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Podcast: Art House cinema podcast, September ’07 – Raindance special

September 26, 2007

It’s Resonance FM‘s latest Art House cinema podcast featuring reviews of films released this month at ‘Art House’ cinemas in London and also showing at the Raindance Film Festival… This show is presented by Alex Fitch with contributions from Virginie Sélavy (editor of Electric Sheep Magazine) and Michael Hall (video shop manager and lead singer of the band Nebraska… In this episode there’s also an exclusive interview with Suzanne Ballantyne, lead programmer of the Raindance Festival.
You can stream the show by clicking here and pressing the play button or right click here to save the mp3 file direct to your computer…

Films reviewed include Disturbia, Syndromes and a century, Drawing Restraint 9, The Amazing Lives of the fast-food grifters, Exhibit A and The Boss of it all.

Links: You can read print versions of Virginie’s reviews in Electric Sheep Magazine
Londonnet‘s guide to all the times and locations of all films currently showing in the Capital’s cinemas
Alex’s interview with Allan Moyle, director of festival opener Weirdsville

(mp3 format, 28mins / 26.9mb)

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  1. Film Podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Andersson (Club Whatever @ Central Station) Geoff Andrew (BFI) Suzanne Ballantyne (Raindance Film festival) – interview by Virginie Sélavy Noel Lawrence (Other Cinema, San […]

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