In this week’s episode we speak to Chapter Arts Centre’s Cinema Programme Manager Claire Vaughan about women in the film industry, gender and genre, and viewing practices over the pandemic and beyond.
In the second segment we discuss two horror-inspired articles: Rosie Couch’s ‘Saint Maude | A Star Return from Morfydd Clark’ and Gareth Kent’s review of Nuclear, a new Welsh horror from director Catherine Linstrum.
Finally, we’ll be letting you know about events across Wales that you’ll definitely want to check out our What’s on, Wales? Segment.
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Claire Vaughan on Women in Film and Genre | Links to Articles Discussed:
Rosie Couch: ‘Saint Maude | A Star Return from Morfydd Clark’
Rosie Couch reviews Saint Maud, a psychological horror starring Morfydd Clark as a private nurse whose growing obsession to save the soul of her terminally ill patient spirals out of control.
Gareth Kent: ‘Nuclear: A New Welsh Horror from Catherine Linstrum’
Gareth Kent reviews Nuclear, a psychological thriller from Catherine Linstrum about familial trauma with cryptic undercurrents.
What’s On, Wales?
Audio Descriptions of 12 Lockdown Pictures, Carl Chapple
Amber and Me, Chapter Arts
For more information, to watch the trailer and to book, please visit: www.chapter.org/whats-on
Dunkie, ‘The Vanishing and Other Stories’
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