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The Locarno Film Festival podcast presented by UBS hosts an illustrious line-up of actors, changemakers and innovators from the movie industry. Expect to laugh, learn and be inspired by the untold stories and perspectives of guests ranging from Matt Dillon to Daisy Edgar-Jones. Futurespectives covers everything from finding one’s purpose to equality and representation in film, the freedom of expression through art, to green film making. Prepare to immerse yourself in deep yet crisp conversat ...
 
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Johnny Gandelsman — This Is America – An Anthology 2020-2021 (In a Circle Records) New Classical Tracks - Johnny Gandelsman by “I was born in Russia into a family of musicians. Both of my parents are musicians. My only sibling, my older sister, is a violinist as well,” says violinist Johnny Gandelsman, who has been living in Brooklyn since 1999. “I…
 
We’ve talked about how Nickelback is easily one of music’s most polarizing bands (listen here: https://youtu.be/l6W11KCNLe4). But does the Canadian rock outfit prove naysayers wrong with “Get Rollin’” (their 10th album and first in more than five years)? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcas…
 
Amanda Lee Falkenberg with Marin Alsop/The London Symphony Orchestra & The London Voices — The Moons Symphony (Signum) New Classical Tracks - Amanda Lee Falkenberg by Amanda Lee Falkenberg is an Australian-born composer and pianist who lives in Dubai. Five years ago she took a leap of faith that led to the creation of a choral symphony that merges …
 
Acclaimed Palestinian artist, film director and producer Kamal Aljafari talks about interweaving fiction, non-fiction, and contemporary art in his work. In this conversation Kamal talks about the psychological strangeness of being an immigrant in the country you were born, his research into reinventing archival images for film and why art is all ab…
 
Rachel Barton Pine — Violin Concertos by Black Composers Through the Centuries (Cedille) New Classical Tracks - Rachel Barton Pine by “You could say that the album that I've just rereleased is really the album that I would have made in 1997 had I only been able to back then,” violinist Rachel Barton Pine said about releasing a pioneering recording …
 
A supergroup with members of My Chemical Romance, Coheed And Cambria, Thursday, Circa Survive and Saosin?! Does L.S. Dunes live up to its potential with its debut album “Past Lives”? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In each episode, both h…
 
Xiaolu Guo talks about being an immigrant in London and how she faced cultural difficulties head on and channelled them into her writing and filmmaking. The Chinese-born British novelist, memoirist and filmmaker has experienced a fascinating life growing up in a rural coastal town in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, to transitioning to a very diff…
 
In Rafael Dernbach's role as a futurist, he discusses how cinematic experiences frame our lives today. The renowned researcher shares his take on the battle for audience's attention, the way how we pay attention has fundamentally changed, and why the rise in meditation represents a direct reaction to the ever increasing noise in our lives. He discl…
 
Christopher Tin/Voces 8 — The Lost Birds (Decca) New Classical Tracks - Christopher Tin by Composer Christopher Tin and the British vocal ensemble Voces8 were introduced to one another by their recording engineer about a decade ago. Ever since that first meeting, Tin has been looking for an opportunity to collaborate with the singers. They were fin…
 
The Clash are often referred to as “the only band that matters” (and rightfully so). But if you had to pick the British genre-fusing punk rock icons’ best songs (that are NOT named “London Calling”), which three would you pick? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast where we have to …
 
Sarah Willis — Mozart y Mambo: Cuban Dances (Alpha) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - Sarah Willis by When Sarah Willis travelled to Cuba two years ago to record Vol. 1 of her three-part series Mozart y Mambo, she wanted to make music and to make a difference. Thanks to profits from that first album, members of the Havana Lyceum Orchestr…
 
When we reviewed Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Unlimited Love” back in April, we could never have imagined they’d release ANOTHER double album just a few short months later. But what does “Return of the Dream Canteen” say about the current state of RHCP? Is RHCP’s onslaught of double albums in 2022 (their first in more than 15 years with John Frusciante)…
 
Michele Jannuzzi, the man behind the famous Locarno Film Festival brand emblem – the Leopard – shares the secrets of its origin, his redesign in 2007 and how the Leopard was born out of a mistake, yet quickly turned into one of the most recognisable images in cinema. The creative director and owner of Jannuzzi Smith also discusses the influence of …
 
Víkingur Ólafsson — From Afar (DG) New Classical Tracks - Víkingur Ólafsson by “I'm not shy when meeting people. I have met many fantastic people in my life. But meeting György Kurtág felt different to me. I had this feeling of awe,” Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson said. He was starstruck last year when out of the blue, he was invited to Budape…
 
Udo Kier reflects on his life in movies, discussing why he's so intrigued by complex characters and how he made it in Hollywood as a German actor. From favourite roles to favourite directors, Udo shares some candid stories from his career – one that he never wanted. This episode also sheds light on the role of cinema in opening up people's minds to…
 
Sheku Kanneh-Mason — Song (Decca) New Classical Tracks - The Knights by “Song really speaks to the vocal quality I find in all the pieces of music that I selected for my instrument,” cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason said about expressing his artistic freedom on his latest solo recording, Song. ”The cello has such a wonderful ability to sing in all of the…
 
The Knights — The Kreutzer Project (Avie) New Classical Tracks - The Knights by “Aren’t we all obsessed with time travel? Aren’t we all wanting to have dinner with that person that’s not alive anymore,” conductor of the Knights, Eric Jacobsen, asked when he fired up the time machine for their newest album, The Kreutzer Project. With his brother, vi…
 
Does Lamb Of God live up to their legacy as a leader in the new wave of American heavy metal movement with their ninth album “Omens”? Or does Randy Blythe and the Virginia metal outfit leave fans yearning for more? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part comp…
 
Does Slipknot live up to their status as their generation’s larger-than-life metal band with “The End, So Far,” or does album No. 7 leave much to be desired from Corey Taylor and the Iowa-metal outfit? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In e…
 
Time for Three — Letters for the Future (DG) New Classical Tracks - Time for Three by “This is Kevin Puts; he’s our new member, our composer in residence — ‘Time for Four.’” The members of the string trio Time for Three — violinists Nick Kendall and Charles Yang, and bassist Ranaan Meyer — are talking about Puts and his involvement on their latest …
 
Claire Bryant — Whole Heart (Bright Shiny Things) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - Claire Bryant by “I chose to release my album at the Lee Correctional Institution,” said cellist Claire Bryant about her debut recording, Whole Heart. “It is one of the largest maximum-security prisons in South Carolina. “I chose to do that because my gro…
 
On paper, an Ozzy Osbourne solo album that enlists a slew of all-stars for guest appearances (including Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi, Jeff Beck, Eric Claption, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, Zakk Wylde, Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan, and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready… just to name a few) should be making massive fans like u…
 
Orli Shaham — Mozart: Piano Sonatas Vol. 2 & 3 (Canary Classics) New Classical Tracks - Orli Shaham by “Through the course of this project, I got a taste of what it would have felt like to be Mozart,” pianist Orli Shaham said about recording all 18 of Mozart’s piano sonatas. “It was probably exhausting because he had so many ideas running through h…
 
Very few bands are as beloved as Clutch. So do the Maryland rock veterans live up to fans’ high expectations with “Sunrise on Slaughter Beach” (their first album in nearly four years, as well as their shortest to date)? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part…
 
It's been nearly ten years since The Mars Volta disbanded. But will fans enjoy Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala's attempt to craft their vision of a pop record, or will the group’s self-titled comeback album leave fans yearning for the hyperactive, head-spinning sound that made them prog rock darlings? Find out what Matt and Zach think…
 
Avlana Eisenberg conducting the Royal Scottish National Orchestra with violinist Zina Schiff — William Grant Still: Summerland/Violin Suite/Pastorela/American Suite (Naxos) New Classical Tracks - Avlana and Celeste by ”It's crucial to remember this is not new music. These manuscripts have been around for generations. I'm aware that there are many m…
 
Artist, composer and film director Laurie Anderson shares the first story she was ever told, and how she discovered some of her iconic sound making possibilities by mistake. The key player in the avant-garde music scene since the 60's also gives a sneak peak into what she is currently working on and why Jack Kennedy sent her a dozen red roses.…
 
Matt Dillon reflects on his career, recalling the first scene he ever shot, the fun he had working on 'There's Something About Mary' and why they say you make a movie three times. Matt also talks about the process of making the controversial film 'The House That Jack Built' and overcoming his nerves to watch it for the first time.…
 
Swiss-Peruvian artist, writer and director Klaudia Reynicke talks about juggling motherhood whilst being a filmmaker on the rise, the challenges she faces as a female in the industry, and how her experience living in three very different cultures unintentionally reflects in the honesty of her work. Klaudia also talks about inspirations behind her m…
 
Todd Haynes discusses why he finds it so important to explore the themes of music, pop culture and sexuality in his films. The prolific director and screenwriter also considers why macho stereotypes in action movies can encourage toxic masculinity and how recruiting more females and minority voices in filmmaking is the answer to broadening society'…
 
Locarno Film Festival’s Deputy COO & Chief Innovation Officer Simona Gamba shares her inspiring story going from being the Director of the Casting Department of MTV to the present.The communications and media industry veteran, who led countless projects of innovation and digitalization, talks about the connection/connectivity, stories and passion a…
 
Janoska Ensemble — The Big B’s (DG) New Classical Tracks - Janoska Ensemble by Two violins, double bass and piano is an unusual combination for a classical quartet, but it’s the perfect combination for the Janoska Ensemble. “It's a new window that we want to open for classical music,” double bassist Julius Darvas said about the ensemble’s sound. “W…
 
There’s no denying Megadeth are responsible for some of metal’s most iconic albums and songs. But does Dave Mustaine and co. live up to the band’s legacy with its 16th album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!” Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competi…
 
Even after nearly three decades, very few bands sound like Muse. But does the operatic alt rock trio live up to their legacy with their ninth studio album, "Will of the People"? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In each episode, both hosts …
 
Itamar Zorman — Violin Odyssey (First Hand) New Classical Tracks - Itamar Zorman by Like many musicians during the pandemic, Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman found creative ways to continue performing. He and his wife, pianist Liza Stepanova, created a live-streamed video series, Hidden Gems. It was that video series that inspired Zorman’s latest re…
 
Aaron Taylor-Johnson likes to keep his private life private. However, in this intimate conversation with Futurespectives host Gabby Sanderson, Aaron opens up about why he feels much more comfortable playing a character than being himself in front of an audience. Aaron also shares why his role as a dad and a husband is his first priority, the joy of…
 
What does it take to be the artist director for one of the oldest and most prestigious film festivals in the world? Giona A. Nazzaro who has held this position for the Locarno Film Festival since 1st January 2021, has all the answers. Sharing some of the highs, challenges and how he doesn't let personal taste interfere with his programming, there i…
 
Lucius Barre is an international publicist who specialises in promoting culturally diverse films for worldwide distribution. Working with an incredible who’s who of superstars like Doris Day, Rita Hayworth, Udo Kier and Nicole Kidman, is all in a day's work for Lucius, and in this podcast, he shares some incredible stories about working with such f…
 
Juliette Binoche talks about getting into the character of the life of a truck driver in her latest movie ‘Paradise Highway’. The Academy Award winner also discusses her hunger as an actress to cross borders, why she still has an acting coach, and the reason expression is more important than the language when stepping into a role.…
 
Futurespectives is the official podcast series of the Locarno Film Festival. In this audio forward host Gabby and her production team, Nik, Jules and Darryl, set up the premise of the show and give listeners a sneak peak into some of the huge stars that will be appearing in season one. The team also discuss what makes Locarno Film Festival so speci…
 
Bands reuniting can lead to varied results - especially when bands reunite without key members. But is it hypocritical to be skeptical of some reunions while fully accepting of others when the band’s circumstances may be identical? What makes some reunions successful and others a complete bust? That’s what Matt and Zach discuss in the latest episod…
 
Leif Ove Andsnes — Mozart Momentum: 1786 (Sony Classical) New Classical Tracks - Leif Ove Andsnes by “On stage you have to have a childlike openness,” Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes said. “There will be moments in concerts where I feel, ‘I’m creating now. It's actually happening in the moment.’ Also, there is nothing as beautiful as Mozart's mu…
 
Frederic Hand — Across Time (New Focus Recordings) New Classical Tracks - Frederic Hand by ”I'm not sure why this happened, but he started to sing at a slower tempo. I had this moment of panic,” guitarist Frederic Hand said during one of the many stories he can tell about his role as the official guitarist for the Metropolitan Opera. “Here we are, …
 
The Interrupters have created lots of buzz with their blend of two-tone ska So-Cal punk rock. But does the band live up to their hype with album number 4, “In The Wild”? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In each episode, both hosts are give…
 
Aznavoorian Duo — Gems From Armenia (Cedille) New Classical Tracks - Aznavoorian Duo by “It's like watching French films. It’s the simplest thing, yet you're bawling your eyes out,” pianist Marta Aznavoorian said. “These pieces are like that for us; they're memories. They're examples of what it means for us to be Armenian.” The Aznavoorian Duo, whi…
 
Beyonce has easily been one of the past two decades’ most powerful and influential figures in pop culture. But if you had to whittle down her vast musical catalogue down to three songs, which three would we declare as Queen Bey’s best? Find out our choices ahead of her new album "Renaissance" in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Ha…
 
Alisa Weilerstein / Inon Barnatan: Beethoven Cello Sonatas (Pentatone) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - Alisa Weilerstein by “It takes organization. But it is more than possible, and it's fantastic.” That’s cellist Alisa Weilerstein talking about what it takes to integrate family with an active career. About five months ago, she and her…
 
Marc-André Hamelin – William Bolcom: The Complete Rags (Hyperion) New Classical Tracks - Marc-André Hamelin by “In 1985, I won the Carnegie Hall competition for American Music. One of the prizes was an invitation to the Cabrillo Festival in California, which is still going on, I think. And the two composers in residence that year happened to be Arv…
 
There's no harm in a band trying to evolve their sound. But it can sometimes be startling when a band sounds almost unrecognizable from their debut album. So which three bands do we think sound the most different from their humble beginnings? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast wh…
 
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