On this week’s archive edition we have a tale of a near impossible romance set against the backdrop of post-World War 2 Europe in Pavel Pawlikowski’s masterpiece Cold War.
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In this compelling interview with Thelma Schoonmaker we explore her legacy: A film editor who has worked with Martin Scorsese for over 40 years - from Raging Bull, to the subject of our podcast, The Silence.
We return to our archive and remember a conversation with Mike Leigh about Peterloo, a gritty, real and sorrowful film from this excellent British director.
For our final ScreenTalk of Season 2, we’re talking with actor Richard E Grant and his role in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, for which he received his first Academy Award nomination.
Maxine Peak plays Funny Cow, a woman who want to make people laugh, someone who refuses to give up on her dreams. The film is the fictional tale of a woman who dreams of making it in the unforgiving northern comedy circuit of the 70s.
This week, New York Times dance critic Alastair Macaulay, dancer and choreographer, Dame Siobhan Davies, Radiohead drummer and musician Philip Selway, and director Alla Kovgan about Kovgan’s amazing 3D documentary, Cunningham.
Over this three-part series we’ve entered a parallel universe of video games music, from the chunky world of 8-bit tunes to the full studio cinematic scores that define the modern immersive gaming experience. These mechanical melodies have been sneaking out of the consoles and into the concert hall for well over a decade.
From 2018 we present the second of our three-part series Ode to Joysticks. Sit back as we move from 8-bit to 64-bit and find ourselves in worlds old and new, searching for mystical treasure, solving puzzles, joining ancient societies, driving fast cars or at the most fundamental level just trying to survive that new very scary looking new monster coming toward us.