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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sarah Gavron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sarah Gavron, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sarah Gavron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sarah Gavron, often where they are interviewed.

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Show Me Love with Sarah Gavron

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Sam Clements is curating a fictional film festival. He'll accept almost anything, but the movie must not be longer than 90 minutes. This is the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest podcast.

In episode 47 Sam is joined by filmmaker Sarah Gavron, director of Brick Lane, Suffragette and the recently released Rocks

Sarah has chosen Show Me Love (aka Fucking Åmål), Lukas Moodysson's 89 minute long directorial debut from 1998. The Swedish romantic comedy-drama stars Rebecka Liljeberg and Alexandra Dahlström. 

Sam and Sarah discuss the making of Rocks, the incredible teen performances in Show Me Love and Sarah's ideal screening of the film.

Rocks is in cinemas from 18 September. 

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Hosted and produced by @sam_clements. Edited and produced by Louise Owen. Guest star @SarahGavron. Additional editing and sound mixing by @lukemakestweets. Music by @martinaustwick. Artwork by @samgilbey.

If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. We're an independent podcast and every recommendation helps - thank you!

Bonus Link: Robyn's Show Me Love, as used at the end of the film

Sep 18 2020 · 32mins
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#432 -- Sarah Gavron & Bukky Bakray

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The first thing you should know about this week's episode of the Empire Podcast is that we talk about Rocks on it. And Rocks rocks. The second thing you should know is that Chris Hewitt talks to Sarah Gavron and Bukky Bakray, the director and star of that movie, which is one of the best British films in yonks. And the third thing you should know is that that interview is a lot of fun.

The fourth thing you should know is that this week Chris is not just joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer, as per usual, but a brand-new occupant of the ever-rotating fourth chair: Edith Bowman! Yes, the creator and host of Soundtracking, one of our favourite film pods, drops by and joins the team for this episode, and along the way they discuss the best movie cameos by musicians, discuss the week's movie news, including the Madonna biopic, the potential arrival of Kang The Conqueror in the MCU, and review Rocks (told you!), Bill & Ted Face The Music, and The Devil All The Time.

Sep 17 2020 · 1hr 57mins
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Sarah Gavron, Claire Wilson, Theresa Ikoko and Rubika Shah

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The creators of instant London classic Rocks talk about how they collaborated on and workshopped the movie and its music - and what inspired it: director Sarah Gavron and writers Claire Wilson and Theresa Ikoko join me. Plus, as award winning documentary White Riot roars into cinemas, I discuss racism, punk and culture clash in 70s Britain with its director Rubika Shah. 

Sarah Gavron:

Johnny English (15.24)

Claire Wilson:

Baby Teeth (15.35)

Theresa Ikoko:

Atlantics (16.36)

Rubika Shah:

The Orphanage (28.08)

Music by Lee Rosevere

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Sep 17 2020 · 35mins
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Film-maker Sarah Gavron on how she directed her feature films Suffragette, Brick Lane and Rocks

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This weeks episode is with celebrated director Sarah Gavron who not only won a BAFTA for her first feature but worked with some acting greats including Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan on Suffragette but with first timers on her latest feature Rocks.

Learn how Sarah cast, collaborated and directed the amazing kids in Rocks, how she worked with Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan and how she preps before a shoot and how she made her first feature This Little Life. She also gives advice to her younger self and some incredible and honest thoughts on how to make feature films.

We dive into Sarah’s career from her start making documentaries before going to the National film school to inspiring female filmmakers and leading the charge for women just like in her film Suffragette. We also talk about her films This Little Life, Brick Lane, Village at the end of the World, Suffragette and of course Rocks which is released in the UK on 18th September

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Rocks in cinemas Friday 18th September – Go Support this ace Indie Film

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Sep 15 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Ep 26: Live from IFFR: Bombshell, Parasite, Oscars 2020 + Rocks director Sarah Gavron and guests

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Ep 26: Live from International Film Festival Rotterdam: Bombshell, Parasite, Oscars 2020 + Rocks director Sarah Gavron and guests

Director Sarah Gavron (Suffragette) joins Anna Smith on stage in Rotterdam for an inspiring conversation about female film collaborations and her gritty new teen movie, Rocks. Her associate director, Anu Henriques, reveals a new initiative supporting industry newcomers, and top Dutch film critics Dana Linssen and Lauren Murphy review three new releases with Anna.

First up is Bombshell, starring Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman. How does it represent the Time's Up cause, and would it have been different directed by a woman?

Next up is The Long Walk, an atmospheric genre film from Mattie Do, the first female filmmaker to come from Laos. Finally, the critics dodge spoilers while dissecting the cult hit Parasite from director Bong Joon Ho.

All this plus a stimulating discussion about the lack of female directors in contention at Oscars 2020... No wonder the audience had plenty of questions and comments: add yours via

Thanks to our wonderful hosts IFFR, to our house band, MX Tyrants, and to our intern, Heather Dempsey. Girls On Film is an HLA production, Exec produced by Hedda Archbold and audio produced by Jane Long.
Jan 28 2020 · 1hr
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Cynthia Erivo, Sarah Gavron and Wash Westmoreland

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Jason Solomons speaks to the star of Harriet, Cynthia Erivo, Rocks director Sarah Gavron and President of the London Film Festival jury, Wash Westmoreland
Oct 11 2019 · 1hr 22mins
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#182: Abi Morgan, Sarah Gavron And Robert Zemeckis - 9 October

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On the Empire Podcast this week we welcome Abi Morgan and Sarah Gavron, the writer/director pairing behind Suffragette. Meanwhile, the inestimable Robert Zemeckis also came by to talk about his latest blend of polished storytelling and technical virtuosity, The Walk.
Oct 09 2015 · 1hr 20mins