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Film Festival Radio

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Film Festival Radio

Janice Malone, Film Festival Radio

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Film Festival Radio features top guests from the world of film festivals, television, movies, sports and politics. The show has a variety of A-list celebrities, as well as indie filmmakers. Show's tagline: "The show where superstars and future stars happily co-exist together."
 
Two friends talk about films old and new (but mostly old). Richard Di Gregorio is an award-winning filmmaker who also happens to watch films. Greg Ralph is a film watcher who also happens to...well, watch films. Together they are a couple of guys who love the movies. This podcast invites you to share that love and go back to favourite films - or those you never got round to seeing (like them).
 
I decided to make a podcast/journey of myself as a film maker and award winning screenplay writer bringing other inspired filmmakers on my journey in to making a film, I have Made several shorts back in 2011 but just saw that as my film schooling. the journey is a continuous one so lets take one step at a time. NOTE, all podcasts are in the car, unfiltered or edited, road rage included.
 
"Poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for." Join Vijayavarthan and Jayesh (Vijay is an Upcoming Film-maker and Jayesh Is a Journalist Student) every Thursday as they talk with the Members of the Film community, Artists, Creators, and Other people about Film-making, Books, Journalism, Small-Time artist, and Other people.
 
Mountain Air is a podcast about outdoor people. Whether guide, photographer, writer, film-maker, athlete, enthusiast or other, each episode focuses on a different individual with a unique tale to tell. They each have one thing in common: a love of places high, wild, and free.
 
Mental Health is one of the biggest concerns of our time. Whether it is Generalized Anxiety, Post Pandemic worry or the Cost of Living Crisis, or other mental issues like eating disorders, OCD or depression - most of us are directly or indirectly affected.Therapist, film maker and author Lynn Crilly talks to some of the wonderful people she has met on her journey, talking about all things mental health, and sharing doable simple strategies, so you and the people you love can enjoy better men ...
 
Andrew Kirkpatrick is a British mountaineer, award-winning author and film-maker, TV and movie safety advisor, and monologist. He is best known as a big wall climber, having scaled Yosemite's El Capitan 30+ times, including five solo ascents, and two one day ascents, as well as climbing in Patagonia, Alaska, Africa and Antarctica. He has also crossed Greenland by ski and sailed down Willy Wonka's chocolate river with Johnny Depp. The Psycho Vertical podcasts cover everything from climbing mo ...
 
Often recorded in the river, the Peaks Fly Fishing podcast is mainly geared around fishing trips in and around the Derbyshire Peak District & South Yorkshire. Sit back and listen to the river trickling past and discover the waters where Isaak Walton fished and the fish that live in them. Take in the magic of those hidden urban streams and the gems that can be caught. Recorded by fly fishing author, film maker and pro-coach David Johnson on his local rivers and sometimes further afield too. I ...
 
From school dinners to sofa snacks – food has a huge part to play in shaping our story. And your favourite celebs have some delicious tales to tell... Join Grace Dent and celebrity guests including Graham Norton, Malorie Blackman and Dawn O'Porter for a fourth season of Comfort Eating – as she throws the cupboard doors open and chats life through food
 
Joel Miller AKA Joel Roadie is an ex-roadie, film maker, and art/memorabilia dealer. His book, Memoir of a Roadie, was the #1 new release on Amazon in bios and is currently on Amazon's best selling list. Listen as he pushes road cases, cameras, instruments, sound desks, lights, and whatever else may be in the way off the stage to interview both the best and the worst the entertainment industry has to offer.
 
The Art Pays Me Podcast is a series of informal conversations between successful creatives of diverse backgrounds with Duane. Duane asks guests about the work they're known for and how they got their start to explore the many ways possible to make a living off of art.
 
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Switchblade Sisters

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Switchblade Sisters

MaximumFun.org, Casey O'Brien

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Switchblade Sisters is a podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic and screenwriter April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!
 
My thoughts and silly commentary towards ideas, stories, and culturally relevant events or themes going on currently in my life🕺🎬⚡️. A freelance film maker/production crew worker living in Maine, working all over the place!
 
The INDIE FILM INDULGENCE features directors, actors, crew, producers, and cinema cheerleaders and their love affairs with independent movie making. Hosted by Canadian film maker/actor Jayson Stewart of Laps in Judgement Films. Matthew Perez is a 15 year old Colombian director and actor who has a few short films under his belt, some festival showings, and a plan for the future. See his story here, on the inaugural episode of INDIE FILM INDULGENCE. You can become a guest on the INDIE FILM IND ...
 
Survive the Jive podcast is about history and ancient religions and folklore. Hosted by historian Thomas Rowsell who is also a documentary film maker, this podcast focuses mainly on Indo-European cultures and most specifically on Germanic/Norse paganism. The podcast takes a holistic approach to programming that informs, educates and improves us. It sometimes covers scientific topics but is mainly concerned with pre-Christian religions of Europe. Sometimes the podcasts are based on videos fro ...
 
AFDM is an abbreviation for Art, Film, Dance and Music. The Toronto based podcast interviews creators and artists making a living in the Arts. AFDM's primary objective is to offer subjective knowledge of how to enter the Art, Film, Dance and Musical fields and make a living through them, as it also aims to shed light on the many talents of Toronto. AFDM offers an array of information, e.x. challenges and expectations one can face entering a field, to resources one can utilise to better their ...
 
"Conversations with Charles" is a series of in-depth conversations with the people that make up the film, broadcast and entertainment industry, including actors, directors, cinematographers, producers and more. Hosted by CHARLIE HERZFELD a veteran of the film and broadcast industry who has worked on over 100 feature film and broadcast projects with the likes of Martin Scorsese, Darren Aronofsky, Spike Lee, John Turturro and many more.
 
"It's not Garbage" is a podcast hosted by Eric Satterberg and Juan Diego Ramirez. It revisits films the hosts believe were not given a fair analysis at the time the film was released. Our promise to our listeners is to offer a 30-44min deep dive on one film per podcast in a fun context.
 
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Melanie C, aka Sporty Spice, is best known for being in one of the most successful girl groups of all time. But this week she’s swapping the pop world for the dance world and performing a new contemporary piece by the choreographer Jules Cunningham at Sadler’s Wells. Melanie C and Jules Cunningham discuss their collaboration, How Did We Get Here?Ra…
 
Justin Barcia has been on of my favourite riders since he was on an 85cc 2-stroke ripping MTF and taking out every older rider in his path. He was one of the most hyped amateurs to ever turn pro, and he didn't disappoint. JB went on to earn himself two Lites Supercross titles while also earning his now infamous nickname Bam Bam. In recent years tho…
 
bPOSSIBLE podcast with Dr Pedram Shojai. Health, wellness, and personal development media in a new steaming service that's designed to help you live your best life. Pedram Shojai is the Urban Monk. He is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, film maker, author, and Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in the co…
 
Noele Gordon was the star of Crossroads, the soap that ran on ITV from 1964 to 1988, attracting audiences of 15 million in its heyday. She was sacked from the show in 1981, returning briefly a few years later. What happened? And what was the role of TV soap at that time, with women at the heart of its casts and audience? Russell T Davies' new drama…
 
Sonia Boyce’s exhibition, Feeling Her Way, won the top prize at the Venice Biennale international art fair. As the sound, video and wallpaper installation arrives at the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate, Sonia tells Samira why she wanted to form her own girl band and help them to achieve imperfection through improvisation.Director Colm Bairéa…
 
Beethoven’s love life has long fascinated music scholars primarily because so little is known about it despite some tantalising clues. In his new book, Why Beethoven, music critic Norman Lebrecht, identifies the dedicatee of Beethoven’s well-loved melody Für Elise, while Jessica Duchen has written a novel, Immortal, which provides one answer to the…
 
Christian Craig is one of the sport of Supercross genuine success stories. From a highly touted amateur career that blossomed into an early professional career marred by serious injuries, Christian stepped away from the sport completely and resigned himself to an early retirement. That wasn't the end of the road though for Craig as he re-found his …
 
Film director Michael Horwitz chats about his latest film short 'Tzeva Adom: Color Red.' The film tells the story of 'Ronit,' a female solider serving in the Israeli Defense Forces, and Omar, a young Palestinian boy who gets caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. The film tells the story from both sides of the border and ultimately presents a…
 
Director Sarah Polley discusses her latest film, Women Talking, nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars. Based on the true story of the women in a remote Mennonite colony who discovered men had been attacking the women in their community, the film focuses on their debate about what to do next. Deep Fake Neighbour Wars, the new ITVX comedy which us…
 
Crafting, the technical definition, is to make or produce something with care, skill, or ingenuity. For many, the thought immediately goes to crocheting, knitting, sewing, or anything handmade. The act alone is thought of as something joyful and creative; depending on who you ask, it could actually be considered fun. But there is another side to cr…
 
bPOSSIBLE podcast with Dr Pedram Shojai. Health, wellness, and personal development media in a new steaming service that's designed to help you live your best life. Pedram Shojai is the Urban Monk. He is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, film maker, author, and Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in the co…
 
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by critics Karen Krizanovich and Michael Billington to review The Fabelmans and the 40th anniversary production of Noises Off. Steven Spielberg’s new film, The Fabelmans, is a portrait of the artist as a young man, chronicling the development of Sam Fabelman, a boy drawn irresistibly to film-making. He finds meaning, and ach…
 
John Akomfrah was announced today as the artist chosen to represent the UK at the next Venice Biennale - the world's biggest contemporary art exhibition. Known for his films and video installations exploring racial injustice, colonial legacies, migration and climate change, he discusses why watching a Tarkovsky film as a teenager opened his mind to…
 
Hi I am Steve Owens, and my guest is Stephen Snyder Emmy Winning Casting Director a major veteran of Hollywood. We talk about him casting over 1700 music videos. Also prep that Actors can take for auditions. Plus, Stephen is a Los Angeles Acting Coach what he teaches his students. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/school-of-hollywood/supp…
 
Dean Lucas is a World Cup Downhill MTB racer and a long time friend of Gypsy Tales. This is Deans 4th appearance on the podcast and this time he is joined with friend, and creative collaborator, Sam Purdie. Dean always has so much to talk about and lives about a free a life as anyone I know. He has recently made the move to the Gold Coast and is go…
 
3x Speedway World Champion Tai Woffinden makes his long awaited debut on the podcast! After not being able to return home for over two years due to the all the craziness Tai is home for a working holiday. He has done selected races around Aus and was able to call into the studio for a chat. Tai has had amazing run in Speedway during his career culm…
 
Jenna Coleman (Clara in Dr Who) and Aidan Turner (Poldark) are appearing in a new production of Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons at The Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End, before touring to Manchester and Brighton. Playwright Sam Steiner tells Samira Ahmed about his romantic comedy in which the characters are restricted to speaking just 1…
 
SX Companion is back for the 2023 AMA Supercross series. After an off weekend at Oakland due to the weather, we are back in sunny San Diego for Round 2. Eli Tomac is looking to defend his championship against last years runner up Jason Anderson, Chase Sexton, Cooper Webb, Kickstart Ken Roczen and more. We will also see Jett Lawrence try to kick his…
 
Cristina Rae from NBC's (America's Got Talent: All Stars); Dr. Chris Mohr (Nutrisystem ambassador) chats on how to achieve weight loss goals; Chris Woolsey (Crackle/Red Box) chats what's the latest films/tv shows from Crackle and Red Box.By Janice Malone
 
bPOSSIBLE podcast with Dr Pedram Shojai. Health, wellness, and personal development media in a new steaming service that's designed to help you live your best life. Pedram Shojai is the Urban Monk. He is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, film maker, author, and Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in the co…
 
bPOSSIBLE podcast with Dr Pedram Shojai. Health, wellness, and personal development media in a new steaming service that's designed to help you live your best life. Pedram Shojai is the Urban Monk. He is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, film maker, author, and Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in the co…
 
Samira Ahmed and guests Maria Delgado and Isabel Stevens review two of the week’s top cultural picks. They discuss a new exhibition of Spanish art, Spain and the Hispanic World, at the Royal Academy in London and Holy Spider, a film by Iranian director Ali Abbasi based on the true story of a serial killer in the holy city of Mashhad in 2001.Blind a…
 
A new exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield celebrates the relationship that two of the UK’s greatest sculptors, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, had with the Yorkshire landscape they grew up in. Eleanor Clayton, the curator of the exhibition, Magic in this Country, joins the landscape photographer Kate Kirkwood - who has just published a new book,…
 
Welcome to a special series of Art Pays Me interviews with the winners of the 2022 Creative Nova Scotia Awards. The awards are presented annually by Arts Nova Scotia and the Creative Nova Scotia Leadership Council. The goal is to celebrate excellence in artistic achievement – notably, the Portia White Prize. Winners of the Prix Grand Pré, the Estab…
 
Over the last three weeks Front Row has broadcast a poem by each of the 10 writers shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize for Poetry. The winner was announced last night: Anthony Joseph, for his collection Sonnets for Albert. Anthony talks to Samira Ahmed about his sequence of sonnets exploring his relationship with his often absent father, winning the…
 
When it comes to the action sports world, if you haven't specifically heard the name Steve Astephen, then you have 100% heard of at least 15 of his clients. I feel confident in saying that because he has represented some of the biggest names in the game. From Dave Mirra, Travis Pastrana, Ryan Sheckler to Ken Roczen there are almost too many to name…
 
For the last time this series Grace opens her door to another Comfort Eating guest, and to finish in style she welcomes James Norton into her home to discuss all things delicious. James is best known for his portrayal of the despicable Tommy Lee Royce in Happy Valley, and other star roles include Grantchester, Little Women, and War & Peace. However…
 
Nine-time Grammy winning record producer and Def Jam co-founder Rick Rubin has produced hits for artists including Run DMC, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Johnny Cash. He discusses drawing on his experience for his new book The Creative Act: A Way of Being.Theatre director Rebecca Frecknall discusses her new production of A Streetcar Named Desire and th…
 
Hi this Steve Owens the Host of School of Hollywood and my Guest for the episode is Gabriela Milla from TV Series Acapulco. It was great speaking with her about the process of getting the job, how she left the business and during covid started creating her own project. Plus, she has great advice for not sit around and wait for jobs. --- Support thi…
 
GUESTS: NY Times Best-Selling author and History Channel personality Brad Meltzer chats new book THE NAZI CONSPIRACY; Chris Woolsey chats about the latest and hottest movies/tv at Crackle.com; and award-winning British filmmaker/director Sally Potter chats her latest film short LOOK AT ME, starring Academy Award winner Javier Bardem and multi-Gramm…
 
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