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Hey Folks! Welcome to the Brief Encounter Podcast. I've been a professional drummer for over 30 years and have played with some great bands and musicians such as Picturehouse, Marianne Faithfull, Paul Brady, Glen Hansard and The Frames to name but a few.I've always been interested in what it takes to pursue an artistic endeavour and maintain longevity in a very challenging industry so I'll be interviewing artists from all walks of life.
 
Jeff Chambers visits Carnforth Station, in Lancashire, in north-west England. The 1945 film Brief Encounter was partly filmed here, and the location of many of the scenes can still be found. Jeff re-visits the romantic story, and explores its relevance to the audiences of today. Carnforth though is also the home to a working steam locomotive depot, and Jeff relates the visit of two steam-hauled trains, along with more of the history of this interesting little railway station.
 
A weekly podcast in which we compare and contrast films to discover new insights and context for (mostly foreign and independent) films both new and old. Our panel always features at least 50% women, and is a combination of critics, film lovers, and academics. Soon, all episodes more than six months old will be only available to our members. As a member, you’ll receive a personalized premium feed of all of our episodes, and you can still listen to it from your favourite podcatcher. To become ...
 
A podcast about movies - old and new. Each episode host Olivia Tjon-A-Meeuw and a guest discuss two films in great detail: A new release followed by an older film. That might be a stone cold classic or a brand new discovery. Either way, it's a gem! Listen to figure out if any of the films are ... one for you.
 
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The Exam Room

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Exploring the boundaries of medicine, technology, and culture, The Exam Room will put a lens on the forces reshaping medicine. One of the core threads running through the program will be the idea of technologically mediated change and its effect on the work of healthcare professionals.
 
Nina Sudbrooke is a young girl who works the nights at her local remote petrol station. One evening she encounters something...stranger and now is desperate to tell somebody, anybody. The Petrol station is a semi horror podcast about the lonely world of working the graveyard shift in the middle of nowhere. Produced by Far Island For more information, follow us on twitter @_FarIsland
 
Academy Award was a CBS radio anthology series that presented 30-minute adaptations of plays, novels or films. The program's title is listed in one source as Academy Award Theater. Rather than adaptations of Oscar-winning films, as the title implied, the series offered "Hollywood's finest, the great picture plays, the great actors and actresses, techniques and skills, chosen from the honor roll of those who have won or been nominated for the famous golden Oscar of the Academy of Motion Pictu ...
 
Coachella Valley Storytellers Project is a series of live storytelling nights from The Desert Sun. The Coachella Valley Storytellers Project will coordinate nights of true stories, told live, in which artists, community leaders and everyday desert residents prepare a brief, first-person story on a theme, addressing it literally or metaphorically. In partnership with University of California Riverside - Palm Desert's graduate school for creative writing and writing for the performing arts, we ...
 
America burnt him out, so he moved to Budapest with his Hungarian wife, 5 year-old son, and his 11 year-old dog Zoltan. Being a lifelong musician, activist, and scholar, Christopher Robin Cox enjoys unscripted conversations, stories, and calling it like he sees it. Burnt Out in Budapest is a no-holds-barred deep dive into all things politics, culture, environment, and music. Frequent guests, as well as themed monologues, you never really know what you are going to get. All the music on the p ...
 
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We finally discuss Andrew Haigh's Weekend on the podcast. To celebrate the film's 10th anniversary, we are going into detail on the film and discussing another great film about a brief encounter between gay men, End of the Century. This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, and staff writer Lena Wilson. Show not…
 
Welcome to ‘Breaking Up’ - a podcast about break-ups, love, and pop culture. I’m your host, Isabella Shields and this week I’m joined by Demi Rodriguez! Demi is the digital marketing coordinator at Anime Limited, the UK's largest independent anime distributor. She’s been working in film marketing for the past five years, with her previous home bein…
 
Part 1: Zach recaps movies he caught at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. Part 2 (27:12): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1974's Céline and Julie Go Boating. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also follow us on: Faceboo…
 
On the first of our TIFF 2021 podcasts, we discuss the films we saw before the festival began. This includes the new film from site favourite Joachim Trier, Jack Lowden in Terence Davies' Benediction, and more This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith. On this episode: Joachim Trier ebook (2:46) Horror sympos…
 
There’s absolutely no drunken podcasting in this episode! And you might be thinking to yourself, that’s a very specific denial and you would be right. Because this episode, we talk about DRUNKEN MASTER II! And one lesson we’ve learned from that film is that heavy drinking leads to great prowess. But we are definitively not doing that. (Or are we?)W…
 
Part 1: Zach goes solo and reflects on life and the podcast. Listeners be warned. Part 2 (32:00): The group (i.e. just Zach) continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1971's Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also fo…
 
This week we are re-releasing our The Deep Blue Sea podcast in celebration of Terence Davies' new film, Benediction, and in memorial to Helen McRory, who passed away in April. This episode discusses two versions of Terence Ratigan's 1952 play, The Deep Blue Sea. Davies' 2011 film version is a moving portrayal of memory and Carrie Cracknell's Nation…
 
Part 1: Zach, Michael, Nazeeh and Seth discuss movies they saw this week, including: the works of Jacques Tati, Secret Honor, and Short Cuts. Part 2 (30:20): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1969's The Color of Pomegranates. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podc…
 
This week, we're celebrating the 10th anniversary of Joachim Trier's Oslo, August 31, our favourite film of the 2010s. As part of the celebration, we are presenting a special edition of our December 2020 podcast episode, "Are men OK? Masculinity, mental health, & addiction in Another Round and Oslo, August 31st." This episode features Editor-in-Chi…
 
The One for You Podcast dives into the world of so-called prestige TV with an in-depth discussion of NINE PERFECT STRANGERS, a show about, well nine strangers, their weird so-called therapist, and some really nice smoothies. The show is set at a very exclusive wellness resort in California. Many people want to visit, but self-help guru Masha (Nicol…
 
Part 1: Zach, Andrew and Tomasz discuss movies they saw this week, including: Annette, Sound of the Mountain and The Muppets. Part 2 (42:40): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1967's Point Blank. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Al…
 
We discuss Christine and Kate Plays Christine, a fiction and documentary film about Christine Chubbuck. We ask, what's the value of telling a story in fiction versus nonfiction? This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, and special guest Lena Wilson. On this episode: Subjective realities (2:34) Why we paired th…
 
Welcome to ‘Breaking Up’ - a podcast about break-ups, love, and pop culture. I’m your host, Isabella Shields and this week I’m joined by the artist Eden Dodd (@edengrantdodd)to discuss toxic and fragile masculinity and how that reverberates in relationships. We answer questions about: - A bisexual boyfriend who keeps making misogynistic and homopho…
 
Part 1: Zach, Jessica and Seth discuss movies they saw this week, including: Shiva Baby, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Victim and Over the Garden Wall. Part 2 (35:34): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1954's Godzilla. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on…
 
Seventh Row Editors Alex Heeney and Orla Smith discuss the journey of writing our new ebook, Subjective realities: The art of creative nonfiction film. On this episode The book's origin story (2:22) What do we mean by "creative nonfiction" (8:53) How we put the book together (11:25) Editing and revising site content (12:33) Targeting new films and …
 
Welcome to a very special episode of the One for You Podcast! For the very first time we are dedicating an entire episode to the Locarno Film Festival, which just finished its 74th edition! For this episode, I am joined not by one, not by two, but by three guests! Mansi Tiwari, Alan Mattli, and making his long-awaited return to the podcast, my co-f…
 
Part 1: Zach and Grace discuss movies they saw this week, including: The Suicide Squad, Annette and The Apartment. Part 2 (35:30): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1957's Sweet Smell of Success. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Al…
 
This episode presents our June masterclass with Agnieszka Holland. She discusses her body of work, what drives her, and her newest film, Charlatan. This episode was recorded as a conversation between Holland, Editor-In-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith in June 2021 as part of our Lockdown Film School series. Read the shownotes. Rela…
 
Part 1: Zach, Michael and Andrew discuss movies they saw this week, including: The Green Knight. Part 2 (42:40): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1949's Jour de fête. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also follow us on: Facebook Tw…
 
We discuss the two features of Quebecois filmmaker Pascal Plante, Fake Tattoo and Nadia, Butterfly. Plante is an expert at depicting turning points in his characters’ lives and how they deal with major upheaval. This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, Associate Editor Brett Pardy, and Contributing Editor Lind…
 
Part 1: Zach, Jessy and Andrewl discuss movies they saw this week, including: Old, The Celluloid Closet and Space Jam: A New Legacy. Part 2 (38:30): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1945's Brief Encounter. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube …
 
Alex and Orla discuss the Cannes 2021 films they watched from home: a couple of competition titles, and even more interesting sidebar films that flew under the radar. On this episode: Announcements (1:11) Cannes and COVID (4:54) Cannes Winners (9:32) The Divide (Catherine Corsini) (19:10) Bergman Island (Mia Hansen-Løve) (22:19) The films we have n…
 
The One for You Podcast returns from the summer break! Naturally, we watched a ton of movies during that time, but we’ll focus on two for this episode. First, IN THE HEIGHTS, the adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pre-HAMILTON Broadway musical (06:00). The movie tells the stories of various people struggling and dreaming in the Heights, the New Yor…
 
Part 1: Zach, Jessy, Andrew and Michael discuss movies they saw this week, including: Fear Street: 1666, Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar and The Empty Man. Part 2 (51:00): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1931's Mädchen in Uniform with our guest, film historian and filmmaker Jenni Olson. Find the film…
 
We discuss the two features of Swedish filmmaker Magnus von Horn: his latest, Sweat, and his first feature from 2015, The Here After, with particular focus on how empathy is so crucial to his work. The episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, Associate Editor Brett Pardy, and Contributing Editor Lindsay Pugh. On th…
 
Part 1: Zach, Emily and Jessica discuss movies they saw this week, including: Pig, Fear Street Part One and Part Two, Raya and the Last Dragon and Snake Eyes. Part 2 (35:25): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1934's It Happened One Night. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? W…
 
To celebrate our 100th episode, Executive Editor Orla Smith hosts nine regular contributors sharing their picks for a film which can be constructive for the world and illuminate something about the people and society around us. On this episode Orla Smith and Support the Girls (3:35) Alex Heeney and Proxima (9:41) Caitlin Merriman and The Lady in th…
 
Part 1: Zach, Andrew and Jessica discuss movies they saw this week, including: Zola, No Sudden Move, Fear Street Part One: 1994 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Part 2 (40:25): The group continues their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1929's Diary of a Lost Girl with guest Thomas Gladysz. Learn more about the Louise Brooks Soc…
 
This episode highlights a session from last summer's Lockdown Film School with Penny Lane and Carol Nguyen. Lane and Nguyen discuss their approaches to creative nonfiction. It was recorded as a conversation between Lane, Nguyen, Editor-In-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith in May 2020 as part of our Lockdown Film School series. On th…
 
Hey folks, On this episode I talk with Helmet guitarist and frontman Page Hamilton. Page has worked with David Bowie and on numerous movie soundtracks such as Michael Mann's Heat and Collateral, The Kissing Booth, Saw and The Crow. Page is a straight talker bursting with humility and I can safely say it was a real pleasure getting to know him. I ho…
 
Part 1: Zach, Nadine and Michael discuss movies they saw this week, including: Luca and F9. Part 2 (44:40): The group begins their Young Critics Watch Old Movies series with a look at 1924's Greed. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel. Also follow us on: Facebook Twitter Letterbox…
 
On this episode, we discuss two renditions of Tony Kushner’s gay fantasia Angels in America: Mike Nichols’ HBO Miniseries from 2003 and the NTLive recording of Marianne Elliot’s 2017 production at the National Theatre in London. This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and special guests: Dr. Emily Garside - who did her PhD on theatrical r…
 
Part 1: Zach, Aster, Jessy and Julianna discuss movies they saw this week, including: In the Heights, All Light Everywhere, The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard, Pro-LIfe and Shiva Baby. Part 2 (38:40): The group concludes their Feel Good Queer Movie series with a look at 2015's Tangerine. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't want to listen? W…
 
On this episode, we discuss the work of bisexual Iranian-American filmmaker Desiree Akhavan, who is best known for the films Appropriate Behaviour and The Miseducation of Cameron Post, as well as the TV shows The Slope and The Bisexual. The episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney. Executive Editor Orla Smith, and special guest Lena Wilson. Epi…
 
This summer, Seventh Row is hosting The 2021 Creative Nonfiction Workshop: a series of masterclasses, screenings, and discussions about boundary-pushing nonfiction filmmaking. But what do we mean when we say "Creative Nonfiction"? We discuss on this bonus episode. Pre-registration for the workshop closes on Wednesday June 23 at midnight ET, so make…
 
Part 1: Zach, Seth, Jessy and Paige discuss movies they saw this week, including: The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo, Splendor, Picnic and The Cloud-Capped Star. Part 2 (32:25): The group continues their Feel Good Queer Movie series with a look at 2017's Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. See movies discussed in this episode here. Don't …
 
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