Yup, it’s the ubiquitously tardy Electric Sheep Magazine & Resonance FM‘s latest Art House cinema podcast featuring reviews of films released last autumn at ‘Art House’ cinemas in London… This show is presented by Alex Fitch with contributions from Virginie SÃ©lavy (editor of Electric Sheep Magazine) , comedienne Jessica Fostekew and beloved Resonance FM engineer (and electronic musician) Robin Warren…
Featuring reviews of Jesus Camp, KM31 / Kilometro treinta y uno, Southland Tales, The Saragossa Manuscript, The Kite Runner, Paranoid Park, 4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days, Dan in real life, No country for old men, Our daily bread / Unser taglich brot and Sweeney Todd: The demon barber of Fleet Street.
In this episode there’re also an exclusive interviews with Rigoberto Castaneda about his film KM31 and there’s an extract from Jessica Fostekew’s performance of the monologue Looking for Sweeney Todd. This is a hour long special edition.
For a variety of formats you can download the show in or stream, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org…
Links: You can read print versions of the reviews in Electric Sheep Magazine
Londonnet‘s guide to all the times and locations of all films currently showing in the Capital’s cinemas
Listen to Jess’ complete Sweeney Todd monologue
Robinâ€™s band: Liberation Jumpsuit
(mp3 format, 61mins / 58.9mb)