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Film & TV Industry Podcast

Going Viral with YouTube Filmmaker Ella Fields

Preview of our interview with the young YouTube filmmaker Ella Fields for the 7th episode of Making It: Women in Film

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Culture Social Commentary

Taking Time to Breathe in a World on Fire

Self-care for activists to rest, reflect and rejuvenate in a world where the fight for justice and survival seem never-ending.

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Film & TV Industry Podcast

The Secret World of Stunts with Violence Designer Chloe Baldwin

Excerpt from our 6th episode and interview with violence designer Chloe Baldwin.

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Film & TV Industry Podcast

Mental Health Awareness in TV with Amelia Nashe

Highlights from our 5th episode’s interview with Scottish screenwriter Amelia Nashe.

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Film & TV Industry Podcast

Women on Set with Production Assistant Amy Parrack

Highlights from our interview with production assistant Amy Parrack.

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Culture Film & TV Review & Analysis

I May Destroy You and the Hazards of Online Echo Chambers

Michaela Coel’s latest drama perfectly encapsulates the dangers of social media and activist pedestals.

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Film & TV Industry Podcast

Shola Adesina and the Power of Authenticity in Film

For the third episode of Making It: Women in Film, Shania and I sat down with Shola Adesina – this is her story.

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Film & TV Review & Analysis

A Spectator’s Indulgence of the Merging of Hannibal Lecter and Will Graham | Analysing Television’s Most Mesmerising Dynamic

Digesting the food on the platter in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal.

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Film & TV Industry Podcast

#2: Making Your Way Through Film School with Shamaila Zaman and Sinead McCool – Making It: Women in Film

This is the transcript for the second episode of Making It: Women in Film. In this episode, Shania and Evita sit down with Shamaila Zaman and Sinead McCool – two film students at SAE Institute in Glasgow alongside Shania – to talk about everything from film school, the need for better representation of Muslims in film, the power of seeing women on set, and how lockdown has changed our approach to filmmaking.

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Film & TV Review & Analysis

Review: ‘I May Destroy You’ and its Groundbreaking Conversation Around Trauma and Assault

From its incredibly complex characters to its discussions about consent and sexual assault, Michaela Coel’s newest creation is guaranteed to destroy you.