Unscripted - The Film Show Podcast Episode 31

This week the team review a range of diverse films starting of with biopic Colette; based on the life of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, author of the successful Claudine book series. Keeping in line with biopics the team discuss Can You Ever Forgive Me; the incredible try story of author Lee Israel, who turns her art form into deception. Lewis reviews what might be best Transformers movie to date: Bumblebee and last but not least shares his thoughts on animated superhero film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Unscripted - The Film Show Episode 30

With so much happening in the world of cinema, the team waste no time in messing around and jump straight in with a discussion on the latest trailer for Captain Marvel. This week we review the visually spectacular sci-fi Mortal Engines, Jennifer Lopez’s new comedy Second Act and Can You Ever Forgive Me; featuring a career-defining performance from Melissa McCarthy. We also discuss Alfonso Cuarón’s latest and most personal project to date: Roma, which forms part of this year's Cine Latino Film Festival line up.

Unscripted- The Film Show Podcast Episode 15


On this weeks show, Cecilia reviews: Book Club, a comedy starring Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda; Melissa McCarthy’s new film The Happytime Murders; and last but not least the new critically acclaimed Australian film West of Sunshine. Cecilia also discusses the new Halloween film, Hereditary, James Bond, and Searching; a new thriller shot from the point-of-view of smartphones and computer screens. 


Unscripted - The Film Show Podcast Episode 14

In this very special episode, Rachele, Lewis and Cecilia discuss upcoming films. On the cards is the next film in the Wizarding World franchise; Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Also out soon is the the aptly titled film First Man; a Neil armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling. The team chat about upcoming horror, Slenderman, and to top things off share their thoughts on DC films Shazam! and Aquaman.

Unscripted - The Film Show Podcast Episode 13

Rachele and Cecilia discuss all the latest cinema offerings, including, Jason Statham's mission to rid the ocean of a 75- foot shark in The Meg, as well as Spike Lee's latest, BlacKkKlansman; the incredible true story about an African-American detective who sets out to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. Cecilia discusses Paris, Texas director Wim Winders' new film, Submergence; based on the novel of the dame name and starring James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander, while,  Rachele gives us the run down on Living Universe, a documentary exploring the question: are we alone in the universe?

Unscripted - The Film Show Podcast Episode 12

With Lewis away in Disney Land, Cecilia and Rachele pack their bags to take a trip of their own... to Tangent City but don't worry they talk all things film and TV-related including, a move to add a "Best Popular Film Category" to the Oscars. Rachele congratulates Luna Leederville on having won the Australian International Movie Convention's Best Metro Independent Cinema Award and gives us a rundown on all the special events being hosted at Luna. The team also talk Living Universe, a Netflix film called Calibre, Orange is the New Black, On Chesil Beach, and The Girl in the Spiders Web.