Our hosts Paul Booth and Kai Lovell discuss everything from the latest films and television series to what’s playing on the film festival circuit. They review the newest and best, the quirky and artistic, things you’ve heard of, and hidden gems you’ll want to see. They also interview the filmmakers themselves - just wait until you listen to the unique and fun interviews with directors, cinematographers, crew members, actors and everyone else who helps make movie magic happen! You’ll want to listen to these eye opening deep dive discussions. This is not your ordinary film review podcast.
San Diego International Film Festival - Film Reviews
Our host Paul goes to the San Diego International Film Festival to watch this years films and what experience it was. From the short "How to a void a sappy goodbye to the documentary films "Passing on wisdom", and "The yin & yang of Gerry Lopez". Then on to the features films with "The Wind & The Reckoning" a Hawaiian film and to round it all off a review of the closing gala film "Empire Of Light" a film by Sam Mendes.
Review: Find Her
Paul reviews Find Her a movie about when ex-cop Isaiah Slade arrives in a small town searching for answers to a murdered ranch owner and his missing daughter, it slowly becomes clear he has his own personal agenda to finding the truth.
Interview with Director Skye Borgman
Host Paul Booth and Director Skye Borgman discuss her latest Netflix hit Sins of Our Mother. This three part series takes a dynamic look at a very scary and true tale..
Skye brings us a refreshing chat about filmmaking, storytelling, journalism and the deep-dive of telling a true story. Skye breaks down, how Crime films are not just "Crime" stories.
Interview with Nik Fackler
Host Paul Booth and award-winning writer/director Nik Fackler dive into all aspects of his new films HIDDEN PLACES. These films fall under Experimental, if you chose a genre, but Nik brings to light that filmmaking is an experiment.
Nik lends insight to discussing music, cinematography, editing and more. A director who has made features as well, Nick has a wide range of conversation topics.
Join us for a discussion about all things Cinema.
A review of Almost Famous
Paul takes a trip back in time to review this 2001 classic Almost Famous, written and directed by Cameron Crowe, Starring Billy Crudup, Patrick Fugit and Kate Hudson along many more amazing actors. This being one of Paul's favourite movies, he does have a lot but this must be close it to number one for him. It hit all the right notes, with a stellar cast and one amazing soundtrack.
Back to the Drive-in - Review
Paul reviews April Wrights new documentary "Back to the Drive-in" this is a must see film if you love film and drive-ins