Panel Borders and other podcasts

Panel Borders and other podcasts

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Today’s show: The Problem of SF film making

March 17, 2010

Today on Resonance FM:

Clear Spot – The Problem of SF film making

Gerald McMorrow (Franklyn), Richard Jobson (A Woman in Winter), Stuart Hazeldine (Exam), Cory McAbee (Stingray Sam) and Marc Caro (The City of Lost Children)

Gerald McMorrow (Franklyn), Richard Jobson (A Woman in Winter), Stuart Hazeldine (Exam), Cory McAbee (Stingray Sam) and Marc Caro (The City of Lost Children)

In a panel discussion recorded live at last year’s London Sciene-Fiction and Fantastic Film Festival, Alex Fitch discusses the many aspects of creating engaging and convincing SF scenarios on film with a quintet of eminent low budget film directors – Marc Caro (Delicatessen, The City of Lost Children), Cory McAbee (Stingray Sam), Gerald McMorrow (Franklyn), Stuart Hazeldine (Exam) and Richard Jobson (A Woman in Winter). The panel was sponsored by The Directors Guild of Great Britain and Mr Caro’s translator was Virginie Selavy.

8pm 17/03/10, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at www.resonancefm.com / podcast of part one online now, part two to follow after broadcast…

This year’s Sci-Fi London runs from 28/04 – 03/05 at the Apollo Piccadilly Cinema, Lower Regent Street.
More info at www.sci-fi-london.com/festival

Links: Wikipedia pages on Marc Caro, Richard Jobson, Stuart Hazeldine, Gerald McMorrow and Cory McAbee
More info about Sci-Fi London

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