The HOME Film Podcast: May 2020

May 14, 2020, 01:37 PM

After a short break while we all reconfigure ourselves to lockdown, the HOME film podcast is BACK to guide you through your at-home viewing while our doors are closed. Find out what Jason Wood, Rachel Hayward and Andy Willis think  about the temporary closure of cinemas due to coronavirus, why Jason thinks the release of "Trolls: World Tour" is a seminal moment for the industry and why the lockdown has provided film fans with opportunities as well as challenges. The films discussed this month is Calm With Horses which opened before lockdown but had its run curtailed and is now available to watch at home, the South African film Moffy, which has both shocking moments and incredible performances, and Women Make Film, Mark Cousins' epic 14-hour roadtrip through overlooked women filmmakers, which Rachel says "encourages us to feel delight that we have this opportunity to discover these films."

After a short break while we all reconfigure ourselves to lockdown, the HOME film podcast is BACK to guide you through your at-home viewing while our doors are closed.

Find out what Jason Wood, Rachel Hayward and Andy Willis think  about the temporary closure of cinemas due to coronavirus, why Jason thinks the release of "Trolls: World Tour" is a seminal moment for the industry and why the lockdown has provided film fans with opportunities as well as challenges.

The films discussed this month is Calm With Horses which opened before lockdown but had its run curtailed and is now available to watch at home, the South African film Moffy, which has both shocking moments and incredible performances, and Women Make Film, Mark Cousins' epic 14-hour roadtrip through overlooked women filmmakers, which Rachel says "encourages us to feel delight that we have this opportunity to discover these films."