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The Cinema For All podcast is a celebration of going to the cinema, film discovery and stories about the people across the UK putting on incredible film screenings. Hosted by Jaq Chell and Abi Standish of the national charity Cinema For All.

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    • 5.0 • 26 Ratings

The Cinema For All podcast is a celebration of going to the cinema, film discovery and stories about the people across the UK putting on incredible film screenings. Hosted by Jaq Chell and Abi Standish of the national charity Cinema For All.

    In A World... A Behind The Scenes Look at Movie Trailers

    In A World... A Behind The Scenes Look at Movie Trailers

    The Cinema For All Podcast continues season 4 with a behind-the-scenes look at movie trailers! Film trailer expert Professor Keith M Johnson tells us about the history of film trailers, while Andrew Tighe from Intermission Film talks about what goes into making one! Abi and Jaq also catch up about what they've been watching including The Suicide Squad, Zola, Girlfriends and Buladó.
    The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
    HOSTS: Jaq Chell and Abi StandishGUESTS: Professor Keith M Johnston, Andrew TighePRODUCER: Jay Platt
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk (http://www.cinemaforall.org.uk/) or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpod.

    • 54 min
    Fourth Season, First Cow

    Fourth Season, First Cow

    Welcome back for Season 4 of the Cinema For All Podcast – a celebration of going to the cinema.
    Today we kick off with a very special interview with John Magaro (The Big Short, Carol), star of the upcoming Kelly Reichart film First Cow. John talks to us about working with Kelly, male friendships on the big screen and his excitement for getting back to the cinema.
    Abi and Jaq also share what they’ve been watching at home over the past month, including Billy Liar, Personal Shopper, Mermaids and Nomadland, as well as a more in depth chat about friendship on screen.
    The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
    HOSTS: Jaq Chell and Abi StandishGUEST: John MagaroPRODUCER: Jay Platt
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk (http://www.cinemaforall.org.uk/) or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpodhttps://cinemaforall.org.uk/donate/ (https://cinemaforall.org.uk/donate/) (

    • 43 min
    Producing Jamie, With Cat Marshall

    Producing Jamie, With Cat Marshall

    Today’s episode features an interview with Producer extraordinaire Cat Marshall, who has worked on such incredible films as ’71, Yardie, and the upcoming musical extravaganza Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, as well as TV series such as this is England ’90 and The Virtues. Cat shares with us what it’s like to be a female producer, the producers she looks up to and what it was like to create Everybody’s Talking About Jamie here in Sheffield.Also, after a long break from chatting about film together, Abi and Jaq share what they’ve been watching at home over the last few months, including Thief, The Thomas Crown Affair, Demolition Man, Minding the Gap, Moxie, Grease 2 and what Abi has been watching online at BFI Flare.The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
    HOSTS: Jaq Chell and Abi StandishGUEST: Cat Marshall PRODUCER: Jay Platt
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk (http://www.cinemaforall.org.uk/) or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpod
    https://cinemaforall.org.uk/donate/ (https://cinemaforall.org.uk/donate/)

    • 52 min
    S.O.U.L. Fest Takeover

    S.O.U.L. Fest Takeover

    We have a special episode for you today with a takeover from our friends at S.O.U.L Fest. S.O.U.L. Fest (Screening Our Unseen Lives) is a month long celebration of Black British talent in film, showcasing new work by Black British film creatives - allowing opportunities to see a diverse representation of Black Britain. The festival is the result of a collaboration between four organisations who serve Black audiences and talent: The British Blacklist, The New Black Film Collective, We Are Parable and S.O.U.L Film. We are so excited to hand the microphone over to hear all about their how they navigated 2020, and their amazing plans for reaching audiences. Many, many thanks to our wonderful friend Priscilla Igwe for organising this take over, and to Nuru Rimington-Mkali for their production work on the S.O.U.L Fest segment, as well as everyone involved in this takeover episode.
    The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
    HOSTS: Jaq Chell and Abi StandishTAKE-OVER SEGMENT: Priscilla Igwe and S.O.U.L FestPRODUCERS: Nuru Rimington-Mkali for S.O.U.L Fest and Jay Platt for Cinema For All
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk (http://www.cinemaforall.org.uk/) or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpod
    https://www.soulfilmfest.co.uk/ (https://www.soulfilmfest.co.uk/)http://thebritishblacklist.co.uk/ (http://thebritishblacklist.co.uk/)http://www.weareparable.com/ (http://www.weareparable.com/)http://www.tnbfc.co.uk/ (http://www.tnbfc.co.uk/) https://www.soulfilm.co.uk/ (https://www.soulfilm.co.uk/)

    • 21 min
    Minisode - Farewell Amor with Ekwa Msangi

    Minisode - Farewell Amor with Ekwa Msangi

    We're back with another minisode! This time, Abi got to talk to writer and director Ekwa Msangi all about her beautiful debut feature Farewell Amor, the story of a family from Angola reuniting in New York. They also chatted about what inspired her to become a filmmaker, and the unique perspective she brings to the film.
    Farewell Amor is available to watch on MUBI (https://mubi.com/films/farewell-amor).
    The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery. 
    HOST: Abi Standish
    GUEST: Ekwa Msangi
    PRODUCER: Jay Platt
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpod
    Thanks to Organic Publicity for arranging this interview.

    Minisode - Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project with Matt Wolf

    Minisode - Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project with Matt Wolf

    The Cinema For All Podcast is back with another minisode! This time, Abi chats with director Matt Wolf (Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell) about his new film Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project. Marion Stokes was an activist, who between the years of 1975 and 2012, recorded thousands of hours of television, creating a unique archive which has now been digitised.
    Watch Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project and choose to support Cinema For All by following the instructions here (https://cinemaforall.org.uk/recorder-the-marion-strokes-project/).
    The Cinema For All podcast is proud to be supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.
    HOSTS: Jaq Chell and Abi Standish
    GUEST: Matt Wolf
    PRODUCER: Jay Platt
    Thanks for listening! Please subscribe and rate and review our podcast – it really helps other listeners find us! For more on Cinema For All head to www.cinemaforall.org.uk or follow us on Twitter/ Instagram on @cinemaforallpod

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

EddieFelson ,

Hope this becomes a long running podcast

Lovely stuff. The longer it runs the more of a great resource it will become.

MarkyB83 ,

Fantastic!

Fantastic podcast with great informal chat from two fun, well-informed hosts who clearly love their jobs and the act of going to the cinema itself - highly recommended!

Fruitplucker ,

Infectious

Errrr...when Francine Stock left The Film Programme why didn’t the BBC give this dynamic duo a call to take over?

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