In this episode of our ScreenTalks Archive, we revisit a powerful conversation exploring 'For Sama's' intimate and epic journey into the war in Syria with directors Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts, hosted by Krishnan Guru-Murthy.
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Barbican ScreenTalks Archive is back for a second series. We’re delving into our vast archive to dig out the liveliest conversations from across the decades. First up, documentary filmmaker Heather Lenz discusses 'Kusama-Infinity' with Zing Tseng.
As 'Can We Talk About Power?' begins, cultural thinker Suzanne Alleyne takes over Nothing Concrete this week for a special episode and another fascinating conversation about the power of power with Mia Bays and Michael Holding.
This week, we have a special guest episode from the Autism Through Cinema podcast as they discuss everything from autistic characters on screen, how filmmakers can make film sets more inclusive to whether there’s an autistic aesthetic in cinema.
We remember the time in April 2018 when Thurston Moore led an orchestra of twelve string guitarists and sonic dreamers in a symphony to the earth and the stars.
We step into a bleak gloopy bubble of dangerous darkness and relive the terrifying sci-fi drama, Under the Skin. Ben Eshmade speaks to Jonathan Glazer, back in 2013...
We look back to May 2015 and our celebration of the New York based record label, Nonesuch Records. We meet president Bob Hurwitz and Nonesuch artists Timo Andres and Rhiannon Giddens for a look at the history of this unique label.
Another week in the archive as Ben Eshmade spends time immersed in 2015’s Transcender festival revelling in the ecstatic, devotional and psychedelic music of Atom TM and Robin Fox, Arifa, Faiz Ali Faiz and Leo Abrahams and David Coulter.
This week's archive find sees us celebrate director Ben Wheatley through his dystopian film High-Rise and its follow-up the pulp gangster thriller, Free Fire.
We encounter some timeless music assembled through improvisation, editing and sound collage in this archive episode exploring the legacy of Can, recorded around their Barbican concert in April 2017.
We head to the scuzzy streets and broken dreams of 80s New York City with director Susan Seidelman to look back at 2017's The Grime and the Glamour film season, featuring Seidelman's debut film Smithereens and Desperately Seeking Susan.
We're rewatching the 2016 German comedy-drama, Toni Erdmann which sees a practical joking father try to reconnect with his hard working daughter and in the process creating a ludicrous alter ego