While cinemas are closed, the team discuss films available to view at home on streaming services or via online home rental.
This week we return to documentaries, following our Melbourne Documentary Film Festival special last month, and our true crime doco spotlight back in May. Music documentaries are the specific focus with Paul, Sally and Flick reviewing:
AUTOLUMINESCENT: ROWLAND S. HOWARD (Lynn-Maree Milburn, Richard Lowenstein, 2011)
BLANK CITY (Céline Danhier, 2012)
RYUICHI SAKMOTO: CODA (Stephen Nomura Schible, 2017)
- AutoluminescentRowland S. Howard
- Death Valley '69Sonic Youth
About this program
Primal Screen is a show about movies, from the ones on the big screen to the ones you stream. A mix of new release and retrospective film reviews and interviews with film practitioners. Presented by film critics Paul Anthony Nelson, Sally Christie and Flick Ford. With occasional guests Cerise Howard, Emma Westwood and Stuey Richards.
Panel Operator: Karl Chapman
The podcast intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras.