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Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast - a deviant view of cinema



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Electric Sheep Magazine version 4.0AlexBloody Ballet montage by Julia ScheeleExcerpt from Asian Horror DVD collection review by Dan Lester

Thu, 11 Feb 2010 12:29:46 +0000

Electric Sheep Magazine is dead… Long live Electric Sheep online! Bloody Ballet montage by Julia Scheele Available online now is the fourth incarnation of Electric Sheep Magazine. ESM started out as an online magazine, metamorphosed into an A5 print magazine available in selected Art House Cinemas, regenerated into a full sized magazine with a spine […](image)


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Today’s screening: Kiss Me Deadly (1955)AlexTake the money, do not open the box! - a still from Kiss Me Deadly by Robert AldrichElectric Sheep logo

Wed, 10 Feb 2010 11:40:52 +0000

Electric Sheep Film Club: Kiss Me Deadly (1955) For the ninth meeting of the Electric Sheep Film Club at the Prince Charles Cinema off Leicester Square, here’s your antidote to forthcoming Valentine soppiness: promising ‘red-blood kisses’ and ‘white-hot thrills’, Kiss Me Deadly is a noir classic that has lost none of its power to shock […](image)


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Saturday Screening: The Phantom of the Opera (1925) + live DJ scoreAlexElectric Sheep Subterranea logoPhantom of the Opera posterElectric Sheep logo

Fri, 05 Feb 2010 16:03:39 +0000

Electric Sheep Subterranea – The Phantom of the Opera (1925) Electric Sheep presents subterranean screenings of minor masterpieces, oddball B-movies and genre classics in our new venue Notting Hill Arts Club. Join us every second Saturday of the month for a feature film and a chat, preceded by short films, music and other attractions. Electric […](image)


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Electric Sheep Podcast: Susannah York and War on screenAlexElectric Sheep podcast logoSusannah York on the set of The Battle of Britain in 1969The Stroke Association logo

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 23:11:46 +0000

Electric Sheep podcast: Susannah York and War on screen Partially broadcast 13/01/10 as part of a ‘Clear Spot’ on Resonance 104.4 FM Alex Fitch interviews Oscar nominated actress Susannah York about her career, focusing on her performances in war related productions and her interest in peace activism. Alex and Susannah talk about the latter’s narration […](image)


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Today’s show: The Struggles for PolandAlexRussian propaganda poster regarding Polish prosperity in the 1950s

Wed, 13 Jan 2010 12:19:20 +0000

Clear Spot – The Struggles for Poland To coincide with a series of screenings at the Imperial War Museum, London, Alex Fitch talks to the creators of the Channel Four TV series ‘The Struggles for Poland’, originally broadcast on Channel Four in 1988. The series comprises 9 hour long episodes, each roughly covering a two […](image)


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Electric Sheep podcast: Living in Harmony with Ian RakoffAlexElectric Sheep podcast logoPatrick McGoohan filming Living in Harmony / Ian Rakoff at Comica 2003Electric Sheep logo

Wed, 30 Dec 2009 15:29:16 +0000

Electric Sheep podcast: Living in Harmony with Ian Rakoff To coincide with the 42nd anniversary of the broadcast of the episode he wrote the original script for, Alex Fitch talks to writer, editor and raconteur Ian Rakoff about his experiences working on The Prisoner and being an observer of British Film culture in the 1970s […](image)


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Sunday screening: Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) + The Phantom Empire: The Lighting Chamber (1935)AlexElectric Sheep Subterranea logoTeaser poster for El laberinto del fauno by Mike MignolaThe Phantom Empire PosterElectric Sheep logo

Sun, 13 Dec 2009 14:10:23 +0000

Electric Sheep Subterranea – Pan’s Labyrinth (El laberinto del fauno) / The Phantom Empire: The Lighting Chamber Electric Sheep presents subterranean screenings of minor masterpieces, oddball B-movies and genre classics in the convivial surroundings of Cinéphilia West. Join us every second Sunday of the month for a feature film and a chat, preceded by an […](image)


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Electric Sheep Magazine Winter 2009AlexCover of Electric Sheep Magazine Winter 2009 featuring Yang Ik-Joon in BreathlessExcerpt from Where the sidewalk ends review by Hannah BerryExcerpt from Whirlpool review by Mark StaffordIllustration by Daniel Locke for an article on German Edgar Wallace adaptationsIllustration of Day Night Day Night by Juila ScheeleIllustration by James Stringer for an article about Biker moviesElectric Sheep logoThe Stroke Association logo

Tue, 08 Dec 2009 16:27:32 +0000

The latest and possibly final edition of Electric Sheep magazine has just been released and is available from various stockists… Electric Sheep is edited by Virginie Sélavy with assistance by Alex Fitch, Sarah Cronin and Toby Weidmann. It’s a measly £3.75 in shops / £14 for 4 issues on subscription; ESM is in good bookshops […](image)


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Electric Sheep Film Club: The Lodger – a story of the London fogAlex15 frames from the opening of The Lodger by Alfred HitchcockElectric Sheep logo

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 11:33:17 +0000

Electric Sheep Film Club: The Lodger – a story of the London fog (1927) For the eighth meeting of the Electric Sheep Film Club at the Prince Charles Cinema off Leicester Square, we’re showing the classic London-set thriller about paranoia in the days of Jack the Ripper: The Lodger – a story of the London […](image)


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I’m ready for my close-up: The films of Joseph StrickAlexRip Torn, Joseph Strick and Henry Miller on the set of Tropic of Cancer (1969), photograph by Carlo Bavagnoli, (c) Life MagazineElectric Sheep logo

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 08:59:14 +0000

Today on Resonance FM: I’m ready for my close-up – The films of Joseph Strick To coincide with the ‘Directorspective’ of the work of Joseph Strick, currently at The Barbican centre in London, Alex Fitch talks to the Oscar winning director about his career from working as a U.S. Air Force photographer during the Second […](image)


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