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Episode 3: The February Edition- Alternative Love Stories & Special Guest Tony Ageh OBE

Episode summary:
In this episode, we review new releases, The Big Short, Spotlight and the latest from Marvel, ‘Deadpool’. We reveal some surprising movie trivia and Emily and Sarah divulge their top 5 unconventional films about love, pushing aside the saccharine love hearts, in favour of cinema’s more alternative romances. We also hear from you, and discuss your favourites.

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Tony Ageh OBE at BBC Television Centre- Photo credit Maxim Thompson

In our special guest interview, Emily speaks to media and broadcast innovator Tony Ageh (OBE) about what he’s been watching as a BAFTA panellist, how the evolution of new media is affecting our viewing patterns and consumption of film, we discuss Tony’s instrumental role in developing market leading on demand service, BBC iPlayer and he dispels the myths surrounding the service’s creation. We also discuss whether in the age of on demand home viewing, there’s still a place for the cinema experience.

We’ll be checking in again with Sarah to see where she’s up to with her ambitious 500  Film Challenge – she’s watching 500 films in a year!
Trivia, reviews, interviews and much more from the world of film!

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Happy Movie Going!!

Emily Cook

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Episode 2: The January Edition -New Year, New Films, Inspirational Movies and ‘Re-dos’

We’re delighted to be back with the second ever episode of our new Film Focus podcast! Each Episode can be found in video format on our Vimeo Channel and an audio version is housed on our Soundcloud channel

Episode 2: The January Edition – Inspirational Films and Redo’s
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Episode summary:

In this episode, we review Daddy’s Home, the latest offering from TarantinoThe Hateful Eight and The Revenant. We reveal some surprising movie trivia and Emily and Sarah divulge their top 5 inspirational films to help us beat the January blues. We also hear from you, and discuss your favourites.

In our special guest interview Emily speaks to filmmaker activist and artist, Richard DeDomenici about his hugely successful Redux Project and the Manx Scene Stealers (the recreating iconic scenes from feature films) and they discuss what it was like working on BBC Four’s Live from Television Centre together.

We also have an exclusive directors commentary from Richard of his  Matrix Redux (make sure to watch the video file below of this episode for the full affect).

We also give you the latest installment of Sarah’s exciting 500  Film Challenge – she’s watching 500 films in a year!
Trivia, reviews, interviews and much more from the world of film!

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For more episodes and exclusive clips, please check out our Vimeo Channel and  Soundcloud channel which house all of our episodes. Please subscribe to both channels as well as this blog, to make sure you’re the first to hear about our next episodes.

We also have a specially created ‘Inspirational Movies’ themed blog post as well as a blog about Richard DeDomenici’s Redux’s.Check them out on our blog post section.

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Happy New Year and Happy Movie Going!!

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Episode 1: The December Edition – Christmas Movie Magic

Over the past four months, we’ve been busily working away on creating a Film Focus’ brand new film Podcast and we’re delighted to announce the first episode! Each Episode can be found in video format on our Vimeo Channel and an audio version is housed on our Soundcloud channel

Episode 1: The December Edition – Christmas Movie Magic

Episode summary:
We review Black Mass, Spectre, The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2, The Lady in the Van and speak about the greatly anticipated Star Wars The Force Awakens. We reveal some awesome and surprising movie trivia, Emily and Sarah discuss what makes the perfect Christmas film and giving a run down of their top 5. We also hear from you, and discuss your favourites.

In our special guest interview Emily speaks to Director Dave Armstong about the Watchmaker’s Apprentice, and Sarah tells us what happened when she meet Zach Galligan, the lead actor from  Gremlins this week.

We also give you the latest installment of Sarah’s exciting 500  Film Challenge – she’s watching 500 films in a year!
Trivia, reviews, interviews and much more from the world of film!

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Exclusive Clip:
Interview with Director Dave Armstrong about the Watchmaker’s apprentice.

Coming soon! – Please check back for clips within the next few days!

For more episodes and exclusive clips, please check out our Vimeo Channel and  Soundcloud channel which will provide a home to all of our future episodes too. Please subscribe to both channels as well as this blog, to make sure you’re the first to hear about our next episodes.

We also have a specially created Christmas themed blog post, check out ‘Unwrapping the Magic of Christmas Movie Nostalgia’ on our blog post section.

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Sarah and friends meeting Zach Gilliagan (Gremlins )

 

Thanks to Dam Production Isle of Man for use of their studio for the special guest interview and ident recordings.

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Happy Movie Going

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