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Seventh Row
Seventh Row podcast
A weekly podcast in which we compare and contrast films to discover new insights and context for (mostly foreign and independent) films both new and old. Our panel always features at least 50% women, and is a combination of critics, film lovers, and academics. Soon, all episodes more than six months old will be only available to our members. As a member, you’ll receive a personalized premium feed of all of our episodes, and you can still listen to it from your favourite podcatcher. To become a member, visit http://seventh-row.com/join
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 26 ratings
Episode on Kawase
Naomi Kawase’s has been my first episode. A truly formidable podcast and a compelling vindication of a very maligned and underappreciated filmmaker.
ugoromero via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 04/08/21
Wholesome content
Really liked the Naomi Kawase episode and found your guest Milly really engaging to listen to.
jmattingey via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/03/21
A must-listen podcast for independant cinema fans. The discussion are always so clever and offer a deep analysis of small gem films. On the top of that, the hosts seem very sympathic and are pleasing to listen to!
ssinghi_oi via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/23/21
Recent Episodes
We discuss the two features of Swedish filmmaker Magnus von Horn: his latest, Sweat, and his first feature from 2015, The Here After, with particular focus on how empathy is so crucial to his work. The episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney, Executive Editor Orla Smith, Associate Editor...
Published 07/21/21
To celebrate our 100th episode, Executive Editor Orla Smith hosts nine regular contributors (Emily Garside, Alex Heeney, Andrew Kendall, Caitlin Merriman, Brett Pardy, Lindsay Pugh, Fiona Underhill, Lena Wilson, and Debbie Zhou) sharing their picks for a film which can be constructive for the...
Published 07/14/21
This episode highlights a session from last summer's Lockdown Film School with Penny Lane and Carol Nguyen. Lane and Nguyen discuss their approaches to creative nonfiction. It was recorded as a conversation between Lane, Nguyen, Editor-In-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith in May...
Published 07/07/21
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