Welcome to a new series of monthly podcast shorts – Phil’s Look At The Movies Friend of the show Phil Foster (aka Phil The Bear) will be talking to us about aspects of the movies which interest him. For our inaugural episode, we chat with Phil about the films he is most looking forward to […]
For our mid month show we interview the very knowledgeable Philip Raby – the creative director of the Bath Film Festival. We introduce a new contributor, Elijah, who joins us with a new feature called “Rediscovering the Classics with Elijah”. For our first talk, the focus is on Bladerunner, a film that’s viewed very differently […]
Writer / Director Phil Stubbs (Last Chancers) joins us again, to talk about another of his favourite directors, Stanley Kubrick. From ‘Paths of Glory’ to ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ and everything in between.
This month Jeff manages to miss one of the three films reviewed (slacker), and we travel to London to meet Lucy.
The 2019 Stroud Film Festival starts on the 9th March and to discuss the programme for this year we sat down with Andy Freedman who is a Co. Director of the Festival to talk about the films, venues, competitions, events and workshops that make this festival such a unique experience. Please be aware there is a brief spoiler in this show relating to Star Wars: The Empire Strikes back.
The At the Flicks team visited the set of BBC TV show, Shakespeare & Hathaway to interview location manager, Midge Ferguson. His Work includes; Merlin, Atlantis, The Man From UNCLE and King Arthur : Legend Of The Sword.
Welcome to a new pod short monthly series – director on director. For this first edition we talk to Phil about director Peter Jackson.
We start the New Year looking forward to the Movies that we hope will delight us, even though Jeff gets one wrong!
Three friends of the Podcast; Katie, Steve and Nick, tell us what they have been watching this month.
In this Podcast Short, Jeff leads the team in a discussion of how films in the UK came to be regulated by the BBFC. We discuss the advisory nature of the certification and the gulf between certificates in the UK and US.