Emily and Sarah review recent release Swiss Army Man staring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe. The film tells the story of a hopeless man stranded on a deserted island who befriends a washed-up corpse and together they go on a surreal journey to get home.The film is directed by visionary duo, renowned music video directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert who bring their own brand of bizarre ‘out there’ creativity to the mix. We also hear from Daniel Radcliffe himself who we saw at the press preview screening of the film the other week. Here’s what we thought of it…
In this episode Emily and Sarah review new release, David Brent: Life on the Road the latest from Ricky Gervais as well as cult classic Labyrinth staring the late David Bowie. Emily catches up with some special guests, the fabulous team behind the Isle of Man Film Festival, to discuss what exciting events are in store for this year’s September festivities. We’ll find out the latest on Sarah’s challenge to watch over 500 feature films in a year and, as if that wasn’t enough, we’ll be discussing the importance of length, as Emily and Sarah reveal their Top 5 Favourite Short Films.
Emily at the IOMFF
Emily Filming Interviews with Christy DeHaven one of the Isle of Man Film Festival Directors
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We also let you know of any film-making opportunities and events on the horizon, the latest from the IOMFF and, as if that wasn’t enough, we discuss the importance of location in films; particularly how and why forests are used in horror and thrillers to increase tension. Emily and Sarah reveal their Top 5 Forests of Fear.
Emily Cook interviewing special guest Jim Gillespie at the Isle of Man Film festival. Photo by Steve Babb