Dallas and Lee pick their favourite streaks of a director's work and review If Beale Street Could Talk.
Lee Hutchison and Jamie Mackay sit down to talk with writer/director Joe Cornish about his new film, The Kid Who Would Be King.
Joe shares with us how the film went from an idea he had at age 11 to big screen adventure, shooting action scenes with child actors, the importance of the casting process, the legacy of Attack the Block and the challenges and excitement of working in Hollywood.
Founded in 2011 by Megan Ellison, Annapurna Pictures has been one of the most exciting film producers and distributors with films from Richard Linklater, Paul Thomas Anderson, Kathryn Bigelow, Barry Jenkins and the Coen Brothers. Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick their top 5 films released to date and examine the success of Annapurna Pictures.
Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick out their 10 must see films at the Glasgow Film Festival which launchs on February 20th.
We also review Vice, the RSNO's Sci-Spectacular concert and share our #52FilmsByWomen recommendations for the week.
Book tickets for the Glasgow Film Festival at http://glasgowfilm.org
M. Night Shyamalan's Glass arrived in cinemas this week, Lee and Dallas review the film and cast their eyes back upon Unbreakable and Split.
Our duo also discuss the documentary film that is ironically making waves on social media this week, FYRE and launch a new feature highlighting films in cinemas and streaming directed by women for listeners to take part in the #52FilmsByWomen pledge.
We also have a special offer for listeners thanks to our friends at the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, you can get 20% off tickets to their Sci-Fi Spectacular concert. (Fri 25 Jan in Edinburgh and Sat 26 Jan in Glasgow) It will feature music from Star Wars, Star Trek, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Avatar and Alien. More info: rsno.org.uk/film
Enter the code JEDI20 and it will give customers a 20% discount on all tickets.