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Cine-Lit

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Cine-Lit heads across the decades and the English Channel to take a deep dive into a five film series from one of the greats of world Cinema. Francois Truffaut's The Adventures of Antoine Doinel is a remarkable series that spans 20 years from t
"Do you like scary movies?" In 1996 people didn't until Scream came along and reignited a stale mainstream horror scene. Birthing not just 3 sequels and a spinoff television series Scream also brought the slasher film into the 90s with a string
With a back catalogue that includes mockumentaries, coming-of-age dramas, comedies, courtroom dramas, psychological thrillers, fantasy, and rom-coms, it is difficult to know where to start with Rob Reiner's career. Adam and Darrell pick out fiv
Just in time for Robert Rodriguez's entry into the Star Wars universe with new Boba Fett series, Cine-Lit takes a look at the birth of Rodriguez's career and the trilogy that established him as a Hollywood director. We look at the lengths Rodri
'Tis the season once again, and sure you'll be revisiting those classic Christmas films like It's A Wonderful Life, Elf, Muppets Christmas Carol, etc. but adventurous viewers come hither, for there is a world of Alternative Christmas Films just
In the second part of Cine-Lit's look at Hammer Horror, Adam and Cine-Lit's resident expert Darrell Buxton are rejoined by Kevin Lyons, Hammer expert and editor of the Encyclopedia Of Fantastic Film and Television (www.eofftv.com), to sink thei
As cinemas are currently revisiting the early 90s with Pablo Larrain's Spencer, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at the genre of the Biopic. A perennial favourite with filmmakers, audiences and Oscar voters, the Biopic is a uni
Jump in the back seat as Adam and Darrell slow down long enough to discuss the nitro-fuelled franchise that is Mad Max. From 1979's Mad Max, through 1981's Mad Max 2 (aka The Road Warrior), beyond Beyond Thunderdome (1985) to 2015's insanely ma
Adam, Rebekah and our resident historian Darrell Buxton discuss the three films that Dean made before his untimely death in 1955 and why he is considered such a cultural icon to this day.-Become a Cine-Lit Subscriber - https://www.patreon.com/c
For the final podcast of the series, we talk to Sontenish Myers and Melanie Grant about their films Cross My Heart and The Book Of Jasmine, which were both featured in the Caribbean Calling shorts programme, screened as part of the Reforming Th
Cine-Lit turns its attention to one of the icons of British Cinema history, Hammer Films and the horror that it was predominantly known for. Adam is joined by resident expert Darrell Buxton and editor of the Encyclopedia Of Fantastic Film and T
Cine-Lit turns its attention to one of the icons of British Cinema history, Hammer Films and the horror that it was predominantly known for. Adam is joined by resident expert Darrell Buxton and editor of the Encyclopedia Of Fantastic Film and T
Rebekah talks to Caroline Wilson from UNDR LNDN about how she felt about on-screen representation growing up as a British Asian. We look at South Asian representation during the 1990s to now and the people that are changing the narrative.-Becom
Two films celebrating birthdays this year are John Carpenter's Escape films, with the seminal Escape From New York celebrating its 40th Birthday while its much-maligned offspring hits 25 in 2021. Adam and Darrell head into the future of 1997 an
Filmmaker Ian Harnarine, Director of Doubles With Slight Pepper, talks with Rebekah about the process of making his short film while also discussing Intersectional Representation.-Become a Cine-Lit Subscriber - https://www.patreon.com/cinelitPa
Two films celebrating birthdays this year are John Carpenter's Escape films, with the seminal Escape From New York celebrating its 40th Birthday while its much-maligned offspring hits 25 in 2021. Adam and Darrell head into the future of 1997 an
It has been the longest time between Bond films since the late 80s but finally, the latest 007 adventure will be hitting cinema screens. Adam and Cine-Lit's resident expert Darrell Buxton are joined by Director (and Bond Mega Fan) Dominic Burns
David Lean is one of Britain's most celebrated filmmakers, the master of the epic with such classics like The Bridge On The River Kwai, Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago. But ever the contrarians, Cine-Lit heads back before Lean started to
Rebekah Taylor (Film Officer at QUAD in Derby) and Louise Giadom from All3Media talk about what they felt about on-screen representation growing up Black British. Rebekah and Louise explore what films and television shows they were drawn to gro
It has been the longest time between Bond films since the late 80s but finally, the latest 007 adventure will be hitting cinema screens. Adam and Cine-Lit's resident expert Darrell Buxton are joined by Director (and Bond Mega Fan) Dominic Burns
It is the 50th Anniversary of the Oscar-winning classic The French Connection. What better time, then, to take a look back and see if the film still holds up! Adam and Darrell head back to the mean streets of 1970s New York for William Friedkin
It is the 50th Anniversary of the Oscar-winning classic The French Connection. What better time, then, to take a look back and see if the film still holds up! Adam and Darrell head back to the mean streets of 1970s New York for William Friedkin
To coincide with Prano Bailey-Bond's film Censor, set during the height of the moral panic surrounding Videotapes in the 1980s, Cine-Lit takes a look at the time period when headlines like "Ban Video Sadism!" were commonplace and common sense s
To coincide with Prano Bailey-Bond's film Censor, set during the height of the moral panic surrounding Videotapes in the 1980s, Cine-Lit takes a look at the time period when headlines like "Ban Video Sadism!" were commonplace and common sense s
Before he became KUBRICK and the film criticism world bowed at his feet, director Stanley Kubrick got his foot in the door and established his credentials in two crime films, Killer's Kiss (1955) and The Killing (1956). Adam and Darrell are joi
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