With so many options at the cinema these days, my husband and I use this show as a helping hand in deciding what to watch. Love the interviews, Christina Lamb in particular. Think we’ll probably see A Private War rather than the King Arthur film, but maybe that’s one for when the grandchildren come round!
Interviews and discussion about the latest high quality and independent film releases from Curzon Cinemas in the UK
I love listening to this show every week, there is always an interesting guest/interview in the mix. Very insightful conversations yet still fun, casual and easy to listen to.
An essential round-up of what's hitting our cinema screens each week - with great chat from a variety of infectiously-enthusiastic critical voices paired with insightful interviews from big names from both in front of and behind the camera. The recent Barry Jenkins / Sir Kenneth Branagh episode was a gem. Top puns, too!
This is a great, concise film show that highlights the better films out at the cinema. Love the interviews (particularly Kenneth Branagh) and the chat the critics have, glad it's not too rambly like other similar shows.
A great listen if you're into film and want to stay up to date and get some interesting opinions on new releases. Also some brilliant interviews - hearing the lead animator from Isle of Dogs talk was so interesting!
What a solid podcast... reliably fascinating and well put together.
The reviewers need to be better informed with respect to McNamara...seems they may not have even seen the Oscar winning ‘Fog of War’ which is astonishing really as from that alone they’d get to understand that McNamarra was not in the slightest way an evil man, just someone acting on behalf of his President which was mostly LBJ (despite his considerable doubt) and his Administration and doing his job, they have no clue of the Cold War environment that prevailed at the time that shaped moral ethics and behaviour..they could do even better by reading his book (published in 1999 ‘Argument without end’ where with his Vietnamese counterparts (which with other individuals he was responsible for setting up) they explore all the many chances starting from the UN Conference of 1954 that were missed by both sides...he was a fascinating individual, and not in any way imaginable an evil one...the only allegation that can be made is that at the time he was a coward and betrayed his own beliefs...
Very informative and entertaining - inspired me to watch some films I never thought I would watch.