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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre The monthly show about world cinema and cult releases. Electric Sheep assistant editor Alex Fitch talks to Lee Broughton about his book Euro-Western, published by I.B. Tauris, which uncovers progressive attitudes to women and minorities in European Westerns, and to the director (Andrew Martin) and lead actor (Edmund Kingsley) about their excellent Cold War SF thriller Capsule, in a Q&A recorded at the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival. Also, Electric Sheep editor Virginie Selavy discusses December’s London International Animation Festival with festival director Nag Vladermersky, plus classic tracks from David Bowie, Nicola Di Bari, Shonen Knife, and Gianfranco and Giampiero Reverberi. Originally broadcast: 16th November 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Capsule poster / Cover of Euro-Western by Lee Broughton / LIAF promotional image by Ed Bulmer Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: LIAF 2016 websi...

73 MIN2016 NOV 30
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre

Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond

Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond Electric Sheep Magazine editor Virginie Sélavy talks to Death Waltz Records’ Spencer Hickman and composer Fabio Frizzi about the latter’s scores for such classic Italian horror films as The Beyond and Zombi 2, recorded at Frightfest 2016. Also, ESM assistant editor Alex Fitch takes part in a Q and A with director Justin Schein about his film Left on Purpose which documents the life and death of ‘Yippie’ activist Mayer Vishner, recorded at Leeds International Film Festival 2015. Plus classic tracks from Frizzi’s film scores… Originally broadcast: 19th October 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Mayer Vishner in his prime / Fabio Frizzi with his band Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Links: Official Left on Purpose website Buy tickets for Fabio Frizzi’s performance at Union Chapel, Oct 29th Facebook pages for Fabio Frizzi and Left on Purpose Leeds International Film Festival website

58 MIN2016 NOV 3
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Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy Electric Sheep Magazine editor Virginie Sélavy talks to Steven Shainberg about his new film Rupture and takes part in a Q and A with director Guillermo del Toro about the documentary Creature Designers: The Frankenstein Complex, recorded at Fantasia Festival, Montreal. Also, ESM assistant editor Alex Fitch discusses the comprehensive history of ‘Tarzan on Film’ published by Titan Books, with author Scott Tracy Griffin. Plus classic tracks from Carlos Casal Jr, Johnny Burnette, The Deadly Ones and Glenn Reeves! Originally broadcast, 21st September 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Cover of Tarzan on Film, posters for Creature Designers and Rupture Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Transcript of Virginie’s interview with Steven Shainberg Info about Titan Books’ Tarzan on Film Buy Creature Designers – The Frankenstein Complex on DVD from amazon.co.uk Electric Sheep Magazine website

58 MIN2016 OCT 6
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Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman Electric Sheep editor Virginie Selavy talks to East End Film Festival programmer Andrew Simpson, Masonic Temple programmer Josh Saco, and to Evrim Ersoy, programmer and presenter of DukeFest the Third. Electric Sheep assistant editor Alex Fitch discusses Israeli-born British artist and animator Thalma Goldman with Richard Hallam and Sylvie Venet-Tupy, authors of Thalma, An Artist’s Life. Plus an extract from a conversation between Austrian filmmaker Peter Tscherkassky and British director Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio, The Duke of Burgundy) recorded at the ICA. With music by The White Stripes and The Sex Pistols. Cover of Thalma, An Artists Life by Richard Hallam and Sylvie Venet-Tupy / posters for Duke Fest, Temple Cinema and EEFF Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Info about the Thalma, An Artit’s Life East End Film Festival 2016 programme and website DukeFes...

59 MIN2016 JUL 19
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Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka Celebrating this year’s Polish Film Festival Kinoteka, Alex Fitch talks to Oscar winning producer Jeremy Thomas and director Jerzy Skolimowski about the latter’s work on such films as The Shout, Essential Killing, and his latest movie 11 Minutes. Virginie Selavy talks to writer and filmmaker Daniel Bird about the late director Andrzej Zulawski, and his translation of the director’s Cosmos. With classic tracks by Blondie, Otis Spann, and Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheel. Kinokteka continues at various London venues until 28th April, with Skolimowski’s autobiographical trilogy screening at Close-up between 22nd and 24th April. Stills from the Shout and 11 Minutes by Jerzy Skolimowski / Cosmos by Andrzej Zulawski Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Kinoteka website Listen to Alex’s 2010 interview with Andrzej Zulawski Zulawski tribute page on facebook Watch the trailer for 11 ...

68 MIN2016 APR 23
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka

Reality Check: Building a better High Rise

Reality Check: Building a better High Rise Following a screening of High Rise as part of the symposium J.G. Ballard in the Seventies, Alex Fitch talks to three members of the production team behind Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s High Rise. Dan Martin discusses arranging the special effects for the movie and creating realistic gore for Wheatley’s films, Mark Tildesley talks about dressing the set cost effectively and how this compared to working with Michael Winterbottom on Code 46, and Odile Dicks-Mireaux discusses making science-fictional clothes for the cast, including a James Bond style suit for Tom Hiddleston. Alex Fitch talks to Dan Martin, Odile Dicks-Mireaux and Mark Tildesley on stage at the British Library after a screening of High Rise For more info about this podcast and a variety of other episodes you can download, please visit the home of this episode at www.sci-fi-london.com Links: Info about the British Library event where this podcast was recorded Hig...

51 MIN2016 MAR 31
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Reality Check: Building a better High Rise

Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic

Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic Guest presenter Professor Martin Barker (University of Aberystwyth) investigates the story of Britain’s notorious Action comic, which was launched on Valentine’s Day and banned by Halloween in 1976. Professor Barker explores the rise and fall of the comic, what elements of the strips were censored and censured, and how the legacy of Action was continued in “The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic” – 2000AD. Also, in a panel discussion entitled: “Poor, angry white kids”, Barker discusses Action with its writer Pat Mills and 2000AD artist Jim McCarthy. Edited, and recorded at Graphic Brighton / Cine-Excess 2015 by Alex Fitch. (Panel Borders continues on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8pm, repeated the following day at 9am. Originally broadcast as a Clear Spot on Resonance 104.4 FM, 8th March 2016) The most notorious cover of Action, and the issue never printed / Barker, Mills and McCarthy at Graphic Brighton and Cine-Excess (photo by...

75 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies The March episode of the Electric Sheep Film Show is a J.G. Ballard special: ESM editor in chief Virginie Sélavy talks to his daughter, artist Fay Ballard, to director Harley Cokeliss, who made a version of Crash featuring J.G. Ballard for the BBC in 1971, and to director Ben Wheatley about his new adaptation of High-Rise, which is out in cinemas on 18 March. With classic tracks by The Shangri-Las, The Residents and The Specials. (Edited and introduced by Alex Fitch) Still from Crash by Harley Cokeliss / ‘Memory Box: About my Father’ by Fay Ballard / Still from High-Rise Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Fay Ballard’s website Watch Crash (1971) by Harley Cokeliss Read Virginie’s 2012 interview with Ben Wheatley High-Rise official website

61 MIN2016 MAR 29
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives In the February episode of the Electric Sheep Film Show, Electric Sheep Magazine editor assistant editor Alex Fitch talks to Jasper Sharp, artistic director of the Asia House Film Festival, which runs from 22 February, to actor Tony Todd about Bernard Rose’s new adaptation of Frankenstein, and to the director (Jon Schnepp) and producers (Holly Payne, Robert Pierce) of the documentary The Death of Superman Lives. With classic tracks by The Clique, Klark Kentt and The Crystals. The Electric Sheep Film Show continues on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8pm, repeated the following day at 9am. Blu-Ray cover for Frankenstein (2015) / Asia House Film Festival flyer / Jon Schnepp interviewed by Alex Fitch at BFI Southbank / The Death of Superman Lives poster Originally broadcast as a ‘Clear Spot’, 17th February 2015 on Resonance 104.4 FM; The Electric Sheep Film Show continues on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8p...

74 MIN2016 FEB 18
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives

Book List: McKean and Sinclair

Book List: McKean and Sinclair Guest presenter Chiara Ambrosio talks to psycho-geographer and novelist Iain Sinclair and artist Dave McKean about their collaborations such as Slow Chocolate Autopsy and London Orbital, their inspirations and their working methods. The podcast also includes additional questions from Alex Fitch and others, plus readings by Sinclair and McKean of their short stories The Articulate Head and The Coast Road. Recorded at The Light and Shadow Salon, Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury in July 2014. (Partially broadcast as an episode of Panel Borders, 21/07/14 on Resonance FM) Dave McKean, Chiara Ambrosio and Iain Sinclair at the Horse Hospital / cover and interior art from Slow Chocolate Autopsy Links: Dave McKean’s website Iain Sinclair’s website The Horse Hospital website and more info about the original event Light and Shadow Salon blog Chiara Ambrosio’s website

77 MIN2016 FEB 15
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Book List: McKean and Sinclair

Latest Episodes

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre The monthly show about world cinema and cult releases. Electric Sheep assistant editor Alex Fitch talks to Lee Broughton about his book Euro-Western, published by I.B. Tauris, which uncovers progressive attitudes to women and minorities in European Westerns, and to the director (Andrew Martin) and lead actor (Edmund Kingsley) about their excellent Cold War SF thriller Capsule, in a Q&A recorded at the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival. Also, Electric Sheep editor Virginie Selavy discusses December’s London International Animation Festival with festival director Nag Vladermersky, plus classic tracks from David Bowie, Nicola Di Bari, Shonen Knife, and Gianfranco and Giampiero Reverberi. Originally broadcast: 16th November 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Capsule poster / Cover of Euro-Western by Lee Broughton / LIAF promotional image by Ed Bulmer Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: LIAF 2016 websi...

73 MIN2016 NOV 30
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Investigating Genre

Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond

Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond Electric Sheep Magazine editor Virginie Sélavy talks to Death Waltz Records’ Spencer Hickman and composer Fabio Frizzi about the latter’s scores for such classic Italian horror films as The Beyond and Zombi 2, recorded at Frightfest 2016. Also, ESM assistant editor Alex Fitch takes part in a Q and A with director Justin Schein about his film Left on Purpose which documents the life and death of ‘Yippie’ activist Mayer Vishner, recorded at Leeds International Film Festival 2015. Plus classic tracks from Frizzi’s film scores… Originally broadcast: 19th October 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Mayer Vishner in his prime / Fabio Frizzi with his band Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Links: Official Left on Purpose website Buy tickets for Fabio Frizzi’s performance at Union Chapel, Oct 29th Facebook pages for Fabio Frizzi and Left on Purpose Leeds International Film Festival website

58 MIN2016 NOV 3
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Electric Sheep magazine podcast: Death and Beyond

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy Electric Sheep Magazine editor Virginie Sélavy talks to Steven Shainberg about his new film Rupture and takes part in a Q and A with director Guillermo del Toro about the documentary Creature Designers: The Frankenstein Complex, recorded at Fantasia Festival, Montreal. Also, ESM assistant editor Alex Fitch discusses the comprehensive history of ‘Tarzan on Film’ published by Titan Books, with author Scott Tracy Griffin. Plus classic tracks from Carlos Casal Jr, Johnny Burnette, The Deadly Ones and Glenn Reeves! Originally broadcast, 21st September 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM Cover of Tarzan on Film, posters for Creature Designers and Rupture Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Transcript of Virginie’s interview with Steven Shainberg Info about Titan Books’ Tarzan on Film Buy Creature Designers – The Frankenstein Complex on DVD from amazon.co.uk Electric Sheep Magazine website

58 MIN2016 OCT 6
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Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Fear and Fantasy

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman

Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman Electric Sheep editor Virginie Selavy talks to East End Film Festival programmer Andrew Simpson, Masonic Temple programmer Josh Saco, and to Evrim Ersoy, programmer and presenter of DukeFest the Third. Electric Sheep assistant editor Alex Fitch discusses Israeli-born British artist and animator Thalma Goldman with Richard Hallam and Sylvie Venet-Tupy, authors of Thalma, An Artist’s Life. Plus an extract from a conversation between Austrian filmmaker Peter Tscherkassky and British director Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio, The Duke of Burgundy) recorded at the ICA. With music by The White Stripes and The Sex Pistols. Cover of Thalma, An Artists Life by Richard Hallam and Sylvie Venet-Tupy / posters for Duke Fest, Temple Cinema and EEFF Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Info about the Thalma, An Artit’s Life East End Film Festival 2016 programme and website DukeFes...

59 MIN2016 JUL 19
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Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Looking East / Thalma Goldman

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka Celebrating this year’s Polish Film Festival Kinoteka, Alex Fitch talks to Oscar winning producer Jeremy Thomas and director Jerzy Skolimowski about the latter’s work on such films as The Shout, Essential Killing, and his latest movie 11 Minutes. Virginie Selavy talks to writer and filmmaker Daniel Bird about the late director Andrzej Zulawski, and his translation of the director’s Cosmos. With classic tracks by Blondie, Otis Spann, and Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheel. Kinokteka continues at various London venues until 28th April, with Skolimowski’s autobiographical trilogy screening at Close-up between 22nd and 24th April. Stills from the Shout and 11 Minutes by Jerzy Skolimowski / Cosmos by Andrzej Zulawski Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Kinoteka website Listen to Alex’s 2010 interview with Andrzej Zulawski Zulawski tribute page on facebook Watch the trailer for 11 ...

68 MIN2016 APR 23
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Skolimowski and Kinoteka

Reality Check: Building a better High Rise

Reality Check: Building a better High Rise Following a screening of High Rise as part of the symposium J.G. Ballard in the Seventies, Alex Fitch talks to three members of the production team behind Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s High Rise. Dan Martin discusses arranging the special effects for the movie and creating realistic gore for Wheatley’s films, Mark Tildesley talks about dressing the set cost effectively and how this compared to working with Michael Winterbottom on Code 46, and Odile Dicks-Mireaux discusses making science-fictional clothes for the cast, including a James Bond style suit for Tom Hiddleston. Alex Fitch talks to Dan Martin, Odile Dicks-Mireaux and Mark Tildesley on stage at the British Library after a screening of High Rise For more info about this podcast and a variety of other episodes you can download, please visit the home of this episode at www.sci-fi-london.com Links: Info about the British Library event where this podcast was recorded Hig...

51 MIN2016 MAR 31
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Reality Check: Building a better High Rise

Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic

Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic Guest presenter Professor Martin Barker (University of Aberystwyth) investigates the story of Britain’s notorious Action comic, which was launched on Valentine’s Day and banned by Halloween in 1976. Professor Barker explores the rise and fall of the comic, what elements of the strips were censored and censured, and how the legacy of Action was continued in “The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic” – 2000AD. Also, in a panel discussion entitled: “Poor, angry white kids”, Barker discusses Action with its writer Pat Mills and 2000AD artist Jim McCarthy. Edited, and recorded at Graphic Brighton / Cine-Excess 2015 by Alex Fitch. (Panel Borders continues on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8pm, repeated the following day at 9am. Originally broadcast as a Clear Spot on Resonance 104.4 FM, 8th March 2016) The most notorious cover of Action, and the issue never printed / Barker, Mills and McCarthy at Graphic Brighton and Cine-Excess (photo by...

75 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Panel Borders: Action – The Story of a Violent Comic

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies The March episode of the Electric Sheep Film Show is a J.G. Ballard special: ESM editor in chief Virginie Sélavy talks to his daughter, artist Fay Ballard, to director Harley Cokeliss, who made a version of Crash featuring J.G. Ballard for the BBC in 1971, and to director Ben Wheatley about his new adaptation of High-Rise, which is out in cinemas on 18 March. With classic tracks by The Shangri-Las, The Residents and The Specials. (Edited and introduced by Alex Fitch) Still from Crash by Harley Cokeliss / ‘Memory Box: About my Father’ by Fay Ballard / Still from High-Rise Visit www.archive.org, for more info and formats you can stream / download. Links: Fay Ballard’s website Watch Crash (1971) by Harley Cokeliss Read Virginie’s 2012 interview with Ben Wheatley High-Rise official website

61 MIN2016 MAR 29
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Ballard and the Seventies

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives

Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives In the February episode of the Electric Sheep Film Show, Electric Sheep Magazine editor assistant editor Alex Fitch talks to Jasper Sharp, artistic director of the Asia House Film Festival, which runs from 22 February, to actor Tony Todd about Bernard Rose’s new adaptation of Frankenstein, and to the director (Jon Schnepp) and producers (Holly Payne, Robert Pierce) of the documentary The Death of Superman Lives. With classic tracks by The Clique, Klark Kentt and The Crystals. The Electric Sheep Film Show continues on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8pm, repeated the following day at 9am. Blu-Ray cover for Frankenstein (2015) / Asia House Film Festival flyer / Jon Schnepp interviewed by Alex Fitch at BFI Southbank / The Death of Superman Lives poster Originally broadcast as a ‘Clear Spot’, 17th February 2015 on Resonance 104.4 FM; The Electric Sheep Film Show continues on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8p...

74 MIN2016 FEB 18
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Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Frankenstein revived, Superman Lives

Book List: McKean and Sinclair

Book List: McKean and Sinclair Guest presenter Chiara Ambrosio talks to psycho-geographer and novelist Iain Sinclair and artist Dave McKean about their collaborations such as Slow Chocolate Autopsy and London Orbital, their inspirations and their working methods. The podcast also includes additional questions from Alex Fitch and others, plus readings by Sinclair and McKean of their short stories The Articulate Head and The Coast Road. Recorded at The Light and Shadow Salon, Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury in July 2014. (Partially broadcast as an episode of Panel Borders, 21/07/14 on Resonance FM) Dave McKean, Chiara Ambrosio and Iain Sinclair at the Horse Hospital / cover and interior art from Slow Chocolate Autopsy Links: Dave McKean’s website Iain Sinclair’s website The Horse Hospital website and more info about the original event Light and Shadow Salon blog Chiara Ambrosio’s website

77 MIN2016 FEB 15
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Book List: McKean and Sinclair