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Inside, we explore an alternative history of British cinema with a list of mould-breaking movies, and on this special episode, host Michael Leader is joined by special guests Will Fowler, curator at BFI and co-author of new book on the underground British visual culture, The Bodies Beneath, and Rowan Woods, who works for British Council and BFI, to delve into th For information regarding your data privacy, visit a The toys are back in town. On the show this week, Michael Leader, Anton Bitel and Caitlin Quinlan team up to offer their thoughts on two new releases from opposite ends of the genre spectrum.
For information regarding your d Before that we take a look at Men in Black: International, starring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as the slick-suited galaxy defenders, and, in Film Club, the original — and still best — Men in Black from For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast Lastly, the classic Ealing comedy Kind Hearts and Coronets is reap Cannes Special 5. In a little over three decades of attending Cannes, Charles has worked with everyone from Jim Jarmusch and Lynne Ramsay to Ken Loach and here reveals how the festival — and the movies themselves — have changed down the years.
Cannes Special 4. Once upon a time in Cannes Quentin Tarantino returns to the Croisette with his hotly-anticipated ninth feature, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as an ageing TV star and his stunt double sidekick respectively. Cannes Special 3. Cannes Special 2. Cannes Special 1. We also hear from the director herself, who discusses meeting the cast for the first time. Also in cinemas this week is Eighth Grade from YouTube comedian-turned-filmmaker Bo Burnham, which finally arrives in the UK having earned plaudits across the pond. For inf For information regarding For information regarding your data privacy, v How do you follow-up an Oscar-winning breakthrough like Moonlight?
And in Film Club, we explore one of Je Mary Poppins Returns does exactly what it says on the tin, with Emily Blunt in the iconic title role, but is it the cockle-warming singalong we were hoping for? Claire Foy stars as punk Scandi hacker Lisbeth Salander, but how does she compare to the Rooney Mara and Noomi Rapace versions of the girl with the dragon tattoo? And in Film Club we salute working women everywhere with a loo Michael Leader is back in the hot seat this week as we heap praise on not one but two Steve McQueen movies.
On this week's podcast, Nick Duncalf welcomes regular contributor Beth Webbe and a debut appearance from Kambole Campbell who tackle another trio of films. First up, it's Mike Leigh's latest, the historical political drama Peterloo. And in Film Club, they look back at Leigh's nihilistic drama Naked from , featuring a powerhouse but disturbing turn from David Thewlis. And finally, there's the charming anime feature Mirai from Mamoru Hosoda.
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Easy come, easy go. This week, we kick things off by chatting to Pawel Pawlikowski, director of swooning black and white romance, Cold War, before discussing the film. Then we take out our critical knives for Brian Henson's already much-maligned rude puppet cop comedy, The Happytime Murders, which co-stars Melisa McCarthy alongside a rabble of felt creations. Then we cast our minds back to when Peter Jackson was whisking movies out of the air and on a shoe-string budget: X-rated puppet opus Meet the Feebles is our Film Cl In cinemas this week, documentarian Mark Cousins pens a personal ode to his filmmaking idol in The Eyes of Orson Welles.
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the cinema And in Film Club, the Ivory-Merchant romantic classic Maurice gets a welcome appraisal ahead of a 4K theatrical re-release. A podcast 68 million years in the making Next up the gang swap Science Fiction for high fashion in the intimate documentary McQueen, about the life and times of maverick dressmaker Alexander McQueen. There's no Film Club this week, but plenty to satisfy your movie cravings.
Cannes Special 7. Will it be Alice Rohrwache Cannes Special 6. It's day eight of the 71st Cannes Film Festival and there's an uneasy feeling in the air. That's because Lars von Trier is back with a new film, The House That Jack Built, a dark serial killer thriller that ranks among the Danish director's most challenging works to date. For information regarding your data p On the third instalment of our Cannes podcast special, David Jenkins and Michael Leader round up the latest celeb sightings, news from the Croissette, offer up some reviews on the latest films they've seen.