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In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/playlist/soundtracking-with-edith-bowman-episode-132-mary-j-blige/pl.u-6mo4l9mhpzG6x https://play.spotify.co ...
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Edith Bowman discusses her new book, Edith Bowman’s Great British Music Festivals. Edith reflects on some of the greatest festival moments of the last 20 years, and shares her insights from behind the scenes of the UK’s best music festivals. Hosted by Colin Murray at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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Our latest episode of Soundtracking sees a welcome return to the podcast for composer Amelia Warner, who has provided the score for Young Woman And The Sea. Based on a true story, Young Woman And The Sea stars Daisy Ridley as swimmer Trudy Ederie, the first woman to swim the English Channel way back in 1926. Amelia's score hasn't been released yet,…
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Brought to you in association with BMW, Edith is joined by composer Tom Holkenborg - aka Junkie XL - post red carpet premiere in Cannes, and by director George Miller in London to discuss the music and making of Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.بقلم Edith Bowman
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is the musician, style icon and all-round delight, Anna Calvi, who joins Edith to discuss her score for seasons five and six of Peaky Blinders. Anna's music is such a key component to the culmination of the much-loved show, and hearing her talk about her creative process in soundtracking it is utterly captivating. …
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We have another one of our live Everyman Soundtracking shows for you today, recorded with Rose Glass, director and co-writer of Love Lies Bleeding. Starring Kristen Stewart, Katy O'Brian, Jena Malone, Dave Franco, and Ed Harris, its plot follows the relationship between a reclusive gym manager, who is part of a crime family, and an ambitious bodybu…
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We have a bit of a Fall Guy special for you today, as director David Leitch, producer Kelly McCormick and writer Drew Pearce join Edith to discuss their brilliant film. Starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt, it tells the story of a stuntman working on his ex-girlfriend's directorial debut, who gets ensnared in a conspiracy surrounding the film's le…
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It's a welcome return to Soundtracking for Luca Guadagnino, who joined Edith from Los Angeles to discuss his latest movie, Challengers. The story - in very broad terms - follows a professional tennis champion who plots a comeback with the help of his wife - a former prodigy who retired after an injury - as he goes up against another player who also…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is director Zack Snyder, joining Edith to discuss Part Two of Rebel Moon - entitled The Scargiver - which you can watch on Netflix now. Following on from the first installment of the saga, it sees our heroine Kora and a band of warriors defend their homeland, Veldt, against the tyrannical Motherworld. Both film are…
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A couple of weeks after we.brought you Dev Patel and Jordan Peele talking Monkey Man, we're delighted to say we have another live Soundtracking Everyman Film Club for you. Today it's the turn of director Sam Taylor Johnson, producer Giles Martin and Music Supervisor Iain Cooke to discuss Sam's Amy Winehouse biopic, Back To Black. Starring Marissa A…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Alex Garland, joining Edith to discuss his latest film as a writer / director, Civil War, scored by our old pals Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow. The narrative follows a group of journalists who travel across the United States during a rapidly escalating second American Civil War, with Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura…
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Our latest guests are Dev Patel and Jordan Peele, who joined Edith for the first Soundtracking Everyman Film Club of 2024 to discuss Dev's debut feature, Monkey Man, recorded live at Screen On The Green in north London. As well as writing and producing the film (with a little help from Jordan), Dev also directed - on what was, as you'll hear, an ex…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Neo Sora, son of Ryuichi Sakamoto and director of a final gift to the Japanese composer's fans, Opus. Recorded in late 2022, with just Ryuichi and a Yamaha grand, Opus sees him perform his most haunting, and delicate melodies in equally haunting and delicate black and white. It is a wonderfully tender, meditativ…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Issa Lopez, creator, writer and director of True Detective: Night Country, which is available to watch in its entirety on Sky and Now TV - in the UK at any rate. Starring Jodie Foster & Kali Reis, it's set in a remote Alaskan town during a winter spell of perpetual darkness, and follows an investigation into the…
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Our guest this week is Max Richter - composer extraordinaire who has provided the music for Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan's new film, Spaceman. Directed by Johan Renck, it tells the story of a Czech astronaut sent to the end of the solar system who encounters a creature that helps sort out his issues back on earth. We love having Max on the podca…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is director Thea Sharrock, who joins me to discuss her hilarious new film, Wicked Little Letters. Based on a true story, Wicked Little Letters stars Olivia Coleman and Jessie Buckley, and sees the residents of Littlehampton start receiving missives filled with profanity, prompting a group of the town's women to inv…
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We have a bonus episode for you, as director Fernando Meirelles and composer Ed Cortes join me to discuss the 21st Anniversary of City Of God. This is a film that was hugely important to Edith in her journey as a film fan - as she, like many other people, had never seen anything quite like it when it hit cinemas. In addition to Fernando's visual fl…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is composer Laura Karpman, who joined Edith to discuss her Oscar nominated score for American Fiction. Written and directed by first-timer Cord Jefferson (who picked up a BAFTA for Best Adapted Screenplay), it follows a frustrated novelist-professor who writes an outlandish satire of stereotypical 'black' books, on…
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We have finally netted one of our white whales on Soundtracking, as after literally years of trying, Edith finally managed to get an opportunity to sit down with the one and only Martin Scorsese. Martin joins us to discuss Killers Of The Flower Moon, which is available to watch right now on Apple TV - though we ended up covering so much more than t…
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We have a very special bonus episode of Soundtracking for you today, as Matthew Vaughn, Lorne Balfe, Giles Martin, Gary Barlow and Stuart Price join Edith to discuss the music of Argylle. As you'll hear, each made very specific contributions to the film, but channelled the spirit of collaboration to provide score, original songs and that new Beatle…
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We have a Poor Things double-header for you today, as first Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone join me to discuss their collaboration on the film, before their composer Jerskin Fendrix. As well as producing the film, Emma stars as Bella Baxter, a young woman in Victorian London , who is resurrected by a scientist following her suicide and embarks on a…
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Our latest guests on Soundtracking are writer / director Andrew Haigh and composer Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, who joined Edith to discuss their work on Andrew's film, All Of Us Strangers. We don't want to say to much about it if you haven't seen it yet, but it stars Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Jamie Bell and Claire Foy, and tells the story of a lon…
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Our latest guests on Soundtracking are childhood friends Jamie Childs and James Drummond, who joined Edith to discuss Jamie's debut feature as a writer / director, Jackdaw. Set in Hartlepool, it follows an eventful night in the life of former motocross champion and army veteran, Jack, whose decision to take a job from a criminal results in all kind…
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The last time we had our latest guest on the podcast, he was up for an EE BAFTA Rising Star award, which he duly won. How far Daniel Kaluuya has come since then? although, to be fair, he was quite some distance down the road alread. Now Daniel joins Edith to discuss his debut as a writer/director, The Kitchen. Music for the film is provided by Labr…
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Our latest guest on this bonus episode of Soundtracking is Alexander Payne, who joined me to discuss his new film, The Holdovers. Set in the early 1970s, it stars Paul Giamatti as a strict teacher at a New England boarding school, who is forced to chaperone a handful of students with nowhere to go on Christmas break.…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is the wonderful Jodie Comer, who joined Edith to discuss her role in Mahalia Belo's new film, The End We Start From. Based on the book by Megan Hunter, it tells the story of a mother and her baby who flee London after an ecological crisis, and sees Jodie star alongside the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Katherine …
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2024 is rolling on in fine style here on Soundtracking - after Sofia Coppola kicked it off - as director George Clooney and his leading man Callum Turner join Edith to discuss The Boys In The Boat. Based on a true story, The Boys In The Boat is a classic sporting underdog tale, with the narrative charting a rowing crew from the University of Washin…
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Our first guest of 2024 is the wonderful Sofia Coppola, who joined us for a Soundtracking Everyman Film Club in front of a live audience to discuss her latest film, Priscilla. Based on her Priscilla's memoir, Elvis & Me, this tells the story of her complex relationship with the iconic musician.بقلم Edith Bowman
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Our gift to you this Christmas morning is Taika Waititi talking about his new film, Next Goal Wins.Based on a true story, Next Goal Wins stars Michael Fassbender as a coach charged with turning around the fortunes of the American Samoan national football team, widely regarded as one of the weakest in the world.…
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Our latest Christmas present of a guest for you here on Soundtracking is the legendary Michael Mann, who joins Edith to discuss his biopic Ferrari, which follows the personal and professional struggles of Ferrari founder Enzo during the summer of 1957. Starring Adam Driver and Penelope Cruz, it has all the visceral thrills and visual thrust that yo…
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Without wishing to sound unduly self-congratulatory, it is slightly mind-boggling to us that one week Edith gets to introduce Sam Esmail and Julia Roberts to you on the podcast, and the next Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan. Bradley and Carey joined us to discuss Maestro, which Bradley co-wrote and directed and focuses on the relationship between …
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It's a Wonka special for you today, as writer director Paul King, songwriter Neil Hannon and composer Joby Talbot join Edith to discuss their origin story of the eccentric chocolate maker, who is brilliantly played by Timothée Chalamet. It's a beautiful, all-singing, all-dancing spectacular, with all the characteristic charm of Paul's work, and wit…
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We can't quite believe I'm saying this, but our latest guests on this bonus episode of Soundtracking are Sam Esmail and ... Julia Roberts! We had a lovely wee chat about the music in their new movie, Leave The World Behind, which you can watch right now on Netflix. A deeply unsettling psychological thriller, it tells the story of a family whose hol…
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Last week we had Mark Ronson, and this week it's the turn of another great producer, musician, and crate digger to join Edith on Soundtracking. David Holmes is back with new music in the shape of his album that sees him collaborate with Raven Violet. As as well as talking about that, we discuss his score and music supervision work for film and TV f…
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We're bringing you another of our Soundtracking Everyman Film Clubs today, recorded live following a screening of American Symphony in London. Edith was joined by married couple Jon Batiste and Suleika Jaouad and documentary maker Matthew Heineman to discuss their film, which chronicles a year in Jon and Suleika's life as he goes about creating the…
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400! 400! We have reached 400 episodes. Holy cow. How did we do that? And what better way to celebrate it than with Mark Ronson - one of the greatest music producers in the world and now a composer of score. Mark joined me after I messaged him out of the blue to discuss his music for Barbie. What a legend. With no compulsion from a PR company, Mark…
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It's another bonus episode of Soundtracking during this particularly busy time, as Todd Haynes returns to the podcast for a fourth time to discuss his film, May December. A deliciously dark and unsettling drama, with lashings of beautifully observed comedy, May December tells the story of an actress who travels to meet and study the life of the con…
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We are very excited to be bringing you the first of a series which we hope will be a long-running addition to the podcast - namely the Soundtracking Everyman Film Club. This new project will see Edith get together with people who bring you a film ... their film ... and have a wee natter about it before or after a screening, and then share conversat…
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We recently had Charlotte Regan on the podcast to discuss her brilliant debut feature, Scrapper, and we're following up on that episode with her composer Patrick Jonsson. Scrapper tells the story of 12-year-old Georgie and her estranged father Jason, who comes into her life for the first time after her mother dies. Told very much from Georgie's per…
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We have a double-header on our latest episode of Soundtracking - so busy are we at the moment. First up are writer/director Molly Manning Walker and songwriter, producer, DJ and composer James Jacob - who goes by the professional soubriquet of Jakwob. They join Edith to discuss Molly's powerful and important debut feature, How To Have Sex, which ha…
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We are taking a deep dive into the music of Top Gun: Maverick in this bonus episode of Soundtracking, as editor Eddie Hamilton and music editor Cecile Tournesac join Edith to discuss their work on the film. Needless to say, this conversation features plenty of spoilers, but it's not one you'll want to listen to unless you've seen the film, so wonde…
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We can't quite believe our luck to have David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads to discuss the remastered re-release of their seminal concert film, Stop Making Sense. These guys are so lovely and humble and, of course, groundbreaking and brilliant, it really is a pleasure to bring you the interview - with a lit…
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Garth Davis, who makes a welcome return to discuss his psychological sci-fi thriller, Foe. Based on the book by Iain Reid, it stars Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal as a couple whose life is turned upside down when a stranger arrives at their farm to tell them one of them will be sent to a space station, while the …
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It's three for the price of one this week, as Edith is joined by writer / director Philip Barantini and composers Aaron May & David Ridley to discuss their collaboration of Phil's BBC television spinoff of his film, Boiling Point. Featuring many of the original cast, the episodic format allows Philip and his co-writers to flesh out the characters, …
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking has scored one of films that has most profoundly affected Edith in recent years, such is the gravity of the subject matter. 20 Days in Mariupol is genuinely harrowing, but also genuinely necessary and important documentary, charting in quite heart-wronching fashion the besieging of the Ukrainian city during the Rus…
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As Edith has noted before, our latest guest on Soundtracking has effectively created his own genre of naturalistic musical cinema, in which the songs featured feel organically rooted in the landscape of the narrative. John Carney is the man who brought us Once and Sing Street - and now blesses us with Flora And Son, which you can watch on Apple TV …
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Our latest guest on Soundtracking was also one of our very earliest, when he joined me to discuss his brilliant contribution to the Star Wars franchise, Rogue One. And Gareth is back with The Creator - which he wrote and directed, and is a quite simply extraordinary addition to the sci-fci canon. It's hard to tell you too much about it, aside from …
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We continue to celebrate independent film on Soundtracking this week in the company of Prasanna Puwanarajah and Niall Lawlor - respectively director and composer of Ballywalter, a bittersweet comedy set in the Northern Irish village, which counts among its stars Seána Kerslake and Patrick Kieltyبقلم Edith Bowman
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She's back, with that infectious laugh of hers, and we couldn't be more delighted. Hildur Guðnadóttir is one of my very favourite composers of film music, and she joins me to discuss Kenneth Branagh's latest take on Agatha Christie, A Haunting In Venice. Darker and more claustrophobic than the previous two Poirot mysteries he directed and starred i…
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Continuing our recent theme of featuring low-budget British films on Soundtracking, our latest guest is Charlotte Regan, writer and director of the superb Scrapper. Featuring a remarkable central performance by 11-year-old Lola Campbell, Scrapper tells the story of Georgia, who is forced to confront a new domestic reality when, among other things, …
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For the second week running, we're celebrating a low budget British film. Last week, writer/director Neil Maskell and composer Andy Pettitt joined me to discuss Neil's Klokkenluider, while this week Ryan Hendrick is here to discuss his horror thriller, Mercy Falls. Set in the Scottish Highlands, it sees a group of friends head off in search of a lo…
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