This week's episode features World Premiere interviews with Keira Knightley, Alexander Skarsgård and director James Kent as they attend the red carpet of post war drama The Aftermath. And Ralph Fiennes talks to us at the UK Premiere of his film The White Crow, a film delicately detailing an excerpt into the life of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev up until his defection to the West.
Horror is a theme as we interview The Hole in the Ground director Lee Cronin and actress Seána Kerslake and as we report from FrightFest Glasgow, we reveal the festival highlights.
We review Horror film Lords of Chaos starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Jack Kilmer about Norwegian Black Metal in Oslo in the early 1990s.
And to lighten the mood we also discuss the Into Film awards and filmmaker Andy Serkis shares why getting kids Into Film is such a worthwhile cause.
Meet the Team!
Having we all come from various aspects of the film industry from filmmaking, film PR and film journalism Anthony Bueno, Claire Bueno, Keith Eyles and Ryan Holloway are primarily fans of film. Join us in the debate!
FightFest Glasgow 2019 Special Edition
The Hole in the Ground
The White Crow
The Aftermath Trailer
Set in post-World War II Hamburg, Testament of Youth director James Kent delivers a thought provoking film that provides a refreshing point of view on the destruction and devastation caused by war no matter what side you fight for. Adapted from the book by Rhidian Brook.
The Hole in the Ground trailer
The Hole in the Ground is the stunning feature debut from Director Lee Cronin who has crafted a hauntingly tense film that delivers scares aplenty but also gets so deep under the skin that it will stay with you long after the end credits roll and well into the night.
Lords of Chaos trailer
A teenager's quest to launch Norwegian Black Metal in Oslo in the early 1990s results in a very violent outcome.
The White Crow
Ralph Fiennes directs the exceptional The White Crow, a film delicately detailing an excerpt into the life of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, up until his defection to the West.