This episode takes the form of a trip around all the corners of London (besides the West), revisiting the highlights of 2022’s calendar of rep screenings, film clubs, retrospectives, festivals and rescorings in an attempt to prove we haven’t not been participating in film culture while the podcast feed’s been a little quiet. Inside are looks at a bunch of old favourites, new discoveries and some wild programming.

Featuring a cover of 'Big Railroad Blues’ by Cannon’s Jug Stompers (arr. The Grateful Dead)

Institutions visited:

The BFI Southbank

The Garden Cinema

Sands Films

Kennington Bioscope

The 5 to 9 Film Club

The Barbican

The Goethe Institute


The Prince Charles Cinema

Picturehouse Cinemas

Screenings Discussed:

Shoot the Piano Player

The Last Metro

Jules et Jim

Wings of Desire

Alice in the Cities


The Baby of Macon

The Draughtsmans Contract


Werckmeister Harmonies

A Brighter Summer Day

La Regle Du Jeu

All That Jazz

Les Vacances de m Hulot

The Scarlet Empress

Make Way For Tomorrow

Every Revolution is a Roll Of The Dice


Six Bagatelles

The Death of Empendocles


Les Carabiniers

Something Different



Street Scene

Ball of Fire

Les Affaires Publiques

Foolish Wives

The Wedding March

Dragnet Girl

The Gold Diggers



Casque D’Or

The Mother and the Whore

The Grateful Dead: Tivolis Koncertsal 04/17/72

Episode Art by Sam

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Produced by Emmett Cruddas

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