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Glasgow 2021 Special on EH-FM: Limbo, Minari, City Hall, Apples and interview with Paul Sng Cinetopia Radio

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In this special edition of the show, previewing Glasgow Film Festival 2021, Cinetopia founder Amanda Rogers is joined by co-producer Jim Ross (TAKEONECinema.net Managing Editor) and show regulars and freelance critics Marc Nelson and Steph Brown. Together they review four films screening at the festival: Ben Sharrock's Limbo, the story of a Syrian refugee on a remote Scottish island; Apples, Christos Nikou's absurdist tale of memory loss and identity; Minari, Lee Isaac Chung's family portrait of Korean-Americans settling in 1980s Arkansas; and City Hall, the legendary Frederick Wiseman's observational documentary of local government in Boston. Amanda also spoke to Paul Sng, co-director of documentary Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché, which world premieres at the festival.

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06:58 - Limbo (Dir: Ben Sharrock)

22:43 - Minari (Dir: Lee Isaac Chung)

42:37 - Apples (Dir: Christos Nikou)

58:28 - City Hall (Dir: Frederick Wiseman)

1:19:38 - Interview with Paul Sng, co-director of Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché

1:33:26 - Other films playing at GFF 2021

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Links to buy tickets for all the films we've spoken about, available for 72 hours after the start time listed:

Minari - Feb 24, 19:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/minari-n-c-15/

Apples - Feb 28, 18:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/apples-n-c-12/

Limbo - Mar 3, 20:30 -  https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/limbo-n-c-15/

City Hall - Mar 5, 13:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/city-hall-n-c-12/

Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché - Feb 27, 15:30 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/poly-styrene-i-am-a-cliche-n-c-12/

In this special edition of the show, previewing Glasgow Film Festival 2021, Cinetopia founder Amanda Rogers is joined by co-producer Jim Ross (TAKEONECinema.net Managing Editor) and show regulars and freelance critics Marc Nelson and Steph Brown. Together they review four films screening at the festival: Ben Sharrock's Limbo, the story of a Syrian refugee on a remote Scottish island; Apples, Christos Nikou's absurdist tale of memory loss and identity; Minari, Lee Isaac Chung's family portrait of Korean-Americans settling in 1980s Arkansas; and City Hall, the legendary Frederick Wiseman's observational documentary of local government in Boston. Amanda also spoke to Paul Sng, co-director of documentary Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché, which world premieres at the festival.

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06:58 - Limbo (Dir: Ben Sharrock)

22:43 - Minari (Dir: Lee Isaac Chung)

42:37 - Apples (Dir: Christos Nikou)

58:28 - City Hall (Dir: Frederick Wiseman)

1:19:38 - Interview with Paul Sng, co-director of Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché

1:33:26 - Other films playing at GFF 2021

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Links to buy tickets for all the films we've spoken about, available for 72 hours after the start time listed:

Minari - Feb 24, 19:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/minari-n-c-15/

Apples - Feb 28, 18:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/apples-n-c-12/

Limbo - Mar 3, 20:30 -  https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/limbo-n-c-15/

City Hall - Mar 5, 13:00 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/city-hall-n-c-12/

Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché - Feb 27, 15:30 - https://athome.glasgowfilm.org/film/poly-styrene-i-am-a-cliche-n-c-12/

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