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The Reel FEEdBack Podcast
58 minutes | 3 days ago
Luke Bryant - Cinematographer (The Reckoning, Drifters)
The Award-winning cinematographer talks about cold night shoots in South Korea with Tilda Swinton, his first big TV gig on sitcom Drifters, how he lit actors Andrew Scott and Ciaran Hinds for short film The Hope Rooms, his admiration for Roger Deakins and Greig Fraser and working with director Neil Marshall. He also chats about training in New York. recreating that infamous Sex Pistols TV appearance and working on Black Mirror. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | 17 days ago
Matthew Holness - Actor/ Writer/ Director (Possum, Garth Marenghi)
Emerging from his comedy origins with a Perrier Award, scene-stealing cameo in The Office and the cult-classic series Garth Marenghi's Darkplace under his belt, Matthew then disappeared off the radar. Or did he? From broccoli women, Hammer horror and going deep with Garth to working with John Hurt, his writing and directing process, Matthew reveals all about his career so far, and his transistion into directing with three incredible short films and his critically-acclaimed, psychological horror feature, Possum. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | a month ago
Rich Fulcher - Comedian/ Actor (The Mighty Boosh)
As wonderfully off-the-wall as you would hope, Rich Fulcher talks The Mighty Boosh, working with Larry David on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Jim Carrey on Kidding, early improv days, stand up, being a judge for Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver in Marriage Story, Snuff Box and voiceover characters for Rick and Morty and Disenchartment. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
56 minutes | a month ago
Rachel Zeffira - Singer/Composer (Cat's Eyes)
Canadian-born Rachel is a woman of many talents. Her background musically was classical for many years until meeting Faris Badwan from The Horrors and Cat's Eyes were born. She talks about writing and recording their albums, including the award-winning soundtrack to film Duke of Burgundy, being a teacher in rough schools, playing dead to escape a bear, 'breaking into' Buckingham Palace and the Vatican to play Cat's Eyes songs, being accidentally deported and avoiding an embarrassing incident with Sir Michael Caine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
James Strong – Director (Broadchurch/ Doctor Who)
The BAFTA-winning director talks about his process on a stack of globally renowned television shows. He details his approach to emotional scenes with Olivia Colman and David Tennant in Broadchurch, recreating the Kennedy assassination for Stephen King's 11.22.63 with James Franco, helming episodes of Downton Abbey and Doctor Who, and upcoming nuclear submarine thriller Vigil for BBC and HBO.
39 minutes | 2 months ago
Katherine Parkinson – Actor (The IT Crowd, Doc Martin)
The BAFTA-winning actress talks about her path into television and film via the theatre stage. She chats Doc Martin, The IT Crowd, the comradery with actors like Philip Seymour Hoffman and Bill Nighy on Richard Curtis's Pirate Radio, as well her role in The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society, pivotal scenes with Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock and recent BBC lockdown comedy Pandemonium.
30 minutes | 3 months ago
Rob Savage – Director (Host/untitled Blumhouse film)
The horror-hit of 2020 was undoubtedly Zoom terrorfest Host. It's director Rob Savage talks in detail about just how you go about creating a scare smash in lockdown and details certain filming and editing woes and triumphs. He also chats about his incredible, award-winning short films and his upcoming debut for Blumhouse Productions.
59 minutes | 4 months ago
Faris Badwan – Singer (The Horrors)
The Horrors' frontman talks about the origin of the band, his painting and drawing, reacting to aggresive crowds, the evolution of the bands' sound, creating the soundtrack for the film Duke of Burgundy, working with producers Geoff Barrow and Paul Epworth, and his near collaboration with Alex Turner.
46 minutes | 4 months ago
Clarisse Loughrey – Film Critic (The Independent/Kermode & Mayo)
Chief Film Critic at the Independent and substitute for Mark Kermode on his BBC podcast with Simon Mayo, Clarisse knows her movies. She talks about how she got into the industry, how she got the Kermode job and behind-the-scenes on recording day, her view on the pandemic's effect on cinema and her love for Star Wars, Nicolas Windig Refn and Taika Waititi.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
Charlie Steen – Singer (Shame)
Frontman of South London Shame one of, to quote NME, 'the country's best bands', Charlie talks about their inception in a Brixton pub, recording their debut at the infamous Rockfield Studios, what it's like being on Jools Holland, his past insecurities that feed his onstage persona and his many vocal styles and how he records them. Plus, details on the (at the time unreleased) second album, 'Drunk Tank Pink'.
51 minutes | 4 months ago
Oli Lansley – Screenwriter (Flack, Whites)
The pen was forced into Oli's hand when he acquired a theatre space and had no play to put on and no writer to create one. From there his passion and skill for writing grew, and his IMDB list now features Alan Davis sitcom Whites which he co-wrote with Peep Show's Matt King, and the excellent Anna Paquin show Flack, which he created, wrote, produced, and for one episode, directed. The ups and downs of screenwriting are all laid out here.
62 minutes | 5 months ago
Skin – Singer (Skunk Anansie)
Brixton-raised Skin tells her tale of going from a vulnerable young woman to the fiery, no-nonsense front woman of rock band Skunk Anansie. She details how the band got signed, her process writing songs, and offers anecdotes galore including, sitting with Pavarotti in his kitchen as he cooks; a bad experience with Michael Jackson at Nelson Mandela's 80th birthday party that she couldn't put in her autobiography; the full run-down on the band's Glastonbury headline slot and the criticisms that came with the news of them playing.
76 minutes | 5 months ago
Billy Lunn – Singer (The Subways)
The Hertfordshire-born frontman delves into his career for a mammoth insight into his process. From first hearing personal game changer Smells Like Teen Spirit to being manhandled by Dave Grohl, Billy's conversational style is focused, impassioned and peppered with a great sense of humour. He also talks recording in L.A with Butch Vig, the Covid effect on venues and the industry, his brother's recent departure from the band and the upcoming album.
47 minutes | 5 months ago
Rakel Mjöll – Singer (Dream Wife)
The vocalist talks about her path from training in opera and jazz to fronting the melodic pop-pink noise machine that released their second album in July 2020 as a signed act. From being a Covid lab rat to breaking down the meaning behind some of Dream Wife's best-known songs, Rakel is funny, self-assured and insightful in conversation.
56 minutes | 5 months ago
Paul Smith – Singer (Maximo Park)
The Maximo Park frontman delves into his background in music and talks about how he got the job. He reveals how the band were signed, working with famous producers such as Paul Epworth and Gil Norton, and the new single and forthcoming album Nature Always Wins, which was recorded during lockdown in a unique way that had Paul acting outside of his comfort zone.
61 minutes | 6 months ago
Andy Nyman – Actor/Director/Writer (Ghost Stories, Judy)
Seeing Richard Dreyfuss in Jaws was the eureka moment for Andy that put him on the path to where he is today. He talks about the privilege of being in showbusiness and how collaboration is necessary in creativity. He also talks about the creation of Ghost Stories and making the film, working with Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger in a pivotal scene in Judy, bin defecation in Charlie Brooker's Dead Set (WARNING - Spoilers towards the end regarding his character) and walking through the eye-popping set on the upcoming Dwayne Johnson blockbuster, Jungle Cruise.
50 minutes | 6 months ago
Chris Hewitt – Film Critic (Empire Magazine)
Since 2001, Chris Hewitt has written for arguably the world's best-known movie mag, Empire. He talks about his journey from a small Irish town to the London office of the great mag via a very 'ambitious' job application. Since then he has hosted their celeb-drenched award show and, since 2011, their podcast, as well as been critic on Lauren Laverne's BBC6 Music show and various TV appearances such as Film 2017. He talks about these, Evil Dead 2, film set visits and his love for R.E.M.
48 minutes | 7 months ago
Grian Chatten – Singer (Fontaines D.C)
Frontman Grian Chatten talks about the pressure of the first two years as a signed band, his early love of bands like Pixies and Kings of Leon, how the band recorded their sophomore effort A Hero's Death and how it feels to have not played them to a live crowd yet. Articulate and honest, Grian details how he writes songs once they comes to him, and the damage an American tour did to the band.
51 minutes | 7 months ago
Ben Schwartz -Actor/Comedian (Parks & Recreation, Middleditch & Schwartz, Sonic the Hedgehog, Space Force)
Ben Schwartz's credits are huge and diverse, and on this first of two Reel Feedback new season episodes, he talks about his career as actor, writer and voice artist as well as the workings of improv comedy and how he turned a one paragraph appearance as Jean Ralphio into a returning, beloved character.
27 minutes | 7 months ago
New Season Preview
Actor Ben Schwartz, Fontaines D.C front man Grian Chatten, actor Andy Nyman and Empire magazine and podcast host Chris Hewitt are four of the upcoming guests on the brand new season from Friday 23rd October. For now though, a taster, an amuse-bouche if you will, to whet the appetite ahead of the full episode releases. From Sonic the Hedgehog to Charlie Brooker's zombies, film set visits and rock'n'roll tales in America, this preview episode is made especially for your ears.
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