Film Buffs Forecast is Australia’s longest running film show. For 30 years it aired weekly on Melbourne public radio station 3RRR. Now it begins a new chapter.
Recorded weekly at Cinema 9 Studios at the Sun Theatre in downtown Yarraville, Paul Harris will bring you a collection of in-depth interviews, film reviews, insider gossip (c’mon, we know you love it) and lots of lame puns.
Previous guests have included Martin Scorsese, Melanie Griffith, Jane Campion, Jack Nicholson, Wim Wenders, Tom Cruise, Gillian Armstrong and Kevin Costner.
If you love film as much as Paul Harris then you NEED to subscribe to this podcast!
128 - John Wood
The pitfalls of working as a jobbing actor in Australia - he's seen them all
127 - The Year That Was and Looking Ahead To 2021
David Kilderry, Michael Smith and Kristian Connelly talk about exhibition and distribution upheavals.
126 - Remembering 3 British Screen Icons
Diana Rigg and blonde bombshells Diana Dors and Belinda Lee
125 - Mark Helfrich
Hollywood film editor talks Verhoeven, Ratner, Corman, Golan and Globus, Tony Scott and more!
124 - Adrian Tame
Adrian Tame - Once editor of Australia's most notorious tabloid talks about his career and a Hell's Angels documentary.
123 - Stephen Rebello - Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
He talks about his book on Valley Of The Dolls and much more including Miracle Mile in marathon conversation with Paul Harris
Miss you guys
Please come back to pod land x
Marvellous, literate and insightful
PLEASE COME BACK PAUL!
After years listening to Paul and his associates on RRR I only just discovered his podcast which is a fine continuation of the legacy of his radio show. Humorous, wry and made with a passion for the industry the material is broad, deep and insightful. Rivals exist elsewhere but rarely rise above pap. Paul takes the material seriously and treats it with gravitas.
I love this podcast
Missing your podcasts a lot Paul and wondering when you are coming back? Please do come back!! No other podcasts let us into the history of cinema and current cinema as yours does. I miss your in-depth interviews and chats with others who work in film and love all things film. So please come back!