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From the iconic to the independent, art-house to the award-winning, listen to our incredible archive of ScreenTalks and discussions from the most unique film programme in London

Customer Reviews

Great interviews

I kind of pick and choose which interview I am going to listen to depending on who is the guest but when I do listen I love it

Interesting and I informative interviews

I really love this podcast. Ben Eshmade is such a good interviewer. He clearly knows his stuff and he always asks interesting questions I would t have thought to ask, which gives you unexpected and interesting answers. If there's a film out that I'm thinking of seeing, I'm always happy when I discover the director or star (or both) have been interviewed for the podcast. Ben will always get the best out of the interview and I'll always learn something. That's the best thing I take away from listening- I always learn something. My only teeny weeny qualm would be the production or the sound of the mic. It doesn't sound as clean as some others I've heard. But that really is just me being picky. If you like your podcasts intelligent and informative, have a listen. Enjoy!

Animation but not as we know it

I found this podcast after seeing "The Red Turtle", Michaël Dudok de Wit gives us a new way of experiencing animation,subtle, real and you can see every frame is a labour of love, this podcast confirms his unassuming humble but hugely genius and emotional story telling.