Screen to Screen
Steve Harcourt & Liz McMullen
Sorting out your must watch list for the month, Screen to Screen hosted by Liz McMullen and Steve Harcourt is a monthly feature that takes a look at everything in the worlds of TV and film, as well as giving their pick of what to watch on the streaming services.
Episode numbers refer to 'Season 2', after branching out from the main show.
This month we had a massive interview with actor Essie Davis (Nitram, The Babadook, The Justice of Bunny King), plus two small interview with Jenna Suru (Paris Int. Film Festival), and the makers of Traces of Glory, Mark Davis, Jan Jansen, and Jeff Martin.
London Film Festival / Alexandre O. Philippe
As well as all the usual features, Steve and Liz have a London Film Festival Special, plus an interview with Lynch/Oz director, Alexandre O. Philippe.
As well as all the usual features, Steve and Liz chat with the director of 'See How They Run', Tom George.
As well as all the usual features, Steve and Liz chat with the director of 'Flux Gourmet', Peter Strickland.
Lee Haven Jones
As well as all the usual features, Steve and Liz chat with the director of Welsh language horror, 'The Feast', Lee Haven Jones.
As well as all the usual features, Steve and Liz chat with director Rebekah McKendry, whose new film 'Glorious' stars J.K. Simmons and Ryan Kwanten.
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with director and author Chris Jones, who many will know for 'The Guerilla Filmmakers Handbook'.
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the director of 'Good Luck to You, Leo Grande' - Sophie Hyde.
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the writer/director Thordur Palsson, who created Netflix's The Valhalla Murders.
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the actor/director Rupert Evans. Plus an interview with the Shakespeare Sisters
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the director of 'Freaks Out', Gabriele Mainetti
Jimmy Akingbola / IFF Rotterdam / PIFF
Screen to Screen chats to Jimmy Akingbola, who is about to appear in the Fresh Prince reboot, Bel Air. Plus, we had a report back from Rotterdam, and a chat with Paris IFF programme director Jenna Suru.
Adam Ethan Crow
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the director of 'Lair', Adam Ethan Crow
Liza Van Der Smissen and Nicole Lieberman (Female Film Club)
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with Liza Van Der Smissen and Nicole Lieberman of Female Film Club. Plus there was a report back from Tweetfest!
Liz Smith, Chantelle De Carvalho, and Kim Halliday
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with the team behind documentary 'I Am Gen Z', Director Liz Smith, Producer Chantelle De Carvalho, and Composer Kim Halliday.
Roshan Sethi / London Film Festival
This month was a bit of a London Film Festival special. As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with Film Director Roshan Sethi about his new film 7 Days, which was screening at the festival.
Cathy Brady and Nora-Jane Noone
As well as all the usual features, Screen to Screen chats with Film Director Cathy Brady and Actor Nora-Jane Noone of new film Wildfire, which came out last week.
Fizz and Ginger Films
This show includes an interview with Tori and Matt Butler-Hart of Fizz and Ginger Films, whose new film 'Infinitum: Subject Unknown' features Sir Ian McKellen and Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones). It is out on Amazon (Streaming in the UK) and in cinemas in the US!
Steve and Liz talk to Sorious Samura, who The Independent described as 'The world's most fearless film-maker'. His new film 'Sing, Freetown', directed by Clive Patterson follows the creation of a play intended to inspire the next generation of Sierra Leoneans.
An interview with @jerryrothwell, the director of @reasonijumpfilm, the brilliant documentary based on the book by Naoki Higashida. It's a fantastic film that explores the experiences of non-speaking autistic people around the world. We also talk about Jerry's career before that, which is equally fascinating.
Actor Akie Kotabe, which people may know from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier or The Man in the High Castle, chats with Screen to Screen on his career including principal photography on his first lead feature role in the neo-noir film, Clay's Redemption.