this movie. That being said, Alicia Silverstone is giving us major butterflies and there's no denying Brittany Murphy as the true BSA. Snaps to Elisa Donovan, Breckin Meyer, the ageless Paul Rudd, a trio of tragic…
 
Acclaimed writer and actress Alexis Zegerman joins me to discuss her new play at Hampstead Theatre, The Fever Syndrome and takes me through her work with Mike Leigh, her favourite film memories and some Dirty Dancing. Joe Cole talks accents in indie film One if These Days and not doing Michael Caine in The Ipcress File. I review Mexican drama Praye…
 
Few things feel as perfectly 90's as "The First Wives Club," and we couldn't love it more. In a world of answering machines and bulky coats and sweeping Marc Shaiman scores is an all-star cast of ladies, and this week we're ranking our Top 5 BSA's, including a down in the dumps Debra Monk, Bette Midler at her most Joy Behar, Sarah Jessica Scene Ste…
 
The Oscar race may have become slightly predictable by the night of the awards, but the award show itself, as the world knows, was anything but. So of course we've got to talk a little bit about The Slap, but more importantly, Best Supporting Lupita. And speaking of supporting, Lady Gaga and Yuh-Jung Youn were Best Supporting Angels, and Liza's mat…
 
Director Harry Wootliff talks about sex in British movies and falling in love with Ruth Wilson making True Things; I meet our risingest new star Nicôle Lecky from hit new BBC Three show Mood; and visit BFI Flare Closing Film Tramps! with director Kevin Hegge; plus some Oscar predictions ahead of Sunday's big night in Hollywood. Music by Lee Rosever…
 
Better late than never, we're finally talking about "Belfast" and it was worth the wait! Ciarán Hinds is giving Queen Troy Kotsur a run for his Oscar in the Best Supporting Actor category, while Judi is a bit of a surprise nomination who still packs a wallop in a few choice moments. Caitriona Balfe with that roar and that window acting and that Bus…
 
Paris and Oslo are the destinations as two leading lights of European cinema come to town on BAFTA weekend. Actor, performer, musician Jehnny Beth is one of the stars of Jacques Audiard's Paris 13th District and she talks about young love in Paris. a thing for Truffaut and her teenage crush on Sophie Marceau. Norwegian producer Thomas Robsahm is ch…
 
We're bringing our Patreon-only Aftershow back to the main feed this week! Just when you thought we were done queening out on Real Housewives of New York, we are taking it one step further and casting some of our favorite actresses to play Ramona Singer, Bethenny Frankel, Sonja Morgan, LuAnn de Lesseps and more! Plus we'll check in on our Best Supp…
 
It may not be prestige television, but when it comes to big BSA energy on TV, few shows have delivered as consistently as the Real Housewives of New York City. It's become a recent obsession for both of us, so we're finally breaking down the best, the worst and everyone in between of RHONY! Joining us is Jen from the YouTube channel Real Housewives…
 
As he takes on the docs at the BAFTAs and Oscars, debut director Questlove joins me from his office in 30 Rock to look at my favourite film of the last year. We talk about the goosebump moments of seeing the re-discovered concert footage from Harlem 1969 for the first time, why he opened with Stevie Wonder on the drums, and how Sesame Street stoppe…
 
After much discussion and maligning, we are no longer just blindly hating on "Being the Ricardos" but trying to find what's to love in the 2+ hour glimpse into what is apparently the scariest week in the lives of Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, and the cast and crew of "I Love Lucy." It amounts to a lot of Nicole as Carol Radziwill as Lucy futzing with t…
 
Princess Diana is having the weirdest Christmas ever in "Spencer," with pearls in her soup, Anne Boleyn haunting her in the halls and only the encouragement of a potentially imaginary best friend Maggie, played by BSA Sally Hawkins, to keep her going till Boxing Day. It's definitely very different from the 9 or 10 biopics that already exist about t…
 
No this isn't another RHONY episode (insert Ramona laugh), we're finally covering "The Lost Daughter"! This year's multiple Oscar nominee includes a BSA nod to Jessie Buckley (not to be confused with Jessie Mueller) as the younger self of Queen Olivia Colman, who is serving up some perfect ice cream cone acting while on the holiday from hell (or at…
 
The Oscar nominations were announced this week and as usual there were surprises, disappointments and of course glaring omissions in our humblest of opinions. We dive into all four acting categories, and then give some love to the recent BAFTA nominations, especially when it comes to names like Ann Dowd, Mike Faist and Ruth Negga on the list. We're…
 
Fresh from her double BAFTA nomination, the star of Spielberg's West Side Story joins me to talk about playing the iconic role with original Anita, Rita Moreno, on set, hitting the high notes of Tonight, dancing the Mambo and meeting Stephen Sondheim; and star of 4-times BAFTA nominated Boiling Point Jason Flemyng talks about working in British ind…
 
Birthday girl's choice continues this week, this time with Nick's pick of "The Light in the Piazza," featured on PBS Live at Lincoln Center and currently either lurking the internet or residing in the Google Drives of devoted musical theatre folks. We queen out on the refreshingly classic score, Victoria Clark's North Carolina accent, the rocky pas…
 
*Apologies for the slightly wonky audio this week!*As is tradition on the Best Supporting Podcast, it's birthday girl's choice this week and Colin has quite arbitrarily picked the retirement community comedy "Queen Bees." But honestly, what a pleasant birthday surprise! Ellen Burstyn is bringing the same mopey, warbley, lived in energy of her "Piec…
 
Director Garth Jennings talks me through making a giant animated movie musical and reveals his love of Billy Wilder; debut film maker Sonita Gale discusses the brutal politics and necessary action around her doc Hostile. Among my recommendations are Riders of Justice and Parallel Mothers. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
Romola Garai tells me about making her feature directing debut with horror film Amulet, and the films that inspired her along the way; award-winning artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige open up the secrets of their gorgeous film Memory Box, discussing their teenage years in Beirut, 80s mixtapes and the power of food; I review Nightmare Alle…
 
2021 was a year chockfull of Best Supporting Moms, and this week we're queening out on Queen Oracene, Venus and Serena Williams' mother as portrayed by Aunjanue Ellis in "King Richard." Will Smith has our vote for Best Actor as the tirelessly stubborn and determined Richard Williams, and we're excited to see Ellis enter the incredibly competitive B…
 
2021 was a big year for the Best Supporting Podcast! From the Housewives to the White House to the White Lotus and even a rock in the middle of the ocean, this week we’re looking back on our favorite episodes, performances, shows and movies from the last 52 weeks!Best Supporting Patreon: www.patreon.com/bsapodEmail: thebsapod@gmail.comTwitter: @bsa…
 
Andrea Arnold discusses farming and realism with Cow, her captivating study of the brutish life of a beautiful dairy cow called Luma; Chinese-America filmmaker Jessica Kingdon talks about shooting in Chinese factories - and eating duck - for her visually stunning doc Ascension. I review Drive My Car and Munich - The Edge of War and there’s Mary Pop…
 
Rebecca Hall's "Passing" feels like an overlooked gem on the shelves of Netflix, though Ruth Negga's mesmerizing performance as Claire, a black woman passing for white in 1920's New York, is making some shortlists for BSA this year. But why isn't Tessa Thompson knocking Nicole Kidman's goosey Lucy out of the Best Actress race? Andre Holland, Bill C…
 
Mat Whitecross tells me about re-capturing 80s America and putting capitalism and pugilism in the ring for his new Discovery doc series The Kings, with Hagler and Hearns, Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran; director Phil Barantini explains how, why and where he made his amazing one-take restaurant movie Boiling Point with Stephen Graham; I review …
 
The one where we find out if passing really is a choice Emma and Nicole speak to Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga on their new film for Netflix, Passing, an adaptation of Nella Larsen's novel, first published in the late 20s. Set in Harlem the film explores the reunion of two childhood friends, Clare and Irene, who as an adult, Irene finds Clare has b…
 
Much to our surprise and delight, "The Power of the Dog" has more in common with "Brokeback Mountain" and "The Bad Seed" than that Netflix thumbnail would ever let on! Kirsten Dunst deserves all of the Oscar buzz surrounding her performance as the wilting Rose, with Kodi Smit-McPhee playing the original Demon Twink and Benedict Cumberbatch as the e…
 
I run through the films that have stood out, sparked debate, and made an impact, from Bond to music docs. And I talk to director Tomas Alfredson and writer Peter Straughan about making Tinker Tailor and the films that have influenced their lives. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We are feeling pretty, witty and gay this week as we queen out on Stephen Spielberg's remake of "West Side Story," featuring not only the return of legend Rita Moreno as Valentina, but Ariana DeBose more than filling her shoes as Anita. We're also swooning for Bernardo (and Chino behind those glasses!), to say nothing of Mike Faist's movie-stealing…
 
Scandi superstar Noomi Rapace is on sparkling form discussing her Icelandic roots, her new film Lamb and her movie loves; actress Joanna Vanderham reads out the London Critics' nominations, Wendy Mitchell joins me to react and I review Don't Look Up, The Lost Daughter and swoon over The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao. Music by Lee Rosevere. See …
 
Fresh from the first awards bash of the season, I catch up with winners from the British Independent Film Awards - Celeste Bell who carried of two prizes including Best Documentary for Poly Styrene: I Am Not a Cliche about her Mum, Poly Styrene, the late lead singer of former punk band X-Ray Spex; and Breakthrough Performance winner Nell Barlow, fr…
 
Here's the trailer to Season 3 of Seen Any Good Films Lately? on which I'll be focusing on the awards season, from the BIFAs to the Oscars. I'll bring you the latest news and interviews with nominees and winners and the newest reviews so you know exactly which films to catch up with to be in the know during all the clamour and glamour of the red ca…
 
This week on The Best Supporting Aftershow we are diving headfirst into the second half of season two of PEN15. But not before taking a quick stop at Sheetz and yet another RHONY Roundup! Nick finally listened to The Demise of Mrs. Baylock and Colin is positively smitten with Only Murders in the Building. In our BSA of the Week segment, Nick sugges…
 
The scariest non-horror movie you'll see all year, Stephen Karam's brilliant adaptation and direction of his Tony winning play "The Humans" arrived on Showtime to seemingly no deserved fanfare. The cast of six, including Beanie Feldstein, Richard Jenkins, Amy Schumer, Stephen Yeun and Queen June Squibb, works together through a symphony of micro-ag…
 
This week on The Best Supporting Aftershow we are continuing our pumpkin pie for breakfast post-Thanksgiving wrap up! Nick has failed yet again to complete his extra credit for his Best Supporting Assignment from last week while Colin received top marks for Insecure and Adele’s new album. In our BSA of the Week segment Nick can’t get enough of Mart…
 
Let's call it a Thanksgiving hangover! A little behind the scenes confusion means this week is a meal of sides with no main, an extended aftershow to let the holidays digest a bit. We catch up on our respective Thanksgivings, updates on our individual RHONY journeys, some new podcasts and audiobooks currently in our ears and the possibilities a mil…
 
This week on the Best supporting podcast Nick and Colin catch up and discuss the most important question of all : what's on your Thanksgiving plate? In our Best Supporting Assignment segment, Nick receives an Incomplete and Colin breaks down the complex persona of Ramona Singer. In our BSA of the week segment, Nick welcomes Adele's new album with o…
 
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