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This is Nothing Concrete, the Barbican podcast - here to inspire more people to discover and love the arts with weekly episodes of archive finds and themed series exploring music, cinema, visual art, theatre, architecture and everything in between. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a Q&A from the 50th New Directors/New Films with Andreas Fontana on his feature debut, Azor.Swiss director Andreas Fontana brings an astonishingly assured eye to this gripping debut feature set in the cloistered world of high finance in Argentina in the 1970s. With a finely tuned sens…
 
This week, we have a special guest episode from the Autism Through Cinema podcast. David Hartley, Georgia Bradburn, John-James Laidlow, and Ethan Lyon look back on the films they’ve featured so far and discuss everything from autistic characters on screen to how filmmakers can make film sets more inclusive to whether there’s an autistic aesthetic f…
 
This week, Ben Eshmade takes us back in our cinema archive to revisit 2014 when we clambered on to a branch to reflect on existence, with the unique cinematic voice of director Roy Andersson in the black comedy-drama, 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence'. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a Q&A from the 50th New Directors/New Films with Jessica Beshir on her hypnotic documentary feature, Faya Dayi. In Faya Dayi, Beshir returns to her hometown of Harar and explores the coexistence of everyday life and its mythical undercurrents in the city, its rural Oromo community of …
 
We look back to February 2016 to spend some time the company of the prestigious Jazz at Lincoln Centre Orchestra during the fourth year of their international associate residency when they performed the music of Wayne Shorter, George Gershwin and hosted an evening celebrating the next generation of jazz. From the Archive sees us dig into our extens…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we’re featuring a Q&A on Liesl Tommy’s Respect with screenwriter Tracey Scott Wilson, moderated by Emil Wilbekin, former editor of Vibe, Essence and founder of Native Son, a platform created to inspire and empower Black Gay Men.Following the rise of Aretha Franklin’s career from a child singing in he…
 
We're back in July 2016 to revist Possibly Colliding, a weekend curated by composer and pianist, Nils Frahm. In this special hour-long episode, you'll hear from a selection of those orbiting artists in the field of music, art and film who appeared in this unique weekend at the Barbican. Featuring interviews with AMBIQ, Nik Bartsch, Arthur Jeffes, L…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a conversation from the 58th New York Film Festival with filmmakers Matías Piñeiro and Nicolás Pereda. In Matías Piñeiro’s Isabella and Nicolás Pereda’s Fauna, one never knows where performance ends and life begins. The two films meditate in poignant ways on storytelling as both an ar…
 
This week, Ben Eshmade digs another episode from his archive, remembering 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. Taking inspiration from a poem by Sun Ra – ex-Sonic Youth musician and singer Thurston Moore brought together himself and eleve…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring an incredibly special conversation from the opening weekend of Annette. Director Leos Carax sat down with Film Comment’s Co-Deputy Editor Devika Girish, to discuss the making of his much-anticipated follow-up to 2012’s Holy Motors.A years-spanning musical melodrama drenched in greens …
 
On this week’s archive edition, 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... From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussion…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a talk from the 58th New York Film Festival with Tsai Ming-liang, the director of Days, moderated by NYFF Director of Programming Dennis Lim and interpreted by Vincent Cheng.The great Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang has been directing exquisite examinations of alienation, isolatio…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special talk with the legendary filmmaker, Madeline Anderson. Cited as the first Black woman to direct a televised documentary film, Anderson’s work shines a light on the workers and activists in the civil rights movement.Originally recorded in 2015, following a screening of I Am So…
 
We look back to May 2015 and our celebration of the New York based record label, Nonesuch. We meet president Bob Hurwitz and Nonesuch artists Timo Andres and Rhiannon Giddens for a look at the history of this unique label. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover in…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're featuring a special Q&A on Ailey, an affectionate portrait of the world-renowned dancer and choreographer, Alvin Ailey, with director Jamila Wignot, and producer Lauren DeFilippo. The two filmmakers discussed the new film with Liz Wolff, Co-Curator of the Dance on Camera Festival, following our…
 
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. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as w…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring two Q&As with filmmakers whose debut features are arriving this month. Our first Q&A is with director Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson discussing his first film, Summer of Soul, with NYFF Director Eugene Hernandez, presented after our outdoor screening at Lincoln Center’s Restart Stages. Th…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re revisiting a directors dialogue from the 55th New York Film Festival with Hong Sangsoo in anticipation of the filmmaker’s latest feature, The Woman Who Ran, opening in our theaters. Moderated by Dennis Lim, Director of Programming for Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Film Festival.Divide…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special roundtable from the 58th New York Film Festival on a pair of intimate, rarely seen portraits of two towering figures of American history: Terrence Dixon’s Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris and William Klein’s Muhammad Ali, the Greatest.In capturing the tensions experie…
 
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. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special discussion from the 58th New York Film Festival about filmmakers around the world breaking boundaries and inventing new international canons. Featuring directors Dea Kulumbegashvili (Beginning), Chaitanya Tamhane (The Disciple), Philippe Lacôte (Night of the Kings), and membe…
 
This week, Ben Eshmade heads to the scuzzy streets and broken dreams of 80s New York City with director Susan Seidelman as we look back at 2017's The Grime and the Glamour film season, featuring Seidelman's debut film Smithereens and Desperately Seeking Susan. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cine…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we’re featuring a special conversation on Summer of 85 from Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2021 as it begins its theatrical release in our theaters Join director François Ozon, stars Benjamin Voisin and Félix Lefebvre, and FLC’s programming assistant Maddie Whittle in a discussion about the making of…
 
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 From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions wit…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re presenting a conversation with Steve McQueen, the director of Small Axe, and Dennis Lim, Director of Programming for Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Film Festival.Among the most remarkable achievements in recent world cinema, Steve McQueen’s anthology Small Axe consists of five films th…
 
In this week’s archive edition, Ben Eshmade revisits a conversation between acclaimed cartoonist and author Art Spiegel and jazz composer Philip Johnston where they explore the place where music meets art, where the comic book comes alive, and where wordless art finds a voice. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classic…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re presenting a special conversation with Damiano & Fabio D’Innocenzo, the directors of Bad Tales, an Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2021 selection, moderated by FLC’s Assistant Programmer Dan Sullivan and translated by Michael Moore.Bad Tales is an absorbing, richly traced group portrait of youth …
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re revisiting our conversation with Jia Zhangke from the 58th New York Film Festival, moderated by NYFF programmer K. Austin Collins, in anticipation of the filmmaker’s latest feature, Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue, which is now playing in our theaters.The preeminent cinematic chronicler of…
 
On this week’s podcast edition, we spend some quality time in the company of legendary French film director Claire Denis. Since her film debut Chocolat in 1988 she has been inspired by her upbringing in West Africa and France, inspired by long-term collaborators on and off camera and managed herself to inspire to inspire other filmmakers, in the pr…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a conversation from the 49th New Directors/New Films with The Killing of Two Lovers director Robert Machoian and star Clayne Crawford.After a startling opening image of extreme tension, first-time solo director Robert Machoian’s stark, slow-burn drama never quite goes where you expect.…
 
In this week's archive edition we find ourselves back in the home and in conversation with folk singing legend Shirley Collins. This is her story: how she went from collecting voices to finding, losing, and eventually discovering her own again. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archi…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a special Q&A from the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films. Founding ND/NF programmer and current FLC board member Wendy Keys sat down for an extended conversation with Sara Driver about her acclaimed first feature, Sleepwalk, a selection from the 16th ND/NF in 1987. The two also …
 
This week, we look back to May 2014 and the second of two podcasts episodes which attempt to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle, with a rare interview with the composer himself and the many musicians who surround him. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation from the 50th edition of New Directors/New Films, with Theo Anthony the director of All Light, Everywhere, this year's closing night selection, and FLC’s assistant programmer Tyler Wilson.Theo Anthony’s breakthrough sophomore feature uses the increased regularity…
 
This week we look back with a series of two episodes that attempting to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle in his 80th year in 2014. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our l…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation between recent Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung and FLC’s Director of Programming Dennis Lim.Introduced to a wide American audience just last year as a strong-willed grandmother in Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, Youn Yuh-jung has been a celebrated screen performer in her na…
 
On this week's edition we step into a deep and complex digital universe: we take down from our archive shelf a conversation with composer Jessica Curry. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we’re featuring a special conversation with the cast and crew of French Exit, the closing night selection at the 58th New York Film Festival. Director Azazel Jacobs, writer Patrick deWitt, and actors Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges joined NYFF Director of Programming Dennis Lim to discuss the maki…
 
In this week’s archive edition we travel back quite a way in our archive, in this case to the 19th Century and meet the manipulative Lady Susan played by Kate Beckinsale in Whit Stillman’s film Love & Friendship. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews a…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a preview in anticipation of the 50th-anniversary edition of New Directors/New Films, a festival that has celebrated filmmakers who represent the present and anticipate the future of cinema, taking place virtually and in theaters from April 28 to May 8. In celebration of this year’s m…
 
In this week’s archive edition we return to the cinema and find ourselves trapped in the claustrophobic Oscar winning drama Room… From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Esh…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, we’re featuring a special conversation between Cinema Tropical’s Co-founder and Executive Director, Carlos A. Gutiérrez, and Argentine director Martín Rejtman. A key figure of contemporary Argentine cinema, Rejtman discussed his filmography and the landmark deadpan comedy, Silvia Prieto.Silvia Prieto…
 
This week we return to our archive and a conversation with the late conductor Mariss Jansons, who sadly passed away in December 2019. He spoke to us in April 2014 when he was Chief Conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, who were celebrating their 125th anniversary year. Jansons talked to us about what makes each performance unique. From th…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast we’re featuring a special discussion with Lost Course director Jill Li and producer Peter Yam, moderated by Film at Lincoln Center’s Assistant Programmer Tyler Wilson.Nearly 10 years in the making, Jill Li’s revelatory debut film—a documentary about the struggle against corruption in South China—follo…
 
On this week's archive edition we explore the influence and legacy of artist, poet and musician Jean Michel Basquiat. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. Subscr…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation between filmmakers Thomas Vinterberg and James Gray on Another Round, which was recently nominated for two Academy Awards.In the film, four friends, all teachers at various stages of middle age, are stuck in a rut. Unable to share their passions either at school …
 
In this week’s archive edition we find ourselves in 2015 and face to face with a force of nature, a champion of the new, a man who stood up for his beliefs; he could even get a new concert halls built – Pierre Boulez. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover intervi…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a special conversation from the 58th New York Film Festival featuring Ephraim Asili and Garrett Bradley. Garrett Bradley’s Time, a Main Slate selection, and Ephraim Asili’s The Inheritance, the Opening Night film of the Currents program, were two of NYFF58’s most formally inventive and…
 
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