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Hosted by Picturehouse’s Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast goes deep on the best of the week’s new releases, with a little help from some quality film critics, plenty of special guests, and you, the audience!

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Hosted by Picturehouse’s Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast goes deep on the best of the week’s new releases, with a little help from some quality film critics, plenty of special guests, and you, the audience!

    Nope, Bullet Train, The Feast, Where Is Anne Frank | Picturehouse

    Nope, Bullet Train, The Feast, Where Is Anne Frank | Picturehouse

    Hosted by Picturehouse’s very own Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast is proudly supported by Kia.

    The show discusses the best new releases, with a little help from some of our favourite film critics and the occasional special guest from the world of cinema. 

    This month we're joined by guest film critics Hannah Strong (Little White Lies) and Jake Cunningham (The Ghibliotheque) to talk about Ari Folman’s Where Is Anne Frank, Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt, original Welsh language horror The Feast and Jordan Peele’s much anticipated Nope. 

    If you'd like to send us a voice memo for use in a future episode, please email podcast@picturehouses.co.uk.

    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Spotify.

    Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @picturehouses. Find our latest cinema listings at picturehouses.com. 

    Produced by Stripped Media. Edited by Maddy Searle. Proudly supported by Kia.

    Listen to more from Sam Clements over at the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Festival Podcast. 

    Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. Vive La Cinema.

    • 38 min
    The Railway Children Return with Tom Courtenay and John Bradley | Picturehouse

    The Railway Children Return with Tom Courtenay and John Bradley | Picturehouse

    Host Felicity Beckett is joined by director Morgan Matthews, and co-stars Tom Courtenay and John Bradley, to discuss their new film, The Railway Children Return. In cinemas now. 

    1944 – As life in Britain’s cities becomes increasingly perilous, three evacuee children – Lily (Beau Gadsdon), Pattie (Eden Hamilton) and Ted (Zac Cudby) Watts – are sent by their mother from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth. There to meet them on the train station platform are Bobbie Waterbury (Jenny Agutter, reprising her iconic role in the original film), her daughter, Annie (Sheridan Smith), and grandson Thomas (Austin Haynes), and with their help the evacuees are soon settling into their new life in the countryside. When the children discover injured American soldier Abe (KJ Aikens) hiding out in the railyard at Oakworth Station, they are thrust into a dangerous quest to assist their new friend who, like them, is a long way from home.

    If you'd like to send us a voice memo for use in a future episode, please email podcast@picturehouses.co.uk.

    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Spotify.

    Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @picturehouses. Find our latest cinema listings at picturehouses.com. 

    Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. Vive La Cinema.

     

    • 37 min
    Fire Of Love, Thor: Love and Thunder, Hit The Road, Brian and Charles | Picturehouse

    Fire Of Love, Thor: Love and Thunder, Hit The Road, Brian and Charles | Picturehouse

    Hosted by Picturehouse’s very own Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast is proudly supported by Kia.

    The show goes deep on the best new releases, with a little help from some of our favourite film critics and the occasional special guest from the world of cinema. 

    This month we're joined by guest film critics Victoria Thomas and Amon Warmann to discuss Justin Kurzel’s Nitram, Sara Dosa’s Fire Of Love, Marvel Studios’ new film Thor: Love and Thunder, London Film Festival audience award winner Hit The Road and Brian and Charles, fresh from the Sundance Film Festival: London. 

    We’re also joined by Brian and Charles’ director Jim Archer to discuss his new film. 

    If you'd like to send us a voice memo for use in a future episode, please email podcast@picturehouses.co.uk.

    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Spotify.

    Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @picturehouses. Find our latest cinema listings at picturehouses.com. 

    Produced by Stripped Media. Edited by Maddy Searle. Proudly supported by Kia.

    Listen to more from Sam Clements over at the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Festival Podcast. 

    Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. Vive La Cinema.

    • 47 min
    Nitram with Justin Kurzel | Picturehouse

    Nitram with Justin Kurzel | Picturehouse

    The Love Of Cinema podcast is proudly supported by Kia.

    Picturehouse’s very own Issy MacLeod is joined by director Justin Kurzel (Macbeth, True History of the Kelly Gang) to discuss his latest film, Nitram, starring Caleb Landry-Jones, who gives an award-winning performance. 

    Nitram (Caleb Landry-Jones) lives with his mother (Judy Davis) and father (Anthony LaPaglia) in suburban Australia in the Mid 1990s. He lives a life of isolation and frustration at never being able to fit in. That is until he unexpectedly finds a close friend in a reclusive heiress, Helen (Essie Davis).

    However when that friendship meets its tragic end, and Nitram’s loneliness and anger grow, he begins a slow descent that leads to disaster.

    From acclaimed director Justin Kurzel, and featuring outstanding performances from the entire cast, this is a truly unmissable piece of cinema.

    • 17 min
    Elvis with Baz Luhrmann | Picturehouse

    Elvis with Baz Luhrmann | Picturehouse

    The Love Of Cinema podcast is proudly supported by Kia.

    Picturehouse’s very own Felicity Beckett is joined by director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet) to discuss his latest film, Elvis, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. 

    Who was Elvis Presley? Look through the dazzling lens of Oscar-nominated filmmaker Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!, The Great Gatsby) and discover the man behind the music – and the man behind the man. 

    The film delves into the complex relationship between Elvis (Austin Butler, in a star-making performance) and his enigmatic, Svengali-like manager Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks) over the course of 20 years, charting Presley’s meteoric rise to fame, the loves and losses he endures along the way, and the American music culture he helped transform.

    • 18 min
    Good Luck To You, Leo Grande with Sophie Hyde | Picturehouse

    Good Luck To You, Leo Grande with Sophie Hyde | Picturehouse

    Hosted by Picturehouse’s very own Sam Clements, The Love Of Cinema podcast is proudly supported by Kia.


    Sam is joined by director Sophie Hyde (Animals) to discuss her latest film, Good Luck To You, Leo Grande. 

    Nancy Stokes (Emma Thompson), a retired schoolteacher and widow, is yearning for some adventure, some human connection, and some sex. Good sex. Whilst her husband Robert provided a home, a family, and something resembling a life, good sex was never on offer. But he’s gone now, and Nancy has a plan: she will find adventure with a sex worker named Leo Grande (Daryl McCormack). In an anonymous hotel room Nancy greets Leo. He looks every bit as good as his picture, but what Nancy wasn’t expecting was conversation as well as fornication. Leo has a view on everything, and though he may not always tell the truth, Nancy finds she likes him. And he likes her. With growing sexual confidence, Nancy starts to relax. Over the course of three rendezvous, the power dynamics shift and their well-worn masks begin to slip.

    • 30 min

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