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Soundtracking with Edith Bowman
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 588 ratings
Best podcast for cinephiles
Films are made by their music and nobody mention it enough! This is a phenomenal podcast for any cinephile
Ally McLaren via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/16/19
Really entertaining podcast that has now made me much more aware of the important part that music plays in each scene that it appears. Edith Bowman has a relaxed and warn way of chatting with the guests that it seems more like a chat than an interview
A Clansman via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/13/19
A new favourite!
Super late to the party but only just found this podcast and am now delving back into the previous episodes and loving it. Engaging, interesting and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you Edith & guests.
heyjudeward via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/27/19
Recent Episodes
We're bringing you another Soundtracking Live this week, recorded at London's BFI shortly before Christmas with the one and only Tim Burton.  We had an absolutely cracking night in front of a full house, chatting about his longtime partnership with Danny Elfman and playing clips from Beetlejuice,...
Published 02/07/20
Edith's guest on this week's Soundtracking is a writer, actor and director behind a trio of films we hugely admire. Marielle Heller first came to our attention with her razopr-sharp comedy-drama, Diary Of A Teenage Girl. She followed that up with Can You Ever Forgive Me?, which won a slew of...
Published 02/01/20
Our latest guest on Soundtracking could not be more suited to a podcast about film music, what with him being so knowledgable and passionate about both artistic forms. Kevin Smith burst onto the indie scene with his 1994 lo-fi slacker classic Clerks, which he shot for around $28,000 only to see...
Published 01/24/20
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