Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Propaganda films can be a mix bag often ranging from the sublime to the quite frankly awful. Alfred Hitchcock; according to some the greatest director of all time, also joined the fray with his 1944 film Lifeboat.
It may not be one Hitchcocks most famous film but is certainly one of his most interesting. In this episode Joakim and I dig into this slice of wartime fun, and no we don't think he is the greatest director of all time....
Sunday, 7 July 2013
One question I am often asked about podcasting is why do it? There's no financial reward to speak off and in fact in most cases it actually ends up costing you. The answer is of course its for the sheer love of doing and when Joakim invited the truly great West Anthony from the Auteurs Cast on to talk about the Orson Welles masterpiece Touch of Evil the sheer joy podcasting took over and it was only hunger that could stop us from talking.
To date this is our longest episode and special mention needs to go out to Joakim for a truly class job in getting this one ready.